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Big Six schedule resumes with full slate of 10 games

Bienfait, Oxbow and Redvers each win three times.
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The Big Six Hockey League had a busy schedule on the weekend.

SOUTHEAST SASKATCHEWAN - The Christmas break is over in the Big Six Hockey League, and teams were busy on the weekend with a total of 10 games.

The Oxbow Huskies had a great weekend with two victories, the first being a 6-3 win over the Carnduff Red Devils in a clash of two of the league’s top teams. Liam Rutten scored twice, and Colton Schell, Blake Brooks, Derek Cooney and Jordan Cooney also had goals for Oxbow.

Matthew Plews, Kyle Garagan and Brandon Trask had the Carnduff goals. 

Cody Levesque was the Oxbow goalie, while Cody Dumaine was in goal for Carnduff.

Also on Friday, the Bienfait Coalers edged the Kipling-Windthorst Oil Kings 6-5 in the first of two weekend wins for Bienfait. Erik McKersie had two goals for Bienfait, and Kyle Salaway, Derian Pratt, Kaelan Holt and Ryan Curzon had the Coalers’ other goals. Zack Miller was in goal for Bienfait.

Drew Czerwonka had two goals for the Oil Kings. Dan Loffler had a goal and three assists, and Luc Englot and Brandon Munro also scored. Dylan Dedecker was the Oil Kings’ goalie.

The Redvers Rockets rallied from an early 3-0 deficit to knock off the Midale Mustangs 8-5, and pick up the first of two wins on the weekend.

Braeden Magotiaux had three goals and an assist for Redvers, and Jordon Miller scored twice and added four assists. Oliver Poirier, Presten Kopeck and Drew Hoff had the other Redvers goals.

Steven Lindenbach had two goals and two assists for Redvers, while Zach Holzer, Terran Holzer and Alex Bechtold also scored.

Thomas Bauche (Redvers) and Talen King (Midale) were the goalies.

The Moosomin Rangers doubled up the Yellow Grass Wheat Kings 4-2. Carter Sawchuck, Dawson Springer, Bud Holloway and Jacob Piller had the Moosomin goals.

Dylan Frey and Conor Lafoy had the Yellow Grass markers.

Kyler Beckett was the Moosomin goalie, while Tanner Erickson was in goal for Yellow Grass.

The following day, the Huskies upended the Arcola-Kisbey Combines 6-2. Schell had two goals, and Jordan Cooney, Joey Meredith, Trey Mathison and Blake Brooks had the other goals.

Austin Fleck had both goals for the Combines.

Drew Fenwick was in goal for Oxbow, while Keegan Mitchell was the Combines’ goalie.

The Rockets, meanwhile, scored six times in the third period and trounced the Rangers 8-1. Drew Hoff had three goals and a helper, while Kopeck had two goals and three assists. Miller scored twice and Magotiaux also scored.

Holloway had the lone Moosomin goal.

Cody Matthewson (Redvers) and Levi Horn (Moosomin) were the goalies.

The Carlyle Cougars defeated the Wheat Kings 4-2. Nathan Deck had two goals for Carlyle, and Jon Gaudet and Derek Fleck also scored. Landon Audet was the Cougars’ goalie.

Zach Douglas and Kyle Mryglod scored for Yellow Grass. Tanner Erickson was in goal for the Wheat Kings.

In Saturday’s other game, the Mustangs routed the Wawota Flyers 10-4.

Lindenbach had two goals and two assists, while Kendall Oliver also scored twice. Braxton Dukart, Logan King, Matt Geske, Brad Tomiski, Holzer and Tayler Thompson also scored. Thompson added five assists.

Aron Bourgon, Devin Stewart, Jesse Gabrielle and Walker Porter had Wawota’s markers.

Talen King was in goal for Midale, and Zach Lees was the Flyers’ goalie.

The Coalers edged the Flyers 4-3 on Sunday night. Taysen Holt scored twice, including the winner midway through the third period. Wyatt Garagan also had two goals.

Stewart, Bourgon and Parker Sweeting had Wawota’s goals.

Miller (Bienfait) and Kye Steinke (Wawota) were in goal.

The Carnduff Red Devils blanked the Combines 9-0. Plews, Garagan, Trask, Matthew Audette, Jackson O’Brien, Cole Berreth, Devon Carriere, Mark Moriarty and Justin Smith had the Carnduff goals.

Mason Plews earned the shutout for Carnduff, while Zac Eaton was in goal for Arcola-Kisbey.

Redvers (11-1) and Oxbow (11-1) are tied for first in the standings, with Carnduff (10-4) in third and Moosomin (9-3) fourth. Carlyle (6-5-1) sits fifth, followed by Bienfait (6-5), Midale (5-7-1), Yellow Grass (4-6-1), Wawota (4-7-1), Kipling-Windthorst (2-12) and Arcola-Kisbey (0-13).

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