The Kindersley Jr. Klippers and Humboldt Broncos played for the second consecutive evening on Saturday, and the Broncos once again came out on top.
Kindersley got off to a good start, with Cash Arntsen getting on the board on a Klippers powerplay, going to the net and sliding one through the legs of Benjamin Motew. The goal was Arntsen's 9th of the season, and it came off of a Cameron Rimstad faceoff win.
But just over a minute later it turned into the Timothy Kim show, as he scored on a odd man rush with Matthew Van Blaricom.
Then just a few minutes later, Kim took a great pass from Chase Lacombe breaking through the middle behind the defense. Kim made no mistake on the breakaway, making a great move on Cody Jaman to give the Broncos the lead.
The opening period was a back and forth affair, and probably the best period of hockey I have seen in the SJHL this season.
The Broncos kept coming with Jacob Boucher and Van Blaricom scoring in the second to pad the Broncos lead.
But Kindersley got one back on a seeing eye shot from Liam Bell from the right point. Jaydon Jessiman did a great job in front of the net screening Motew, for Kindersley's second tally. The goal was Bell's 3rd of the season.
Before the period was over, Humboldt added to their lead on the powerplay, on a nice setup by Lucas Ceccarelli to Alec Saretzky. The goal Saretzky's team leading 24th and Ceccarelli's team leading 31st assist.
The third period saw a pile of penalties, as Kindersley started to show their frustration. Spencer Paplawski took a big hit from Chase Lacombe just inside the Broncos line on the near side. Adam came his twin brother's defense and all hell broke loose.
A total of seven men were sent to the penalty box, meaning the Broncos would head to the powerplay once again. Humboldt moved the puck beautifully on their man advantage, and it was Cage Newans who the put the puck in to extend Bronco lead.
Newans was immediately sent off for excessive celebration by the officials, via the 10 minute variety.
Jace Benvie then finished the scoring on the night, with his second in two games against the Klippers.
Kindersley will look to comeback with a better effort on Tuesday against the Nipawin Hawks on the road.
Country 104 will have all the action, with the Murlin Electronics pregame show beginning at 6:45 pm.