Another exciting season of Sask West Hockey League play finished Tuesday night in Wilkie. It took overtime, but the Kindersley Senior Klippers defeated the defending champion Wilkie Outlaws by a score of 2-1 in Game 5 of the SWHL's championship series. 

After a scoreless first, the only goals in regulation came in the second period, as a scoreless third brought the teams into overtime. Carson Grolla was the overtime hero for the Senior Klippers as they completed their series comeback against the Outlaws.

The Klippers run to the finals saw them defeat Unity in two games, Hafford in four games, and then finally in comeback fashion against Wilkie, winning both Game 4 and Game 5 in overtime to take home the trophy. It is the franchise's first Sask West Hockey League title since 2013, winning for the first time since they were the Kindersley Red Lions.

A ton of credit goes to goaltender Logan Drackett for the finals run. Drackett had a .916 SV% in the postseason to win SWHL Playoff MVP, playing extra spectacular in the Wilkie series stopping over 200 shots to the tune of a .926 SV% in the finals.

The other series ending Tuesday night was in the Sask Valley Hockey League. 

The Dinsmore Dynamos and Kenaston Blizzards played Game 4 of their series, as the Dynamos storybook season ended inside the Kenaston Arena, as the Blizzards will add the SVHL Championship right next to the Provincial "A" title in their trophy case for the year.

The Dynamos impressive run saw Dinsmore finish first in the west with a 14-2-0 record in the regular season. Earning a bye through the first round of playoffs, Dinsmore disposed of Delisle in the second round, and then won a hard fought 5-game series with the Kyle Elks in the league semi-finals.

Taking on Kenaston in the finals, the Blizzards won the first two games 8-4, and 7-4 respectively to take a series stranglehold. The Dynamos fought back for a 5-2 win on home-ice in Game 3 to keep their season alive, but Tuesday's 5-3 loss ended their season for good at the hands of the Blizzards, who proved to be one of the best senior teams in Saskatchewan once again.

Congratulations goes out to both teams for winning their league titles, as only provincials are now left looking at local senior hockey. The west-central region still has two teams alive, the Wilkie Outlaws hosting the Kyle Elks on Friday night in Game 2 of the Provincial "C" Final, and the Macklin Mohawks travelling out to Redvers to finish their Provincial "D" series.  

Both series will be completed this weekend.