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Bantam Warriors win first of season, Pee Wees eliminated from playoffs

Saskatchewan AA Hockey League weekend wrap

The Moose Jaw Warriors saw their Saskatchewan AA Hockey League Pee Wee division season come to an end on Saturday as they dropped a 9-3 decision to the Melville Millionaires in the second game of their best-of-three first round playoff series.

Melville won Game 1 by a score of 10-2 last weekend.

Bryce Boughen finished the game with a pair of goals and an assist, while Bryson Aikens scored once and added a pair of helpers for the Warriors, who found themselves tied 1-1 after the first and trailing 5-3 through two.

Cameron Beisal was in goal for the loss.

The Warriors finished the regular season with a 6-16-3 record.

Boughen was their top scorer on the season with 24 goals and 42 points. Beisal capped the campaign with a 4-8-2 record and a 5.22 goals against average; fellow netminder Casson Silbernagal was 2-8-1 with a 6.01 GAA.

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It might have taken a little longer than they’d like, but the Moose Jaw Warriors picked up their first win of the season in Saskatchewan AA Hockey League Bantam division play on Sunday, defeating the Yorkton Terriers 4-2.

The win came on the heels of a 6-2 loss to the Melville Millionaires a night earlier.

The Warriors improved to 1-27-0-1 with the victory.

Warriors 4, Yorkton 2
Liam Fitzpatrick’s power play goal with two seconds left in the second period would stand as the game winner, as the Warriors were able to hold off the Terriers in the third.

Carter Price, Austin Woodley and Brennan Blatz also scored for Moose Jaw, who led 1-0 after the first and 3-1 through two.

Kayden Hudson made 30 saves to earn the win.

Melville 6, Warriors 2
A fast start by the Millionaires saw the Warriors trailing 4-1 after the first period.

Brennan Blatz and Chase Jocelyn scored for the Moose Jaw, who kept things closer the rest of the way through and trailed 4-2 through two periods.

Brady Bourdeau turned aside 30 shots in taking the loss.

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