The Southwest Cougars will wrap up their four-game homestand with a Remembrance Day matinee against the Pembina Valley Hawks in Souris. The Cougars are riding a three-game winning streak and own first place in the Manitoba "AAA" Midget Hockey League's West Division. Southwest is two points ahead of the Central Plains Capitals and three points up on the third place Brandon Wheat Kings. The defending champion Hawks, who have won just three of their first 13 games this season, have made changes behind the bench. Matt Fisher and Preston Brockie, who were hired as co-coaches for the 2010-2011 season along with goaltender coach Shawn Will were let go by the Hawks executive earlier this week. They've been replaced by Steve Mullin, Chris Yaschyshyn and Troy Ehnes. Last year Mullin guided Pembina Valley to the team's first Manitoba "AAA" Midget Hockey League title since 1997. Yaschyshyn was the Hawks head coach for two years before stepping down after the 2007-2008 season and replaced by Mullin. Ehnes was the Pembina Valley Twisters head coach when they captured the Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League championship three years ago.