1-Melville Millionaires (12-3-1-2) ... 1st last week
Not even a city workers labour dispute can slow them down.
2-Yorkton Terriers (12-5-1-1) ... 3rd last week
Longest road trip of the season is in the books and Terriers kept their head above water.
3-Kindersley Klippers (12-5-1-1) ... 2nd last week
Some disconcerting signs as of late, but Klippers still have a decent lead in the Kramer.
4-Estevan Bruins (9-6-2-1) ... 4th last week
second best in the league with seven wins on the road.
5-Nipawin Hawks (9-8-0-2) ... 7th last week
Just two regulation losses in their last ten, Glass has been a solid addition between the pipes.
6-La Ronge Ice Wolves (10-7-0-0) ... 5th last week
After a blazing start, they have company atop the Sherwood.
7-Humboldt Broncos (10-8-0-1) ... 6th last week
Pashovitz has been sensational, Broncos played two strong games at Whitney Forum.
8-Flin Flon Bombers (8-8-0-0) ... 11th last week
Five hundred in their last ten, five hundred on the season, and pretty much five hundred at home too.
9-Battlefords North Stars (7-13-0-1) ... 8th last week
They finally got that first home win.
10-Melfort Mustangs (7-8-0-1) ... 9th last week
Five points separate first from last in the Sherwood. Unfortunately for Mustangs, they are last.
11-Notre Dame Hounds (5-8-1-1) ... 10th last week
Two straight losses this week and a league low five victories on the season, but lots of games in hand.
12-Weyburn Red Wings (7-11-0-1) ... 12th last week
They are tied for the final playoff spot at press time.
Tad Kozun, Nipawin (6-5-5-10) ... the focal point of the Hawk offense is delivering.
Spencer Trapp, Notre Dame (5-1-6-7) ... Rookie blueliner continues to put up points.
Ryan Donovan, Notre Dame (5-2-5-7) ... With these diamonds emerging for the Hounds, one has to think with games in hand, they havent been heard from yet.
Travis Mayan, Melfort (3-6-0-6) ... Four-goal game was no fluke. He scores almost nightly.
Austin Daae, Estevan (7-5-5-10) ... Enjoying his final junior season back at home.
Ryland Pashovitz, Humboldt (3-0-0-1, 2SO, 0.73, .976) ... just getting one puck a game by him seems to be a major story.
Steven Glass, Nipawin (4-1, 1SO, 1.97, .945) ... He's really stabilized the entire team with his steady play.
Isaiah Plett, Melville (3-0-0-1, 1SO, 1.20, .960) ... Finally got his first shutout last week and looks more and more comfortable each passing game.
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