The Yorkton Hyundai Terriers played a rare Monday night game, hosting Weyburn at the Farrell Agencies Arena.
The Terriers started the scoring on a first period goal by Tyson Janzen 9:26 into the game.
A powerplay effort by Dante Ballarin tied the contest 1-1 at 17:46.
The eventual game-winner was potted with 58-seconds left in the second period, an effort from Steve Norrum to make it 2-1 for Yorkton,
Colby Vranai added an unassisted marker at 15:15 to round out a 3-1 Terrier win.
Matthew Presenti was the winning netminder facing 24-shots in the Yorkton net.
Joseph Young was tagged with the loss facing 40-shots for the Red Wings.
The Terriers sit atop the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League’s Viterra Division with a 29-19-1-1 record and 60 points, eight better than second place Estevan with 52, with Weyburn third with 41 points, and Melville last with 36 points.