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Win streak is up to twelve and it’s a mystery as to where they may have a weak spot.  They score lots, give up very few.

2-MELFORT MUSTANGS (3) 13-4-2-1
Two wins over Flin Flon on the weekend in a home and home set gives them the edge as the league’s second best team, for now.

3-FLIN FLON BOMBERS (2) 12-4-3
They showed good fight rallying from a three goal first period deficit to eke out a single point on Saturday against the Mustangs.

4-HUMBOLDT BRONCOS (5) 11-7-1-1
Broncos split four games this past week but a win over Nipawin moves them up a spot.

Terriers are 9-3-and-1 in their last thirteen and will spend the next three weeks on the road in what will be a big test.

6-NIPAWIN HAWKS (4) 12-8
A great start has camouflaged their 6-and-7 record since October 1st.

7-LA RONGE ICE WOLVES (9) 9-11-2
Back to back wins on the weekend has them in a playoff position and the blockbuster trade with Melville seems to have kickstarted the rest of the lineup.

8-NOTRE DAME HOUNDS (10) 8-9-2
Hounds have reeled off three straight wins with Hamm, Penner, Takai picking up the offense and new goalie addition Dyck providing excellent depth with Kohonick.

Winless in four but have managed to pick up a couple of standings points to stay within quick striking distance of a playoff spot.

10-ESTEVAN BRUINS (11) 5-9-2-1
Bruins erupted for five goals in a win over Humboldt, but 15 of their 46 goals this season have come in two games, which translates to barely 2 goals a game otherwise.

11-WEYBURN RED WINGS (7) 7-11-0-1
Wings have dropped three straight and also only scored three goals over that span.

Reeling and the blockbuster trade bit them when Chacalias scored a hat trick on Friday.  Winless in seven, maybe the impending return of Berkeliev will give them a needed boost.


Chantz Petruic, Yorkton (8-5-14-19)
Easton Haygarth, Flin Flon (7-3-9-12)
Cole Rafuse, Flin Flon (7-7-3-10)
Matthew Fletcher, Battlefords (7-2-9-11)
Chase Haygarth, Flin Flon (7-2-9-11)
Rylan Nivon, Battlefords (7-4-6-10)
Quintin Loon-Stewardson, Battlefords (6-4-5-9)
Caden Benson, Kindersley (7-5-3-8)
Daylon Mannon, La Ronge (5-2-5-7)
Jared Hamm, Notre Dame (5-4-2-6)
Ryan Ouellette, Yorkton (3-0-1, 1SO, 1.50, .961)
Parker Rey, Battlefords (3-0, 1SO, 1.40, .948)
Noah Decottignies, Weyburn (2-2-0-1, 1.96, .937)
Brendan Forman, Humboldt (4-2, 1SO, 2.28, .925)
Riley Kohonick, Notre Dame (2-1-1, 1SO, 2.45, .929)