Jesse Toth and Stephen Kleysen did the goal scoring and Nathan Braun made 29 saves as Gladstone edged Hartney 2-1. Jesse Linner had the lone goal for the Blues. The Lakers moved into sole possession of first place in the Tiger Hills Hockey League's East Division. Gladstone has 22 points, two more than the Minnedosa Bombers.
In the Westman High School Hockey League - Rayan Sprott had a goal and four assists as Boissevain/Souris downed Major Pratt 7-2; Logan Gudnason, Connor Martin and Josh Archambault had two goals each as Killarney/Wawanesa outscored Birtle/Shoal Lake/Rossburn 8-6 and Nate Immerkar made 31 saves in the Swan Valley Tigers 6-1 victory over Minnedosa/Erickson.
Nate Robson scored twice and Luke Mackenzie had a goal and two helpers as the Southwest Cougars defeated the Kenora Thistles 6-4. Jackson Kohut, Kelby Diehl and Ty Schell also scored for the Cougars.
Joey Bielik scored the go-ahead goal on the power play 3:18 into the third period and Josh Lehto added a shorthanded empty netter with 63 seconds left as Virden beat the Nighthawks 4-2 in Niverville. The Oil Capitals have won six of seven games in January and are just six points behind the Dauphin Kings, Waywayseecappo Wolverines and Swan Valley Stampeders who are tied for second place in the MJHL's West Division.
Nate Danielson and Rylen Roersma did the goal scoring and Carson Bjarnason made 19 saves as Brandon shutout the Edmonton Oil Kings 2-0. The Wheat Kings got five of a possible six points on their three-game Alberta road trip. Mason Beaupit stopped all 20 shots he faced as Winnipeg blanked the Moose Jaw Warriors 6-0. Ty Nash and Connor McClennon scored power play goals and Matthew Savoie and Owen Pederson scored shorthanded goals for the Ice.
Karson Kuhlman scored the go-ahead goal 8:44 into the third period and Kevin Stenlund added an empty netter with 27 seconds left as Winnipeg defeated Philadelphia 5-3. Mark Scheifele, Kyle Connor and Axel Jonsson-Fjallby also scored for the Jets who have two wins and two losses on their five-game road trip that wraps up Tuesday in Nashville
Dominic Toninato scored twice, including the overtime winner as the Manitoba Moose shaded the Texas Stars 4-3.