In the Kindersley Sr. Klippers first road game of the season, they headed up to Unity to play the Miners on Friday night. It was Trey Tuffs who got Kindersley rolling, as he scored just shy of the three-minute mark of the first period to give Kindersley a 1-0 lead. That is the way it stayed until late in the first when Unity's Taylor Bucsis scored a shorthanded goal to tie the score at one with 4:39 to go. Kindersley got one back very late in the period, with Tyler Traptow scoring with just two seconds left to give the Klippers a 2-1 lead after one.
It stayed a one goal spread for Kindersley until late in the second thanks to great goaltending from Ryan Rewarts for Unity, and Luke Sproule for Kindersley, who made countless nice saves. But it was Shayne Neigum who was sprung on a nice breakaway pass from Jonny Calkins, and he squeaked one through Rewarts to give Kindersley a 3-1 lead with just under four minutes left in the second. Carson Grolla then made it 3-1 as he split the defense and took a shot from the slot which made its way through to give Kindersley a three-goal lead. Unity then cut into the lead on a nice play by Davis Chorney, as he knocked down a pass in the neutral zone, skated in and beat Luke Sproule to cut the lead to 4-2 with a 1:30 left in the second period.
The third period saw the Klippers take over the game, thanks to Neigum's second of the game early in the period, and then caption Troy Boisjoli put the game away on the powerplay to give Kindersley a 6-2 win. Kindersley is now 2-0 and will return to the airwaves Friday night against Biggar at Jubilee Stadium at 8:30, with the pregame show beginning at 8:20 on Country 104.