Klippers rebound from rough games after break

SJHL team is first in its division and second overall

 

Kyle Bosch of the Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers shoots to score his second of three goals in the team’s 6-5 overtime loss to the La Ronge Ice Wolves on Jan. 4 at the West Central Events Centre. Bosch recorded six points (4G, 2A) in two games on the weekend, along with 12 points in his past six games, and he was named the SJHL Player of the Week on Monday.

Kenneth Brown
of The Clarion

The Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers look to be back on track after a shutout win following an overtime loss on home ice versus the league’s worst team.

Kindersley has played four games since coming off a 12-day break over the holidays. The Klippers are 2-1-1-0 since the break, and it has been a tough welcome back to the ice. However, the team is first in its division and second overall after 38 games.

The Klippers played a pair of games against the Battlefords North Stars to close out 2018, but it was a tough two games against the rival. Battlefords won 4-2 in Kindersley on Dec. 28, but the Klippers battled to pick up a 3-2 win in overtime on the next day in North Battleford.

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