In the busiest week in the SWHL, a total of nine games were played.
Things started off with the Kindersley Sr. Klippers traveling up to Edam to battle the 3 Stars in a battle for first place.
The 3 Stars won the game 7-6 in overtime, with Kendall Fransoo getting the winner at the 2:12 mark.
Jake Taylor stopped 37 of 43 for Edam, Mitch Wall had a (2G-3A) night for the 3 Stars. Shayne Neigum has (1G-2A) to lead the Klippers offence, Luke Sproule turned aside 41 of 48 shots.
Moving to Thursday was Macklin playing Wilkie in Biggar due to ice plant issues in Wilkie.
This is the first time that last year"s finalists met, and Wilkie prevailed 10-5 in a wide open contest.
The Outlaws balanced attack had 4 two goal efforts, Ryan Keller (2G-2A), Ryne Keller (2G-2A), Rick Cey (2G-1A) and Blake
Young (2G-0A). Spencer Bast had 3 assists for the Mohawks.
Biggar made the trip down Highway 51 on Saturday and dropped a 6-4 decision to the hometown Tigers.
Brett Neumeier (2G-0A) and Rylan Freed (1G-2A) led Kerrobert up front, goaltender Nik Amundrud was sensational, facing 46 shots with only four beating him.
Edam continues to have Hafford's number, shutting the Hawks out 4-0 in Hafford. Edam's workhorse goalie Jake Taylor got his remarkable third shut out of the season, turning aside all 32 shots. Cody Danberg (2G-0A) and Joel Blaquiere (1G-1A) led Edam up front.
Week 11 had a number of outstanding performances. Honourable mention goes to Kindersley's DJ McGrath (4G-3A),and Travis Child , stopping 53 of 58 shots and chalking up two crucial wins. Honourable mention also goes to Wilkie's ageless Ryan Keller (5G-3A) in two games. Hafford's Joel Gryzbowski backstopped the Hawks to two big wins, stopping 67 of 74. Jake Taylor continued his great season for Edam, facing 124 shots and stopping 112 in three games. Taylor managed his third shutout in his 12 starts so far, which is rare in any league.
Week 11 Player of the week according to league president Joe Cey goes to a goaltender in our league that generally doesn't get the attention he deserves. Kerrobert Tigers Nik Amundrud gets the nod, Amundrud was crazy busy facing 102 shots in two games , stopping 92 of them, coming away with a one win, one loss weekend.