The Hartney Blues, Cartwright Clippers and Melita Bisons were winners in the Tiger Hills Hockey League Wednesday night. Tyler Bertholet had two goals and two assists as the Blues downed the Killarney Shamrocks 7-3. Drew Haight scored twice as Cartwright beat the Wawanesa Jets 5-3. The Clippers moved into first place in the East Division. Cartwright is one point ahead of Gladstone. The Lakers and Clippers both have one game left. Ryan Crepeele had a goal and two assists as Melita edged the Souris Elks 4-3. The Bisons clinched sixth place in the West Division and will face Virden in the opening round of the playoffs

In the Westman High School Hockey League - Myles Ganske stopped 27 shots as the Killarney/Wawanesa Raiders blanked Reston/Elkhorn/Melita/Pierson 7-0; Joshua Haubrick had a goal and two assists as Sandy Bay beat Crocus Plains 5-2; Evan White and Will Fawcett scored in the shootout as Vincent Massey edged Neepawa 3-2; Hayden Armstrong made 44 saves as McCreary/Ste. Rose downed Glenboro/Carberry/Baldur 4-1 and Luke DeCorby had three goals and three assists and Murray Cook made 23 saves in Major Pratt's 140 victory over Grand Plains.

The Southwest Cougars dropped a 3-2 decision to the Yellowhead Chiefs in Souris. Chiefs forward Cooper Kasprick scored the tying goal with 3:42 left in regulation and then potted the winner 14 seconds into overtime. Luke Mackenzie and Kelby Diehl replied for the Cougars who lead 1-0 after the first period and 2-0 after forty minutes. 

Nathan Driver scored twice as the Virden Oil Capitals edged the OCN Blizzard 4-3. Colten Miller and Beau Larson also scored for the Oil Capitals who took three of a possible four points from the Blizzard on the northern road trip. 

The Manitoba Moose lost 3-1 to the Texas Stars. Matt Alfaro scored for the Moose. Manitoba goaltender Mikhail Berdin faced 29 shots. Stars netminder Adam Scheel stopped 35 shots including all 15 he faced in the second period.

Canada's medal count is 12 at the 2022 Winter Games in Beijing. Quebec's Eliot Grondin won silver medal in men's snowboard cross, long track speedskater Isabelle Weidemann of Ottawa won silver in the women's 5,000 meters, Jack Crawford of Toronto took bronze in men's Alpine combined and Canada captured bronze in Mixed Team Aerials. Canadian athletes have won one gold, four silver and seven bronze medals. In curling - Jennifer Jones won her opener 12-7 over EunJung Kim of South Korea. Brad Gushue defeated Steffen Walstad of Norway 6-5 and improved to 2-0. Canada's men's hockey team won its preliminary round opener 5-1 over Germany.