The Source for Sports U18 Broncos swept a weekend homestand with a 7-4 win over the Regina Capitals on Saturday and a 4-1 victory over the Melville Millionaires on Sunday. Brett Stusrud, Dylan Gedny and Mason Osinski scored two goals each over the weekend.

The Full Line Ag U18 AA Wildcats got past the Notre Dame Hounds 1-0 in their only game of the weekend on Saturday at S3 Arenas. Brooklyn Siemens scored the lone goal for the Wildcats in the second period and Jorja Imrie made 21 saves for the shutout.

The Graphic Edge U15 Wildcats were held scoreless on the weekend in 3-0 and 8-0 losses to the Regina Rebels, the SWT U13 Broncos fell 5-1 in Yorkton and tied Melville 2-2, and the WW Smith U13 Wildcats beat Prince Albert 5-2 on Saturday.

Special Olympics curlers win silver at provincial bonspiel

The Swift Current Special Olympics curling team finished second out of ten teams at a provincial bonspiel in Regina over the weekend. Skip Malcolm Goebel, third Dwight Larter, second Brady Volk and lead Chance Fenwick went unbeaten in round robin and placed first in the B division.

Struggling Canucks move on from Boudreau

The Vancouver Canucks announced on Sunday they have relieved fan-favourite coach Bruce Boudreau from his duties and former Coyotes and Lightning head coach Rick Tocchet will take over behind the bench.

Boudreau replaced Travis Green in December 2021 and went 35-15-10 in the rest of the season only to miss the playoffs by five points. The Canucks have stumbled to an 18-25-3 record this season and are 14 points out of a playoff spot with 36 games left.

Speculation about a coaching change in Vancouver had gone on for several weeks and with reports surfacing that management was set to make the change, fans at Rogers Arena gave Boudreau a standing ovation and chants of "Bruce, there it is!" after the Canucks' 4-2 loss to Edmonton Saturday night.

Tocchet will coach his first game with the Canucks on Tuesday night in Vancouver against the Chicago Blackhawks.

In the NHL on Sunday, Karson Kuhlman scored the game-winning goal in the third period as the Winnipeg Jets beat Philadelphia 5-3. The Toronto Maple Leafs host the New York Islanders and the Calgary Flames host Johnny Gaudreau and the Columbus Blue Jackets as part of tonight's four-game schedule.

NFL conference championship games set

The final four teams in the NFL playoffs will battle next weekend for a spot in the Super Bowl.

The Kansas City Chiefs, who edged the Jacksonville Jaguars 27-20 in their AFC Divisional game on Saturday, will face the Cincinnati Bengals who defeated the Buffalo Bills 27-10 yesterday. The Bengals' victory means the Chiefs will host the AFC Championship game will be held at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday. If the Bills had won, the championship game would have been played at a neutral site that was planned to be Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.

Philadelphia routed the New York Giants 38-7 on Saturday and Brock Purdy and the San Francisco 49ers edged the Dallas Cowboys 19-12 to set up the NFC Championship matchup between the Niners and Eagles in the City of Brotherly Love on Sunday.

Super Bowl LVII will be in Miami on February 12.

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