By Mike Stackhouse
1-NIPAWIN HAWKS 38-7-2-4 (1)
They finally lost.
2-MELFORT MUSTANGS 35-12-4-1 (3)
Tyler Heidt is back from a season long shoulder injury to bolster the defense down the stretch.
3-BATTLEFORDS NORTH STARS 39-11-2-0 (2)
A solid road game in Weyburn on Monday.
4-HUMBOLDT BRONCOS 31-17-3-2 (4)
Broncos just keep getting better and are in the class of the top three.
5-ESTEVAN BRUINS 29-17-3-2 (5)
Not quite as good as the four teams ahead of them, but a significant separation between them and everyone else.
6-NOTRE DAME HOUNDS 27-20-1-4 (6)
A rocky second half, but three of a possible four points were achieved over the weekend.
7-FLIN FLON BOMBERS 20-23-4-3 (9)
They are, consistently, over .500 aside from Brenden Newton’s injury stretch earlier in the year.
8-KINDERSLEY KLIPPERS 23-20-4-3 (8)
They have got Weyburn in their sights to move into 7th overall and by the looks of the schedule, you have to like their chances to overtake them.
9-WEYBURN RED WINGS 26-22-4-0 (7)
Wings have really stumbled and now have a brutal schedule to finish up.
10-MELVILLE MILLIONAIRES 19-29-1-2 (10)
Both goaltenders are excelling at the right time, which doesn’t bode well for whoever they face in the playoffs.
11-LA RONGE ICE WOLVES 10-39-0-3 (12)
They go into Yorkton and win two in a row.
12-YORKTON TERRIERS 12-35-3-2 (11)
Unbeaten in four and then lose twice, at home, to the Ice Wolves.
Layne Young, Battlefords 9-9-9-18
Logan Schatz, Humboldt 7-5-8-13
Keillan Olson, Kindersley 8-5-7-12
Cole Johnson, Battlefords 9-2-10-12
Chrystopher Collin, Flin Flon 7-3-8-11
Cody Bruchkowski, Yorkton 10-0-11-11
Mitch Zambon, La Ronge 9-2-8-10
Ben Allen, Melfort 6-4-5-9
Parker Tobin, Humboldt 6-1, 1.43, .950, 2SO
Taryn Kotchorek, Battlefords 4-2, 1.51, .942, 3SO
Hunter Arps, Melfort 3-0, 1.97, .927