The line of Hudson Morrison, Darcy DeRoose and Tyler Paslawski continued their strong play Tuesday night to lift the CanElson Drilling Estevan Bruins' to their third straight victory, a 5-3 triumph over the Yorkton Terriers.
Morrison had two goals and an assist for a three-point game, while DeRoose also had three points (a goal and two assists). Paslawski chipped in with a goal and a helper.
DeRoose has six points in his last two games, and Morrison has five.
Austin Daae had the other Bruin goal against Yorkton.
Morrison opened the scoring 87 seconds into the first period against Yorkton, but Yorkton's Patrick Martens tied the game a few minutes later. Daae's goal with 85 seconds left in the first put the Bruins ahead 2-1.
They wouldn't trail again.
Paswlawski and Morrison scored in the second period to give the Bruins a 4-1 lead after 40 minutes. Yorkton pulled within two goals on a Jeremy Johnson marker early in the third, but DeRoose scored two minutes later to restore the three-goal lead.
Yorkton would get one more goal from Tyler Giebel with five-and-a-half minutes to play in the third.
Curtis Martinu stopped 31 shots to get the victory.
The loss was the first on home ice for Yorkton this year.
Estevan played without several regulars, as Calder Neufeld (ankle) and Steven Glass (knee) continue their recovery from injuries. Taylor Reich and Matt Brykaliuk also missed the game.
Defenceman Tyler Kauk and head coach/GM Keith Cassidy were at the World Junior A Challenge selection camp in Calgary.
The Bruins' record is now 5-7-0-2, which leaves them fifth in the Sherwood Conference.
Estevan will visit the Notre Dame Hounds on Thursday night.