Those hoping to start the Christmas holidays off at the rink are in luck. There is a total of four games in the Sask West Hockey League over the next three days.
Tonight's Friday night action features the Biggar Nationals and Wilkie Outlaws. Nationals will be hoping for a victory on home ice, while they try to capitalize on the Outlaws two game losing streak.
There will be two games on Saturday.
The Kindersley Sr. Klippers will be looking to remain perfect on their season as they host the Luseland Mallards, who haven't had a single win so far this year. Mallards and Klippers will clash at 8:00 PM at the west central events centre.
On the other side of the region, the Wilkie Outlaws will be back on home ice for a game against the Unity Miners.
And the weekend will wrap up with one game on Sunday. The Luseland Mallards will be at home versus the the Macklin Mohawks, who both remain at the bottom of the SWHL Standings.
There are nine games left for the league in 2018.