By Mike Stackhouse
1-BATTLEFORDS NORTH STARS 12-1-1 (1)
Defending champs finally lost in regulation.
2-WEYBURN RED WINGS 12-4-2 (3)
The top teams all suffered hiccups this past week, but the Wings won two of three.
3-ESTEVAN BRUINS 12-5-1 (6)
Back to winning hockey games and scoring goals in bunches.
4-NIPAWIN HAWKS 11-4-1-2 (2)
That southern swing through Notre Dame, Weyburn, Estevan can be killer and the Hawks dropped two in a row to end the week.
5-HUMBOLDT BRONCOS 11-6-1-1 (7)
They’ve reeled off three straight wins and have won seven of ten to stay in the hunt atop the Olympic Buildings Division.
6-MELFORT MUSTANGS 12-4-2-1 (4)
A split with Flin Flon and a .500 record in their last ten games.
7-NOTRE DAME HOUNDS 10-5-1-2 (5)
Losing Zawatsky to the WHL Blades is going to hurt the offense.
8-KINDERSLEY KLIPPERS 8-5-2-1 (8)
Finding ways to win despite -6 goal differential for a team three games over .500.
9-FLIN FLON BOMBERS 7-9-0-3 (9)
Signs of snapping out of it, but losers in eight of their last ten overall.
10-LA RONGE ICE WOLVES 4-12-0-1 (11)
Back to back victories over Yorkton should be a confidence booster.
11-MELVILLE MILLIONAIRES 5-12-0-2 (10)
They managed one win in two games over Weyburn and almost beat them a second time.
12-YORKTON TERRIERS 3-14-2 (12)
How the mighty have fallen. They’ve gotten progressively worse since their RBC Cup win of 2014.
Ben Hiltz, Weyburn (11-7-12-19)
Chaz Smedsrud, Notre Dame (10-9-8-17)
Chance Longjohn, Notre Dame (10-6-10-16)
Layne Young, Battlefords (8-6-9-15)
Logan Schatz, Humboldt (7-5-6-11)
MacGregor Sinclair, Battlefords (7-4-7-11)
Chantz Petruic, Yorkton (6-2-7-9)
Levi Kleiboer, Battlefords (7-2-8-10)
Declan Hobbs, Nipawin (5-1-0-1, 1.56, .940, 1SO)
Justen Close, Kindersley (2-1-0-1, 2.20, .939)
Jacob Standen, Notre Dame (4-2-0-1, 2.26, .929)