The Moose Jaw Warriors defeated the Saskatoon Blades 5-4 in overtime at Mosaic Place on Sunday night, ending the Blades win streak at 18 games.
The Blades jumped out to a 4-0 lead after 40 minutes of play, thanks to two goals from Mat Stransky and singles from Duncan Siemens and Michael Ferland.
The Warriors rallied in the third period as Brayden Point scored twice, while Justin Kirsch and Jordan Messier also scored for the home side.
Saskatchewan pulled out a 4-3 extra-end win over PEI in the opening draw of the Tim Horton's Brier at Rexall Place in Edmonton on Saturday.
Brock Virtue's team from the Callie Curling Club in Regina stole one in the ninth end to take a 3-1 lead, but Eddie MacKenzie's quartet rallied with a deuce in ten to force an extra end.
Captain Brennan Bosch led the U of S Huskies to a 5-4 overtime win over the Alberta Golden Bears in game two of the best-of-three Canada West hockey final in Edmonton on Saturday night.
Canadians will not let a little snow stop them from drag racing.
In true Canuck fashion, snowmobile racers will go head-to-head in Saturday’s Snow Drag Races at Prairieland Park.
Saskatchewan Snowmobile Racing Association director Dale Rogers said every year the event attracts more racers.
“This year I think our average race has been close to 90 sleds per [event]. It keeps growing,” he said, adding they expect nearly 100 racers this year. “Just the phone calls I’ve been getting from everywhere, B.C., Manitoba and of course Saskatchewan. It’s just been awesome.”
The University of Alberta Golden Bears blanked the U of S Huskies 5-0 in the opening game of the best of three Canada West final on Friday night in Edmonton.
Former Prince Albert Raider Jordan Hickmott had two goals for the Bears, while Brett Ferguson, Johnny Lazo and former Saskatoon Blade Travis Toomey added singles.
The Bears outshot the Huskies 45-12 in the hockey game. Ryan Hofield made 27 stops in the Huskies net before making way for David Reekie who made 13 saves in the third period.
The Saskatoon Blades' win streak has reached 18 games after a 4-1 win over the Brandon Wheat Kings at Credit Union Centre.
With the victory on Friday night, the Blades' Lorne Molleken became just the second coach in WHL history to get 600 wins.
It’s going to be an
exciting weekend for Weyburn’s Graham DeLaet at the PGA Tour’s Honda
He shot a second round 68 on Friday which puts him at seven under for the tournament. That’s just two shots of the lead held by Luke Guthrie.
The story of the day though belongs to world number one Rory McIlroy.
He walked off the course after eight holes citing a sore wisdom tooth. He also said he wasn’t mentally with it. He was seven over par for the day when he walked off.
Brody McKnight's tour of the CFL continues.
The kicker, who was originally drafted in the first round by the Alouettes in 2011, traded to Edmonton for a first round draft pick in 2012, is now a Saskatchewan Roughrider.
Heading to Edmonton will be a pair of fifth round draft picks. The Riders are also picking up a sixth round draft pick. All of the picks in the deal are for the up-coming CFL Canadian Draft.
The Vancouver native played in only three games last season.
As the old saying goes, better late than never.
The CFL handed out the 2012 Coach of the Year award Thursday in Regina in front of a room filled with executives and employees from across the league.
Not surprisingly when all was said and done, the Argonauts Scott Milanovich was named the winner, after guiding Toronto to the Grey Cup in November. He beat out the Lions Mike Benevides and the Stampeders John Hufnagel for the award.
It’s a good start for Weyburn’s Graham DeLaet at the PGA Tour’s Honda Classic.
He carded a five under 65 to sit in a tie for second place after his first round.
DeLaet got off to a good start putting up four birdies on the front nine. He followed that up with two more birdies and a bogey on the back.
So far this year, DeLaet has won $223,824 which puts him 61st on the money list.
A win this week would get him into this year’s first major: the Masters.