The Yorkton Terriers' came from behind to earn their 13th victory of the season on Tuesday night as they defeated the Kindersley Klippers 3-2.
The Klippers would strike first on home ice on the power play as Scott McKenzie would walk across the blue-line and beat Phillipe Bond over the right pad for his 5th of the season to make it 1-0.
But the Terriers would have a nice quick response as just 50 seconds later, Kurri Woodford's long point shot would get deflected in nicely in front by 20 year old Jordan Guiney for his 7th to tie the game up at 1-1 after 20 minutes with shots in favour of Kindersley at 17-11.
Klippers forward Tyler Traptow would get the lone goal in the middle frame he would jam in a loose rebound off a Dane Hirst's close range shot past Bond for the Calgary products 4th of the season to give his team a 2-1 lead after 2 period with the Kindersley continuing leading in shots 33-19.
The Terriers would tie the game up with 4:08 left in the 3rd when Jordan Guiney would finish off a nice individual effort for his 2nd of the night to make it 2-2.
Then for the first time in the game they would take the lead as Chantz Petruic would bat down a pass out of mid-air and then go in alone and make no mistake for his league-leading 24th of the season to give his team the two points.
Phillipe Bond made 45 saves on 47 shots to earn his 6th victory of the season in the Terrier net.
The Terriers will wrap up their overnight road-trip with a stop in North Battleford against the Battlefords North Stars. GX94 will broadcast the game with the "Sask Milk" pregame show beginning at 7:20 and the play by play starting at 7:30.
Jake Spak and Jonathan Krahn scored twice while Luke Spadafora (1G 2A) and Dylan Thackeray (3A) had 3 points each to lead the Melville Millionaires to their 2nd straight win a 6-2 decision over the Weyburn Red Wings.
Jack Verstraete also scored for the Mils who got 30 saves from Berk Berkeliev for his 2nd straight win.
The Mils and Red Wings will have a rematch on Friday night from Crescent Point Place. GX94 will broadcast the game with the "Sask Milk" pregame show starting at 7:20.
Jack Kennedy, Rayman Bassi and Keiran Thiessen all scored to lead the Waywayseecappo Wolverines to a 3-2 victory over the Virden Oil Capitals on home ice.
Thomson Phinney made 27 stops to get the victory.
The Wolverines will go right back at it on Wednesday night when they host the OCN Blizzard.