Make it three wins in a row for the Moose Jaw Warriors, as the team won a hard-fought battle on Tuesday night, 3-1 over their division rivals the Saskatoon Blades. Josh Hoekstra got the game-winner for the Warriors in the second period of last night's game. Ryder Korczak said after the win that it was a tough game to create offence. 

"It was difficult, they're a shutdown team and was like a playoff game out there," says Korczak. "There were not a lot of second or third opportunities, but I thought we did really well in getting in front of their goalie."

The win pulls Moose Jaw within one point of the Blades for second place in the east division. The two teams complete the home-and-home series on Wednesday in Saskatoon at 7:00 p.m. Catch all the action on Country 100. 

Though the Warriors are away, Moose Jaw's AAA squad is in action at the Moose Jaw Events Centre, as they host the Yorkton Maulers on Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. A win on Wednesday will put the eighth-place WINMAR Warriors into a tie for sixth in the league standings with the Warman Wildcats. Tickets for Wednesday's tilt are available at

Moose Jaw's U18 AA Warriors were in action on Tuesday. They lost a tough one 7-3 last night to the Regina Capitals. Brendan Gerbrandt, Ryan Gibbs, and Nolan Kearns were the goal scorers for Moose Jaw. 

On Tuesday, four Canadian teams were busy in the NHL. Toronto edged out Buffalo 5-4 in overtime, Montreal was 4-1 winners over Winnipeg at home, and Edmonton beat Seattle 5-2 at home. 

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