The Estevan Apex Bruins scored 13 goals in two games on the weekend to pick up a pair of wins in South Saskatchewan Minor Hockey League action.
The midget AA Bruins (3-1-2) defeated the Notre Dame Hounds 5-2 on Saturday and pounded the Regina Capitals 8-1 on Sunday.
Penalties were the theme in the rout against the Capitals, as Regina was assessed 98 minutes in penalties and the Bruins received 44 minutes.
Seven of the Bruins' eight goals came on the power play and the other was scored just after a penalty had expired.
The Bruins got three goals in a span of two minutes to take a 3-0 lead after the first period.
Kyle Salaway opened the scoring at the 12:35 mark, and 97 seconds later Jolan Lingelbach made it 2-0. Lingelbach would add his second of the game 33 seconds after his first one.
Tyler Adams got the Capitals on the board 55 seconds into the third, but that was all the offence they would manage as the visitors began to lose their composure with the constant parade of penalties.
Marc Shaw put the Bruins ahead 4-1 on a rebound goal at the 5:20 mark,and added a second marker at 9:26 on a shot from the right wing. The Bruins led 5-1 after two periods.
The Bruins took advantage of extended 5-on-3 time in the third period to score three more goals.
Blaine Herzberg added to the lead at 10:46, and Tyson Price made it 7-1 32 seconds later.
Kaelan Holt closed out the scoring for the Bruins with six minutes remaining.
On Saturday, the Bruins scored twice in the third period to add some insurance for the win over the Hounds.
Dylan Lay opened the scoring for the Bruins at 7:43 of the opening frame. Chance Longjohn tied it for the Hounds with about two minutes left in the period.
David Almond put Notre Dame on top five minutes into the second period, but that was the only lead the Hounds would manage.
Shaw knotted the score less than two minutes later and the Bruins would get another tally from Lay at the 15:08 mark to take a 3-2 lead to the third.
Steven Henderson put the Bruins ahead by two less than five minutes into the period, and Tanner Jeannot added another goal with 17.7 seconds left to close out the scoring.
The Bruins are on the road this weekend, facing Swift Current on Friday and Moose Jaw on Saturday.