The Swan Valley Stampeders moved into 4th place in the MJHL standings on Wednesday night after a 6-1 win over the Neepawa Natives at the Yellowhead Center.
Trevor Schroder's hot hand would continue just 3:51 into the 1st as he would deflect home a point shot from the line past Dawson Green for his 11th of the year to make it 1-0.
The Stamps before the 1st period buzzer would go off as Josh Beauchemin would finish off a nice passing play from Callum Fortin to snipe home his 6th of the season to make it a two goal Stamps' lead after 20 minutes.
In the 2nd, the visitors would continue their offensive burst just 4:34 into the 2nd as Parker Johnson's shot would get stopped but Jackson Betcher would be there to chip in the rebound for his second of the year to make it 3-0 then just 23 seconds later, Luke Beerman would add his 10th to make it a 4-0 game.
The Stamps and Neepawa would exchange late 2nd period goals by Mattias Dal Monte and Eli Lieffers respectively to make it a 5-1 Swan Valley lead after 40 minutes.
Swan Valley would score the only goal in the 3rd as Josh Beauchemin would add his 2nd of the night to round out the scoring.
Michael Davis made 25 stops in the Swan net to earn his 7th win of the season while Dawson Green made 21 saves on 27 shots in the loss.
These two teams will meet once again on Friday night from Neepawa. GX94 will broadcast the game with the pregame show starting at 7:20, play by play beginning at 7:30.
In the SJHL,
The Battlefords North Stars have fell only 3 times this season and all three losses have come at the hands of the Yorkton Hyundai Terriers.
Alec Zawatsky (1G 2A) and Ryan Granville (3A) led the Terriers with 3 points each while Ryan Ouellette made 42 saves in the win.
Chantz Petruic, Kaedan Taphorn, Steven Norum and Jordan Guiney also scored for the Terriers.
Quin Loon-Stewardson had the lone marker for the Terriers.
The Terriers will return to action on Saturday night for a neutral site game in Canora when they host the Kindersley Klippers
Meanwhile in Melville,
The Millionaires got the overtime winner from Zach Bannister as they defeated the Kindersley Klippers 2-1 at the Horizon Credit Union Center.
Jaden Hewes (MLV) and Liam Fraser (KIN) exchanged goals during regulation time.
Berk Berkeliev turned aside 38 of 39 shots in the Mils' crease to earn the victory.
The two teams will battle again on Friday night from the Horizon Credit Union Center.
Other SJHL result:
Flin Flon 3 Notre Dame 1