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Junior Terriers win on home ice Friday

Kindersley visits Westland Insurance Arena
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After a shoot-out loss to Kindersley the Terriers hosted the Klippers again Friday. (File Photo)
YORKTON - The Kindersley Klippers made a return engagement to the Westland Insurance Arena to again face the Yorkton Terriers after the teams had met Tuesday with the visitors winning 3-2 in a shoot-out.

The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League game Friday started out a close affair with the teams playing through a scoreless first period.

The Terrier offence gained some traction in the second period with Clay Sleeva scoring at 15:52 and Tyson Janzen at 17:29 to give Yorkton a 2-0 after 40-minutes of play.

It was midway through the third period before the Klippers solved Bradley Mistol in the Yorkton net, Josh Pufahl scoring a short-handed effort at 11:18.

But that would be it for scoring as both Mistol for the Terriers and  Matthew Pesenti in the Kindersley net shut-the-door the rest of the way leaving Yorkton with a 2-1 win.

The Terriers will be back on home ice Saturday as the Melfort Mustangs are scheduled to visit.

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