Joey Bielik, Luke Robson and Bryce Bryant scored third period goals as the Virden Oil Capitals defeated the Winnipeg Freeze 6-1 at Hockey For All Centre. Cole Slobodian, Grady Lane and Nolan Chastko with his 27th of the season also scored for the Caps. Liam Bechthold made 16 saves in net for Virden.

The Steinbach Pistons, Winkler Flyers and Virden Oil Capitals remain in the top half of the Canadian Junior Hockey League’s weekly Top 20 rankings. The MJHL's East Division leading Pistons remain at number three. The Flyers stay at number five while the West Division leading Oil Capitals dropped from number seven to eight. The Portage Terriers received honourable mention. The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League’s Flin Flon Bombers are the number one ranked team in the country for the 15th week in a row.

In the Westman High School Hockey League - Spencer Cullen had two goals and an assist as Killarney/Wawanesa downed Reston/Elkhorn/Melita/Hartney 4-2. Vincent Massey beat Major Pratt 7-5. Carter Dittmer scored five times for the Vikings. Jaden Trotz had three goals and an assist as Minnedosa/Erickson defeated Roblin/Grandview/Gilbert Plains 9-5. Colby Asselstine had five goals and two helpers as the Birtle/Shoal Lake/Rossburn Falcons downed Sandy Bay 9-3.

The Brandon Wheat Kings fell 5-2 to the Western Hockey League's Eastern Conference leading Saskatoon Blades at Westoba Place. Brady Turko and Jaxon Jacobson scored for the Wheat Kings. Alexander Suzdalev had two goals and an assist for the Blades. 

The Winnipeg Jets dropped a 6-3 decision to the Calgary Flames at Scotiabank Saddledome. Sean Monahan had a hat trick for the Jets. Winnipeg netminder Connor Hellebuyck, who made 28 saves, allowed more than three goals for the first time since November 2nd. 

The Manitoba Moose lost 4-3 to the Milwaukee Admirals. Parker Ford, Kristian Reichel and Simon Lundmark did the goal scoring for the Moose.  

Gabbie Hughes scored twice as Ottawa downed Boston 4-2 in the lone Professional Women's Hockey League game. 

Randy Neufeld of La Salle and Karen Fallis of Fort Rouge captured the Provincial Masters Curling Championships in Portage. Neufeld, Dean Moxham, Peter Nicholls and Darren Oryniak defeated Murray Warren of Brandon 5-4 in the men's final. Fallis, Maureen Bonar, Lynn Fallis-Kurz and Laurie Elwood downed Judy Colwell of East St. Paul 7-4 in the women's final. The Canadian Masters championships will be held in Chicoutimi, Quebec in early April. 

Colton Lott and Kadriana Lott of Winnipeg Beach blanked James Kirkness and Darcy Robertson of Assiniboine Memorial 7-0 in the final of the Provincial Mixed Doubles Championship at the Beausejour Curling Club. The Canadian championships will be held in Fredericton in mid-March.