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A family memorial will be held in Thunder Bay, ON with his immediate and extended family in late October. The Battery joined the 17 th Field Regiment in and left for England.
He was a proud member of the Royal Canadian Legion for over 60 years. Home from overseas, Jim had a lengthy career with the BA in Moose Jaw and was transferred to Edmonton in , where he worked with Gulf Oil until his retirement.
In , following the loss of his wife and sons, he moved back to Moose Jaw to be close to Carol, Jim and their families. He looked forward to spending his summers at Pine Lake with his children and grandchildren.
Sundays were extra special to Gramps when Steve came for supper, and treated him to a shave. The family wish to express their gratitude to the many people who have been helpful and kind to Gramps in his senior years.
He loved you all, as could be seen by the smile and wink he always had for his girls. We also want to thank Jan and Monica who were faithful visitors, Juanita who brought treats, Sandra who baked him chocolate chip cookies, and Gord who made sure he always had chocolate milk on hand for Jim.
A Memorial Service will be held on Tuesday, October 3 rd , at 1: The Moose Jaw Warriors finished their seven-game road trip on a hot streak, winning four of their last five games, and Captain Brett Howden was leading the way.
Division-leading Portland Winterhawks, Howden picked up two goals and three points. Howden has also won a team-high face-offs, which is more than double the next closest player on the team and sixth in the WHL.
The Warriors currently have seven players averaging at least a point per game, while three players are tied for the team lead with nine goals and two more are just one back with eight.
The Vikings knocked off the Central Cyclones in two straight sets , to walk away with the junior boys title on their home court. Central had beat Peacock in two sets , in the semifinal to open the night at Vanier Collegiate.
Vaneir lost just five sets all season in the junior league with three of those losses coming to the Riverview Royals.
The Vikings were made up of eight grade 10s and Turberfield said they played really well together right from the start of the season.
Riverview beat the Central Butte Bulldogs in two straight sets , to capture the league title. Central Butte had advanced into the final with a two-set win , over the Craik Cougars in the semifinal to open the night.
Jake Palmer scored in the first period on Saturday to give the Generals a just over four minutes into the game, but the Mintos struck for four goals in the second period, including three on the power play.
On Sunday, the Blazers opened the scoring late in a back-and-forth first period. The score stayed that way until late in the second when Alec Saretzky made it for Saskatoon, but Caragata answered back quickly for the Generals, making it a one-goal game going into the third.
Saskatoon scored midway through the frame and then added an empty netter to seal the win. Both goalies were busy for the Generals as they split the two games on the weekend.
The Generals will get a week off to work on their game as they prepare for a trip to the Bridge City on Sunday to square off with the Saskatoon Contacts.
After falling top the Estevan Bear Cats on Friday night at Affinity Place, the Mavericks came back with a win on Saturday afternoon to put their record at on the year.
The Bear Cats scored the go-ahead goal early in the third period to take the win. On Saturday, the Bear Cats opened the scoring with a shorthanded goal midway through the second, but Mikayla Anderson answered for the Mavericks just 11 seconds later to tie the game.
Devyn Davey and Cassidy Murphy scored early in the third period to give the Mavericks the bounce back win. Shakara Chutskoff was in the net for both games, making 35 saves in the loss on Friday and stopping 28 shots in Saturday.
The Mavericks will return to the ice this weekend for a pair of games as they hit the road to face the Parkland Lions on Saturday and then host the Notre Dame Hounds on Sunday.
The Mavericks are now on the year. The Warriors went 0-for-5 on the power play and 0-for-3 on the penalty kill in the loss. Moose Jaw will be back in action for two home games coming up this weekend as they host Humboldt Broncos on Saturday afternoon at the Bert Hunt and then welcome in the Yorkton Terriers at the Red Knight Arena on Sunday.
It was the second straight loss to the Argos for the Warriors, who also dropped a game to Notre Dame at home on Thursday last week.
Yorkton rolled to a win on Friday and then knocked off the Warriors on Saturday to complete the two-game sweep. The Warriors sit at on the year.
