The Moose Jaw Warriors look to pick up their first win on their western road swing on Friday, as they take on the Memorial Cup hosts Kamloops Blazers at the Sandman Centre. Moose Jaw dropped their first game on Wednesday 5-2 to the Prince George Cougars. Puck drop is slated for 9:00 p.m. and James Gallo will have the call on Country 100 starting with the pre-game show at 8:45 p.m. 

It was a big win on Thursday for the Moose Jaw WINMAR AAA Warriors as they snuck by the Estevan Bears 3-2 at the Moose Jaw Events Centre. Moose Jaw's own Liam Fitzpatrick scored the game-winner in the third period.

“It felt great, I finally got the monkey off my back,” says Fitzpatrick. “I came onto the ice from the bench and we had the puck down low and I was floating in the slot and we got it to our defenceman, a shot on net, got the rebound, and put it home.”

Warriors netminder Ryan Bain stopped 24 of 26 shots he faced for his second win of the season. 

“I was seeing the puck really well tonight, there were a few times I misread where the shot was going but overcame that,” explains Bain. “I felt I had a solid game to get back into it, as we haven’t been winning lately.”

Moose Jaw is back on the ice on Wednesday in Outlook against the Saskatoon Blazers. 

Some high school provincial boys' volleyball playdowns this weekend. Assiniboia will host the 3A provincials this weekend, while Vanier and Central will make their way to Meadow Lake for the 4A tournament.

Five Canadian teams will take to the ice on Friday as NHL action returns after American Thanksgiving. In the afternoon, Toronto heads to Minnesota to face the Wild, Calgary will be in Washington to play the Capitals, Montreal takes on the Blackhawks in the Windy City and Ottawa goes to head-to-head against the Ducks in Anaheim. In later action, Winnipeg goes up against the Stars in Dallas.

And Canada's men's soccer team will play their second World Cup game in Qatar on Sunday as they take on Croatia.

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