Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League


By Mike Stackhouse

Better record on the road (18-3) than at home (16-4-1), but that’s nitpicking.

2-FLIN FLON BOMBERS (27-10-2-2)
Vulnerable on the road, but near unbeatable at home (16-1-2-2).

3-ESTEVAN BRUINS (26-13-0-1)
Second most penalized team in the league with the 7th ranked PK unit.

4-HUMBOLDT BRONCOS (23-16-0-1)
A combined 2-and-8 against the three teams ranked higher than them.

5-NIPAWIN HAWKS (23-12-2-1)
A better overall record than the Broncos, but Humboldt has won 3 of 4 against the Hawks.

6-MELFORT MUSTANGS (17-17-2-4)
Gunville, Zary, and Boutin all over a point per game since December 1st.

7-WEYBURN RED WINGS (18-20-1-4)    Up 2
This is where we see a clear divide amongst the upper and lower echelon teams.  Wings have struggled, but still jump a couple of spots.

8-KINDERSLEY KLIPPERS (17-23-1-0)    Up 2
They did beat the Wings on the weekend, but Weyburn’s surprise win over Battlefords earlier in the weekend gives them the edge in placement.

9-YORKTON TERRIERS (18-20-3-0)    Down 2
Addition of Odgers may prove to be the biggest at the deadline, but so far not paying dividends.

10-NOTRE DAME HOUNDS (17-18-3-1)   Up 1
Just three wins in their last ten.

11-MELVILLE MILLIONAIRES (16-21-2-0)   Down 3
Outscored 13-1 in two losses last week.

12-LA RONGE ICE WOLVES (6-29-1-4)
Several deadline moves designed to put the building blocks in place for next season.


Rylee Zimmer, Flin Flon (14-10-13-23)

Coby Downs, Battlefords (13-5-15-20)

Greyson Reitmeier, Flin Flon (14-4-15-19)

Reed Gunville, Melfort (12-8-10-18)

Michael Grant, Nipawin (14-10-7-17)

Jason Lavallee, Flin Flon (12-7-10-17)

Keegan Milligan, Nipawin (14-5-12-17)

Josh Bly, Nipawin (14-4-13-17)

Joel Gryzbowski, Battlefords (4-1-0-1, 1.36, .943, 2SO)

Taryn Kotchorek, Battlefords (7-0, 1.54, .942, 1SO)

Declan Hobbs, Nipawin (3-2, 1.70, .924, 1SO)

Zac Robidoux, Flin Flon (7-1, 1.88, .938, 1SO)

Carter Phair, Weyburn (1-3, 1.94, .938)

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