The U18 AA John Hulbert Construction Wings played three games in three days on the weekend and came away with three victories, including two at home. 

Friday night, the Wings were in Emerald Park to take on Prairie Storm. Two goals a period helped lift the Wings to a 6-1 victory. 

Cooper Walbaum would open the scoring just 3:45 into the game, assisted by Ty Boren and Ryder Wesson.  

Prairie Storm responded with a power play marker at the 9:08 mark as Ty Peters got the puck past Adam Charlton, but it would be all the offence they would find in the game. 

Just 24 seconds later, Ryker Watt would score to make it 2-1 Weyburn, assisted by Boren and Walbaum.  

The Wings continued the pressure in the second and it paid off. Levi Kreinke score at the 6:35 mark, assisted by Donavin Mellon. Walbaum then scored his second of the game with 5:22 left to play in the period. The power play goal was assisted by Watt and Boren.  

Mellon would score a goal of his own, shorthanded, just 5:43 into the third period. The helper on the goal was credited to Silas Stein. The game finished up with Noah Kopec scoring with 2:30 left to play. Grier Peterson had the assist on the goal. 

Saturday, the Wings returned home for the first of two games at Crescent Point Place on the weekend, with the Melville Millionaires in town. Three third period goals lifted the Wings to a 5-3 victory. 

The scoring in the first period all came courtesy of Ryker Watt. He scored 2:30 into the game, assisted by Karter Haupstein and Cooper Walbaum. Then, with 2:51 to go in the period, Watt scored again, this time on the power play. He was assisted by Haupstein on the goal. 

In the second period, Melville bounced back.  

Logan Halarewich scored just 46 seconds into the period, on the power play, to cut the Weyburn lead in half. Then, Michael Romanchook made it 2-2 when he scored at the 8:08 mark. 

Weyburn regained the lead early in the third period. Boren scored just four minutes in, assisted by Greysen Goudy, to make it 3-2.  

Melville wasn’t done yet, though, as just 23 seconds later, Romanchook scored his second of the game to make it 3-3. It would be closest the Millionaires came to taking the lead all game. 

Walbaum scored at the 8:37 mark, assisted by Peterson and Wesson, then Stein scored a goal of his own assisted by Watt and Walbaum. The goal, scored on the power play, came with 5:38 to play and lifted the Wings to the 5-3 victory. 

The Moose Jaw Warriors were in town Sunday afternoon. The Wings would bounce back from two deficits to skate to a 4-2 victory. 

The game started with Moose Jaw’s Erik Tittemore scoring on the power play 4:17 into the game. 

Weyburn responded in short order, though, as Boren found the back of the net just 55 seconds later to even things up. Watt and Walbaum assisted on the goal. 

The lone goal of the second period was scored by Moose Jaw to again give them the lead. Marc Belanger beat Charlton on the power play with just 3:16 left to play to make it 2-1 for the warriors.  

The Wings roared back in the third. 

Mellon scored at the 7:02 mark, assisted by Peterson and Lane Batters, to make it 2-2. Then, Boren scored with 9:22 left to play in the game, assisted by Watt and Walbaum, to give Weyburn the lead. It was followed by a goal from Stein with 19 seconds left to play, assisted by Wesson, to make it a 4-2 final. 

With the trio of wins on the weekend, the Wings are now 9-4-0-1 on the season and are in third place in the South Division of the SAAHL.