The Kindersley Sr. Klippers battled it out with the Loreburn 19ers Friday night at the Loreburn Arena, aka the Garden. It was a crazy start to the game, as on a Klippers powerplay a drop pass did not work out just inside the Kindersley blueline and goaltender David Reekie was caught out of position, but Logan Stephenson came to the rescue of his goaltender making the save to keep the game scoreless. Then on the same play Kindersley came up the ice and scored on a wraparound by Kylar Hope, his second of the provincial playoffs.

Undeterred the 19ers came back and tied the score as Stephenson was assessed a double minor for high sticking. Loreburn's Trey Doell had a nice night for the 19ers and beat Reekie to tie the score at one on the PP. Then on the back end of the double minor Loreburn struck again, with another Doell, Trey this time, going end to end on a spectacular rush to make the score 2-1 19ers. Kindersley answered back late on a perfect pass from Kyle Donaldson to Jon Calkins on the back door for an easy tap in to make the score 2-2 heading into the 1st intermission.

The second period saw a goal outburst by both teams, including five by Kindersley and four by Loreburn. The killer for the 19ers was a three goal stretch by Kindersley in 54 seconds, which included two by Lane Gilliss. Loreburn did answer back and made it 7-6 heading into the third period on goals by Cody Roy, Graham Litchenwald, who had a strong game for Loreburn as he scored two in the middle stanza. Trey Doell also contributed with a goal as well in the second.

The third period saw more tight checking and it was Kindersley who iced the game away with a pair of goals. One by Hope, his second of the evening, and the other by a hard working Damon McKenzie into the empty net to make the final score 9-6. 

Kindersley will play the winner of the Lanigan Pirates and Kenaston Blizzards provincial A playoff series.