Kyle O'Connor scored four times and Connor Martin had two goals and five assists as Killarney/Wawanesa defeated Glenboro/Carberry/Baldur 8-3. Jesse Wilton also scored twice for the Raiders who improved to 9-1 on the season. Carter Elliott, Jack Ramsey and Griffin Anderson replied for the Wildcats. The Westman High School Hockey League leading Dauphin Clippers game against the Badgers in Sandy Bay was postponed.

The Steinbach Pistons and Portage Terriers continue to stay in the top half of the Canadian Junior Hockey League's Top 20 Rankings. The Pistons moved up one spot from seven to six. The Terriers dropped from eight to nine. The Winkler Flyers received honorable mention. The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League's Battlefords North Stars are the number one nationally ranked team for the sixth week in a row. 

Blake Wheeler had a hat trick and Connor Hellebuyck made 40 saves as the Winnipeg Jets opened their four-game homestand with a 5-0 victory over the defending Stanley Cup champion Colorado Avalanche at Canada Life Centre. Josh Morrissey and Mark Scheifele also scored for Winnipeg. Cole Perfetti chipped in with three helpers. It's Hellebuyck's third shutout of the season and 31st of his career. The Jets (14-6-1) next game is Friday night against the Columbus Blue Jackets.

The pre-tournament schedule for the 2023 IIHF World Junior Championship has been announced, with six communities slated to host games from Dec. 19-23. In total, 11 games will be played throughout New Brunswick and Nova Scotia in advance of the World Juniors. The province of New Brunswick will host five matchups, with games scheduled in Bouctouche, Moncton and Quispamsis. All three medallists from the 2022 World Junior Championship - Canada, Finland and Sweden - will play pre-tournament games in New Brunswick. Canada will open its exhibition schedule with games at Avenir Centre in Moncton on Dec. 19 and 21, facing Switzerland and Slovakia. Six exhibition games will take place in Nova Scotia, in Antigonish, Halifax and Truro. The final pre-tournament game will be a rematch of the 2022 gold medal game, with Canada and Finland taking to the ice at Scotiabank Centre in Halifax on Dec. 23.

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have signed all-star linebacker Adam Bighill to a two-year contract extension. He was scheduled to become a free agent in February 2023. Bighill returns in 2023 for a fifth season with the Blue Bombers and his 11th in the Canadian Football League. Bighill led the Bombers in total defensive plays in 2022, registering 72 tackles along with two sacks, one interception and one tackle for a loss. He was named a West Division All-Star for the eighth time in his career and a CFL Players’ Association All-Star for a fifth time. A three-time winner of the CFL’s Most Outstanding Defensive Player award – 2015, 2018 and 2021 – Bighill’s 72 tackles this year moved him into seventh place on the CFL’s all-time list with 817. A three-time Grey Cup champion – 2019 and 2021 with the Blue Bombers and 2011 with the Lions – Bighill has played in 164 games in his CFL career, including 65 over the last four seasons in Winnipeg.