ESTEVAN - The Estevan Apex U18 AA Bruins continued to roll in league play, winning three times in three days.
Estevan started with a 5-1 win over the Notre Dame Hounds in Wilcox on Friday night. Ryder Miller, Emmett McCarthy, Kobe Wotta, Carter Beck and Tayson Dietze had Estevan’s goals, while Ty Fehrenbach made 26 saves to get the victory.
The following day, Estevan edged the Regina Vics 3-2. McCarthy’s second of the game midway through the third period proved to be the game winner. He also assisted on Estevan’s other goal, scored by Talys Brock.
Ty Fehrenbach stopped 29 saves to get the win.
The Bruins returned to Wilcox on Sunday and defeated the Hounds 4-3 in overtime. Declyn Henderson scored his second of the game 22 seconds into the extra session to lift Estevan to the win.
McCarthy and Jordan Marcotte also scored.
Carley stopped 22 shots to get the win.
Estevan (24-3-3) will visit the Vics again on Jan. 28 and Weyburn on Jan. 29. They lead the Saskatchewan AA Hockey league’s U18 division with 51 points.
The Estevan TS&M U15 AA Bruins dropped a 7-1 decision to the Regina Pat Blues on Saturday in Regina.
Gunner Moore had Estevan’s lone goal.
Jaxon Kuchinka made 23 saves and also assisted on Moore’s goal.
Estevan (4-13-2-1) will visit the Prairie Storm on Jan. 29 in Southey.
The Estevan Meter U13 AA Bruins edged the Regina Blues 5-4 on Friday.
Caleb Crossman had the winner midway through the third period. Mason Schmidt scored twice, while Owen Light and Logan Hunt also had goals.
Easton Pushie stopped 41 of the 45 shots he faced to get the win.
Estevan (3-17) will visit the Swift Current Broncos on Jan. 28 and the Regina Mustangs the following day.
The Estevan Ironside Energy U11 AA Bruins went 2-2 at the George Watson Tournament in Regina. Penn Tytlandsvik’s third goal of the game gave the Bruins a 5-2 edge, and they held on for the victory. Ethan Phillips had Estevan’s other goals, and added two assists.
Their next game was an 8-5 loss to the Saskatoon Sonic Aces. Phillips had three goals and Tytlandsvik and Braxton Shier also scored.
Their third game was a 10-5 win over the Regina Mustangs. Phillips had four goals and two assists while Tytlandsvik had three goals and two helpers. Shier, Nash Cameron and Kase Salkheld also scored for Estevan.
Their final game was an 8-3 loss to the Saskatoon Kodiak Aces. Phillips had two goals and Kolter Snell also scored.
Ty Blackburn was in goal for the first and fourth games, while Jack Holden was the goalie for the second and third games.