Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League


By Mike Stackhouse

A loss to Nipawin and some drama at the end of the game could create a rivalry for a future playoff series.

2-NIPAWIN HAWKS (38-14-2-1)
After trailing Flin Flon all season, they are now in the driver’s seat for first place in the division.

3-FLIN FLON BOMBERS (36-14-2-3)
They hold tiebreaker advantage on the Hawks.  Help is needed, but first place is still possible.

4-ESTEVAN BRUINS (34-17-2-1)
Playing some of their best hockey as of late with just two regulation losses in their last ten.

5-HUMBOLDT BRONCOS (29-24-1-1)
Unbeaten in three and they know they’ll have a playoff date against either Nipawin or Flin Flon in round one.

6-NOTRE DAME HOUNDS (24-22-6-2)
Maybe the team nobody wants to play right now.  Winless in two, but they appear to have resolved whatever it was that ailed them earlier in the year.

7-YORKTON TERRIERS (25-25-5-0)
Not out of the question that they’ll face natural rival Melville in the Wildcard Round of the playoffs.

8-WEYBURN RED WINGS (25-24-2-4)
Three games left, including one against the Hounds which could determine the coveted sixth spot.

They’ve been consistently inconsistent, which has to be maddening for Geoff Grimwood.

Two weeks ago, the season looked lost.  Now, they’ve got momentum and it wouldn’t be a surprise if they squeaked into the playoffs.

11-MELFORT MUSTANGS (20-28-2-4)
Two time defending champs have fallen and are unable to get up.

12-LA RONGE ICE WOLVES (6-44-1-4)
Winless in 26 with three to go.


Jacob Wozney, Weyburn (6-6-5-11)

Carson Rose, Weyburn (6-4-6-10)

Jared Legien, Yorkton (5-5-4-9)

Jason Lavallee, Flin Flon (5-3-5-8)

Josh Bly, Nipawin (11-8-10-18)

Jason Miller, Estevan (10-6-11-17)

Eric Sinclair, Flin Flon (8-4-7-11)

Taryn Kotchorek, Battlefords (4-0, 0.75, .969, 1SO)

Joel Gryzbowski, Battlefords (2-1, 1.67, .935, 1SO)

Kristian Stead, Nipawin (7-2, 2.12, .937, 1SO)

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