Puck drops at 7: Dalton Cushway and Aiden MacDonald also found the back of the net in the win. On Sunday, the Warriors needed a pair of second period goals from Belanger to pull out the win.
Belanger and Layne Gadd had a hat trick each to lead the offence for Moose Jaw, while Cole King picked up a pair of assists.
Chase Jocelyn had two goals, while Nicholas Lougheed added a goal and two points on Friday. The Warriors are still looking for their first win of the season as they sit at on the year.
They have a busy weekend ahead with three games on tap. The Vanier Spirits finished their season on a winning note over the weekend.
Moyse scored twice for the Spirits as they built up a lead against the Saints in the first half and then kept the pressure on in the second half to secure the win.
Molly Morris had the other first half marker for Vanier in the win. Vanier's Jane Morris battles a pair of Yorkton defenders to keep control of the ball during Saturday's bronze medal game at Sunningdale Field.
The Spirits dropped a heartbreaking game to Regina Luther in the semifinals on Friday afternoon. Moyse said scoring early in the bronze medal game allowed them to relax a bit more.
We brought it to them early Saturday so that we could get up and we just had to keep it going. Saturday marked the end of a special season for the Spirits, who continued to improve throughout the year and picked up some big wins along the way.
Saskatoon Bishop Mahoney, who Vanier had lost to in the regional final last weekend, went on to capture the gold medal with a win over Regina Luther in the provincial final on Saturday afternoon.
At the 1A boys provincials in Middle Lake, the Vanier Vikings lost both their games on Friday to end their run at a title.
The road trip started on a losing note, but ended with a bang for the Moose Jaw Warriors. After dropping the first two games of their seven-game trek through the U.
Division, the Warriors finished with four wins in the final five games, including a dominating win in the last game of the trip in Medicine Hat on Friday.
The Warriors scored nine goals on just 23 shots against the Central Division-leading Tigers as they picked up their 11th win of the season.
Moose Jaw comes out of the road trip with an record on the year, which has them one point clear of the Swift Current Broncos for first place in the East Division and Eastern Conference.
The Warriors saw the highs and lows of their game over the course of the road trip and were able to work out a lot of the kinks as they now settle in to play their next five games within the East Division.
The Warriors had the weekend off to rest up and they will return to home ice on Thursday night when they host the Prince Albert Raiders at Mosaic Place.
Moose Jaw will travel to P. Chris Jones believed in me. Richardson allowed the Riders to grind out the victory after they jumped out to a lead in the first quarter.
Playing in his fourth CFL game, Richardson looked like he found a rhythm for the first time as he pounded forward for 20 carries during the game. The former NFL top pick is starting to figure out the Canadian game and is turning into a key weapon for Saskatchewan late in the season.
Owens posted a game-high nine catches for yards receiving with a first quarter touchdown. In two games this season, the former league MOP has racked up 14 catches for yards and a touchdown.
Owens said he never doubted that he would be able to get back and help the Riders. The Riders used all three of their quarterbacks in the win with Kevin Glenn helping the team jump out to a lead in the first quarter before being replaced by Brandon Bridge.
Glenn came back to start the third quarter and hit Caleb Holley for a yard touchdown on his second pass of the quarter. He finished the game 7-of for yards with two touchdown passes.
The Riders got out to the early lead and were able to hold off the Alouettes, who lost for a tenth straight game. Durant went 9-for with yards passing and one interception.
Matt Shiltz came in after the injury and went 5-of for 47 yards and a yard touchdown to Samuel Giguere in the third quarter. The Riders had a chance to go up big late in the first half when Bridge drove the offence into scoring territory.
He found receiver Bakari Grant across the middle, the veteran receiver showboated before the goal line and had the ball knocked out for a fumble at the one-yard line.
The Riders remain in the hunt for third place in the West Division. A win this Saturday against Edmonton and a Winnipeg win on Friday night in Calgary would allow the Riders to move ahead of the Eskimos.
Winnipeg also locks up second place in the West with a win in Week Whichever team finishes fourth in the West will crossover to the East Division.
The Raiders jumped out to a lead at halftime and kept the pedal down right until the final whistle in their win over the Swift Current Colts in the title game at the Kinsmen Century Field in Yorkton.
