Connor Martin scored his fourth goal of the game in overtime to lift the Killarney/Wawanesa Raiders past the Dauphin Clippers 6-5 at Credit Union Place. Josh Archambault with his 30th of the season and Kyle O'Connor also scored for the Westman High School Hockey League leading Raiders who improved to 22-2 on the season and moved five points ahead of second place Dauphin. Boston Karlson had a pair of goals for the Clippers while the rest went to Tyron Sweetman, Logan Chapman and Ethan Carnegie. Hunter Andries scored twice and Dylan Heritage had three helpers as Virden defeated Deloraine/Hartney 5-1. Riley Hall, Zayden Routledge and Luc Plett also scored for the Golden Bears. Ashton Currah had the lone goal for the Colts.

Virden Oil Capitals rookie forward Josh Lehto is a Manitoba Junior Hockey League Star of the Week. The 18-year-old Thunder Bay native had a goal and an assist in the Oil Capitals win over the Nighthawks before scoring a pair of goals in the rematch in Niverville. Lehto sits seventh in rookie scoring with 16 goals and 12 assists. 

Pierre-Luc Dubois scored the Jets lone goal as Winnipeg dropped a 2-1 decision to the Nashville Predators. Connor Hellebuyck made 39 saves in net for the Jets who had two wins and three losses on their five-game road trip. Tanner Jeannot potted the go-ahead goal at 5:38 of the third period for the Predators. Winnipegger Cody Glass also scored for Nashville. The Jets begin a five-game homestand Thursday night when they meet the Buffalo Sabres at Canada Life Centre. 

It's day one of the 2023 Provincial Scotties Tournament of Hearts at the East St. Paul Arena. The 12 teams in the field include Jennifer Jones, Abby Ackland, Kristy Watling, Lisa McLeod, Alyssa Calvert, Grace Beaudry, Chelsea Carey, Beth Peterson, Katy Lukowich, Darcy Robertson, Emma Jensen and number one seed Kaitlyn Lawes. The opening ceremonies are tonight at 6:45 p.m. The winner will join three-time defending champion Kerri Einarson of Gimli at the National Scotties Tournament of Hearts next month in Kamloops.

The Kansas City Royals purchased the contract of Winnipeg Goldeyes’ right-handed pitcher Will McAffer. The North Vancouver native made 12 appearances for the Goldeyes at the end of 2022, posting a 1.54 ERA in 11.2 innings. He struck out 16 and allowed just four hits. McAffer then made two scoreless appearances during the postseason. The 25-year-old right-hander was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 25th round in 2018 out of Tulane University.