Dalton Andrew had two goals and an assist as the Winkler Flyers slipped past the Wolverines 4-3 in Waywayseecappo. Tanner George and Jakob Jones also scored for the Flyers who received a 25-save performance from Malachi Klassen.

The Pembina Valley Twisters winning streak has reached 12 games. Riley Goertzen and Derek Wiebe scored third period power play goals as Pembina Valley downed the Stonewall Jets 5-1 at Veterans Memorial Arena. Merek Degraeve had a shorthanded goal while Ryan Orchard and Josh Guilford also scored the Twisters. Owen LaRocque made 22 saves in net for Pembina Valley. The Twisters next game is Friday in Winnipeg against the defending Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League champion St. James Canucks. 

The Pembina Valley Hawks gave up two goals in each period and lost 6-3 to the defending Manitoba U18 AAA Hockey League champion Winnipeg Wild. Cade McCallum, Kam Thomas and Liam Goertzen did the goal scoring for the Hawks. Haiden Friesen assisted on all three Pembina Valley goals. 

Pembina Valley dropped a 6-1 decision to the Westman Wildcats in Hartney. Ava Dalebozik had the lone goal for the Hawks. Pembina Valley goaltender Kasia Rakowksi faced 58 shots including 29 in the third period. 

There was one game in the Zone 4 High School Hockey League Sunday. That was in Holland where Aiden Rondeau made 30 saves in recording the shutout as Pembina defeated the Carman Cougars 3-0. Anthony McKay, Brad Sloane and Max Jago did the goal scoring for the Tigers.

The Notre Dame Hawks and Ste. Anne Aces were winners in the SEMHL. Brett Pinkerton scored the go-ahead goal at 9:28 of the third period as Notre Dame shaded Red River 2-1 in St. Jean. Eli Carels also scored for the Hawks. Justin Giesbrecht had the lone goal for the Wild. Owen Blocker and Brenden Walker each had a goal and three assists as Ste. Anne downed Portage 7-4 at Stride Place. Cody Fowlie added a pair of goals for the defending champion Aces while the rest went to Jordan DePape, Darby Gula and Tanner Harms. Channing Bresciani, Jamie Mousseau, Linden McCorrister and Joey Sutherland replied for the Islanders. 

The Brandon Wheat Kings gave up four unanswered third period goals and lost 7-3 to the Medicine Hat Tigers. Rylen Roersma, Brett Hyland and Joby Baumuller scored for the Wheat Kings who were outshot 38-28 by the Tigers. 

The Winnipeg Jets meet the NHL's Eastern Conference leading Bruins tonight in Boston. The Jets opened their three-game road trip with a 2-1 overtime victory over the Ottawa Senators on Saturday. 

Rachel Homan of Ottawa and Scotland's Bruce Mouat won the Grand Slam of Curling's Canadian Open Sunday in Red Deer. Homan scored two points coming home and then stole the winning point in the extra end and beat Silvana Tirinzoni of Switzerland 5-4 in the women's final. Mouat edged Calgary's Brendan Bottcher 6-5 in the men's final. 

Aaron Cockerill of Stony Mountain finished in a tie for fourth place at the DP World Tour's Dubai Desert Classic. Cockerill finished four shots back of Rory McIlroy who captured the tournament for the fourth time.