It was another edition of a Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League dog fight at the Farrell Agencies Arena tonight.
The Yorkton Terriers and Notre Dame Hounds were knotted in a scoreless tie until Chantz Petruic was awarded a penalty shot at 17:03, putting the shot past Notre Dame netminder Riley Kohnick for a 1-0 Terrier lead.
It took the Hounds only 1:41 into the second to tie the contest on a goal by Guillaume St. Onge.
Carson Henry restored the Terrier lead with a goal at 4:22, and then Petruic made it 3-1 at 7:25.
Jake Dale and Cole Stevenson scored for the Hounds and it was 3-3 late in the middle frame.
But the Terriers would again be up one sitting in their dressing room between periods as Alex Zawatsky scored with 53-seconds left on the clock for a 4-3 margin for Yorkton through 40-minutes of play.
The Terrier lead was extended to 5-3 at 11:23 of the third period when Tyson Janzen scored a short-handed effort.
A powerpay marker by Ethan Robson at 15:35 made it a 6-3, which is the way the game would conclude.
Kohonick took the loss in the Notre Dame net facing 30-shots, while Cooper Kennedy earned the win for the Terriers facing 25-shots.