It's all smiles for the Moose Jaw Warriors as it was a weekend sweep for them as they continued their BC road swing. It all started on Friday night with a 3-2 win against the Kamloops Blazers. Brayden Yager finished the game with a goal and an assist. The Warriors followed that up with a 4-3 win in Kelowna against the Rockets on Saturday. Jager Firkus scored the game-winner on the powerplay with 18 seconds left to seal the win. 

Moose Jaw will continue their road trip on Tuesday night in Victoria against the Royals. Puck drop is slated for 9:00 p.m. and James Gallo with have all the live play-by-play for you on Country 100 starting at 8:45 p.m. 

After having the weekend off, the Moose Jaw WINMAR AAA Warriors will be back on the ice on Wednesday, as they travel to Outlook for a neutral site game against the Saskatoon Blazers at 7:45 p.m.

The Moose Jaw U15 AA Warriors are coming home from Manitoba with some hardware. The Warriors took down the U15 AAA Southwest Cougars 5-2 on Sunday to walk away as the "C" side champs at the Winnipeg Jets AAA Classic. Goaltender Jayce Finiak took home the tournament all-star as the top goalie, which was chosen by Western Hockey League scouts. 

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The U13 A Carpet One Mavericks Team #2 went into Swift Current this weekend and came out as the "A" side champions. They beat Swift Current 6-4, Weyburn 7-1, and Regina 18-0. And in the final, they took down Prairie Storm 9-2. 

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To the NHL we go! Three Canadian teams took to the ice on Sunday, the Winnipeg Jets thumped the Chicago Blackhawks 7-2, Vancouver needed overtime to take down San Jose 4-3. and Ottawa also needed extra time in LA to get past the Kings 3-2. 

Alphonso Davies scored Canada's first-ever goal in a men's World Cup competition during a 4-1 loss to Croatia on Sunday. The loss means Canada will not make it to the knockout round. The team will close its stay in Qatar against Morocco on Thursday.