On a line with Dane Bonish and Michael Jordan, Brayden Metz (pictured) played likely his best game of the season, recording 2 assists in a 4-2 Mils win over the Nipawin Hawks Tuesday night.
Jordan, along with Logan Herauf and Matt Kinnunen all had a goal and an assist, while Cody Hanson rounded out the scoring.
Tanner Dusyk and David Skagen tallied for Nipawin, while Chris Jackson made 36/38 saves in the victory.
The Millionaires are one game below .500 on the season now (15-16-2-1), and back above .500 at home (8-7-1-1). Doing some digging earlier today I found the Mils were 43-13-1 on home ice over the previous two seasons, but had struggled at the Stadium with a .500 mark at home before Tuesday.
The Yorkton Terriers are the first SJHL team to hit the Christmas Break, and they do so on a bit of a cold streak, having lost three straight and five of seven in December, while scoring just 10 goals in those 7 games.
Kevin Stringfellow scored in the third period of Tuesday's 2-1 loss to the Weyburn Red Wings.
The Terriers hit the break at 17-17-3-0, and are off until New Year's Day when they head to Melville.
The Wayway Wolverines had ice problems and weren't able to play their home game against OCN. Already forced to make up 5 games due to sickness earlier in the year... the Wolverines are now forced to deal with yet another makeup game.