The Moose Jaw Generals had their losing skid extended to four games on Wednesday night with a 3-1 loss to the Saskatoon Blazers in the Bridge City.
The loss puts the Generals' record at 6-6-0-1 through 13 games this season, while the Blazers lead the pack with a 12-2-0-1 mark.
Brendan Kemp had the lone goal for the Generals, a power-play marker that was sandwiched between two goals from the Blazers during a four-goal second period.
Carter Stebbings opened the scoring for Saskatoon with a power-play goal 7:54 into the second period and Rhett Gibson followed that up just 3:19 later to make it a 2-0 game.
After Kemp's goal 3:31 later, Josh Nagy finished off the scoring to make it 3-1 for the Blazers.
Saskatoon held Moose Jaw to only four shots in the third period to seal the win.
The Generals were outshot 31-19 in the loss, as Jaxson Taupert was forced to made 28 saves in goal for Moose Jaw.
The Generals will aim to get back on track when they host the Notre Dame Hounds at Mosaic Place on Saturday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. The Generals also welcome in the Blazers on Sunday.