The Source for Sports U18 AA Broncos welcome the Yorkton Terriers in game four of their best-of-five first-round playoff series tonight. The Broncos took a 2-1 edge in the series with a 5-3 win in Yorkton on Tuesday and can move on to round two with a victory tonight.

Face-off is at 7:45pm from S3 Arenas. Game five, if necessary, will be in Yorkton on Saturday.

Six-point night from Bedard lifts Pats over Tigers

Connor Bedard had a goal and assists in the five others the Pats scored as Regina took sole possession of sixth place in the WHL's Eastern Conference standings with a 6-3 win over the Medicine Hat Tigers on Wednesday at the Brandt Centre. In other action, Matthew Savoie scored twice as Winnipeg beat Calgary 5-2 and Jalen Luypen had two goals as Tri-City beat Everett 6-2.

Regina, at 57 points, sits two points ahead of a seventh-place tie between Medicine Hat and Calgary, with the Swift Current Broncos in ninth at 53 points after their loss to Kamloops on Wednesday. Brandon is in 10th with 52 points.

Canada comes back from down 3-0 to take Rivalry Series

Blayre Turnbull scored twice as Canada beat the USA 5-0 in the seventh and deciding game of the Rivalry Series Wednesday night in Laval, Quebec. Ella Shelton, Marie-Philip Poulin, and Victoria Bach also scored for Canada, who trailed the series 3-0 before winning the last four games in a row.

Canada and the USA will face off again at the IIHF World Women's Hockey Championship in Brampton, Ontario, this April.

In the NHL, the Calgary Flames scored five unanswered goals as they rallied back to beat Arizona 6-3 and Simon Holstrom had the game-winner as the Islanders beat the Jets 2-1. Connor McDavid and the Edmonton Oilers visit Sidney Crosby's Pittsburgh Penguins to headline an eight-game NHL schedule tonight while the Flames visit Vegas and Vancouver travels to St. Louis.

Raptors return from All-Star Break tonight

The Toronto Raptors play their first game since February 14 when they host the New Orleans Pelicans as the NBA resumes action following the All-Star Break. The Raptors had a 28-31 record at the break and sit 10th in the Eastern Conference.

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