The Kindersley Klippers took part in one game over the weekend. Friday night, the Battlefords North Stars were in town and came out of the West Central Events Centre with a 3-1 win over the Klippers.
With a 3-2 overtime win over the Notre Dame Hounds on Saturday, the North Stars have taken over first place in the division from the Klippers with 56 points to Kindersley's 55 points.
Kindersley will have a shot at revenge tomorrow night in North Battleford when they visit the North Stars at 7:30 p.m.
The Rosetown AAA Redwings had only one game to focus on this weekend. Saturday night, the Redwings were back at home hosting the Stony Plain Eagles in what was a heated affair between the two clubs.
Stony Plain tied the game up 4-4 in the third with two powerplay goals to give the fans some free hockey. But the Redwings prevailed in the end with a shootout winner from Kyle Ireland to give Rosetown a 5-4 shootout win at home. Four points separate the Redwings from the second place Lacombe Generals.
The Redwings are on the road this weekend with games in Lacombe and Innisfail.
Friday night, the Macklin Mohawks snatched two points in Luseland with an 8-3 victory against the Mallards. Meanwhile, the Kindersley Sr. Klippers dropped their second in a row, falling 6-5 in a shootout versus the Biggar Nationals.
The Mohawks put out another two-point performance on Saturday at home with a 6-1 win over the Mallards. Macklin completed their perfect weekend by holding off a late comeback from the Unity Miners and winning 4-3.
A six-point weekend has propelled the Mohawks to third place in the league standings, now four points up on the Nationals. The Wilkie Outlaws trail the Klippers for first place in the league standings by five points but have played two less games.
The Delisle Chiefs continue to keep one win in the losses category after their two wins from the weekend.
Against a struggling Prince Albert Titans team, the Chiefs held on for a 5-2 win on Friday night at the Delisle Arena. Saturday, a neutral ice game in Dodsland finished in the Chiefs cruising to a 7-1 win over the West Central Rage.
The Rage were able to rebound on Sunday afternoon, though. Three goals in both the second and third periods helped West Central collect their own 7-1 against the Titans in Prince Albert.
West Central is in the bottom half of the Bob Dybvig Division with 33 points, one back of the Saskatoon Royals for fourth. Delisle is riding high with 62 points top spot in both the division and league standings.
Friday night, the Beecy Bombers lost out to the Eston Ramblers 9-6; Elrose's woes continued with a 5-1 loss at the hands of the Lucky Lake Lakers; and the Outlook Ice Hawks pulled away with a 5-2 win over the Kenaston Blizzards.
In Saturday's matchups, the Loreburn 19ers doubled up the Elrose Aces 8-4; the Central Butte Flyers were unable to tame Kyle's offence as the Elks blasted them 13-1; and the Ramblers rolled to a 5-3 win against Lucky Lake.
Sunday's lone game finished with the Delisle Bruins handing the Aces their 14th loss of the season with a 7-2 win.