Eric Alarie scored 17 seconds into the game and the Moose Jaw Warriors never looked back from there, as they rolled to an 8-4 win on Tuesday night over the Lethbridge Hurricanes. Atley Calvert finished with two goals and an assist and moved into a tie with David Bararuk for the most goals by a Moose Jaw-born player in Warriors’ history with a team-high 33 this season.

"It's pretty cool! says Calvert. "Anytime you can be compared to guys that have come and played here before and have been successful it's cool. At the end of the day, that's the product of our team, as we have a really good group here."

The Warriors will get prepared for a home-and-home series with the Swift Current Broncos that will start on Friday night in Moose Jaw at 7:00 p.m. 

Over to the Warriors of tomorrow, Moose Jaw's AAA squad is preparing for their final game of the regular season on Friday night. They will head to Regina and take on the Pat Canadians at the Brandt Centre for an 8:00 p.m. puck drop. 

Speaking of wrapping up their regular season, the Moose Jaw U15 AA Warriors will do that on Wednesday on the road in Weyburn at 7:30 p.m. A win tonight will put them into 6th place as they prepare for their first playoff appearance in six years. 

The Saskatchewan Winter Games continues on Wednesday, a total of 57 athletes from Moose Jaw are competing in a variety of sports for the South West District. You can see the full schedule and roster here.

Saskatchewan's Robyn Silvernagle lost a pair on Tuesday at the 2023 Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Kamloops, BC, to drop her rink to 1-5 and out of playoff contention. She will continue her tournament on Wednesday against Nunavut. 

A busy night in the NHL on Tuesday, as four Canadian teams were in action. Montreal beat New Jersey 5-2, Toronto doubled up Buffalo 6-3, Vancouver fell 5-4 in a shootout in Nashville, and Edmonton took down Philadelphia 4-2. 

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