The Swift Current Wolverines will return to action after a two-week break to host the Prince Albert Predators for a pair of games at S3 Arenas.
The Wolverines opened the season on April 22 with a 12-3 home win over the Regina Barracudas.
Ball drop is at 7:30pm on Saturday and 1:00pm on Sunday.
In minor lacrosse, the U17 Rampage will head to Estevan for games against the Estevan Voltz and Regina Waterdogs today and Saturday, the U11 Rampage are in Regina on Saturday for games against the Weyburn Thrashers and Regina Reapers, U13 Rampage #1 take on the Regina Warriors and Weyburn Thrashers in Weyburn, U13 Rampage #2 will host the Moose Jaw Mustangs and Moosomin Maulers on Saturday, and the U15 Rampage will also have home games on Saturday against the Moose Jaw Mustangs and Regina Titans.
T-Birds move one win away from WHL final
Dylan Guenther had a hat trick as the Seattle Thunderbirds doubled up the Kamloops Blazers 8-4 to move one win away from advancing to the WHL Championship final.
Reid Schafer added a goal and three assists for the Thunderbirds, who take a 3-1 series lead back to Seattle for game five on Saturday. The winner of the series will play the Winnipeg ICE for the Ed Chynoweth Cup.
Panthers rally to take home ice advantage away from Leafs
The Florida Panthers rallied from down 2-0 early in the first to beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 3-2 to take a 2-0 lead in their NHL playoff series. Anton Lundell, Aleksander Barkov and Gustav Forsling scored for the Panthers and Sergei Bobrovsky made 35 saves.
Meanwhile, the Dallas Stars rebounded from a series-opening OT loss with a 4-2 win over the Seattle Kraken. Wyatt Johnson and Tyler Seguin had a goal and an assist each and Joe Pavelski scored for the fifth time in the last two games.
The lone NHL playoff game tonight has Carolina Hurricanes hosting the New Jersey Devils. Carolina holds a 1-0 lead in the series after a 5-1 win on Wednesday.
Jays suffer fourth-straight loss at Fenway
The Toronto Blue Jays were swept out of Boston with an 11-5 loss to the Red Sox on Thursday night. It’s the first time the Sox had swept the Jays in a four-game series since 2002.
The Jays have lost five in a row and fall to fourth in the AL East as they head to Pittsburgh to take on the Pirates tonight. Chris Bassitt will start for the Jays against Rich Hill.
Thompson drops 30 as Warriors tie up series
Klay Thompson scored 30 points as the Golden State Warriors ran past the Lakers 127-100 to even up their NBA playoff series at a game apiece.
Tonight, the Philadelphia 76ers host Boston with the series tied up at 1-1, and the Denver Nuggets travel to Phoenix holding a 2-0 lead on the Suns.
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