It’s weekend two of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League preseason and the Yorkton Hyundai Terriers are once again playing a home-and-home set with Melville.
The teams played a set last weekend as well, with both games won by Yorkton.
The teams met tonight in Melville with Terrier Brett Kemp starting the scoring 3:30 into the opening frame.
At 9:13 Christian Adlys knotted the contest at a goal apiece, the 1-1 tie holding through the remainder of the first period.
Kishaun Gervais scored 4:40 in the middle stanza to reassert a one-goal Terrier lead.
Kemp was back to complete his hat trick on the night with goals at 10:49 and 16:50 to make it 4-1.
Gervais then potted his second of the night at 17:02 to send the teams to the dressing room with Yorkton up 5-1 after 40-minutes of play.
In the third Kemp was back to score his fourth goal of the contest just 24-seconds into the action.
The Mills finally got a response goal from Campbell McLean, 2:53 into the third period, with Jaydon Dureau adding a third Melville marker at 4:11 making it a 6-3 score early in the frame, but that would be it for scoring as the Terriers would head north on Highway #10 with their third straight won over Melville.
Philippe Bond was in the the nets for Yorkton
The teams meet again tomorrow (Saturday) at the Westland Arena in Yorkton.