Stretch run for senior hockey league teams

Wilkie Outlaws remain undefeated in the SWHL; Eston Ramblers have won six in a row in the SVHL

Members of the Kindersley Red Lions celebrate with teammate Jesse Ismond, the Red Lions’ overtime hero on Saturday night in their 2-1 win over the visiting Eatonia Huskies.

Crossroads staff

Sask. West Hockey League

It may sound like a broken record, but the Wilkie Outlaws continue to dominate the Sask. West Hockey League with a 14-0 record.

The next two teams Macklin (11-3) and Kindersley (9-4-0-2) are on three-game winning streaks and although they won’t be able to catch Wilkie, they are peaking at the right time with six (Macklin) and five (Kindersley) games remaining in the regular season.

On the other side of the slate, the Unity Miners have been on a slide, losing their last five games, but with this weekend off, they hope to regroup and come back strong in the final third of the schedule.

For more on this story, please see the Jan. 5 print edition of The Cross Roads. hockey

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