After an unexpected extended break due to the postponement of their Thanksgiving Eve matchup against the Mississauga Chargers, the Jr. Sabres were back in action at home against the Collingwood Blues on November 29th. Aiden McKenna got the start in net for the Jr. Sabres as they took on the Blues. Tyler Isherwood would strike first to give the Jr. Sabres the 1-0 lead, assisted by Ryan Shuler and Haeden Ellis. The Blues would score 2 goals to get a 2-1 lead to finish the first period. Ellis would quickly tie the game back up in the second period with assists from Dylan Mcfadden and Cameron Doran. The Blues would score another goal to retake the lead and hold onto the 3-2 lead at the end of the second. Unfortunately, the third period was all the Blues as they scored two more goals to give them the 5-2 win. McKenna made 23 saves in the Jr. Sabres loss.
Next up, the Jr. Sabres were back on the road to take on the Niagara Falls Canucks on December 1st, with McKenna again getting the start in net. Doran would open the scoring for the Jr. Sabres in the first period with assists from Jaden Ward and Patrick Cole. Josh Przystal would put number two on the board for the Jr. Sabres assisted by Brody Seitz and Gavin Klaassen. The Jr. Sabres third goal would go to Carter Cwiklinski with assists from McFadden and Doran. The Jr. Sabres headed into the second period with a 3-0 lead. Doran would quickly extend the lead to four with a power play goal assisted by Shuler and Mcfadden. Ellis would get the Jr. Sabres second power play goal of the game and give them a 5-0 lead with assists from Doran and Seitz. Cole would give the Jr. Sabres the 6-0 lead with assists from Mcfadden and Danny Phelan. The Canucks would then score three goals to finish the second period 6-3. Heading into the third period with the lead and the Canucks having the momentum the Jr. Sabres would not let up. Cole would quickly put number seven on the board for the Jr. Sabres with a power play goal assisted by Mcfadden and Ellis. Przystal would get his second of the game, with assists from Doran and Cole. Mcfadden would then get in on another Jr. Sabres power play goal, this time scoring assisted by Camden Bowman. Isherwood would get the tenth goal for the Jr. Sabres, another power play goal, with assists from Adam Power and Alex Perreault. Jr. Sabres would seal the 11-3 victory with a goal from Ryan Shuler assisted by Cole. McKenna made 21 saves for the Jr. Sabres in their 11-3 victory against the Canucks.
December 2nd the Jr. Sabres would head to Toronto to take on the Jr. Canadiens, with McKenna again getting the start in the net. The Jr. Canadiens would quickly take a 1-0 lead to start the game. The Jr. Sabres though would quickly tie the game back up with a goal from Doran assisted by Ward. The game would remain tied at one heading into the third period. The Jr. Canadiens would get a late goal to take the 2-1 lead before getting an empty net goal to seal the 3-1 victory. McKenna would make 38 saves in the Jr. Sabres loss.
The Jr. Sabres are now 14-12-0-2 and sit in eighth place in the West Conference. Next up the Jr. Sabres take on the Mississauga Chargers at home on December 6th at 7:45pm.