The Rivers Jets, Virden Oil Kings and Deloraine Royals were winners in the Tiger Hills Hockey League Friday night. Shayne Wiebe had a goal and two assists as the beat the Souris Elks 6-3. Kyle Braybrook had two goals and an assist in the Oil Kings 8-1 victory over the Pilot Mound Pilots. The Royals defeated the Killarney Shamrocks 5-2.

In the Westman High School Hockey League – Jackson Bachewich made 29 saves as the Minnedosa/Erickson Chancellors edged the Swan Valley Tigers 2-1. Aidan Lewis scored twice as the Birtle/Shoal Lake/Rossburn Falcons beat the Virden Golden Bears 5-3.

The Southwest Cougars gave up three power play goals and lost 5-3 to the defending Manitoba U18 AAA Hockey League champion Winnipeg Wild. Nate Robson, Bryan Laing and Sebastien Stone did the goal scoring for the Cougars who trailed 3-1 after 40 minutes. Laing and Stone scored 11 seconds apart seven minutes in the third period to draw the Cougars even.

Connor McClennon had a goal and an assist as the Winnipeg Ice beat the Brandon Wheat Kings 4-1 at Westoba Place. Nolan Ritchie had the lone goal for the Wheat Kings. The two teams will again tonight at the newly renovated Wayne Fleming Arena at the Max Bell Centre. It’s the home opener for the Ice who played their first 13 games on the road this season. Winnipeg won 12 of those 13 games.

Blake Wheeler scored 32 seconds into overtime to lift Winnipeg past Arizona 3-2. Cole Perfetti and Mark Scheifele did the goal scoring for the Jets in regulation. David Riitich made 19 saves in net for Winnipeg. The Jets wrap up their three-game road trip Sunday against the Vegas Golden Knights.

Zach Collaros threw touchdown passes to Dalton Schoen and Rasheed Bailey in his one quarter of work as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers won their regular season finale 24-9 over the BC Lions Friday night at IG Field. Brady Oliveria ran for 72 yards and eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark. Mike O’Shea is the first Bombers head coach to guide his team to a 15-win season. Winnipeg finished first in the CFL West at 15-3 and will host the division final in two weeks. The Lions will meet the Calgary Stampeders at BC Place Stadium in the West semifinal next Sunday.