Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League


By Mike Stackhouse

Unbeaten in nine and airtight defensively.

2-NIPAWIN HAWKS (12-5)  -8-
Hawks enter the week on a five game run and have the best goaltending tandem in the league.

3-FLIN FLON BOMBERS (11-5-0-2)  -3-
Just two regulation time losses in their last ten.

4-HUMBOLDT BRONCOS (11-5-2)  -4-
Unbeaten in four and have played eleven of their first eighteen on the road.

5-NOTRE DAME HOUNDS (8-8-0-2)  -9-
Unbeaten in four, just two regulation losses in their last ten, and they’ve become a very tough out.

6-MELFORT MUSTANGS (10-5-1)  -5-
Coming off a loss and a game in which they allowed nine, yet they are an impressive 6-and-1 at home.

Stumbled this past week with three straight losses, but still scraped out a couple of points in the standings.

8-YORKTON TERRIERS (8-6-1)  -6-
Failed in a chance to separate themselves from the rest of a struggling division, yet have three games in hand on second place Estevan.

9-ESTEVAN BRUINS (8-10)  -7-
Still trying to get some traction and find a winning streak, but the Terriers haven’t distanced themselves in the standings.

10-LA RONGE ICE WOLVES (6-11)  -11-
Enters the week on a positive note with back to back wins.

11-WEYBURN RED WINGS (5-10-2) -10-
In a bad rut that has extended to ten winless games.

12-MELVILLE MILLIONAIRES (3-11-2-2)  -12-
It’s early in the year to be calling games ‘must win’, but the Mils won a ‘must win’ on Saturday.


Nate Hooper, Flin Flon (8-4-13-17)
Brandson Hein, Flin Flon (8-11-5-16)
Matthias Urbanski, Battlefords (7-4-8-12)
Chrystopher Collin, Flin Flon (6-5-8-13)
Justin Ball, Melfort (7-6-5-11)
Kayle Tosh, Melfort (7-1-9-10)
Carson Albrecht, Melfort (7-7-3-10)
Zach Bannister, La Ronge (5-3-5-8)
Marshall Wilton, Notre Dame (6-2-7-9)
Declan Hobbs, Nipawin (3-2, 1.21, .960, 3SO)
Grant Boldt, Estevan (2-3, 1.71, .940)
Justen Close, Kindersley (3-0-1 1.91, .918)

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