Receiver Matthew Mandziuk scored a touchdown in the opening two minutes of the game and the Raiders were rolling from there. The provincial final goes on Nov.
Jeannot had four goals, including his second career WHL hat trick, and five points to lead the big night offensively for the Warriors.
Captain Brett Howden scored twice, while Justin Almeida finished with a goal and four points in the win. Moose Jaw came up the ice quickly and attacked the Tigers with their fore-check, winning battles along the boards and pushing the puck to the net for scoring chances.
The Warriors went up at However, the Warriors kept pushing to end the first period and second efforts in the offensive zone led to goals from Jayden Halbgewachs at Despite being outshot, the Warriors added two more goals to increase their lead.
With Moose Jaw on the penalty kill and a delayed penalty coming to Medicine Hat, Jeannot grabbed the puck inside his blue-line and rushed the ice.
Tigers year-old goalie Michael Bullion thought that the penalty was coming to Moose Jaw and rushed the Tigers bench, which allowed Jeannot to score a shorthanded goal into an empty net.
Howden scored his second of the game at 8: Halbgewachs had a goal and three points, Burke picked up three assists, and Brody Willms made 34 saves in the win.
Moose Jaw finishes their road trip with a record and they sit at overall on the season. The Spirits had many close chances during the second half to find the equalizer, but Regina Luther keeper Mira Cappello made some big saves to keep her team in front.
Vanier will now face Yorkton Sacred Heart in the bronze medal game on Saturday at noon. The gold medal game goes at 2 p.
They would string together three straight wins, finishing it off with a win over the second place Weyburn Falcons on Thursday night at Elks Field.
The Raiders took the long road to the championship, beating the fifth place Estevan Oilers, , in the quarterfinals last Tuesday. They then knocked off the undefeated Moose Jaw Razorbacks, in overtime, in the semifinals last Friday to secure their spot in the title game.
The Falcons were in the regular season and entered the finals after rolling to a win over the third place Swift Current Steelers in the semifinals.
Raiders running back Kayde Shymko powers through a couple of Falcons' defenders on his way to yards rushing in the win. Ten unanswered points in the second half helped propel the Raiders to the win after they trailed at halftime.
Shymko was named the Final's Most Valuable Player after he rushed for yards to power the Raiders to the win along the ground, while quarterback Jace Fraser punched in two rushing touchdowns.
The Falcons jumped out to an early lead in the first quarter and extended that lead to before the Raiders scored late in the second quarter on yard run by Fraser to pull within two heading into halftime.
A long drive by the Raiders to open the second half took almost the full quarter and was finished off by a three-yard touchdown run by Fraser that gave Moose Jaw their first lead of the game.
Kaleb Schanoski, who rushed for 89 yards in the win, nailed a yard field goal in the fourth quarter, his second of the game, to give the Raiders some breathing room and helped them lock up the win.
We just kept going and the kids bought in and it all clicked. The Central Cyclones finished off the regular season on a good note on Thursday night.
Central went into Vanier and knocked off the Vikings in three straight sets , , to close out the regular season in the Moose Jaw High School Senior Boys Volleyball League.
The Vikings have dropped back-to-back games this week after falling to Peacock in five sets on Tuesday. That comes after a strong performance on the weekend at the Moose Jaw Senior Boys Volleyball Tournament, which saw Vanier beat both Central and Peacock on their way to the tier 2 title.
In other senior boys action on Thursday night, the Cornerstone Falcons went into Avonlea and beat the Eagles in five sets , , , , On the girls schedule on Thursday, Vanier upended Central in four sets , , , , while the Caronport Cougars rolled to a three-set win , , over the Cornerstone Falcons.
The league playoffs will start on Tuesday night with the quarterfinals. The semifinals go next Thursday and the final is set for Nov.
After travelling over 3, kilometres, the Moose Jaw Warriors will play their seventh game in 12 nights in Medicine Hat to close out their two-week road trip.
The Warriors are on the trek and will be looking to finish things off on a high note in a showdown against the Tigers.
