Liam Fraser had another multi-goal night on Tuesday, scoring twice, leading the Kindersley Klippers to a 3-2 victory in Yorkton. Fraser scored four goals Friday against Weyburn and now has 8 points (6g-2a) in his last three games.
That gives Fraser 14 goals on the season, while Noah Lindsay’s first SJHL with 2:07 left in regulation proved to be the winner. Matt Sanker made 40/42 saves in goal for the Klippers (10-14-3-1). That’s the start of a four game trip for Kindersley, as they’re in Melville on Wednesday, before taking Thursday off and then reversing course, in Melville Friday and Yorkton (neutral site in Canora) again on Saturday.
Keenan Taphorn and Ryan Granville tied things up for the Terriers (16-12-1-0) before Lindsay’s winner. Philippe Bond made 31/34 saves.
Recent Maine commit Donovan Houle-Villeneuve opened the scoring with his 20th goal of the season, and finished with a goal and an assist as the Flin Flon Bombers opened up a four game road trip with a 5-2 win in Melville.
Easton Haygarth also had a goal and assist, while Chase Haygarth, Caleb Franklin and Tristan Lemyre also scored for the Bombers (17-6-3-0), who move back into sole possession of top spot in the Sherwood Division, and second overall in the league. Jacob Delorme picked up the win, stopping 20 of 22 shots. Flin Flon’s in Notre Dame Wednesday, Estevan Friday and Weyburn Saturday before heading home.
Luke Spadafora and Tanner Brown scored second period goals for the Millionaires (8-15-2-3) while Berk Berkeliev made 28/33 saves.