WEYBURN - The Yorkton Terriers went into Weyburn Saturday and two quick goals would prove all they needed for a road win.
Carson Henry struck first for Yorkton only 3:34 into the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League contest.
Thirteen seconds later it was 2-0 on a goal by Greg Nelson.
The middle stanza was a scoreless affair.
It would take only 21 seconds into the third period for the Terriers to extend their lead to 3-0 on a goal by Kishaun Gervais.
The home side finally got onto the scoresheet at 9:41 when Kirk Mullen scored an unassisted effort that would be the only Red Wing marker of the game.
Yorkton would add an empty net goal by Steve Norum at 19:21 to make it a 4-1 final.
Kael Depape was in net for the win, stopping 19-of-20 shots for the Terriers, while Dazza Mitchell took the loss for the Red Wings facing 47-shots.
The Terriers play in Nipawin next (Feb. 27).