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This is a list of Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League Standings for the 2001-02 season.

Team                        GP    W    L    T  OTL   GF    GA     P
   Dodge
Kindersley Klippers         64    38   18   8   0    270   210    84
Nipawin Hawks               64    35   15   10  4    249   190    84
Melfort Mustangs            64    39   20   3   2    241   170    83
Battlefords North Stars     64    37   21   5   1    259   206    80
La Ronge Wolves             64    21   37   3   3    195   280    48
Flin Flon Bombers           64    10   46   6   2    170   334    28
  Sherwood
Notre Dame Hounds           64    38   16   7   3    245   166    86
Humboldt Broncos            64    38   17   5   4    248   184    85
Estevan Bruins              64    29   25   4   6    243   259    68
Weyburn Red Wings           64    23   30   5   6    222   255    57
Melville Millionaires       64    22   34   5   3    197   250    52
Yorkton Terriers            64    22   35   3   4    220   255    51

PlayoffsEdit

Quarter-final

Notre Dame Hounds defeated Weyburn Red Wings 4-games-to-2
Humboldt Broncos defeated Estevan Bruins 4-games-to-1
Kindersley Klippers defeated Battlefords North Stars 4-games-to-3
Melfort Mustangs defeated Nipawin Hawks 4-games-to-3

Semi-final

Humboldt Broncos defeated Notre Dame Hounds 4-games-to-1
Kindersley Klippers defeated Melfort Mustangs 4-games-to-1

Final

Kindersley Klippers defeated Humboldt Broncos 4-games-to-3


Kindersley Klippers move on to the 2002 Anavet Cup.

All-Star ChallengeEdit

The best of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League and the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League joined up for a two day festival of all-star hockey and it kicked off January 19 in Winkler with the SJHL's Dodge Conference defeating the MJHL's Addison Division 11-9.
John Schultz (Battlefords North Stars) led all scorers with three goals. Other SJHL scorers were Troy Boisjoci (Kindersley Klippers), Pat Baum (La Ronge Ice Wolves), Tyrel Friskey (Nipawin Hawks), Garrett Cameron (Melfort Mustangs), Cody Stearne (Kindersley Klippers), Derek Allan (Nipawin Hawks), Sheldon Wing (Flin Flon Bombers) and Jean-Guy Gervais (Nipawin Hawks). Leading the MJHL all-stars with were Mark Olafson (St. James Canadians), Steve Lajoie (Selkirk Steelers) and James Marquis (Winnipeg Saints) with a pair each. Singles went to Mike Pinette (Winnipeg South Blues), Steve Mullin (Winkler Flyers) and Colin Tetrault (Southeast Blades).
In the skills competition, the fastest skater was Sheldon Wing (Flin Flon Bombers), hardest shot went to Jean-Guy Gervais (Nipawin Hawks) and top goalie was Duane Perillat (Melfort Mustangs).
On Sunday, January 20th, the Battle of the Border in Estevan, Saskatchewan saw the SJHL's Sher-Wood Division defeated the MJHL's Allard Division 7-2.

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