Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League


By Craig Stein

The Notre Dame Hounds continue to roll, now 4-0-2 in their last six games, and they edged they edged the Kindersley Klippers 2-1 Thursday night, on the strength of Andrew Henderson’s 42 saves.

The Klippers (12-4-1-0) out-shot the Hounds (10-8-0-2) 43-19.  Marshall Wilton opened the scoring for Notre Dame in the first period, and rookie defenseman Hardy Wagner scored the winner in the third, his first SJHL goal.

Fellow first rear defenseman Connor Karo also added his first SJHL goal for the Klippers and Justen Close made 17/19 saves.


Brandson Hein scored a pair of third period goals to lift the Flin Flon Bombers over the Melfort Mustangs 3-2 on Thursday night.

That’s goals 22 and 23 on the season in 19 games for Hein, who leads the league with 36-points.  Nate Hooper is next with 31-points (8g-23a), after a goal and an assist on Thursday.  Pierce Diamond picked up the win stopping 25/27 shots.

Carson Albrecht scored both goals for the Mustangs (10-6-1-0), both on the powerplay, giving him 13 on the year.  Hunter Arps made 26/28 saves.

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