Here is a rundown of the action this past weekend from the senior leagues, which wrapped up their regular season activities.
Playoff matches are set in the Saskatchewan Prairie Hockey League. The first place Battleford Beaver Blues take on Radisson beginning Friday, Feb. 8 at 8 p.m. in Radisson. Game two goes Saturday night in Battleford.
Other playoff matchups have Edam facing Perdue starting Saturday night in Edam, defending champion Meota Combines hosting Maymont beginning Thursday night at the Civic Centre and Shellbrook taking on Glaslyn beginning Friday night in Shellbrook.
Action on Friday night saw the Meota Combines bomb Perdue 13-1 at the Civic Centre in North Battleford. Shellbrook won on the road in Maymont 4-3. Glaslyn beat Radisson 6-4 and Edam hammered Battleford in Edam 9-1. Games on Saturday saw Meota win in Perdue 10-2, Battleford over Radisson 6-4, Shellbrook over Spiritwood 8-2 and Glaslyn over Maymont 5-4.
Sask West Hockey League
This was also the final weekend of the regular season in the Sask West Hockey League. Results on Saturday saw Wilkie beat Biggar 11-0 and Unity over Luseland 12-4. Friday night saw Macklin nip Unity 8-7.
The results mean the Wilkie Outlaws finish first in the league standings at 16-2-2, just one point ahead of Kindersley at 16-3-1. Playoffs begin Saturday with Macklin in Luseland while Biggar is playing in Unity. Sunday action sees Luseland take on Macklin again in game two. Both Wilkie and Kindersley have byes in the first round.