The Estevan Century 21 bantam A Bruins pushed their record to 4-0 with a pair of victories on a weekend homestand.
The Bruins edged the Regina Panthers 3-2 on Saturday and defeated the Prairie Storm 3-1 on Sunday.
On Sunday, the Bruins got goals from three different players in a low-scoring affair.
After a scoreless first period, a theme carried on from Saturday's game, as Preston Brodziak got the home side on the board at 3:16 of the second.
The Storm responded quickly though, with Connor Nagel tying the game 1:36 later.
Keaten Tarnes scored at the 10:40 mark to give the Bruins the lead heading into the intermission. Hunter Piche assisted on the goal.
Shae Little put the game away with a goal with 26 seconds left.
Ethan Veroba earned the win between the pipes for Estevan.
On Saturday, the scoreline was the same aside from a Panthers' goal with two seconds left in regulation.
Colein Poole scored the game's first goal at 13:47 of the second period, with Sage Dayman earning a helper.
Owen Kot replied 85 seconds later to tie the game after 40 minutes.
The Bruins quickly took the lead again in the third, with Kyle Hertes lighting the lamp 1:51 into the period. Brodziak and Josh Giblett had the assists.
Wyatt Haux gave the home side some insurance with a goal at the 8:54 mark, assisted by Piche.
Andrew Daverne added a second goal for the Panthers with only 1.8 seconds to play.
Zack Miller was the winning goalie for the Bruins.
The bantam A squad has a busy week coming up, with four games in five days.
They visit the Regina Sabres on Wednesday and the Regina Stars on Friday before returning home. They host Moose Jaw on Saturday at noon at the Civic, and the Stars on Sunday at 1:45 p.m. at Spectra Place.