The Kindersley Klippers are taking on the Humboldt Broncos tonight on the road at the Elgar Peterson Arena in Humboldt in a big division game.

These teams have earned 13 points each in the standings, while the Klippers have one game in hand on the Broncos with only 11 games played compared to the Broncos' 12. Earlier this season, the Klippers hosted the Broncos at the West Central Events Centre when the Broncos got a 3-2 win on the road.

Kindersley has found success in the month of October so far with 4 wins and only 1 loss in 5 games so far. Only one of the games played has been played at home ice, which means that the Klippers have had to play some tough games on the road that they managed to come out with two points.

Kindersley will face Humboldt tonight, and will pay a second trip back to Humboldt in the near-by future when the teams have another meeting on Tuesday October 24th. The two games will be important for the Klippers who are looking to gain some seperation from Humboldt in the standings.

After tonight's game on the road in Humboldt, the Klippers will play a game at home this upcoming weekend when the Melfort Mustangs roll into town on Saturday night. It will be the first of four seperate match-ups of the season.