Klippers win three of four games on road trip

The team are two points ahead of the Battlefords North Stars in the division

Kenneth Brown
of The Clarion

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.

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