YORKTON / WARMAN - The Yorkton Terrier winning streak came to an end Monday afternoon at the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League Showcase in Warman.
The Terriers had won their first four games and were looking to make it five straight when they took on Kindersley.
The Klippers would lead 1-0 after 20-minutes after Cash Arntswn scored with only 1:26 left in the opening stanza.
A short-handed effort by Karsten Kruska tied the game at 17:26 of the second period.
But, a powerplay marker by Brayden Koch at 15:37 of the third would salt the 2-1 win away for Kindersley.
Tommy Bouchard was in the Terrier net for the loss facing 35-shots, while Logan Falk recorded the win for the Klippers facing 27.
In related news Terrier Caleb Allen was named Sasktel Goalie of the Week for the week Sept. 19-25.
In two games for the week, the rookie goalie allowed just one goal, recorded his first shutout of the campaign, and was even credited for an empty net goal Sunday evening in the Terriers 3-0 win over the Nipawin Hawks.