The Yorkton Terriers have extended their first place cushion to 9 points in the SJHL Sherwood Conference standings, after a 5-1 win over Weyburn on Thursday night.
It was 5-0 Terriers after two periods, and Keegan Bruce snapped Devin Peters' shutout bid with 10:01 remaining on the PP, as the Terriers, and Peters, gave up just one goal for a second straight game. Peters stopped 28/29 shots.
Clarke Breitkreuz had 2g-1a to lead the Terriers, while Craig Eisenhut, Riley Paterson and Brent Struble also found the net, and Davis Vandane had a pair of assists.
Yorkton gets Friday off, and host Kindersley in another Sherwood Division matchup on Saturday.
The Wayway Wolverines got out of a funk, winning for the first time in almost two weeks, 6-0 over OCN.
Riley Feser picked up his first MJHL shutout, and only had to make 17 saves in doing so.
Paul Vandevelde had a goal and two assists, Shane Goodrunning scored his team-high 19th, while Ryan Duhaime, Brett Pinkerton, Ashley Howie and Andrew Bergmann all scored.
The Wolverines went 2/7 on the PP, with Pinkerton notching his team-leading 6th powerplay goal.
Wayway's back to within 6 points of Dauphin for 5th spot in the Sherwood, at 10-15-4, and look to make it back to back wins on home ice, when they welcome the Steinbach Pistons on Saturday.