Axel Jonsson-Fjallby scored the go-ahead goal at 14:23 of the third period as the Winnipeg Jets opened their three-game road trip with a 6-4 victory over the Los Angeles Kings. Mark Scheifele, Adam Lowry, Pierre-Luc Dubois, Nate Schmidt and Blake Wheeler into an empty net with 41 seconds left in regulation also scored for Winnipeg. Connor Hellebuyck made 40 saves in nets for the Jets who face the Arizona Coyotes tonight at Arizona State University's brand-new Mullett Arena in Tempe. 

Three members of the Brandon Wheat Kings were named on NHL Central Scouting’s preliminary players to watch list. Goaltender Carson Bjarnason and forward Nate Danielson received an A-Rating while forward Rylen Roersma received a C-Rating. Bjarnason is 6-2-1 this season with a 1.99 goals-against average, .945 save percentage and one shutout in nine games. He leads WHL goalies with 310 saves. Danielson had three goals and 10 assists during the Wheat Kings eight-game road trip. Roersma, came was invited to Colorado Avalanche’s development camp last summer, has potential to be a over-age draft pick next spring. NHL Central Scouting identifies players with a rating system that includes four categories. The A rating indicates players projected to be first round picks. The B rating indicates players projected to be second round or third round candidates, and the C rating indicates players projected to be fourth, fifth or sixth round selections. 

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers play their regular season finale tonight (7:30 p.m.) against the B.C. Lions at IG Field. Quarterback Zach Collaros, who did not play in Vancouver when the two teams met in week 19, will start against the Lions. Receivers Greg Ellingson and Drew Wolitarsky will return to the lineup. Ellingson was injured in the Bombers week 10 loss to the Montreal Alouettes while Wolitarsky suffered a knee injury in Winnipeg's Banjo Bowl victory over the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Nic Demski will not play as he's dealing with a calf injury. The Bombers (14-3) have clinched first place and will host the CFL's West Division final. The Lions (12-5) will finish second and meet the Calgary Stampeders in the division semifinal next weekend at BC Place Stadium.

Sara Boissonneault of the Université de Saint-Boniface Les Rouges and Camilo Rodriguez of the Brandon University Bobcats are the Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference's soccer Players of the Year. Boissonneault lead the MCAC in scoring with 21 goals in 12 games. The Winnipeg native had six multiple goal games with two games of four goals scored each. Rodriguez also lead the MCAC in scoring with 15 goals in 12 games. The Brandon native had five multiple goal games with two games of three goals scored each. Brandon's Kendra Mansoff of the Assiniboine Community College Cougars, Ashley Robinson of Minnedosa who plays for Brandon University, Cartwright's Sam Wetstein of the Bobcats and Brandon's Gerardo Alas Donado of ACC were named to the MCAC All-Conference Team along with Zach Wood and Victor Andrade of Brandon University and Theo Manias of the Cougars.