Despite a strong start to the Weyburn Red Wings six-game home stand, the Wings couldn't take advantage this weekend, dropping two games. 

On Friday night the Wings took on the La Ronge Ice Wolves at Crescent Point Place. 

Ty Mason opened the scoring with a goal for Weyburn just two minutes into the first period. La Ronge answered in the second, with a goal from Handel. Mason came back just a few minutes later with another goal before La Ronge hit their stride, landing another two goals during the second period. 

In the third, La Ronge opened the scoring with a goal from Wright, and then Weyburn's Jackson Hassman tried to mount a comeback for the Wings with a goal at 8:31. It was too little too late though as the Ice Wolves game away with the 5-3 win.

The Wings were hoping for a better night on Saturday when the Humboldt Broncos were in town.

They started out strong, with goals from Nicholas Kovacs and Elijah Anderson in the first period. Humboldt responded with a goal from Van Blaricom in the dying moments of the first. 

The second period kicked off a back-and-forth battle for the two teams, with seven goals between the two of them. Ty Mason opened it for the wings 5:29 in. Humboldt followed it up just over 30 seconds later with a goal from Casparie and then another one just moments later from Kim. Weyburn's Hassman answered a minute later, followed by another Humboldy goal, then a goal from Mason, and, finally, a goal from Humboldt's Zielke. 

The scoring didn't end there though. Humboldt kicked off the third with a powerplay goal from Saretzky and Weyburn's Ryley Morgan tied the game up with a powerplay goal around the five-minute mark.

Ultimately, it was Humboldt who came away with the win, with Jacob Boucher scoring for the Broncos halfway through the third, leading the Broncos to the 7-6 win.  

With this, the Wings now have a 9-16 record and are sitting in third place in the Viterra Division. 

The Wings will be back in action Friday night when Kindersley comes to town. That game starts at 7:00 at Crescent Point Place.