The U18 AA John Hulbert Construction Wings played a pair of games on the weekend in Yorkton. The squad was hoping to continue their winning streak, but after a pair of high-scoring games, with 24 goals being scored between the two teams over the two games, the Wings came away empty-handed.  

In the game Saturday night, the Wings outshot the Terriers, and the game was tied heading into the third period before the Terriers would score early in the period, and held on to pick up a 5-4 victory. 

The Wings had two goals from Ryker Watt, along with a goal from Cooper Walbaum and another from Donavin Mellon.  

Sunday afternoon, the two teams played again. 

Weyburn found themselves with a lead heading into the third period, but three goals from the home side helped them to an 8-7 victory. 

Weyburn saw Cooper Walbaum score twice, with Grier Peterson, Noah Kopec, Jhett Grohn, Ty Boren and Karter Haupstein also tallying in the loss.  

The Wings now have a record of 15-7-1-1 on the season and are six points back of the Regina Capitals for first place in the SAAHL. They are back in action this coming Saturday when they visit the Estevan Bruins. 


The U18 AA Southeast Aaron Well Servicing Gold Wings travelling to Melville on Saturday to take on the Parkland Fire. The Gold Wings jumped out to an early lead and skated to a 5-1 victory.  

Katelyn Thackeray recorded a hat trick in the victory, while Presleigh Runge and Beau Chisholm also scored.  

The U18 AA Gold Wings are back in action on Sunday, when they host Parkland Fire in Midale. 


The U15 AA Annugas Wings were at home for a pair of games on the weekend. Saturday, they entertained the North West Stars at Crescent Point Place and followed it up with a matinee game against the Regina Pat Blues Sunday.  

Saturday, the North West Stars scored three goals to rally back, skating to a 5-4 victory. The Wings had a pair of goals from Brennan Brown, with Langston Gold and Ryder Gilroy scoring a goal each in the loss. 

In the game Sunday against the Regina Pat Blues, the Pat Blues took the lead in the first period, but the Wings would come back to tie the game. Nothing was solved in overtime, though, and the match-up finished tied 3-3. 

Morgan Lacoste led the way for the Wings, scoring twice. Gilroy also scored in the game. Conner Brady made 15 saves in the third period and overtime to preserve the draw.  

The U15 AA Wings play their last game before Christmas this coming Saturday when they host the Swift Current Broncos at Crescent Point Place. 


The U15 AA Whitecap Gold Wings were at home for a pair of games against the Regina Rebels on the weekend. Saturday saw a thrilling game that went to overtime, with neither team being able to solve the goaltenders in overtime or regulation. The game Sunday, however, saw the Regina Rebels pick up the win.  

In Saturday’s game, Southeast’s Kiera Barker turned aside every shot she faced in regulation, and overtime, as did her counterpart from Regina, Cypress Classen. The two teams weren’t able to solve anything in 60 minutes despite a number of good opportunities. The overtime period didn’t solve anything either, with the final score ending up 0-0. 

Sunday afternoon, the Rebels came out flying, though, and would skate away with a 5-1 victory. Hadley Gerle scored the lone goal for the Gold Wings in the loss. 

The U15 AA Gold Wings are now off until the new year, with their next game being January 6th in Regina against the Rebels. 


The U13 Young Fellow Gold Wings were in Estevan to take on the Bearcats 1 squad Saturday.  

The Gold Wings would pick up the victory on the strength of five second-period goals, moving into first place in the SaskFHL’s South Central Division.  

Nelleke Vogel finished the game with a hat trick, while Payton Roth scored twice and added two helpers. Jaya Clark also had two goals in the win, with the other goal coming courtesy of Natalie Molde. 

The U13 Young Fellow Gold Wings will be back on the ice Wednesday night when they host the Madville Huskies.