Three Moose Jaw hockey products will compete for Junior A supremacy starting Thursday in Portage la Prairie Manitoba. Brydon Bell, Caelan Fitzpatrick, and Kirk Mullen will all attend the National Junior A Centennial Cup. Bell and his Kam River Fighting Walleye will kick off the tournament against the Battlefords North Stars, while Fitzpatrick the Brooks Bandits will battle the Yarmouth Mariners in their opener, and Mullen and the Steinbach Pistons will take on the Ottawa Jr. Senators on Thursday. 

Moose Jaw's Infinity Athletics and their U12 Supernovas wrapped up their All Star World Championship in Orlando Florida with a fourth-place finish. Their final scoring was a 93.3 out of 100 and were so close to a third-place finish. 

Over to the lacrosse field, Quinn Ingalls and his Lander Bearcats walked away with their first Peach Belt Conference Tournament Title after taking down the Flagler College 14-11 on Saturday. Ingalls finished with a goal and two assists in the championship game. 

The Moose Jaw 15U AAA Canucks are off to a good start in their Saskatchewan Premier Baseball League season, as they walked away with a 4-3 extra inning win over the South East A's. 

In the NHL Playoffs, New Jersey doubled up the Hurricanes 8-4, Seattle beat up on Dallas 7-1, and the Leafs fell 3-2 in overtime to Florida to trail 3-0 in their second round series. 

And the Blue Jays would complete the weekend sweep against the Pittsburgh Pirates with a 10-1 win on Sunday. 

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