They were up 3-1 after one but the Brandon Wheat Kings scored 4 unanswered goals after that and beat the Moose Jaw Warriors 5-3 last night.

Jagger Firkus scored two for the Warriors, giving him 58 goals on the season. The Warriors play their final regular season game against the Pats at the Moose Jaw Events Centre tomorrow, with puck drop at 7 p.m.

While Hoopla has been cancelled, the one-day provincial championship replacing it is happening tomorrow at locations across the city. 4A Boys from Central and Peacock, 3A Boys from Cornerstone, 4A Girls from Central, Peacock, and Vanier, and 1A Girls from Coronach will all be competing.

In local curling news, the 2024 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championships are on at the Moose Jaw Events Centre starting this Sunday at 3 p.m. The first draw will see Saskatchewan Team 1 and Saskatchewan Team 2 going head-to-head. The championship runs through to next Saturday.

The winner of this season's Wednesday Night Cash League is KMS, winning 9-2 in the final over BTN.

Rachel Homan's Team Canada rink continues their perfect streak sitting 10 and 0 atop the standings at the BKT Tires World Womens' Curling Championship. Canada beat Estonia 9-4 and New Zealand 9-2 yesterday. Canada next plays against Scotland.

Last night in the NHL, the Winnipeg Jets fell to the New Jersey Devils 4-1, Ottawa Senators lost 5-2 to the St Louis Blues, Edmonton Oilers dominated with an 8-3 win over the Buffalo Sabres, and it was the Vancouver Canucks over the Montreal Canadiens 4-1.

In Major League Baseball, the Toronto Blue Jays got a win over the Pittsburgh Pirates as Spring Training continues, 3-2.

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