The season has come to a close for the Kindersley Klippers following Friday night's 3-2 loss in Game 5 to the Melfort Mustangs.
Klippers netminder Justen Close made 37 saves on 40 shots, while teammates Ty Enns and Caden Benson scored Kindersley's goals in the loss.
The Mustangs took the series 4 games to 1 and now await for the other 2nd round matchups to complete.
The Hawks and Terriers, Broncos versus Bruins and North Stars versus Bombers are all tied 3-3 in the quarterfinals heading into their 7th games tomorrow night.
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The Wilkie Outlaws had themselves a weekend to remember.
On Friday, the Outlaws became SWHL champions following Friday's 6-3 win in Game 3 against the Macklin Mohawks.
Wilkie swept the series 3-0 and will hold the SWHL title for a 5th consecutive season.
Then on Saturday, the Outlaws began their 3-game Senior B provincial finals with a 6-3 victory in Game 1 versus the Carnduff Red Devils in southeastern Saskatchewan. Game 2 is this Saturday in Wilkie.
The Rosetown Redwings played a pair of games over the weekend to help prepare them for the 2019 Allan Cup.
Friday in Wainwright saw the Redwings and Lacombe Generals end a thriller in double overtime when the Generals scored to take it 4-3 in the exhibition clash.
Yesterday, the Wings were back on home ice for a game against the Sask Senior All-Stars, winning it 8-4.
Rosetown will be the representatives of Saskatchewan at this year's Allan Cup from April 8th to 13th in Lacombe, Alberta.
After an unforgettable regular season for the Delisle Chiefs, their shot at their first PJHL title was surprisingly cut short by the Saskatoon Quakers.
Saturday saw the Chiefs lose 6-1 to the Quakers in Delisle, with the Saskatoon club winning the division finals series 4 games to 1.
With the Chiefs out of the playoffs, this year's league finals will be the Saskatoon Quakers up against the defending-champion Regina Capitals in a best-of-7.
The Kyle Elks have a 2-1 series lead in the SVHL Finals after Friday's 3-1 win in Eston in Game 3. The Elks can repeat as Sask Valley champions if they win Game 4 tomorrow night back in Eston.
They're also in this year's Senior D Provincial Finals versus the Edam Three Stars with Game 1 taking place on Saturday in Turtleford. After trailing Edam 3-0, the Elks came back to win the game 5-4 for a 1-0 series lead.
Kyle and Edam play next at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday at the Kyle Sports Centre.
Sherry Anderson and her Saskatchewan rink are undefeated so far at the 2019 Canadian Senior Curling Championships in Chilliwack, BC.
Saskatchewan picked up wins against Northwest Territories, Quebec, Northern Ontario, British Columbia and Nunavut to post a 5 and O record after the weekend.
The women will cap off the round robin with an afternoon game at 3:00 p.m. today versus Alberta.
At this year's World Women's Curling Championships held in Denmark, Chelsea Carey's Team Canada squad fell short of making the playoffs after losing to eventual winners Switzerland 7-6 in a qualification match.
The Canadians miss out on the playoffs at the World Championships for the first time since 1999.
Switzerland won gold after beating Sweden 8-7 in the gold medal game.