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The Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers are in the home stretch of the regular season, and they are still leading their division after a successful road trip.
Kindersley played four road games over a span of five days last week in eastern Saskatchewan. The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League road trip included two back-to-back situations, but it was a strange trip because the Klippers only played two teams and they did not play either team twice in a row.
The opponents were the Yorkton Terriers and Melville Millionaires, and the Klippers won three out of the four games. Kindersley beat Yorkton 4-3 on Jan. 28 before taking a 6-3 loss in Melville on Jan. 29. Kindersley had a day off on Thursday before winning 4-2 on Feb. 1 in Yorkton and 4-1 on Feb. 2 in Melville.This content is for members only.