The Sr. Klippers were back on the ice last night, against a team that has given them trouble in the past, the Wilkie Outlaws. Wilkie got off to a fast start and scored a powerplay goal in the first minute of the game, as Brock Harrison light the lamp to make it 1-0.
Things stayed pretty well even in the first period as Curtis Sander for Wilkie and Luke Sproule for Kindersley were both sharp in net, after some chances for both teams.
The in the last minute of play Derek Keller fired a shot from the point which had eyes, and got through Sproule.
After 1: Sr. Klippers 0 - 2 Outlaws, shots 14-12 Outlaws
The Outlaws took over the game in the second, as they managed three goals from three different players. First off was Andrew Herle with 13:55 left in the second to make it 3-0.
Then a bad bounce off the blocker of Luke Sproule and then off a defenseman and into the net on a shot from Will Rathje made the score 4-0 with 9:00 left in the second period.
Wilkie wasn't done there, as Blake Young managed to get on the board with 3:11 left to go in the second.
After 2: Sr. Klippers 0 - 5 Outlaws, shots 18-12 Outlaws in the period, 32-24 Outlaws in the game
The third period finally saw the Sr. Klippers get on the board, but before that the Outlaws Mitch Suchan scored an unassisted marker early in the third to make it 6-0.
Then the Sr. Klippers finally beat goaltender Curtis Sander, as Shayne Neigum scored with 16:32 left in the third to make it 6-1.
The Sr. Klippers then scored a powerplay goal with 2:05 left, as Brody Ryberg beat Sander on a slapshot from the point. That's a close as the Sr. Klippers would get, as Wilkie held on for the win.
FINAL: Sr. Klippers 2 - 6 Outlaws, shots 17-10 Outlaws in the period, 49-34 Outlaws in the game
The Outlaws got consistent scoring from all of their lines against the Sr. Klippers, as six different people scored in the victory. Brock Harrison had a goal and two assists, while Will Rathje, Mitch Suchan, Derek Keller and Andrew Herle each had a goal and an assist in the win.
Curtis Sander was suburb in net, making some nice saves will the game was close, and making 32 saves for his second win of the season.
Meanwhile, Kindersley goals from Neigum and Ryberg, with Darian and David Dziurzynski each getting helpers, and Jackson Bauml and Troy Boisjoli each getting assists as well.
Wilkie now sits with a 4-0 record, and Kindersley now falls to 3-1 early on this season
The Sr. Klippers next action is against the Edam 3 Stars at home Friday, with puck drop at 8:30 pm.