Moose Jaw had their three-game winning streak snapped on Wednesday night when they dropped an game to the Tri-City Americans in Kennewick, Washington.
Klatt said the team used their day-off on Thursday to clear their minds and get focused on bouncing back when they hit the ice in Medicine Hat.
The Warriors will be looking for a strong start against the Tigers. The Pre-Game Show is on the air at 7: He netted nine goals and 25 points in 44 games with the Cougars, while Justin Almeida, who was one of the players acquired by Moose Jaw in the deal along with import Yan Khomenko, a fifth round pick and a second round, has posted eight goals and 12 points in 14 games this season.
Rodewald Signs with Ottawa Warriors alum Jack Rodewald signed a two-year contract entry level with the Ottawa Senators and has been recalled by the team from the Belleville Senators after posting three goals and four points in five games this season.
All eyes were on Duron Carter last week and he definitely walked the walk as the Saskatchewan Roughriders secured a huge win in Calgary.
DiscoverMooseJaw's CFL Insider Matt Sheridan and host Marc Smith sit down to discuss Carter's performance at defensive back; the Riders' defensive performance overall in the win; what snapping the losing streak to Calgary will do for the team; and Darian Durant's return to Saskatchewan this week.
Week 19 CFL Picks: The Moose Jaw Warriors had their three-game winning streak snapped by the equally as hot Tri-City Americans, who won their sixth straight game on Wednesday night.
A lack of finish doomed the Warriors in the back-and-forth game against the Americans as Moose Jaw fell in Kennewick, Washington to drop their record to on their seven-game road trip.
Tri-City had an answer for whatever the Warriors threw at them throughout the game. Issac Johnson opened the scoring 5: Jordan Topping and Parker AuCoin would score less than a minute apart for the Americans midway through the second period to give them some cushion.
The Warriors would cut the lead back down to one just over two minutes later when Justin Almeida potted his eight goal of the season, but the Americans came right back to go up by two when Riley Sawchuk tipped home a goal only 41 seconds later.
Warriors captain Brett Howden riffled in a shot for his seventh of the season just 54 seconds into the third period, but it was all Americans after that as Morgan Geekie, Michael Rasmussen, Topping and Sasha Mutala all scored over a 5: Jett Woo scored on the power play with just over seven minutes to go, but that was as close as the Warriors got in the loss.
Willms made 29 saves, while Woo had a goal and two points, and Brayden Burke picked up a pair of assists in the loss.
Topping picked up two goals and four points, while Dylan Coughlan chipped in with four assists in the win for the Americans. Emotions spilled over late in the game with Howden given a ten-minute misconduct as time expired.
While these two teams only playing once a year, the bad blood built over a hard fought game between two contending teams in the WHL.
The Warriors will now close out their road trip by heading to Medicine Hat on Friday to face the Tigers, who knocked off the Spokane Chiefs, on Wednesday night.
The Warriors remain in the rankings for the fourth consecutive week. After leading the Moose Jaw Generals in scoring as a year-old last season, Newkirk has appeared in five of the first 12 games for the Winterhawks, who sit first in the U.
Division with a record and have been ranked each week this season in the CHL Top Playing on such a talented roster, Newkirk knows that he needs to make the most of every opportunity that comes his way.
Newkirk has one assist through five games this season. Newkirk and the Winterhawks return to the ice on Sunday to host the Everett Silvertips.
With the high school volleyball season about to head into the books over the next few weeks, the new club is starting to prepare for their new season and will be hosting a pair of evaluation camps over the next month.
There will be a number of high school coaches in the city involved with the club. The goal is to have teams in the girls age groups from 13UU and boys teams in the 14U and 15U divisions.
For more information on the club teams, head to the Thunder Creek Volleyball Club website. Matthew Culling scored the opening goal for the Pat Canadians and finished with two goals in the win, while Carter Belitski also potted a pair of goals for Regina.
Chase Nameth finished with a goal and two points, while Taylor Halbgewachs scored the other marker for Regina in the win.
The Generals return to the ice for a pair of home games this weekend. Puck drops on both games at 1: All three teams scored wins over previously undefeated teams as Week 3 action took over the Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre on Wednesday night with a full slate of eight games hitting the ice.
