The Moose Jaw Warriors and Saskatoon Blades are tied at two games apiece in the WHL Eastern Conference Championship, after the Blades won 5-4 in overtime against the Warriors yesterday at the Moose Jaw Events Centre.

The Blades scored three goals in the first eight minutes of the first period. Brayden Yager scored first for the Warriors, followed by Jagger Firkus, but the Blades' Tanner Molendyk responded with a fourth goal for the Blades before the end of the first period. 

Warriors Brayden Yager and Rilen Kovacevic tied up the game in the second period with a score apiece, and neither side scored in the third period, leading to overtime, with Egor Sidorov winning it for the Blades. 

Three out of four games have ended in overtime so far in the series.

The Warriors are in Saskatoon for Game 5 tomorrow at 7 pm, before the series returns to the Hangar in Moose Jaw on Sunday. You can catch all the action on Country 100 with Voice of the Warriors, James Gallo. 

Golden Ticket Volleyball coaches coaching Sask Summer Games teams include Madi Mcfie for the 15U Women's Beach Team, Shaelyn Ramage for the 14 U Women's Indoor team, and Nigel Mullan and Cam Lewis for the South West Indoor team. 

Congratulations to Central's Keaton Belsher who's playing in the CFC Prospect Game on May 31 in Ottawa, and is in the top 75 high school football players in Canada. 

Last night in the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs, the Vegas Golden Knights fell to the Dallas Stars 3-2 - the Stars now have a 3-2 record. The Edmonton Oilers will be moving on to the second round with a 4-3 win over the Los Angeles Kings.

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