The Kindersley Sr. Klippers played the Biggar Nationals Saturday night at the West Central Events Centre in the final game of the regular season for both teams. Kindersley got on the board first in this one, with Shayne Neigum scoring his 7th of the season at the halfway point of the first period. The assists went to Lane Gilliss and Logan Stephanson to give Kindersley a 1-0 lead. 

The lead for Klippers lasted until late in the second period when Brett Novak scored his 10th of the season with 4:24 remaining to make the score 1-1. Chris Henry picked up the lone assist. Things looked bleak for Kindersley as the Nationals Keaton Haynes scored a powerplay goal over halfway through the third period, his fifth of the season, as the puck squirted in the slot and he beat Kindersley goaltender Cody Beswitherick. The assists went to Novak and Henry.

But Kindersley's Lane Gilliss took over the hockey game after that, deflecting a Stephanson shot from the left point on a powerplay of their own to tie the score at two. The second assist went to Tyler Traptow. Gilliss and the Klippers ket coming as he finished off a nice rush down the left wing side and beat Biggar goaltender Brett Matlock with a perfect shot over the left shoulder to give Kindersley a 3-2 lead. Stephanson picked up another assist on the go ahead goal. Kindersley then got another powerplay late in the third, as Kyle Donaldson finished a perfect setup from Brody Ryberg in the slot to make the score 4-2 Klippers, the second assist on Donaldson's 10th of the season went to Traptow. Kindersley then iced the game into the empty net, as Dylan Georget got his first of the season to make the final score 5-2 Klippers. 

Gilliss lead the way for Kindersley, collecting two goals and an assist, and Stephanson also had a hat trick of assists for a third point night. Not to be forgotten in this game was the splendid goaltending of Matlock for Nationals, who made 42 saves in the loss to keep Biggar in the game. The Klippers will wait until after Sunday afternoon's game between Edam and Macklin to see who they will host in game one of the SWHL playoffs.