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Pats hang on for 3-2 win over Victoria

Three wins in a row and points in seven straight games for the Regina Pats they edged the Victoria Royals 3-2 on Friday night.

Saskatoon fans cheer on Canadian Olympic hockey team

Some of Saskatoon's biggest hockey fans could be found watching today's game at Cosmopolitan Industries.

Around 100 special needs participants packed the building's gym, waving flags and cheering for Canada.

Hockey fan Curtis led the chants.

"I said "go Canada go, U.S. sucks," he said with a smile.

Brian Stones sat in the gym's front row, excitedly counting down the last 10 seconds of the game.

Saskatchewan curling legend weighs in on Olympic showing

Joan McCusker knows her curling. She grew up on the rinks in Saltcoats and played second on the team with Sandra Shmirler at all levels of the game.

Updated: Bars in Regina, Saskatoon to open early for hockey

Bars across Saskatchewan will be able to will open their doors extra early on Sunday for diehard sports fans.

Due to overwhelming demand, the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA) announced every bar in Saskatchewan, excluding bars in Prince Albert, can open and serve alcohol as early as 5:30 a.m. for the Team Canada men's hockey gold medal match.

SLGA had orginally said bard would need permits and they would be issued on a case-by-case basis. However the Prince Albert municipality asked to be excluded from the sweeping permit.

UPDATE: Fans set work, school aside for hockey semi-final

As Canada's mens hockey team beat their American rivals in Sochi, Saskatchewanians were cheering proudly and not ashamed to admit they were setting aside work and school to watch the game.

Canada advanced to the men's final after beating the U.S. 1-0 in the mid-day game. The win gives the team a chance to repeat as Olympic champions, having taken home gold in 2010 in Vancouver.

Cheers across SK as Canadian women win hockey gold

Whether it was at a Regina sports bar or the court house in Shaunavon, people in Saskatchewan had their eyes on the women's hockey gold medal game.

Canada's women's hockey team came from behind in dramatic fashion against their U.S. rivals to take home the gold medal in Sochi, Russia.

Sask. girls react to gold medal hockey win

Michelle Rezansoff had a full house during Thursday's women's hockey gold medal game between Canada and the U.S.

Her Saskatoon home was taken over by ten girls' hockey players, all between the ages of 9 and 11. 

"It's been loud. They've been down in the basement  but there's been varying degrees of rumbling coming from the basement," she said.

Roughriders announce 2014 coaching staff

The Saskatchewan Roughriders 2014 coaching staff is a lot like their 2013 coaching staff.

The Riders roster may have taken a big hit with some 12 players leaving for other teams both north and south of the border, but only a few coaches are out the door.

Canadian women's hockey team takes gold in overtime win

Canada's women's hockey team came from behind in dramatic fashion against their U.S. rivals to take home the gold medal in Sochi, Russia.

The entire first period lapsed with neither side drawing first blood. Canada fell behind in the second period when American Meghan Duggan scored the first goal of the game. The U.S. added a second in the third period to take a 2-0 lead.

Sisters win double gold in alpine skiing at Sask Winter Games

Many sisters like to do things together, and in the case of the Fehr sisters, their hobby is winning gold medals.

Shayna and Nadine Fehr both competed in the alpine ski event in the Saskatchewan Winter Games at Wapiti ski hill on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

In the end, they will both be returning home with double gold. Two gold medals each.

Some people may compare them to the Dufour-Lapionte sisters who recently competed in the Sochi Winter Olympics. Justine and Chloe took gold and silver in women’s skiing moguls.

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