The Yorkton Hyundai Terriers were in action on home ice tonight, hosting the Melfort Mustangs in Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League action.
The Terriers took a home ice lead with the only goal of the first period, a marker from Alec Zawatsky at 17:52.
The 1-0 lead would hold through a scoreless second.
In the third it took only 47-seconds for Keenan Taphorn to make it a 2-0 lead for the home side.
At 4:34 a powerplay effort from Steven Norum extended the margin to 3-0.
The shut-out bid by Terrier netminder Philippe Bond was erased at 16:34 when the Mustangs finally used a powerplay of its own to get on the board. Alex Rondeau scored the goal, but that would be it for scoring as Yorkton finished with a 3-1 win.
Overall, Bond faced 30-shots in the win.
Shawn Parkinson took the loss in the Melfort net facing 27.