All levels of minor hockey remain busy in the month of February with provincials and regular season league play winding down. 

Looking at U13, Unity sits at 19-1 to lead the north division. They are followed closely by Luseland, who sits at 17-3. 

Shifting focus to the south division, the Leader Flyers have pulled out front with a 15-2-3 record. They are followed closely by the Outlook Ice Hawks at 14-4-2, the Kindersley Lynco Klippers are 14-5-2 and the Elrose Aces are 13-7-2 in a jumbled south division. 

Meanwhile in provincials, both Kindersley and Unity are out, but Leader is still alive in C provincials, as they will play Gravelbourg in round 3. 

Biggar's Dyden Harrabek continues to lead the points race with 68 goals and 91 points in 22 games played.

Jinks Cooper from Unity is second with 44 goals and 87 points in 20 games played.

Sitting in third is Brayden Mastel from Elrose, who has 43 goals and 77 points in 22 games played.

Looking at the U15 division of the Hi-Way 14 Hockey League, Kerrobert leads the way with a 17-1-2 record, they are followed by Eston, who has 13-2-4 record. And wrapping up the top three is Biggar/Wilkie with a 14-5-1 record.

In provincials, Biggar/Wilkie is still alive on B provincials, as they will play Meadow Lake in round 3. Game one from Biggar is Saturday at 7:00 pm.

League leading Kerrobert continued their winning ways last night, as they defeated Macklin 10-1 to move to the north final in D provincials. 

Leading scorers from league play are led by Graydon Neumeier with 37 goals and 69 points. 

Right behind him is teammate Taylor Neumeier with 32 goals and 58 points. 

Wrapping up the top three in league scoring is Eston's Hudson Mathers, scoring 30 times and collecting 53 points.

And looking at U18, Eston leads the way with a 19-2 record. Right on their heels are Macklin with a 16-4-2 record, and then Dinsmore sits with a 15-5 record.

Looking at provincials, Kerrobert will play Meadow Lake in round three of B provincials. And an all West Central matchup will take place in B provincials, with Dinsmore playing Eston in round three. Game one of that series goes March 3 in Eston at 8:00 pm. The return match will be in Dinsmore on March 5 at 7:00 pm. 

Looking at C provincials, Rosetown plays Muenster, with game one of that series being played in Rosetown this Saturday at 7:30 pm.

The leading scorer in the league continue to be Reed McLachlan, with 43 goals and 75 points.

Teammate Will Campbell is the setup man, with 45 assists and 68 points, good enough for second in the league.

And wrapping up the top 3 is Dinsmore's Carter Edgar with 41 goals and 68 points.