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A long undefeated streak for the Kindersley Sr. Klippers remains in tact after two close games and a disallowed goal in overtime on the weekend.
The Sr. Klippers are 14-0, so they have yet to be beaten in the 2018-19 season. The team’s 28 points is good enough for first place and a six-point lead atop the standings in the Sask West Hockey League. The 14-game unbeaten streak nearly ended on the weekend.
Kindersley beat the Unity Miners by a score of 7-6 in Unity on Jan. 5 and the team scored the winning goal with 64 seconds left in the game, but the team went to a shootout at home on Jan. 6 when the Macklin Mohawks were in town.This content is for members only.