The Midget AA John Hulbert Construction Wings will be looking to get back into the win column this weekend, as they play two games at home. The Wings are currently 11-11-1-3 on the season, and sit in sixth place in the South Division of the SAAHL.

Saturday, the Wings welcome the Moose Jaw Warriors to Crescent Point Place. This is the third meeting of the season between the two clubs, with the Wings winning one game, and losing the other in overtime. Over the course of those two games, the Wings also outscored Moose Jaw 10-6.

Moose Jaw is currently in last place in the division, with a record of 2-23.

The second game of the weekend is Sunday, with the Yorkton Terriers coming to Crescent Point Place. The Terriers are in 12th place in the division, with a record of 4-20.

Weyburn has won the first two meetings of the year between the two teams.

So far this season, the Wings are lead by the trio of Sam Chittenden, Hudson Hall and Gavin Doud. The three have 19 points each so far this season. Doud and Chittenden also showing a knack for scoring on the power play, with four and three goals with the man advantage respectively.

It is expected the goaltenders will split duties in goal for the weekend. Matt Dutchak has carried the bulk of the workload so far this season, with a record of 9-7-1-1. Kobe Kmita has appeared in 11 games so far this year, with a record of 2-7-0-1. Kmita does have the distinction of being the lone goaltender in the league to have been credited with scoring a goal this season.

The game on Saturday starts at 1:45 p.m., and on Sunday at 3:00 p.m.

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