The Swift Current 57's start a two-game homestand with the Fort McMurray Giants tonight at 7:00 p.m. from Mitchell Field.

The 57's have a win in their only completed game in the young WCBL season, beating the Weyburn Beavers 9-5 on Saturday. Their game against the Beavers on Sunday was suspended by rain and will be completed as part of a doubleheader on June 4 in Swift Current.

In the WCBL on Tuesday, the Regina Red Sox spoiled the inaugural home opener for the Saskatoon Berries with an 8-4 win at Cairns Field, Weyburn edged Lethbridge 9-8 and Okotoks routed Sylvan Lake 17-3. Other action tonight has Brooks hosting Moose Jaw, Medicine Hat welcoming the Berries and the Beavers facing the Bulls again in Weyburn.

In minor ball, the 18U AAA 57’s picked up a 9-3 win over the Zone 7 Sun Devils at home.

Warriors stay alive in Memorial Cup

The Moose Jaw Warriors picked up a 5-3 win over the Drummondville Voltigeurs in their Memorial Cup round-robin finale on Tuesday night in Saginaw, Michigan. Vojtech Port, Jagger Firkus, Denton Mateychuk, Aiden Ziprick and Brayden Yager scored for the Warriors, who will play in Friday’s semi-final against the loser of tonight’s game between the London Knights and the Saginaw Spirit.

In the Stanley Cup playoffs, Sam Reinhardt scored on the power play 1:12 into overtime to lift the Florida Panthers to a 3-2 win over the New York Rangers to even the Eastern Conference Final at two games apiece. Game five is on Thursday at Madison Square Garden.

Tonight, the Edmonton Oilers look to even the Western Conference Final at two games apiece when they host the Dallas Stars.

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Also, the first ever PWHL champions will be crowned tonight as Boston hosts Minnesota in the fifth and deciding game of the Walter Cup Final. Boston forced the fifth game with a controversial double overtime win on Monday, where Minnesota's goal that would have won the inaugural championship was overturned due to goaltender interference.

Jays get second straight win in Windy City

The Toronto Blue Jays waited out two lengthy rain delays to beat the Chicago White Sox 7-2 for their second straight win over the Southsiders. Kevin Gausman struck out three batters over six innings and Davis Schneider had three hits for the Jays, who send Alek Manoah to the mound in the series finale tonight.

Wolves stave off elimination in NBA West Final

Karl-Anthony Towns scored 25 points and the Minnesota Timberwolves avoided a sweep with a 105-100 win over the Dallas Mavericks in game four of the NBA's Western Conference Final on Tuesday. Anthony Edwards added 29 points for the Wolves, who host game five on Thursday with the Mavericks leading 3-1. The winner of the series will face the Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals.

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