The Swan Valley Stampeders allowed 4 goals in the 2nd period and that was enough as they fell 5-3 to the Virden Oil Capitals.
The Stampeders had a pretty solid first period as they controlled most of the play and they would get a goal as Andrew Howard would get his 1st MJHL goal to give SV a 1-0 after 1.
But the 2nd period would be a different story as the Oil caps would get 4 goals from Curtis Houlden, Corey Haverstick, Mack Hardy and Taylor Fisher would all help to give Virden a 4-1 lead after 40 minutes.
In the third, and once again a Oil Caps power play goal Devin Schramm would give Virden a 5-1 lead. But then the a Stamps would show some life as they pot 2 more in the 3rd by Max Flanagan and Max Provencher but that's as far as they would get as they dropped a 5-3 decision.
Adam Iwan stopped 33 shots for the victory, while Cole Holowenko stopped 35 shots in a losing cause.
The Stamps will go right back at it on Saturday hosting the Selkirk Steelers 7:30 MB time at the Centennial Arena.
Veteran goalie continues his stellar play as Terriers goalie Kale Thomson stopped all 40 shots for his 1st shutout of the season as the Terriers defeated the Battlefords North Stars 2-0.
Devon McMullen (1G 1A) and Chase Norrish (2A) led the way with 2 points each while Zack Zadarozniak chipped in with other goal for the Terriers.
Terriers continue road trip Saturday in Kindersley at 7:30.
The Melville Millionaires won their 3rd straight game and kept tied atop the Viterra division with Yorkton as they shaded past the Melfort Mustangs 2-1.
Kelvin Walz and Landon Farrell (GWG) scored for the Mils while Lane Harbour replied for the Mustangs.
Isaiah Plett stopped 28 shots for the victory.
Mils return back to action right away on Saturday when they visit the Weyburn Red Wings.