Although the Unity SK Midget A Lazers lost the Hi-way 14 Hockey League final series to the Kerrobert Tigers, they still are on the trail to a possible provincial banner. The Lazers won the northern final, beating Melfort 6-3 in the two-game, total-point series, to advance to the provincial final against Yorkton.
With eight wins, a loss and two ties, the Unity Midget Lazers stand in second place in the Hi-way 14 Hockey League, behind Kerrobert who has nine wins and a tie. Eston, Eatonia and Leader are all hot on their heels, tied for third place with seven wins, one loss and two ties apiece.
These photos are from the Lazers’ home game against the Rosetown Redwings 1, January 5, which game the Lazers won 10-3. Their next home game is Saturday, January 18, at 6:15 p.m. when Elrose comes to town.