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Estevan Apex U18 AA Bruins beat Swift Current in overtime

Busy weekends for U18 and U15 AA Bruins
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The Estevan Apex U18 AA Bruins won two of three games on the weekend.

ESTEVAN - The Estevan Apex U18 AA Bruins had a busy weekend, as they played three times in a three-day span. 

The Bruins defeated the Weyburn Wings 4-2 on Friday night. After Weyburn opened the scoring, Mason Fichter and James Mann scored in the first period, and Fichter and Carter Beck tallied in the second. 

Tallan Howie made 20 saves to get the victory. 

Estevan suffered its first regulation loss of the season Saturday in a 7-1 decision to the host Regina Vics. Beck had the Bruins lone goal late in the third. 

Ty Fehrenbach and Howie shared the goaltending duties.  

The Bruins recovered to beat the Swift Current Broncos 4-3 in overtime on Sunday night at Affinity Place. Kaden Chrest scored the winning goal with 49 seconds to play in extra time. Fichter had two goals for Estevan, and Beck opened the scoring for Estevan early in the first.

Fehrenbach made 19 saves for Estevan, who outshot the Broncos 58-22.

Estevan (9-1-1) will host the Notre Dame Argos on Nov. 5 at 5:15 p.m., and the Lumsden-Bethune Lions on Nov. 6 at 1:15 p.m. and Nov. 7 at 11:45 a.m. All games will be at Affinity Place.  


The Estevan TS&M U15 AA Bruins dropped all four games they played at the recent Graham Tuer Tournament in Regina. 

Estevan lost 18-0 to the Saskatoon Bandits on Thursday, 5-1 to the Swift Current Broncos and 6-1 to the Regina Aces on Friday, and 15-1 to the Brandon Wheat Kings on Saturday. 

Hayden Terrett had the goal against Swift Current and Brandon, while Peyton Phillips scored against Regina.

Jaxon Kuchinka and Chase Borreson split goaltending duties. Kuchinka had a 46-save effort against Swift Current, while Borreson made 47 stops against Regina.   

Estevan will visit the Warman Wildcats on Nov. 6 and the Martensville Marauders on Nov. 7.