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Nine games and lots of goals in the Big Six Hockey League

Carnduff Red Devils and Carlyle Cougars are no longer unbeaten.
It was another busy weekend in the Big Six Hockey League.

SOUTHEAST SASKATCHEWAN - The Big Six Hockey League had a full slate of nine games on the weekend.

The Carnduff Red Devils went into Carlyle and doubled up the Cougars 6-3 in a game between two teams that were unbeaten heading into the contest. Cooper Fox opened the scoring for Carlyle, but Matthew Plews scored twice in the first and added another in the second, while Brandon Task also scored in the middle frame to give the Red Devils a 4-1 lead through two periods.

Justin Hollinger and Tanner Reynolds scored for Carnduff in the third, while Jon Gaudet and Austin Bourhis had goals for Carlyle in the final frame.

Cody Dumaine was in goal for Carnduff, and Ryan Kulyk and Zane Winter shared Carlyle’s goaltending duties.

Also on Friday, the Moosomin Rangers upended the Bienfait Coalers 8-3. Ryan Curzon and Jordan Ross scored for Bienfait in the opening three minutes of the game, but then Moosomin took over with three goals by Carter Sawchuk, two by Dawson Springer, and individual markers by Drayson Skulmoski, Bud Holloway and Monty Driver.

Wyatt Garagan had Bienfait’s other goal.

Kyler Beckett (Moosomin) and Colin Quennelle (Bienfait) were the goalies.

The Wawota Flyers defeated the Arcola-Kisbey Combines 12-2. Jesse Gabrielle scored 14 seconds into the game and finished with four goals and three assists on the night. Dylan Lamontagne and Jordan Fox had two goals each, while Ayden Lawless, Brady Dinwoodie, Devin Stewart and Corey Ratt also scored.

Reece Kent and Maverick Gusikoski had the Combines’ goals.

Zach Lees was in goal for Wawota, while Zac Eaton and Evan Hauber shared the Combines’ goaltending duties. 

The Redvers Rockets knocked off the Kipling-Windthorst Oil Kings 7-3. Jordon Miller scored twice for the Rockets, and Bradey Fidierchuk, Craig Gaudet, Presten Kopeck, Colby Potapinski and Braeden Magotiaux also scored.

James Schaeffer, Brandon Munro and Quentin Sproat had the Oil Kings’ goals.

Thomas Bauche (Redvers) and Austin Toth (Kipling-Windthorst) were in goal.

Four games were played on Saturday. The Rangers handed the Red Devils their first loss in seven games this season in a 9-7 decision. Holloway scored twice, while Springer, Sawchuk,  Drew Schiller, Jevon Schwean, Paul Stapleton, Blake Rasmuson and Brayden Nabholz also scored for Moosomin.

Devon Carriere and Ben Hiltz each scored twice for Carnduff, while Trevor Geiger, Braden Dumaine and Tanner Reynolds had the other Red Devils’ goals.

Cody Dumaine (Carnduff) and Levi Horn (Moosomin) were the goalies.

The Combines suffered another 12-2 defeat, this time against the Rockets. Kenton Miller had four goals in the romp, and John Potapinski and Braeden Magotiaux each scored twice. Gaudet, Justin Perreaux, Oliver Poirier and Jordon Miller also scored.

Lucas Fleck and Austin Fleck had the Combines’ goals.

Robbie Boutin was in goal for Redvers, and Zac Eaton was the Combines’ goaltender. 

The Midale Mustangs routed the Oil Kings 9-3. Steven Lindenbach and Devon Johnson each finished with hat tricks for Midale. Connor Burk scored twice and Austin Russell had a goal.

Munro, Drew Czerwonka and Dan Loffler scored for the Oil Kings.

Toth was in goal for the Oil Kings, and Talen King was the Mustangs’ goalie.

The Yellow Grass Wheat Kings picked up their first win of the season in a 4-3 overtime victory over Wawota. Conor Lafoy scored the winner 1:59 into the extra frame.

All of the other goals came in the first period. Ethan Klebeck, Jesse Watson and Dylan Frey scored for the Wheat Kings.

Gabrielle scored twice and Devin Stewart also scored for Wawota.

Sunday’s lone game saw the Coalers edge the Cougars 5-4 in a shootout. Klae Bayda scored twice for Bienfait and also had the shootout winner. Kaelan Holt and Wyatt Garagan notched the other Coalers’ goals.

Jon Gaudet had two goals for Carlyle. Billy Greenwood and Nathan Deck had the other tallies.

Zack Miller was in goal for Bienfait, while Landon Audet was the Carlyle goalie.

Eight games are on the docket for the upcoming weekend. The Oxbow Huskies – the lone unbeaten team left in the league – will host the Rockets on Dec. 2. Also scheduled are the Red Devils at the Flyers, the Mustangs at the Oil Kings and the Coalers at the Rangers.

The games on Dec. 3 are the Flyers at the Mustangs, the Oil Kings at the Cougars, and the Huskies at the Red Devils. The lone game for Dec. 4 is the Coalers at the Wheat Kings.

All games are to start at 8 p.m.

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