Jesse Linner scored the tying goal with two seconds left in regulation and then potted the winner 4:04 into overtime to lift the Hartney Blues past the Deloraine Royals 3-2 in the lone Tiger Hills Hockey League game. David Robertson also scored for the Blues. Mitchell Vandendorpe and Tanner Clyne replied for the hometown Royals.
The Glenboro/Carberry/Baldur Wildcats and Minnedosa/Erickson Chancellors were winners in the Westman High School Hockey League Wednesday night. Trey Dickson scored 1:48 into overtime as Glenboro/Carberry/Baldur edged Boissevain/Souris 3-2. Cameron Rohs and Jaren Waldner scored in regulation for the Wildcats. Ty Tosh and Conner Graham scored first period goals for the Broncos. Cole Erickson scored twice and Jackson Bachewich made 49 saves as Minnedosa/Erickson downed the Neepawa Tigers 6-3.
The Manitoba Junior Hockey League's Top Prospects Showcase wrapped up Wednesday at Stride Place in Portage. The Virden Oil Capitals will play a pair of games against the Neepawa Titans this weekend, Friday at Tundra Oil & Gas Place and Saturday at the Yellowhead Centre.
The Brandon Wheat Kings dropped a 6-1 decision to Medicine Hat. The Tigers were leading 3-1 after 40 minutes and then took control of the game early in the third period as Tomas Mrsic, Owen MacNeil and Dru Krebs scored before the four-minute mark of the final frame. Jake Chiasson had the lone goal for the Wheat Kings who are 0-3 on their five-game road trip which continues Friday against the Oil Kings in Edmonton.
The Winnipeg Jets begin a three-game homestand tonight when they face the Anaheim Ducks. Jets forward Mason Appleton suffered a wrist injury in Sunday's victory over the Seattle Kraken and will be out of the lineup for 8-12 weeks.
The CFL Player Awards will be handed out tonight in Regina and three Winnipeg Blue Bombers are West Division finalists. Quarterback Zach Collaros is in the running for Most Outstanding Player, receiver Dalton Shoen is up for the Top Rookie award and Stanley Bryant is a finalist for Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman. Winnipeg's Mike O'Shea is in the running for Coach of the Year honours.
All four Manitoba teams have qualified for the championship pool at the Canadian Masters Curling Championships at the Pembina Curling Club in Winnipeg. Murray Warren has a 5-1 record, Mark Franklin is 3-3, Judy Colwell is 3-2 and Sandra Cowling is 2-3.