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By Mike Stackhouse

1-FLIN FLON BOMBERS (30-10-2-3)
Bombers run their unbeaten streak to ten.

Coming off a loss to Nipawin, but still the league’s best team in the overall standings.

3-NIPAWIN HAWKS (28-12-2-1)
Closing the gap on the top two teams, the Hawks have won eight in a row.

4-ESTEVAN BRUINS (28-14-0-1)
They’ve split their last ten, but still in a very comfortable position.

5-HUMBOLDT BRONCOS (25-19-0-1)
What a first round series it would be to have the Broncos against the Hawks or Bombers.

6-MELFORT MUSTANGS (19-20-2-4)
Three losses in a row has stunted their charge in the second half.

7-KINDERSLEY KLIPPERS (21-23-1-0)   Up one
The Klippers were an easy pick to get hot in the second half with a favorable schedule.  They’ve won five in a row.

8-WEYBURN RED WINGS (20-21-1-4)   Down one
Having a difficult time shaking off the Terriers for second in the Viterra Division.

Not playing well, but within striking distance of getting into the top six overall.

10-NOTRE DAME HOUNDS (17-20-5-1)  Up one
Winless in six, but they did earn a single point in one of their games this week.

11-MELVILLE MILLIONAIRES (17-25-2-0)  Down one
They’ve lost four straight and would miss the playoffs if the postseason started today.

12-LA RONGE ICE WOLVES (6-34-1-4)
Winless in sixteen.


Greyson Reitmeier, Flin Flon (8-6-8-14)

Eric Bolden, Nipawin (10-9-4-13)

Chris Van Os Shaw, Humboldt (8-6-7-13)

Brandan Arnold, Nipawin (6-5-7-12)

Chaz Smedsrud, Notre Dame (7-7-5-12)

Jordan Ross, Yorkton (7-1-8-9)

Cody Hodgson, Kindersley (5-2-6-8)

Kristian Stead, Nipawin (5-0, 0.60, .981, 2SO)

Brenden Newton, Flin Flon (3-0, 1.00, .964, 1SO)

Carter Phair, Weyburn (2-2, 1.93, .943)

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