It will be a two-anthem game at Innovationplex for the fourth game in a row as the Swift Current Broncos welcome another US club in the Wenatchee Wild tonight.

The Wild are making their first visit to Swift Current since the franchise relocated from Winnipeg in the off-season. The Broncos are a perfect three-for-three against US teams this season with wins over Seattle, Portland and Everett.

Tonight’s game starts at 7:00pm and you can hear the game on The Eagle 94.1 FM with Redhead Equipment Case IH Broncos Hockey starting at 6:45pm.

Other action in the WHL tonight has Regina hosting Saskatoon, Lethbridge welcoming Prince Albert and Red Deer travelling to Vancouver.

In minor hockey, the WW Smith U13 AA Wildcats will head to the Queen City tonight to take on Regina Rebels White.

Saskatchewan wraps up U18 Women's round-robin with loss

Team Saskatchewan wrapped up round-robin at the National Women’s Under-18 Hockey Championship with a 1-0 loss to Alberta in Dawson Creek, BC on Tuesday.

Saskatchewan, with Evangeline Hill, Cassidy Peters and Amiyah Jones of the Innovation Federal Credit Union Wildcats in the lineup, will play in the quarterfinals on Thursday. 

Meanwhile, Broncos defenceman Peyton Kettles and Team Canada Red beat the USA 4-3 in overtime in their round-robin finale at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge in PEI. The quarterfinals are also on Thursday.

Flames, Jets get wins on Tuesday night

Blake Coleman scored the winner as part of a three-goal third period for the Calgary Flames in a 4-2 victory over the Nashville Predators at the Saddledome. Dillon Dube, Noah Hanifin and Nazem Kadri also scored for the Flames, who won consecutive games for the first time this season.

Meanwhile, Kyle Connor scored twice as the Winnipeg Jets beat the St. Louis Blues 5-2 on the road for their second straight win after snapping a three-game losing skid. Mark Scheifele added a goal and an assist and Connor Hellebuyck made 20 saves.

Also, the Tampa Bay Lightning handed the Montreal Canadiens their fourth straight loss in a 5-2 win at the Bell Centre. Tampa scored four goals on nine shots to chase Habs goalie Jake Allen in the first period.

Tonight, the Toronto Maple Leafs host the Ottawa Senators in one of three games on the NHL schedule.

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