The Minnedosa Bombers and Melita Bisons were winners in the Tiger Hills Hockey League Sunday. Shane Jury had a goal and two assists as Minnedosa beat Pilot Mound 3-1. Zane Sawyer and Matt Saler also scored for the Bombers. Sam Takahashi had the lone goal for the Pilots. Ryan Crepeele had a hat trick and assisted on Lucas Oliver's go-ahead goal 14:29 into the third period as Melita doubled up on Wawanesa 4-2. Jackson Wallis and Mike Reykdal replied for the Jets. 

In the Westman High School Hockey League - Rylan Dean scored all three Crocus Plains goals and Kelsey Dell made 44 saves as the Plainsmen shaded Killarney/Wawanesa 3-2. Xander Mecas had three goals and an assist as the Major Pratt Trojans downed Glenboro/Carberry/Baldur 7-5. Josh Romanik scored four times and Sawyer Wallin made 23 saves as the Vincent Massey Vikings blanked Sandy Bay 10-0 and Haden Mackadenski, Ty McKenzie and Ethan Hunter each had a goal and an assist as Birtle/Shoal Lake/Rossburn defeated Reston/Elkhorn/Melita/Hartney 6-4

The Southwest Cougars fell 6-5 to the Winnipeg Wild. Hudson Kowalchuk scored the winner 3:10 into overtime for the defending Manitoba U18 AAA Hockey League champions. Nate Robson had a pair of goals for the Cougars who led 5-2 seven minutes into the third period. Sebastian Stone, Jack Clark and Connor Hoemsen also scored for Southwest.

The Westman Wildcats dropped a 2-1 decision to the Winnipeg Avros. Erica Stutsky had the lone goal for the Wildcats.

Canada won bronze at the 2024 World Women's U18 Hockey Championship Sunday in Zug, Switzerland. Caitlin Kraemer of Waterloo, Chloe Primerano of North Vancouver and Abby Stonehouse of Blenheim, Ontario scored two goals each as Canada downed Finland 8-1. Avery Pickering of St. Adolphe and Sara Manness of La Salle were on Team Canada's roster. The United States defeated Czechia 5-1 in the gold medal game. 

Nolan Flamand, Matteo Michels and Quinn Mantei scored third period goals in the Brandon Wheat Kings 6-4 victory over the Prince Albert Raiders at Westoba Place. Hayden Wheddon, Rylen Roersma and Carter Klippenstein also scored for the Wheat Kings. Ethan Eskit made 32 saves in net for Brandon. The game was tied 2-2 after the first period and 3-3 after forty minutes.

Emma Woods scored in overtime and Elm Creek's Corinne Schroeder made 39 saves as New York edged Minnesota 3-2. The loss is Minnesota’s first of the PWHL season after the team had won its first three games, all in regulation.