For the first time, this season the Swift Current Broncos make the trip east to Moose Jaw to take on the Warriors on Friday at the Hangar in the first half of a home-and-home series. They will get a boost to their lineup tonight as 20year-old Ryder Korczak will make his season debut after joining the team on Thursday. 

"I got back here yesterday, saw my billets, saw a couple of the guys," says Korczak. "It's definitely nice to practice with the guys, as I haven't seen them in a while. It's exciting."

Friday's game is also the team's Hockey Fights Cancer night, where fans can bid on special game-worn jerseys on the Warriors website. Friday's action gets going at 7:00 p.m.

Moving to the Warriors of tomorrow, Moose Jaw's AAA squad dropped a tough one against Notre Dame on Thursday 4-1 on the road. Head coach Trevor Weisgerber had this to say following the game.

"We had a ton of chances to score goals and when we make a mistake it seems to go in the back of our net," says Weisgerber. "We got to figure it out, I thought we played well, I thought we played well enough to win, but at the end of the day we lose a hockey game 4-1."

Rhett Perrin had the team's lone goal on the night and Ryan Hicks made 24 saves in the loss. 

Vanier and Central boy and girl's volleyball squads take part in their respective 4A provincials this weekend. Check out the full schedule here. 

The 109th Grey Cup is only two days away, as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers look to three-peat taking on the Toronto Argonauts on Sunday. Kick-off at Mosaic Stadium is slated for 5:00 p.m.

And in the NHL on Thursday Toronto lost to New Jersey 3-2 in overtime, Calgary dropped a 4-1 decision to Tampa Bay on the road, and the Winnipeg Jets took down the Ducks 3-2. 

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