It has been said many times, if you are playing hockey in March you are doing something right, and today four more teams will continue their seasons, while four will be eliminated from the SHA annual tournament. In Hague, the Royals look to continue their unlikely run as they host the Dalmeny Fury for a 3:00 puck drop at the Hague Arena. The Royals have dumped Kindersley and Waldheim, while Dalmeny has gotten by Leader after a first round bye. The winner of this game will face the winner of the Shellbrook/Lanigan match which takes place tomorrow in Lanigan. In Outlook, the Canucks will come into the Jim Kook Rec Plex with a 6 goal lead after a 9 - 3 drubbing, lead by Jimmy Bubnick's hat trick. The Hawks are in tough as Drake has played sound defensive hockey so far, only giving up 5 goals in the three games they have played. The Milestone Memorial Center will be the site of the lone C division game as the high flying Bredenbury Cougars look to finish off the Flyers. In game one Bredenbury routed Milestone 8 - 2, as they continued to flex their offensive muscle. In their three games, the Cougars have scored 19 goals while only giving up 5, proving they will be a tough out for any team they come up against. In the final match up of the day, the Imperial Sabres hope that home ice will be enough to overcome a 3 - 1 deficit against the Avonlea Arrows. Whoever wins this match up will be in tough against the Gull Lake Greyhounds, a team that has looked very impressive so far.
The action starts early, so check the scores and schedules section for updates.