The Barker rink registered a win over the Murray Stroeder rink , scoring two in the eighth end to break up a tie. Jordison also picked up a tight win over the Lorraine Arguin rink to stay unbeaten.
Arguin had scored two in the seventh to pull within one, but Jordison scored one in the eighth to seal the win.
Barnsley remained undefeated with a big win over Ryan Wenarchuk Barnsley stole two in the second end to go in front and then finished off the win with a steal of two in the sixth and seventh ends.
In other action on Wednesday, Joe Gunnis rolled to a win over Ralph Courtnage ; Wade Gary found the win column with a dominating win over Bob Desjarlais ; Warren Marcotte held on for a win over Barb Wallace ; Donna Ackerman cruised to a win over Shaunna Fritzler ; and Ben Gamble scored a win over Patrick Ackerman The league hits the pebbled ice at Mosaic Place every Wednesday night at 7: Over at Vanier, the Spirits hosted a four-team round robin with Central Golf, Avonlea and Caronport all taking to the court.
Vanier rolled to a record in their three matches. Avonlea swept Central Gold in two sets , and then split against Caronport, winning the first set before the Cougars took the second set, Central Gold and Caronport split their match-up as well with the Cougars taking the first set, , and the Cyclones winning in the second set.
The Toilers put together a night, beating Riverview in two sets , and topping Central Red in two sets , The Cyclones scored a two-set win , against Riverview.
The junior volleyball playoffs will open on Monday with the boys hitting the court for the junior boys tournament at Vanier and the junior varsity boys tournament going at Riverview.
The semifinal game for both goes at 6: The junior girls playoffs will be held on Wednesday next week. Savill, an Ottawa product, was undergoing a battle with cancer during the event and unable to play, but he was given the chance to throw two rocks for the Howard team.
Pat Simmons' new rink for the curling season, which will be curling out of Winnipeg, MB. The curling season is in full swing for Simmons and his new team of young curlers from Manitoba.
The Moose Jaw product is looking to bounce back after having last season cut short when he parted ways with Team Bottcher just before the start of the provincial run.
Click here for the full schedule. They will also be one of 28 teams in Summerside, P. Moose Jaw Warriors captain Brett Howden was named to Team WHL last week and on Tuesday, the year-old forward found out that he will wearing a letter for the game as an alternate captain.
With so much talent on the ice for the two games, Howden said making sure you push your game to another level is key.
Howden said being familiar with a lot of the players on Team WHL will help make the transition into the game much easier. Click here to get your tickets for the game at Mosaic Place.
After entering the game with 28 shots through 12 games and getting no rewards, Burzan was able to come up big for the Warriors at a key time.
The two teams traded goals over the first 30 minutes of the game as each side used their speed and skill to generate scoring chances.
Brett Howden had opened the scoring for the Warriors late in a back-and-forth first period, but Skyler McKenzie answered quickly for Portland, scoring just a 1: Jett Woo put the Warriors in front just 3: Bellows scored his second of the game with 3: Halbgewachs led the Warriors with a goal and four points, while Howden had two goals and three points, Woo and Jeannot finished with a goal and two points each, and Brody Willms made 31 saves.
Riding a three-game winning streak, the Warriors will finish up the U. Division portion of their road trip on Wednesday with a trip to Kennewick, Washington to play the Tri-City Americans, who enter with five straight wins.
Warriors vs Americans Notes… This will be the first and only meeting of the season between the Warriors and Americans.
Moose Jaw is against the Americans in the last five years and that includes a record in Kennewick. Last season, the Americans narrowly beat the Warriors on Jan.
Burzan and Howden had one goal each for the Warriors and Zach Sawchenko took the loss. The last time they played in Kennewick was Nov.
Dryden Hunt led the Warriors with two goals and Willms got the win in net. At Cornerstone, the Cyclones dropped the opening set , but bounced back to win the next two sets, and Cornerstone forced the deciding set with a win in the fourth set.
The Cyclones righted the ship and pulled out a win to take the match. Peacock and Vanier went back-and-forth in their five-set battle.
