A slow start by the Moose Jaw Warriors was taken advantage of by the Spokane Chiefs and ended up losing 5-2 in front of the home crowd on Tuesday. Warriors forward Ryder Korczak had this to say after Tuesday night's game.
"We're weren't clicking tonight," says Korczak. "When we're not clicking my job is to get another gear and get the guys on their horses. I'm trying to do my job but we have to be a whole lot better."
Robert Baco and Harper Lolacher found the back of the net for Moose Jaw. They are back on the ice on Friday night as they welcome the Regina Pats at 7:00 p.m. to finish off their first half schedule before their Christmas holidays.
The Moose Jaw WINMAR AAA Warriors also had a slow start, which led to a tough 9-3 loss on Tuesday in Saskatoon against the Blazers. Connor Miller, Owen Prohar and Bryce Boughen got on the board for the Warriors in the loss. They finish off their 2022 schedule on the road this weekend with a pair of games in Estevan against the Bears.
Some senior girls' basketball action on Tuesday between Vanier and Peacock. Peacock was able to squeak out the 60-59 win on their home court. Haley Clark led the way for Peacock putting up 22 points in the win.
To the NHL we go....three Canadian teams took to the ice on Tuesday. It was Toronto blanking Anaheim 7-0, Edmonton doubled up Nashville 6-3, and the Jets lost 6-5 to Vegas.
And in other NHL news, Washington Capitals star Alex Ovechkin has become the third NHL player to score 800 career goals. He notched his 29th career hat trick on Tuesday night as the Capitals downed the Blackhawks 7-3.
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