Terriers get revenge on Kindersley in Canora

The Yorkton Hyundai Terriers met the Kindersley Klippers for the second time this week at the Hockey Night in Canora event at the Canora Civic Centre. There was no love lost between the two teams, as an aggressive contest ensued.

 

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Kindersley started strong in the first, with an unassisted goal from Jaxon Georget kicking off scoring. By the end of the first they were up by two with Noah Lindsay, assisted by Boston Maxwell, getting the second notch on the board.

 

It took until the second for Yorkton to score, with Chantz Petruic assisted by Alec Zawatsky, getting the Terriers’ first goal of the game.

 

Zawatsky tied it up in the third, with Petruic getting the assist with Keenan Taphorn.

 

But the tie was not the only story of the third period. Both teams were getting penalties across the board, with a total of 38 minutes of penalties between the two teams.

 

In overtime it was Petruic who saved the day, getting the goal and taking the overtime win for the Terriers.

 

Goaltender Ryan Ouellette took the win for the Terriers, with 34 saves of 36 shots. Matt Sankner took the loss for Kindersley, saving 48 of 51 shots.

 

The Terriers next travel to Pinehouse to take on the La Ronge Ice Wolves. The team will then be on a road trip, with stops in Nipawin and Melfort before finally coming home again on Dec. 11.

 
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