The following are final scores from this past weekend's hockey action featuring teams from the west central region.



Saturday, February 2

  • Lacombe Generals 1-3 Rosetown Redwings

The Redwings will finish the season in 2nd place in the ACHW standings. Rosetown needed to score four against Lacombe in order to win the tiebreaker. The Innisfail Eagles will meet Redwings in the first round of the playoffs.



Friday, February 1

  • Carrot River Outback Thunder 4-3 Delisle Chiefs OT

Saturday, February 2

  • West Central Rage 5-2 Carrot River Outback Thunder

Sunday, February 3

  • West Central Rage 3-1 Prince Albert Titans

The Chiefs have their 19 game unbeaten run snapped by the Thunder in Delisle. The Rage improve to 18-17 on the season after their two wins over the weekend.



Friday, February 1

  • Kindersley Klippers 4-2 Yorkton Terriers

Saturday, February 2

  • Kindersley Klippers 4-1 Melville Millionaires

The Junior Klippers have propelled themselves back to the top of the Global Ag Risk Solutions Division after their double from the weekend. With a game in-hand, Kindersley is two points (63 pts) up on the North Stars (61 pts) and four points on the Broncos (59 pts).



Friday, February 1

  • Luseland Mallards 5-6 Biggar Nationals
  • Wilkie Outlaws 5-7 Kindersley Klippers
  • Macklin Mohawks 8-7 Unity Miners

Saturday, February 2

  • Biggar Nationals 0-11 Wilkie Outlaws
  • Unity Miners 12-4 Luseland Mallards

With Saturday's win, the Outlaws end the SWHL regular season in first place, followed by the Klippers. Kindersley and Wilkie earn byes for the first round; Macklin (3) versus Luseland (6) and Biggar (4) versus Unity (5) mark the best-of-three quarterfinal matchups to begin the 2019 SWHL postseason.



Friday, February 1

  • Loreburn 19ers 6-7 Outlook Ice Hawks
  • Elrose Aces 4-8 Eston Ramblers
  • Beechy Bombers 7-4 Lucky Lake Lakers

Saturday, February 2

  • Central Butte Flyers 2-4 Lucky Lake Lakers
  • Eston Ramblers 10-4 Elrose Aces

The 19ers fall short of making the postseason along with the Aces. The Kyle Elks are the league leaders heading into the playoffs after ending the season on a 17-1-0-0 record for first place.


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