Split results for local AA hockey teams

Five different goal scorers combined to help the Abbey Resources U18 AA Broncos pick up a 5-1 win over the Notre Dame Hounds at home Tuesday night to stay unbeaten after two games this season. 

Brady Simpson, Cooper Flath, Kaleb McBurney, Sam Kirwan and Dylan Gedney had the goals for Swift Current, who host the Yorkton Terriers for two games this weekend. 

Meanwhile, the Pure Chem U15 AA Broncos fell to the Regina Pat Blues to open their season Tuesday night in the Queen City. Chase Petersen, Porter Nickason and Kasey Gleim had the goals for Swift Current who host the North East Wolfpack and Martensville this weekend. 

The Home Hardware U18 AAA Legionnaires are on the road tonight in Saskatoon looking for their first win of the season against the Blazers.

In the WHL last night, Tristan Zandee had a goal and an assist and Logan McCutcheon added two helpers as the Lethbridge Hurricanes beat the Saskatoon Blades 3-1. There are four games tonight including Regina visiting Brandon, Moose Jaw hosting Saskatoon, and Prince Albert welcoming Lethbridge. The Broncos host the Raiders in their next game on Friday. 

Alex DeBrincat, Claude Giroux and Shane Pinto had a goal and an assist each as the Ottawa Senators beat Montreal 5-4 in the NHL pre-season. Tonight, the winless Vancouver Canucks play the Edmonton Oilers and the Calgary Flames will be in Winnipeg to face the Jets.

Soccer Ardens rout Weyburn to stay unbeaten in league play

The Comp High School Ardens soccer team defeated Weyburn 9-0 in league action on Tuesday in Moose Jaw. They’ll host Vanier Collegiate on Thursday afternoon with the playoffs set after the Thanksgiving break.

Aaron Judge makes history with 62nd home run

Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees hit a lead-off blast in the first inning against the Texas Rangers for his 62nd home run of the season to break Roger Maris’ long-standing American League record.

Meanwhile, the Toronto Blue Jays had their game against the Baltimore Orioles postponed by rain Tuesday night, and that game will be made up in a doubleheader today to wrap up the regular season. The Jays will face the Seattle Mariners in the best-of-three wild card series that starts on Friday at Rogers Centre. 

Raptors visit Celtics in NBA pre-season

The Toronto Raptors continue the NBA pre-season tonight in Boston when they take on the Celtics at TD Garden. The Raptors opened the exhibition schedule with a 114-82 win over the Utah Jazz in Edmonton on Sunday. 

The NBA regular season starts on October 18. 

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