Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League


By Craig Stein

Keillan Olson scored two goals and an assist, and Thomas Lenchyshyn added three helpers and the Nipawin Hawks went into Yorkton and defeated the Terriers 6-2 on Tuesday night.

Carter Doerksen and Daven Smith added second period goals for the Hawks (7-1-1-1) before Olson, Brandan Arnold and Austin Mikesch added third period markers as Nipawin scored three powerplay goals.

Jake Anthony got the win, making 23/25 saves.

Cole Keenleyside (1g-1a) scored his first of the year for the Terriers (2-9-2-0) while Shane Sherban also hit the net.


The Notre Dame Hounds extended their lead at the top of the tight Olympic Buildings Division with a 5-3 win over the Melville Millionaires.

Chaz Smedsrud led the way with a goal and two assists, Chance Longjohn scored twice and added a helper, and Alec Zawatsky chipped in a pair of assists.  Tim Gould and Sam Robinson also scored and Jack Ryan made 18/21 saves.

The Millionaires (3-10-0-1) fell behind 3-0 after the first period and nearly clawed back.  Jaden Shewchuk and Cory Schillo scored second period goals to cut the deficit to one, and Trevor Paradise made it a one goal game again in the third but that was as close as they would get.  Colby Entz took the loss making 30/34 saves.

The Hounds (7-3-1-1) are now there points up on everyone else in the division, although Battlefords has five games in hand.

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