By Mike Stackhouse
1-HUMBOLDT BRONCOS (8-1-0-1) 1st last week
Fast with strengths top to bottom throughout the line-up. They’d be even better if not for the Schatz injury.
2-BATTLEFORDS NORTH STARS (8-3-0-0) 5th last week
Rookie goalie Gryzbowski is not only unbeatable in the win-loss column, but also near unbeatable to shooters.
3-WEYBURN RED WINGS (7-3-0-1) 6th last week
Winners of three straight games to take over first place in the Viterra Division.
4-FLIN FLON BOMBERS (6-2-1-1) 2nd last week
A bit of a stumble on the weekend as they failed to win, earning just one of a possible four points.
5-ESTEVAN BRUINS (6-2-0-1) 3rd last week
Solid balance and several new, offseason additions have panned out through the early going.
6-KINDERSLEY KLIPPERS (5-3-0-0) 8th last week
Toughest division in the league is the Finning, where all teams are on a combined streak of 14-0-0-and-2.
7-NOTRE DAME HOUNDS (5-4-0-1) 7th last week
The big guns have stepped up and the Hounds are keeping pace with the other red hot teams in their division.
8-NIPAWIN HAWKS (4-2-2-0) 4th last week
Hawks have won four straight, but have been idle, only playing eight total games.
9-MELVILLE MILLIONAIRES (4-6-1-0) 10th last week
Three of a possible four points against arch rival Yorkton over the weekend.
10-YORKTON TERRIERS (3-4-2-0) 9th last week
Much needed win on the back end of the home and home with Melville.
11-MELFORT MUSTANGS (3-7-0-1) 11th last week
Feeling the effects of paying the future considerations on the Melville deal from last year.
12-LA RONGE ICE WOLVES (1-11-0-0) 12th last week
Scoring less than two goals a game and giving up, approximately, five is not a good blend.
Chris Van Os Shaw, Humboldt (5-6-4-10)
Trevor Posch, Humboldt (5-4-5-9)
Matt McNeil, Estevan (5-4-4-8)
Regan Seiferling, Yorkton (5-3-5-8)
Jake Gerbner, Nipawin (4-2-4-6)
Brayden Camrud, Humboldt (5-0-8-8)
Kristian Stead, Nipawin (3-1, 1.50, .955, 1SO)
Garrett Mason, Humboldt (3-0-0-1, 1.71, .935)
Zac Robidoux, Flin Flon (2-0-0-1, 1.30, .961, 1SO)