It was a successful Family Day Weekend for the Kindersley Jr. Klippers. The team got two huge victories against their division rivals, the Humboldt Broncos on Saturday and holiday Monday. But things did not start off well for the Klippers as they fell 5-1 on the road Friday night in Nipawin. The highlight of the game was a heavyweight tilt between Kindersley's Tylin Hilbig and Nipawin's Luke Chase. 

Things went better for the Klippers on Saturday however, as Kindersley goaltender Cody Jaman was the star of the game, making countless big saves to lead his team to a 4-2 victory making 48 saves on 50 shots. Alex Mack got the winner on the powerplay late, and Brock Mueller iced the game into the empty net, the goal matched his jersey number 8. Mack's goal was his 5th of the season. Also scoring in the Kindersley win was Zak Anderson off a faceoff for his 8th of the season as well. The other goal was scored by steady centre Easton Inglis, his 11th of the season.

Looking at the Family Day affair, Kindersley managed another close win. Things started off with Tylin Hilbig getting his 30th of the year early in the first period on a nice pass on the powerplay from Logan Linklater. Humboldt managed to square things up at one on a goal by Travis Bryson his 17th of the year.

The second period meanwhile saw Kindersley take another quick lead, as Mueller got his 9th of year, with captain Logan Linklater collecting his 40th apple of the season. Cobe Perlinger picked up the second assist on the powerplay goal. Humboldt then struck back with two goals to take the lead 3-2, as Spencer Bell got his league leading 39th of the season, Bryson picked up the lone assist. Then late in the period Bryson got his second of the night to make the score 3-2 heading into the third period.

Undeterred, Kindersley came back with two goals in the final stanza, including a late powerplay by Alex Mack once again to give the Klippers a 4-3 comeback win, the assists on the goal went to Rosetown's Kayden Ostrom and Nathan DeGraves. Not to be forgotten was the tying goal by Mueller who is continuing to sizzle for Kindersley, his 10th of the year. The assists went to Braden Ivey and Kyler Smith.

Kindersley will now shift focus to the big rigs in the league, the Flin Flon Bombers who will be coming to town for a weekend doubleheader Friday and Saturday at the WCEC. Flin Flon is coming off a high scoring loss to the Battlefords North Stars at home by a score of 8-6, but they will be in Humboldt Thursday, which will make it 3 games in 3 days stretch for the team. Kindersley has a busy upcoming stretch as well playing 6 games in 9 days as well. Puck drop for both games at the WCEC this weekend is 7:30 pm.