By Mike Stackhouse
1-KINDERSLEY KLIPPERS (10-3-1)
Close GAA under 2 per game and offense takes advantage of their opportunities.
2-BATTLEFORDS NORTH STARS (8-4-0-1
Stars have won eight of eleven, led by the stingy netminding of Grzybowski.
3-FLIN FLON BOMBERS (9-5-0-2)
Split an offense shootout with Yorkton but missing starting goalie Diamond may have been a factor.
4-HUMBOLDT BRONCOS (10-5-1)
Two wins over Melville on the weekend has the Broncos in a dogfight for first in the league’s toughest division.
5-MELFORT MUSTANGS (8-4-1)
One of the least penalized teams in the league and unbeaten at home so far (4-0).
6-YORKTON TERRIERS (8-5-1)
You have to think if they could keep the goals against to even 3.5 or so per game, they’d be elite just based on the number of goals they score.
7-ESTEVAN BRUINS (7-7)
Boldt has shut the door in net in recent games and additions in the form of Platt, DeRoose, and Koop have changed the look of this team.
8-NIPAWIN HAWKS (9-5)
Pugliese and Hobbs are the best 1-2 goalie combo in the league. They need to find a bit more consistency and depth on offense.
9-NOTRE DAME HOUNDS (6-8-0-1)
Coming around nicely after a slow start. The offense is coming from a number of different sources.
10-WEYBURN RED WINGS (5-7-1)
All of a sudden they are winless in six and it’s a skid no team can afford with so many solid teams.
11-LA RONGE ICE WOLVES (4-11)
Five straight losses have negated a promising four game stretch previously.
12-MELVILLE MILLIONAIRES (2-9-2-2)
Too many goals against, not enough goals for and it’s hard to win games with that combination.
Jared Legien, Yorkton (7-10-4-14)
Nate Hooper, Flin Flon (8-3-10-13)
Brandson Hein, Flin Flon (8-8-5-13)
Brayden Camrud, Humboldt (5-5-6-11)
MacGregor Sinclair, Battlefords (5-1-9-10)
Mattias Urbanski, Battlefords (5-5-5-10)
Elijah Loon-Stewardson, Battlefords (5-5-3-8)
Grant Boldt, Estevan (2-1, 1.21, .955)
Justen Close, Kindersley (4-0-1, 1.56, .949)
Hunter Arps, Melfort (3-1, 2.01, .930, 1SO)