Yorkton SJHL road win over Red Wings

The Yorkton Hyundai Terriers braved the cold temperatures and headed south to face Weyburn in Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League action.

Recent Terrier acquisition Connor Karo started things for Yorkton scoring 3:24 into the game.

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A powerplay effort by Chantz Petruic made it 2-0 at 6:01.

The hometown Wings cut the Terrier lead in half 11-seconds later on a goal by Jordan Gagnon.

But Yorkton would take a two-goal lead to the dressing room after 20-minutes of play after Petruic added his second of the night and 54th of the season at 16:59.

Ryan Granville scored 8:41 into the second period to extend the Terrier lead to 4-1, before Braden Birnie got that one back for Weyburn at 10:23.

With a scoreless third period the Terriers recorded a 4-2 road win.

Jacob Herman was in the Terrier net, for his first start with Yorkton facing 32 -shots.

Joseph Young was the losing netminder for the Red Wings facing 30 -shots.

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