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By Mike Stackhouse

1-MELFORT MUSTANGS (23-8-2-0)  3rd last week
Another killer week from Ball and Albrecht hides the fact there is a ton of depth on this team and Parkinson continues to offer elite goaltending.

2-KINDERSLEY KLIPPERS (22-8-2-2)  2nd last week
They are starting to score more in addition to being stingy defensively.  Shorrock, Benson, and Bosch are all at a point per game this month and defenseman Kleiner has 4 goals in 7 games.

3-NIPAWIN HAWKS (24-9-1-1)  1st last week
Hobbs goes down, Pugliese steps in and the Hawks don’t miss a beat defensively.

4-BATTLEFORDS NORTH STARS (19-9-2-4) 5th last week
Winners of three straight and their rivalry with the Klippers figures to heat up in the second half as they battle for first place.

5-YORKTON TERRIERS (19-12-1-0)  7th last week
They’ve strung together some impressive wins, but they lack overall consistency as evidenced by the Melville loss on Saturday.

6-FLIN FLON BOMBERS (19-11-0-2) 6th last week
Long road trip to Kindersley doesn’t bring any points in the standings home for Christmas.

7-HUMBOLDT BRONCOS (21-13-2-1)  4th last week
They’ve taken a tumble with only two wins in their last ten overall.

8-NOTRE DAME HOUNDS (15-16-2-4)  9th last week
Unbeaten in three and the return of Conor MacLean has been a positive one with three goals in four games.

9-ESTEVAN BRUINS (16-18-2-0)  8th last week
Coming off a win against Weyburn, but was beaten earlier in the week by Melville as they continue to struggle to find traction.

10-MELVILLE MILLIONAIRES (11-19-2-2) 10th last week
They’ve split their last ten.  Entz looks like he’s found his form and the trio of Borynec, T.Shewchuk, and Spadafora has some chemistry.

11-LA RONGE ICE WOLVES (7-27-1-0)  11th last week
DiPaolo and Perreault have been a bright spot on defense with great offensive numbers in their last five.

12-WEYBURN RED WINGS (10-20-3-0)  12th last week
It’s been a real struggle going winless in five and giving up way too many goals in the process.
Justin Ball, Melfort (5-10-5-15)
Carson Albrecht, Melfort (5-4-8-12)
Chantz Petruic, Yorkton (6-4-6-10)
Colby Brandt, Yorkton (6-5-4-9)
Jared Legien, Yorkton (6-4-4-8)
Owen Guenter, Humboldt (7-2-6-8)
Michael Clarke, Humboldt (7-4-4-8)
Nate Hooper, Flin Flon (5-2-5-7)
Turner Ripplinger, Estevan (4-4-2-6)
Jordan Kazymyra, Weyburn (3-3-3-6)
Joel Grzybowski, Battlefords (2-0-1, 1.28, .957, 1SO)
Patrick Pugliese, Nipawin (3-0-1, 1.70, .941)
Justen Close, Kindersley (4-0-0-1, 1.77, .944)
Riley Kohonick, Notre Dame (2-1-1, 2.21, .933)

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