The Yorkton Hyundai Terriers were back on the road for action Tuesday.
The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League contest saw the Terriers facing off in Kindersley against the Klippers.
Scott McKenzie started the scoring on the powerplay for the home team at 11:04 of the opening period.
Fifty-seconds later Jordan Guiney scored for the Terriers to tie the contest.
The second period saw only one-goal scored, that by Tyler Traptow.
Trailing 2-1 headed to the third the Terrier offence took over. Guiney tied the game 2-2 with a marker at 15:52.
Yorkton’s winning goal came at 19:03 when Chantz Petruic scored his 24th of the season.
Philippe Bond was the winning netminder for Yorkton facing 47-shots.
Matthew Pesenti and Hudson Killem both played in the loss for the Klippers facing 28-shots.
The win leaves the Terriers with a 13-10-1 record and 27 points, nine points better than Melville with 18 in the SJHL’s Viterra Division. Weyburn and Estevan are tied with 17 points.