The Toilers took the opening set, , but then saw Vanier respond with a win in the second set. The Toilers struck back with a win in the third set, but Vanier came right back with a win in the fourth.
Peacock was able to come away with a victory to finish off the night. In the pair of girls games, Central knocked off Cornerstone in four sets , , , , while Peacock scored a four-set win , , , over Vanier.
The senior volleyball league will be back on the court for four more games coming up on Thursday as Vanier hosts Central and Cornerstone heads on the road to Caronport and Avonlea.
Those games will close out the regular season as the playoff get underway next week with quarterfinals scheduled for Tuesday and semifinals set for next Thursday.
The championship games will be hosted at Sask Polytech on Nov. The local academy came up short in both games, falling on Saturday and on Sunday, but the new program is taking a lot away from the two games against a talented opposition.
The game was close five-on-five, but given a chance to work with the man advantage, the OHA Edmonton squad would make PHA pay on a number of occasions.
Kyle Masters had a pair of goals in the win for OHA Edmonton as they had six different goal scorers in the seven-goal performance.
PHA defenceman Ethan Peters said these two games were good lessons for them. Tanner Funk and Evan Callaghan also found the back of the net in the game, while Atley Calvert chipped in with a pair of assists.
Every time on the ice is a learning experience for the Cougars, who are in the inaugural season for the program.
Saturday was a good day for Vanier soccer as both their girls and boys squads secured spots at the SHSAA provincial championships thanks to second place finishes at regionals.
The Vanier Spirits will get the chance to serve as hosts for the 2A girls provincial championship after they finished second at regionals here in Moose Jaw on Saturday.
The Saints are a strong team, but Moyse felt they put up a good fight in a game that only counted for classification purposes with both teams advancing to provincials.
Vanier scored a hard fought win over the Central Cyclones in the semifinal on Saturday morning to lock-up their spot at hosts at provincials.
The Vanier Vikings attended the 1A boys regionals in North Battleford on Saturday and came away with a provincial berth after falling in overtime to Herbert in the championship game.
Vanier will travel to Middle Lake for the 1A boys provincial championship this weekend. They face second seed Lake Lenore in the quarterfinals on Friday morning at 11 a.
At the 2A boys regionals in Wilcox, the Peacock Tornadoes lost to the host Notre Dame Hounds, while the Central Cyclones dropped a game to Humboldt in the semifinals to end their seasons.
Click here for the full provincial schedules. There was strong performances across the board for local senior boys volleyball teams over the weekend as Moose Jaw hosted 16 teams from Saskatchewan and Manitoba for the annual Senior Boys Volleyball Tournament.
The Vanier Vikings had the top finish among the locals as they were able to walk away with the Tier 2 championship after beating Avonlea in the final on Saturday.
Vanier finished third in their pool on Friday, but they bounced back with a strong day on Saturday, beating both Peacock , and Central , in two straight sets to advance into the Tier 2 final.
Cornerstone and Rouleau both made it into Tier 1 division after finishing second in their respective pools on Friday before falling short against some tough competition on Saturday.
The senior volleyball league returns to the court on Tuesday with four games. The girls games hit the court at 6: Monday was a busy night on local volleyball courts with five sets of games happening around the Moose Jaw High School Junior Volleyball League.
The Spirits rolled over the competition over the course of the night, posting a record in their three games.
Vanier starting with a two-set split , against the Central Gold Cyclones. They would then cruise over the Peacock 9s in two straight sets , and then beat the Central Red Cyclones in two sets , The Peacock 9s won both sets against Central Gold , and then split against Central Red , In the all-Central match-up, the Red Cyclones came away with the win, cruising in two sets , Central Butte won a hard fought three-set battle , , against the Royals to open the night and then downed the Cougars in two straight sets , In the final game of the night, the Royals won in three sets , , over the Cougars.
Using their home court to their advantage, the Eagles picked up a pair of two-set wins over the Peacock 10s , and Rouleau , The Peacock 10s knocked off the Rebels in two sets , in the other game.
