The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League has one more series left to go. Either the Melfort Mustangs or Flin Flon Bombers will take home the Canterra Seeds Cup, and the right to represent the SJHL at the upcoming Centennial Cup in Oakville, Ontario.

Games 1 and 2 of the series will be played Friday and Saturday, the series continuing in Melfort April 24 and 25 with Game 3 and Game 4. If needed Game 5 would be played Saturday April 27, Game 6 going the following Tuesday, April 30, and then a possible Game 7 would be played on Friday, May 3 in Flin Flon.

Melfort's path to the finals began with a five game series against Estevan in Round 1. The Mustangs then moved into the pen for a series against the Humboldt Broncos, losing a 3-1 series lead, but rebounding in Game 7 to take the series against a tough Humboldt team. Melfort has some local connections on their roster, the biggest one being Kerrobert native Austin Shepherd (who picked up a Game 7 assist), and also Logan and Danton Cox who spent time with the Klippers this season.

Flin Flon swept the hometown Kindersley Jr. Klippers to begin the postseason, and then remained unbeaten with another four-game sweep against the Battlefords North Stars in a 2023 finals rematch. It will be a ten day break when the Bombers hit the ice again, but the home-ice advantage should make up for any rust. 

Whoever comes out on top will be one of nine teams competing at next month's Centennial Cup hosted by the Oakville Blades. Last year saw the Battlefords North Stars nearly claiming the championship, instead losing in the finals to the Brooks Bandits.