Defenseman Chase Felgueiras had a goal and two assists, and fellow blue liner Noah Barlage scored his first SJHL goal, and the Humboldt Broncos beat the visiting Estevan Bruins 5-1.
Bryson Cecconi (1g-1a), Zach McIntyre and Justin Jamer finished off the scoring, Nicksha Eric had two assists, and Brendan Forman made 36/37 saves in goal for the Broncos (14-9-2-2).
CJ Corazzin tied the game 1-1 for the Bruins (8-11-2-1) 2:59 into the third period, before the Broncos rattled off four unanswered goals.
Liam McGarva won his seventh straight start, making 27/28 saves as the La Ronge Ice Wolves opened a three game road trip with a 3-1 win in Melfort.
Ryley Lanthier opened the scoring for Melfort (15-7-2-1) just 1:09 into the game, before La Ronge took over the scoring the rest of the way.
Kyle Ford and Kaiden Collumb scored second period goals for the Ice Wolves (14-12-2-0) and Daylon added one more in the third.
The Sherwood Division is now separated by just three points from top to bottom, as Melfort and Flin Flon sit tied for first with 33-points, while La Ronge and Nipawin are right behind, each with 30.
The Nipawin Hawks went into Melville and earned a 4-2 win over the Millionaires on Wednesday.
Brodie Girod scored first and finished the night with two goals and an assist to lead the Hawks (14-10-2-0). Jordan Simoneau (1g-1a) and Carson Erhardt scored the others while Jake Tremblay and Sawyer Senio each had two assists. Rookie Ross Hawryluk earned the win, with 22-saves on 24-shots.
Jack Verstraete and Luke Spadafora replied for the Millionaires (7-14-2-3).
Jordan Guiney had a goal and two assist, while Chantz Petruic and Alec Zawatsky each added a goal and assist, as the Yorkton Terriers capped a stretch of nine straight games away from home with a 3-1 victory in Notre Dame.
The Terriers (15-11-1-0) went 6-2-1-0 on that nine game stretch, and return home for the first time in November on Friday when they welcome La Ronge.
Petruic now has 29-goals and 56-points to lead the league through 27-games.
Ryan Ouelette made 29 saves on 30 shots to secure the win, while Jared Hamm was the only one to solve him for the Hounds (10-13-2-1). Logan Dyck stopped 37/40 shots at the other end.