In junior boys action at Peacock, the Toilers squared off with the Central Butte Bulldogs and Riverview Royals for a three-team round robin.
Central Butte opened with a two-set win , over the host Toilers, but then dropped a three-set game , , to the Royals.
In the final match-up of the night, Peacock beat Riverview in two sets , Out in Craik, the Vanier Vikings put together a stellar night during their junior boys three-team round robin against the host Cougars and Central Cyclones.
Vanier beat Craik in two sets , in their first game of the night and then picked up a two-set win , over Central. Division road trip against the Winterhawks.
The Warriors, who were ranked ninth last week, will square off with the top ranked Winterhawks in their opening meeting of the season at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
Moose Jaw heads into the game off a pair of wins over the weekend, while Portland lost for just second time on Saturday when they fell to the Kelowna Rockets.
The Warriors are on the year, while the Winterhawks have put together a start to their season. Portland is led by a pair of NHL first round picks with Cody Glass posting six goals and 20 points so far this season, while Kieffer Bellows has seven goals and 17 points in his first WHL season.
This will be the most opposing firepower that the Warriors have faced so far this season and Woo said that the team will need to stay focused on the little details in their game to come out with two points.
This will be the fifth game in eight nights for the Warriors, who are in the final week of their two-week western road swing. Division on this road trip.
The team has had the past two days off and re-cooperating during that stretch was key. The Warriors and Winterhawks square off at 8 p.
Rowan Calvert had a hat trick on Saturday, while Haydn Hudyma picked up three assists to lead the offence for Moose Jaw in the loss.
Liam Fitzpatrick went off on Sunday with three goals and eight points in the win. Calvert chipped in with a goal and four points, while Dylan Duzan and Ashton Glova had two goals each.
They return to the ice on Friday in Yorkton. Gage Nagel also had a goal and four points in the victory. After going on Thursday, the Warriors closed out pool play with a loss to the Saskatoon Outlaws on Friday.
The Warriors were shutout in their first three games, but they were able to find the score sheet to finish the tournament, going out with a loss to the Central Plains Capitals.
Connor Ruckaber score twice in the loss, while Mikkel Hrechka had the other marker for the Warriors. Josh Fitzpatrick had four goals and five points in the loss for Moose Jaw, while Cooper Cole added a goal and three points.
The Warriors fell behind in the first period after the Millionaires scored three straight goals in the frame. The Warriors are now on the year.
They then went to Swift Current and skated to a tie against the Colts on Sunday. Nikita Halyk added two goals and four points as well in the win, while Keara Merriman had two goals and three points.
Swift Current scored four first period goals to jump out in front of the Mavericks on Sunday. Moose Jaw out-shot the Colts, , in the game and made it a one-goal game heading into the third with a trio of goals in the second period.
Gilroy scored a shorthanded goal with 6: Moose Jaw has a record to start the season. The Bisons skated to a win in the rematch at the Kinsmen Arena this weekend in Hockey Regina action.
Nolan Kearns had two goals in the loss for Moose Jaw, while Aiden MacDonald also found the back of the net in the defeat.
The Warriors return to the ice this Saturday when they travel to Regina to square off with the Blues at the Cooperators Centre.
Kayden Hudson put together a stellar performance in net for the Warriors as he made 46 saves to salvage the tie. The Warriors were out-shot in the game.
They return to the ice this weekend for a pair of games as they host the Regina Buffaloes on Friday night, 7 p. The Razorbacks led at halftime, but the Raiders were able to force the game to overtime with a strong second half.
The Raiders kicked a yard field goal to open the overtime frame and then their defence held, ending the game with a third down interception to take the win.
The peewee division final will be an all-Weyburn affair after the first place Weyburn Ravens pulled off a win over the fourth place Assiniboia Rockets on Friday in the semifinals.
They meet on Sunday night at 6 p. LaBatte signed a four-year contract extension with the Roughriders on Monday that will keep him with the team through the season.
The veteran offensive lineman is in his sixth season with the Riders and tenth season in the Canadian Football League overall. Over six seasons, LaBatte has started 83 of 85 regular season games, four playoff games and won the Grey Cup with the Green and White in This season has seen LaBatte spend the majority of the season at centre as opposed to his transition left guard spot.
