It was a night of broken streaks in the SJHL Tuesday night, as the Humboldt Broncos and Nipawin Hawks both lost on the road.

For the Hawks, their loss came at the hands of the Kindersley Klippers. The Klippers came out firing, and took an early 3-0 lead, before coasting to a 5-1 victory over Nipawin.

Devon Cyr had a pair of goals for Kindersley and added an assist. Nate Keeley helping out as well with a pair of assists. The big point-getter for the Klippers, though, was Caden Benson, who tallied a goal and three assists.

For the Hawks, Declan Hobbs took the loss in the crease. Their lone goal came courtesy Eric Sorensen.

In the other game, it was a barnburner in Yorkton, as the Terriers and Humboldt combined for 15 goals. Yorkton came out on top with an 8-7 win in overtime.

Chantz Petruic was the hero in the extra time, but the big story was the goal scoring from Riker Franczak and Jared Legien. Franczak had a hat trick for the Broncos in the loss, while Legien scored four goals himself, including the game-tying goal to force overtime with 37 seconds left in the third period.

Brayden Camrud also had a strong game, scoring a pair of goals and adding three assists for Humboldt.

It will be a quieter night again in the SJHL Wednesday night, with just a pair of games. Nipawin will be in the Battlefords to take on the North Stars, while the Notre Dame Hounds host the Estevan Bruins.