Klippers get on another early hot streak

With a record of 7-3, Kindersley sits second in their division and tied for second overall in the SJHL standings

 

Tyler Traptow (16) and other members of the Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers converge on Devon Cyr after the forward opened the scoring on a power play during a 5-1 win on Oct. 2 versus the Nipawin Hawks at the West Central Events Centre. Cyr had a big game, scoring two goals and adding an assist as the Klippers downed the top-ranked junior A team in the country.

Kenneth Brown
of The Clarion

The Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers are on a three-game winning streak and the team is now preparing for a pair of home games this Friday and Saturday.

The Klippers rode into Flin Flon last weekend and won a pair of Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League games on back-to-back nights against the Bombers. The two road wins were a curtain call to a big win at home on Tuesday when the Klippers defeated the previously unbeaten Nipawin Hawks by a score of 5-1.

The game against the Hawks on Oct. 2 came after the Klippers had lost three of their four previous games after getting off to a hot start. The Klippers then travelled to Flin Flon for games on Friday and Saturday. Kindersley won by a score of 4-2 on Oct. 5 and 2-1 in a shootout on Oct. 6 to hit seven wins this season.

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