The Riders are coming off a playoff-spot clinching, , win in Calgary last Friday, which was their first win over the Stampeders at McMahon Stadium since This weekend saw the Moose Jaw Warriors get back on track after stumbling to open their seven-game U.
The Warriors skated past the Everett Silvertips, , on Friday and then downed the defending WHL champion Seattle Thunderbirds, , on Saturday to improve their record to on the year.
He had 11 goals and 28 points in 70 games last season. The Warriors currently have six players with double digit points through 12 games.
Almeida said the group is really coming together as they travel 3,kilometres around the Pacific Northwest.
Being honoured by any hall of fame is a special moment for anyone, but being inducted into your hometown hall of fame, that adds something extra.
Another sold-out attended the third annual induction ceremony for the hall of fame, which become a highlight of the local sports community in Moose Jaw.
Graeme McMaster and the Master Relics fastball team. Towriss spent 33 years as the head coach of the Huskies, winning the Vanier Cup three times and appearing in the national championship game on nine occasions.
Anholt, who now lives in Texas after wrapping up his award-winning collegiate and professional baseball career, said it was very special to be asked to come back and go into the hall of fame.
He would represent Canada at the Olympics in baseball and play six seasons of professional hockey in Germany. Despite all the accomplishments on the playing field, Heisler said that coming back to Moose Jaw and starting his family is what he cherishes most.
Heisler is the first two-time member of the hall of fame after being inducted in the inaugural class with the Moose Jaw Generals. Moose Jaw was a hot bed for lacrosse in Saskatchewan long before the Rush ever set up shop in Saskatoon.
A big reason for that was the work done by Steve Michaluk and others at the grassroots level. Michaluk, who has been inducted into the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame as a player, played a big part in getting the sport started in Moose Jaw along with Barry Stewart.
He credited Jim Trites with really getting things started and helping to bring him to Moose Jaw. Michaluk helped lead the local lacrosse teams in numerous provincial and national titles over the years.
He opened his Chiropractic and Sports Medicine Clinic in , working with many athletes to treat injuries throughout the years.
As a coach, McMaster coached track and cross-county running with Moose Jaw high schools and the Rotary Track Club from before moving onto the collegiate level with the University of Regina, where he helped the cross country team to a Canada West championship.
Many of the athletes that McMaster coached went on to win medals at the college level in Canada and the United States. Joining the athletes and builders in the induction class this year, the Moose Jaw Masters Relics fastball team was also enshrined in the hall.
The longevity of the Relics is their legacy as they played together for 19 years, picking up at least a first or second place finish at provincials in 16 of those years.
All but two of the players on the team were able to make it back for the banquet over the weekend. The Swift Current Colts pulled off a massive win for their program, beating the Tornadoes, , at Gutheridge Field in semifinal action.
We squandered some opportunities early in the first quarter when we had the wind. There was a few turning points for the Colts that helped them to the win, the biggest being an unbelievable catch by receiver Nic Bachiu for a touchdown with just 12 seconds remaining in the first quarter.
The Colts fed off that touchdown going into halftime. They had the wind to start the third quarter and took full advantage, scoring a pair of touchdowns to take the lead and Peacock could never recover.
Peacock's Payton Chow, who took over at quarterback after an injury to Garrick Ward, takes a big hit from a Swift Current defender during Saturday's semifinal match-up at Gutheridge Field.
Chow took over, but he also left with an injury in the third quarter. In the end, the Tornadoes were held to just yards of offence, including only six yards passing, in the loss.
Chow finished with nine carries for 82 yards and a touchdown. He was 1-of-4 for minus-two yards passing while filling in for Ward, who went 0-for-5 before the injury.
Tony Cushway came in at quarterback after Chow was injured and completed one pass for eight yards to Ashton Woodley.
For the fourth straight year, the Saskatoon Hilltops are walking away with the Prairie Football Conference championship. His top target was fellow Moose Javian and PFC all-star Levi Paul , who hauled in a game-high nine passes for 86 yards and a touchdown.
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