The Kindersley Jr. Klippers and La Ronge Ice Wolves played each other on Friday and Saturday at the West Central Events Centre.
Friday night's contest ended in a 6-5 overtime victory for the Ice Wolves, then on Saturday, Kindersley got their revenge by winning 5-0.
The 2 clubs will meet again this upcoming weekend for a pair of games in La Ronge.
The Allan Cup Hockey West League resumed their schedule this weekend with the Rosetown Redwings battling the Stony Plain Eagles Saturday and yesterday afternoon.
Saturday night didn't go so well for the Eagles as the Redwings went on to take it 5-4. Then on Sunday afternoon, the Redwings outscored Stony Plain on their way to a 9-6 win.
Next action for Rosetown will be this upcoming weekend in Alberta with games against Lacombe and Innisfail.
Over the weekend in the SWHL, the Biggar Nationals started the weekend with a 5-4 overtime victory over the Macklin Mohawks on Friday night, while the Unity Miners went on to beat the the Luseland Mallards 7-4.
Saturday night, the Nationals edged theMallards 8-4, and the Kindersley Sr. Klippers locked in 2 points with a 7-6 win over Unity.
The Sr. Klippers capped off the weekend earning a 5-4 shootout victory against theMohawks in Kindersley.
The Delisle Chiefs came back home with a couple wins after a road trip to Regina and Mossbank over the weekend.
The Chiefs started things off on Saturday by defeating the Silver Foxes 4-0 and then followed up that performance with 9-2 win over the Southern Rebels on Sunday.
As for the West Central Rage, they took part in one game this weekend, a Saturday night matchup at home versus the Saskatoon Westleys.
In the end, the Westleys grabbed the full 2 points winning 6-1.
Thanks to a clutch goal from Kaapo Kakko, Finland won gold at the 2019 World Junior Hockey Championship over the weekend.
The 17-year-old, and potential top pick in this year's NHL Draft, scored the game-winner with just under a minute-and-a-half to go in the third period as Finland beat the United States 3-2 in a dramatic final. The Americans had clawed their way back from a two-goal deficit in the third period.
In the bronze medal game, Russia outlast the Swiss 5-2 to finish in third place in the tournament.
After Canada's disappointing 6th place finish at this year's event, they have been placed in a difficult group with Russia and the United States for next year's tournament that will be held in the Czech Republic.