Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League


Ryan Ouelette continued his unflappable play in Yorkton’s net since returning to the Terriers about 10 days ago, making 25 saves for the shutout in the Terriers’ 4-0 win over Weyburn on Wednesday night.

Ouelette has stopped 105 of the 108 shots he’s faced in three games since coming back from the NAHL, good for a 3-0 record, 1.00 GAA, and a .972 save percentage.  As a team, the Terriers (9-9-0-0) have now won four straight games as they’re back to .500, getting some cushion over their Viterra Division opponents.

Alec Zawatsky scored twice on Wednesday, while Riley Egan and Tyson Janzen notched the others.

Noah Decottignies made 23/27 saves in goal for the Red Wings (7-10-0-1).


The Nipawin Hawks capped a midweek western Sask road trip with a 3-2 overtime win in Kindersley, avenging their last-minute loss in Battlefords the night before.

Bronson Adams scored his first goal as a Hawk with 11 seconds left in the extra frame.  Michael Makarenko and Burke Simpson scored in regulation for the Hawks (11-7-0-0), who battled back after falling behind 2-0 in the first period.  Ethan Slobodzian made 32/34 saves in the victory.

Scott McKenzie and Tyler Traptow provided the Klippers (7-9-2-0) with a 2-0 first period lead before the Hawks came back.  Zach Johnson made 25/28 saves for Kindersley.


Much like Nipawin, the Humboldt Broncos split their Tuesday/Wednesday road trip, however they won Tuesday and lost Wednesday, going 1-1 in Southeast corner, falling 5-1 in Estevan Wednesday.

Humboldt out-shot Estevan 40-35 with Keenan Rancier making 39/40 saves in goal for the Bruins (5-8-2-1).

Jayden Davis picked up three assists for the Bruins, while Caleb Petrie, Devan Harrison, Tanner Manz, Troy Hamilton and Griffin Asham-Moroz did the scoring.

Connor Nolan scored the lone goal for the Broncos (10-6-1-1), and Michael Harroch made 30 saves.