The Full Line Ag U18 AA Wildcats tied the Warman Wildcats 1-1 on Friday and then beat the Southeast Goldwings 3-1 on Saturday, both at InnovationPlex. Abbey Arntsen had two goals over the weekend and Chloe Wills and Brooklyn Siemens also scored on Saturday.

The Pure Chem U15 Broncos beat Saskatoon 6-3 on Friday, but Sunday’s home game against Weyburn was postponed. Chase Petersen had two goals for the Broncos on Friday night.

The Graphic Edge U15 Wildcats fell 3-1 and 5-4 to the Prince Albert Foxes and the WW Smith U13 Wildcats beat Prince Albert 2-1 and the Northeast Aces 11-1 and lost to Saskatoon 9-3.

In the WHL on Sunday, Lethbridge beat Calgary 4-1 and Tri-City beat Vancouver 7-3. The Swift Current Broncos play their next game Wednesday night at home against Medicine Hat.

Elias Petterson had the shootout winner as the Vancouver Canucks beat Carolina 4-3 in NHL action on Sunday. Also, Cole Caufield scored the winner midway through the third as Montreal beat the Rangers 2-1 and Blake Wheeler and Pierre-Luc Dubois scored as Winnipeg beat Arizona 2-1. Calgary visits Nashville and Ottawa travels to St. Louis as part of a busy 11-game schedule today for Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the US.

Canada captured gold at the Women’s World Under-18 Hockey Championship with a 10-0 rout of host Sweden in Sunday’s gold medal game. Caitlyn Kraemer had four goals as Canada won its second-straight gold medal at the tournament.

Junior Sundogs finish second in Regina

The 17U Junior SunDogs club volleyball team earned a second-place finish at the QCVC Elite tournament in Regina this past weekend.

The SunDogs finished first in round-robin play after three wins and a tie, and they defeated Moose Jaw and Oxbow in the playoffs to set up a final game against the Regina Cougars, where the SunDogs fell in straight sets, 26-28 and 17-25.

The SunDogs will head to Warman for a Sask Cup tournament in two weeks.

Super Wild Card Weekend lives up to the billing

The NFL playoffs kicked off with the wild card round on the weekend.

Saturday saw the San Francisco 49ers blow out the Seattle Seahawks 41-23 before Trevor Lawrence and the Jacksonville Jaguars came back from a 27-0 deficit to shock the LA Chargers 31-30. On Sunday, the Buffalo Bills held off the Miami Dolphins 34-31, the New York Giants edged the Minnesota Vikings 31-24, and the Cincinatti Bengals held on for a 24-17 win over the Baltimore Ravens.

Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers host the Dallas Cowboys to wrap up Super Wild Card Weekend tonight and set up the NFC Divisional matchups. The Divisional Round in the AFC will see Kansas City Chiefs host Jacksonville, while the Bills host the Bengals.

Canada off to a flying start at Aussie Open

Tennis' first grand slam of the year, the Australian Open, got underway last night in Melbourne.

Mississauga's Bianca Andreescu won her opening match over 25th-seeded Marie Bouzkova of Czechia 6-2, 6-4, while Denis Shopovalov of Richmond Hill, Ontario, defeated Dusan Lajovic of Serbia 6-4, 4-6, 6-4, 6-1. Sixth-ranked Felix Auger-Aliassime of Montreal defeated fellow Canadian Vasek Pospisil 1-6, 7-6, 7-6, 6-3 early this morning, and Vancouver's Rebecca Marino fell to Zhu Lin of China 6-2, 6-4 in her opening round match.

Leylah Fernandez of Montreal will face Alize Cornet of France in her opening match tonight while Toronto's Katherine Sebov makes her grand slam debut against Caroline Garcia of France.

Rush fall to Mammoth in OT

The Saskatchewan Rush fell to 2-2 on the young NLL season after an 11-10 overtime loss to the Colorado Mammoth in Denver on Friday. Robert Church had three goals and six points for the Rush, who host Las Vegas in their next game on January 28.

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