Rosetown's AAA Redwings had a busy weekend hosting the Innisfail Eagles at the Banner Barn in Rosetown.
The two teams started the weekend facing off on Saturday night where the Eagles scored the first goal and that was where their luck ended. The Redwings retaliated, scoring three back to back goals. In the second period the Redwings kept up the momentum and scored a fourth goal.
The Redwings finished the game in the third when they got three more goals in the Eagles net, bringing the total to 7 to 1 for Rosetown.
On Sunday afternoon, Rosetown won their 6th game of the season with a 5-0 win over the Innisfail Eagles.
In the Saskatchewan Juniors Hockey League (SJHL), the Kindersley Klippers were on the road for two away games that didn't end well.
On Friday night, they went up against the Weyburn Red Wings. They ended the game with the most shots on net, but unfortunately they weren't able to score and lost 2-0.
Hoping to have brushed off the bad luck, the Klippers headed to Estevan to take on the Bruins.
The game started off strong with Kindersley getting a goal in the both the 1st and the 2nd period. Estevan was trailing 2-1 going into the 3rd. The Klippers were unable to hold the lead in the 3rd as the Bruins tied the game up to eventually win it in a shootout.
The Klippers are back on the road Wednesday in Melfort before they play their next four games at home.
The Saskatchewan West Hockey League (SWHL) opened the 2018-2019 season with games over the weekend.
Wilkie's Outlaws started the weekend off by beating the Luseland Mallards 12-4 in front of a home crowd.
The Unity Miners also took home ice to face off against the Biggar Nationals. Biggar came out on top 6-3.
Hoping to keep the winning streak alive, the Nationals hosted the Kindersley Sr. Klippers on Saturday night. The game, which was broadcast over 1330 and 1210 on the AM dial, started off with a huge lead for the Klippers who took all 3 goals in the 1st period. Both teams fought to score in period number 2, with Biggar potting a couple to make it 3-2. In the third, both teams scored a goal each including a marker from Nationals forward Dylan Smith to make it 4-3. It wasn't enough for the Nationals though as Kindersley won 4-3 on the road.
Other games on Saturday night consisted of Wilkie beating the Macklin Mohawks 9-4 in Wilkie and Unity winning 8-3 in front of a home crowd over Luseland.
The Delisle Chiefs and the West Central Rage each had a game over the weekend.
The Chiefs played in Saskatoon on Friday night. They went up against the Saskatoon Royals where they came out on top with a final score of 6 to 5.
West Central Rage weren't as lucky with their game on Saturday night when they played the Saskatoon Westley's.The Rage traveled to Saskatoon only to lose 5 to 1.
Both the Delisle Chiefs and the West Central Rage play in the Prairie Junior Hockey League (PJHL)