The Source for Sports U18 AA Broncos will head to Estevan for game one of their best-of-five south semi-final tonight.
The Broncos are coming off a 3-1 series win over Yorkton in the first round while Estevan got past the Lumsden-Bethune Lions in three-straight games, including a 3-2 overtime win in the series clincher.
Game two of the series is on Sunday at 4:00pm from InnovationPlex with game three back in Estevan next Thursday.
Meanwhile, the Graphic Edge U15 Wildcats host the Regina Rebels in game two of their best-of-three first-round playoff series. Regina won the first game 9-2 on Sunday. Face-off is at 7:30 tonight from S3 Arenas with game three, if needed, back in Regina on Sunday.
Saskatchewan edges NB at Canada Games
Team Saskatchewan picked up a 3-2 win over New Brunswick in women’s hockey at the Canada Winter Games in Prince Edward Island yesterday.
Innovation Credit Union Wildcats forward Ella Wingert had an assist for her second point of the tournament and goaltender Paige Fischer made 12 saves for the win. Caitlyn Perlinger, Sadie Keller and Jerzey Watteyne from the Wildcats are also playing for Saskatchewan, who finished third in their pool with a win and two losses.
They’ll play in a quarterfinal game on Friday afternoon.
Tigers retake seventh spot with win over ICE
Oasiz Weisblatt scored twice and added two assists as the Medicine Hat Tigers knocked off the league-leading Winnipeg ICE 6-4 at Co-op Place Wednesday night. The Tigers moved back into sole possession of seventh in the WHL’s Eastern Conference with the Swift Current Broncos two points back in the eighth and final playoff spot. The loss snapped Winnipeg’s 11-game winning streak.
Other games last night had Saskatoon beating Red Deer 5-2 and Brandon beating Moose Jaw 7-3. The Broncos return to action Saturday when they visit Edmonton.
More wheeling and dealing ahead of NHL trade deadline
More big names are on the move as Friday's NHL trade deadline approaches.
The Ottawa Senators picked up Jacob Chychrun from the Arizona Coyotes in exchange for three draft picks, while Carolina acquired Shane Gostisbehere from the Coyotes for a third rounder in 2026. The Vancouver Canucks also picked up Filip Hronek and a fourth-round pick in this year’s draft from the Detroit Red Wings in exchange for the conditional first-round pick they received in the Bo Horvat trade as well as a second-round pick.
On the ice, Connor McDavid had two goals and an assist as the Edmonton Oilers beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-2. McDavid is the first player to have five consecutive multi-goal games since Alex Mogilny in 1992-93. Five Canadian teams are in action tonight with Ottawa taking a three-game winning streak into New York against the Rangers. Also, Calgary hosts Toronto, Vancouver welcomes Minnesota, and Montreal visits the LA Kings.
Jays beat Pirates as spring training continues
Yusei Kikuchi pitched two no-hit innings and Phil Clarke hit a solo home run as the Toronto Blue Jays beat Baltimore 2-1 in Grapefruit League action on Wednesday. The Jays host the Pittsburgh Pirates in Dunedin, Florida, today.
Raptors continue playoff push in DC
The Toronto Raptors will start a five-game road swing in Washington, DC, tonight against the Wizards. Toronto went 8-3 in the month of February to move back into the playoff race in the NBA's Eastern Conference. The Raptors are ninth at 31-32 and are three games back of sixth-place Brooklyn.
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