On February 4th the Jr. Sabres were at home against the Haliburton County Huskies, with Aiden McKenna getting the start in net. Haeden Ellis would score first to give the Jr. Sabres a 1-0 lead with assists from Patrick Cole and Carter Cwiklinski. The Huskies would score two in the second period to take a 2-1 lead. Josh Przystal would tie the game back up for the Jr. Sabres with assists from Beckett Hinchsliff and Nick Shaw. Heading into the third period with the game tied, with six minutes remaining Michael Kull would give the Jr. Sabres the 3-2 lead on the power play with assists from Tyler Isherwood and Przystal. Zach Derito would score to make the game 4-2, with assists from Sam Christiano and Brody Seitz. Ellis would secure the Jr. Sabres 5-2 win with an empty net goal assisted by Dylan Mcfadden and Cole. McKenna had 27 saves in the Jr. Sabres victory over the Huskies.
On February 7th the Jr. Sabres were at home again, this time taking on the Caledon Admirals. Leif Ekblad got the start in net for the Jr. Sabres. The Jr. Sabres opened the scoring with a goal from Christiano assisted by Seitz. Isherwood would make the game 2-0 with assists from Kull and Danny Phelan. Nick Shaw would extend the Jr. Sabres lead to 3-0 with assists from Kull and Isherwood. Cole would get a power play goal to give the Jr. Sabres a 4-0 lead, with assists from Ellis and Mcfadden. The Jr. Sabres held onto their 4-0 lead through the second as they were unable to get any past the Admirals goalie. Ellis would get a power play goal in the third period to extend the lead to 5-0 with assists from Cole and Mcfadden. The Jr. Sabres would seal the 6-0 victory with a goal from Mcfadded assisted by Ellis and Jaden Ward. Ekblad made 26 saves in the Jr. Sabres victory.
The Jr. Sabres are now 27-18-0-3, remaining in 4th place in the West Conference and 10th in the league.
Next up the Jr. Sabres remain at home to take on the Toronto Patriots at 7:45pm.