Regan Seiferling (pictured above) scored 2 goals to lead the Yorkton Terriers to their 2nd straight win, a 5-2 decision over the Melville Millionaires yesterday in the SJHL Showcase finale for both teams.
Jordan Evans, McKenzie Welke and Reid Anderson also scored for the Terriers who got 22 saves from newcomer Jakob Severson in his Terrier debut.
The Mils who have now lost 8 straight to start the season got their offence off the sticks of a couple of 18 year olds in Christian Stevens and Tyler Kreklewich.
Josh Bykowski made 34 saves for the Mils in a losing cause.
The Mils & Terriers will now play their annual Thanksgiving home and home series this weekend starting on Friday night at the Farrell Agencies starting at 7:30.
(This game will also be a "FCC Drive Away Hunger Food Drive Campaign. Fans are encouraged to bring a non-perishable food items and individuals that do will have their name entered into a draw)
In the MJHL
The Wayway Wolverines had their record drop to 1-4-1 on the season as they fell last night (Tues) 4-3 to the Dauphin Kings in MJHL action.
Alex Keena, Aaron Dupasquier and Ty Enns scored for the Wolverines in the loss.
Wayway is back in action coming up on Friday night when they entertain the Virden Oil Capitals at 7:30PM MB time from the Wayway Arena Complex.
Elsewhere last night,
After starting the season with 2 straight win, the Swan Valley Stampeders have now dropped 4 straight including a 3-1 loss on Tuesday to the OCN Blizzard.
Tristan Langan netted his 3rd goal of the season to provide the only offence for the Stamps.
20 year old Zach Degraves made 38 saves but had his record drop to 1-3-0 on the season.
The Stampeders will continue their road trip on Friday night when they visit the 4-1 Steinbach Pistons.