The Weyburn Red Wings split their home and home games last weekend with the Yorkton Terriers, going 3-0 and 4-2, respectively.
Wings goalie Rylan Parenteau opened the regular season with a shut out win.
Scoring didn't start for the Wings until early in the third period with Brian Farkas scoring from Ty McLean and Josh Lees. The second goal came from Sam Williams with Matt Eng and Tyler Borstmayer getting the assist.
Donavon Lumb scored the unassisted final goal at 10:47 of the third.
"I think we played really well defensively giving up only 22 shots," said coach Bryce Thoma. "I'm happy with the win."
Thoma added the Wings didn't fair as well in Yorkton, losing 4-2
McLean started the scoring in the first period, assisted by Lees and Borstmayer. The Terriers answered with a goal late in the first.
The second period went scoreless.
Yorkton scored their second goal early in the third which was answered by Williams getting the second from Ryan Cooper and Kyle Olenuik.
The Terriers scored a power play goal and an empty netter to win.
"This was a good test for us. We're heading to Nipawin and La Ronge this weekend and historically, their tough to play," said Thoma.
The Wings will be in Nipawin to meet the Hawks tonight and in La Ronge to face the Ice Wolves on Saturday, September 28.