Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League


By Craig Stein


Chris Van Os-Shaw scored three times, leading the Humboldt Broncos to a 4-1 victory in Yorkton on Tuesday night.

The 19-year-old now has six multi-goal games, while that was the second time he scored three or more in a game, and he now leads the league with 23-goals in 28-games.

Matthieu Gomercic also scored for the Broncos (17-11-0-1) and Garrett Mason made 38/39 saves.

Tyler Baier replied for the Terriers (11-13-3-0), while Nathan Hargrave took the loss stopping 38/41 shots.


While Van Os-Shaw leads the league in goals and sits second in points, Notre Dame’s Ben Duperreault still leads the scoring race, and added another goal and an assist Tuesday in a 3-1 win over Kindersley.

Duperreault finishes his November schedule with a 10 game point streak, while putting up 18 points (9g-9a) in 11 games during the month.

Kaleb Dahlgren had a pair of goals for the Hounds (14-10-3-1) in Tuesday’s win.  Jordan Greenfield-Flemon stopped 23/24 shots.

Nick Trenciansky made 23/25 saves at the other end, with Brody Ryberg scoring his first SJHL goal for the Klippers (11-18-1-0).

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