The Kindersley Jr. Klippers came out flat in Wednesday night's game versus the Melville Millionaires and could never really recover. To make matters worse, they lost Cody Jaman right of the bat, as he left after the first Melville goal due to an injury. The goal was a deflected shot out front by Caden Drury, his 11th of the season, giving Melville a 1-0 lead. Then as the teams skated 4-on-4 late in the period, Melville scored a pair of goals just 21 seconds apart. The first at 17:11 was scored by Matt Kjemus, after ironically scoring earlier but the goal was disallowed due to incidental contact with the goaltender. The goal was Kjemus' 3rd of the season to give the moneymen a 2-0 lead. Then the back breaking goal came at 17:32, with Bradley Banach finishing a 2-on-1 rush from just inside the blueline, on a Klippers giveaway, to make the score 3-0. Kindersley fought back on a 4-on-3 powerplay, as Tylin Hilbig got his 24th of the season on a shot from the high slot to give the Klippers life at 3-1. The assists went to Brock Evans and Zakery Anderson.   

The second period did not start off any better for Kindersley, as Kole Keen got his 8th of the season to make the score 4-1 Melville. Kindersley fought back a couple of minutes later, with Brock Mueller scoring his first as a Klipper, as a Nathan DeGraves point shot squeaked through William Dyke and Mueller put in the rebound to give Kindersley some life a 4-2. The second assist went to Easton Inglis. But at 15:14, Luc Bydal scored an unassisted marker to make the score 5-2. The goal was his team leading 15th of the season. 

The third period saw the Millionaires extend their lead to 4:30 on a nice passing play with the extra man which saw Jadon Iyogun finish it off for his 11th of the season to make it 6-2. Frustration boiled over for Kindersley as the officials looked to miss an interference call which led to the goal, and coach Clayton Jardine was assessed a bench minor for arguing the fact. Melville did not score with the man advantage but remained in control of the game. Kindersley's Brock Evans scored on the powerplay halfway through the period to make the score 6-3. The reigning SJHL Saskatchewan Player of the Week continued his scoring ways, as the two points in this game gives him 9 in his last 5 games played. The assists on Evans 10th goal of the season went to DeGraves and Kayden Ostrom. That was as close as the Klippers got in this one, as they head into the all-star break with a 16-20-2-2 record which is tied for 6th in SJHL standings with Nipawin.