The Weyburn Red Wings final game of the regular season ultimately decided who moves on to the survivor series, as the Weyburn Red Wings hosted the Yorkton Terriers on Tuesday night, losing 4-1. The game play between the two teams was fast and lively with the Red Wings controlling the puck for the majority of the game. They outshot their opponent 39-31, but the amount of shots didn’t really mean much as Yorkton’s goaltender was like a brick wall in front of the net. In fact, only one biscuit made it past him, which was scored by Jacob Piller early in the second period. The Terriers however were able to put up four goals. Despite the loss, the Red Wings still made it to the survivor series since Melville also lost. Starting on Friday night, they will play a best-of-three survivor series against the Flin Flon Bombers, and first to host is Weyburn. Tied for points with the Millionaires in the SJHL standings as they headed into their games last weekend, the Red Wings had a challenging pair of home-and-home games against the Estevan Bruins on Friday and Saturday. First to host was Weyburn, but Bruins fans defiantly made their presence known in the Red Wings home rink. A quick Bruins goal woke the Red Wings up and sent the two teams into overdrive. Carson Scheschuk took a shot on net that rebounded, but luckily Ben Hiltz stood ready right in front of the net and deflected the puck into the netting. Only 16 seconds later, Piller wrapped the puck around the net to the stick of Drew Anderson who put the Wings ahead. However the lead didn’t last long with the Bruins tying it up before the end of the first. The second period only had one goal, but it was some exciting game play with 13-11 shots on net. McKenzie spotted Piller in front of the net, and despite having two Bruins shoving him, he was able to put one in the top corner. The game seemed to be wrapped up by the third period with the Wings ahead 3-2, but with less than a minute left the Bruins once again tied up the game and sent it into overtime. At 3:39 in overtime, Anderson sent the puck ahead to Hiltz who had a break-away and sealed the 4-3 overtime winner. With the Red Wings looking to keep their win streak alive, the two teams headed to Estevan for a rematch Saturday night. The game remained scoreless until the last few seconds in the first with a Bruins goal. The Red Wings were fairly quick to answer back in the second though with Olson smoothly walking into the zone and snapped a goal. The Bruins scored three more goals before Connor Pyne used his silky mitts to deke Grant Boldt out and put the puck behind him. At 19:05 Jordan Kazymyra fired a beauty up top to shorten the goal gap to one. However, with Levesque pulled for an extra man, the Bruins were able to use a Red Wings shot gone wrong to score an empty netter and make the game 5-3. The Melville Millionaires also won their game against the Yorkton Terriers Friday night, but then lost to them on Saturday so the Wings and Millionaires remain tied for points after the weekend.