The Kindersley Jr. Klippers played the Weyburn Red Wings for a pair of games at the WCEC. Kindersley got on the board first on Friday, as Rosetown's Kayden Ostrom scored his 5th of the season on the powerplay to give Kindersley a 1-0 lead. Zak Anderson and Simon Diaz picked up the assists. 

The second period saw four goals, three from the visiting Red Wings. This included Braigh LeGrandeur, Jaxson Ruthven and Sam Callahan. Kindersley countered with Easton Inglis, his 9th of the season to make the score 3-2 after two periods.

The third saw Weyburn's Max Monette extend the Red Wings lead to 4-2, before Kindersley's Brock Evans got the Klippers within one, his 11th of the season. And then as it looked like Kindersley would fall in regulation, veteran Tylin Hilbig tied the game with just 13 seconds remaining to send the game to overtime. But for the second time this season Weyburn won in overtime at the WCEC, as Jaxson Ruthven got the winner for the Red Wings.

Game two of the weekend series Saturday, saw a goaltender's duel break out, as Kindersley's John Macpherson and Weyburn's Angelo Zol were duking it out. Included in the scoreless action was an unbelievable left pad save by Zol on a 3-on-1 to keep things knotted at zero. Undeterred the Klippers came back and got the first one of the evening on a nice breakout pass from Ethan Hilbig up to brother Tylin, who passed it over to Brock Evans and he fed it right back to Hilbig and he went backhand to give Kindersley a 1-0 lead. The Klippers doubled their lead as Hilbig scored again on a nice setup pass from Simon Diaz on the powerplay to make the score 2-0. 

The third period saw Tylin complete the natural hat trick on a nice setup pass from Logan Linklater on another Klippers powerplay to make the score 3-0. Weyburn then had to pull out all the stops, as they were awarded a four-minute powerplay. Red Wings coach Cody Mapes pulled the goaltender with 11:29 to go in regulation and it finally paid off, as Ruthven put in the puck after a long scramble to get Weyburn with two at 3-1. But Kindersley held on from there with the goaltender pulled once again, as Simon Diaz iced the game with an empty netter with 1:07 left to give Kindersley a 4-1 win.

Hilbig now has 28 goals on the season and at one point had scored the Klippers last four goals. Some other news came from the weekend, as Linklater's two assists Saturday gave the playmaking Kindersley born centre 102 points in 100 SJHL games. 

The Klippers now sit 7th in the SJHL with 39 points, six ahead of the Yorkton Terriers who will be in Kindersley Wednesday night at 7:30pm.