Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League

Terriers in Financial Trouble in Midst of Playoff Push. Need the Public’s Help to Keep the Team in Yorkton

“The club’s financial situation is dire”, explained team
President, Corvyn Neufeld.

The Yorkton Terriers Junior A
Hockey Club finds itself in a very difficult financial
situation. “Running a Junior A hockey club costs a lot of
money – in excess of $700,000 each season. Our club
has struggled for many years financially and the 2023/24
season has been no different. There are man reasons
why we are where we are, but as a board of directors we
came to the conclusion that we need the community’s
help in a big way, now. Without that, the club’s future is in

In the next few days, the Terriers will announce the
first step in their plan to rebuild the club’s finances. The
key to success will be the support of our fans and

Neufeld closed by saying that Head Coach/General
Manager, Emery Olauson, has built an exciting team that
is pushing hard for a playoff spot. “There will be some
very exciting hockey over the next couple of months, as
long as we can keep the doors open.

For more information, contact:
Corvyn Neufeld, President of the Board of Directors, Yorkton
Terriers – 306-621-9708;
Calvin Tokarchuk, Director Marketing and Public Relations,
Yorkton Terriers – 306-621-6119;