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Terriers take a win and a loss in weekend games

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The Terriers bested the Kindersley Klippers with an overtime win on Nov. 29 at Westland Arena and suffered a shutout loss to the Humboldy Broncos on Nov. 26. (Stock Image)

YORKTON – The Yorkton Terriers hosted the Kindersley Klippers at Westland Arena on the evening of the Nov. 25, securing an overtime win.

The Klippers put themsevles on the board early in the first with goals from Jaydon Jessiman at 2:10 and Ethan Scriven at 4:49, with Scriven's goal being the result of a power play effort.  The Terriers' Clay Sleeva put the team back in the game, hitting the target at 10:54 and again at 19:38.

The lone goal of the second period came came from the Terriers' Jackson McDonnel at 11:29, giving the team a one goal lead to start the third.
At just 26 seconds into the third period The Klippers' Logan Linklater scored to tie the game.  The remainder of the period was a stalemate through several power play efforts, forcing the match into overtime.

The Terriers' Quintin Unreiner scored the winning goal for the team at 4:31.

Caleb Allen was in net for the win, facing 28 shots.

Cody Jaman was in net for the Klippers, taking on 39 shots and saving 35.

On Nov. 26 the Terriers travelled to Humboldt to face off against the Broncos at Elgar Petersen Arena.

The lone goal of the first period came from the Broncos' Alec Saretzky at 6:07 of the first on a power play effort.

The Broncos' Jeter Korte added to the team's lead, scoring at just 55 seconds into the second period,  followed up by another goal from teammate Samuel Marburg at 4:54.

Maddox Amaral scored the lone goal of the third period at 14:27 resulting in a 4-0 loss for the Terriers.  

Tysen Smith was in net for the Terriers, taking on 50 shots and saving 46.

Hayden Dunford was in net for the shutout win, saving 29 shots.

The Terriers will head to Weyburn on Nov. 29 to face off against the Red Wings and will visit Melfort on Dec. 2 to play the Mustangs before returning to home ice on Dec. 3 to host the Flin Flon Bombers.

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