It's a pivotal weekend for the Moose Jaw Warriors as they face the Swift Current Broncos in a home-and-home series. It all starts tonight in Swift Current. The two teams meet again tomorrow night at the Hangar. Game time is 7 p.m. on both days. You can catch all of the action on Country 100 with the Voice of the Warriors James Gallo.

The Winmar AAA Warriors are back in action tonight at 7:30 p.m. when they host the Tisdale Trojans to begin a busy schedule of four games in five days. They host the Saskatoon Contacts at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday at the Moose Jaw Events Centre. They are then on the road Monday to face the Saskatoon Blazers and then head to Swift Current to face the Legionnaires on Tuesday.

Former Regina Pats coach Bernie Lynch will spend three years less three days in federal prison after being found guilty of sexual assault. Lynch was found guilty of assaulting and sexually assaulting a teen boy in 1988 when he was serving as a coach with the Pats.

The Viterra Provincial Scotties Tournament of Hearts is underway in Tisdale. Moose Jaw's Penny Barker rink is 2-1, while the Sherrilee Orsted rink curling out of Moose Jaw is 0-3. Moose Jaw's Skylar Ackerman, who is curling out of Nutana Curling Club in Saskatoon, is a perfect 3-0.

High school basketball action last night, The Swift Current senior boys defeated Vanier 110-45.

High school curling wrapped up their regular season this week with Central 1 open defeating Vanier open, Peacock 1 open defeated Peacock 2 open, Riverview open defeated Cornerstone open, Cornerstone girls defeated Vanier girls, Peacock girls defeated Central girls, Vanier boys defeated Central 2 boys and Peacock 1 boys tied Central 1 boys. Playoff begin on Feb. 1

In the NHL last night, six Canadian teams were in action. The Ottawa Senators downed the Montreal Canadiens 6-2, the Toronto Maple Leafs picked up a 4-3 win over the Calgary Flames, the Edmonton Oilers were 4-2 victors over Seattle and Vancouver defeated Arizona 2-1.

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