Marek Miller had a goal and three assists in the Winkler Flyers 6-4 victory over the Winnipeg Freeze at the Centennial Arena. James Richards, Tanner George, Avery Anderson, Zach Nicolas and Dalton Andrew with his 20th of the season also scored for the Flyers. Winkler led 4-0 after the first period and 4-3 after forty minutes. Elliot Perreault had a hat trick in the middle period for the Freeze. 

The Pembina Valley Hawks dropped a 4-1 decision to the Winnipeg Thrashers at the Access Event Centre in Morden. Ben Brambilla had a hat trick for the Thrashers. Cohen Pilkington recorded the lone goal for the Hawks. 

The Morris Mavericks and Pembina Tigers were winners in the Zone 4 High School Hockey League. Tyson Preteau scored twice as Morris downed Garden Valley 6-4. Logan Dearborn, Sebastian Frechette, Parker Hamilton and Evan Morrissette also scored for the Mavericks. Preston Wall, Alfredo Enns, Caleb Friesen and Ketema Wall did the goal scoring for the Zodiacs. Max Jago scored twice as Pembina defeated Carman 5-3. Tegan Follis, Easton Lounsbury and Russell Wall had the other Tigers goals. Brayden Poirier, Zac Pritchard and Ethan Wilde replied for the Cougars.

Brenden Walker scored 19 seconds into overtime to lift the Ste. Anne Aces past the Morden Bombers 4-3. Cody Fowlie, Jordan DePape and Owen Blocker also scored for the defending SEMHL champions. Andrew Perrault, Mike Rey and Evan Weurch replied for the visiting Bombers who led 1-0 and 3-1 at the period breaks.

Boston and Minnesota were winners in the Professional Women's Hockey League on Wednesday night. Loren Gabel scored her second goal of the game with 1:50 left in the third period as Boston shaded Toronto 3-2. Ste. Anne's Jocelyne Larocque drew an assist on Hannah Miller's first period goal for Toronto. Kristen Campbell of Brandon stopped 19 shots in net for Toronto. Susanna Tapani scored 1:57 into overtime to lift Minnesota past Ottawa 3-2.

The Winnipeg Football Club announced the replacement of the stadium turf for the upcoming 2024 season. Installing new turf at IG Field is part of the team's commitment to providing the best possible conditions for football and soccer players. Field Turf Vertex- Core 1 is the highest quality turf system and includes CoolPlay TPE infill, designed to reduce heat build-up in the summer months. The turf will be FIFA Quality Pro certified upon completion. "We are thrilled to partner with FieldTurf for this important upgrade to IG Field," said Wade Miller, President and CEO of the Winnipeg Football Club. "This investment is part of our ongoing capital improvement projects to the stadium and will be a great new surface for our players as we prepare to host the 2025 Grey Cup." The project is underway and is slated for completion in early May, just in time for the 2024 season; to provide ample time for completion, Valour FC matches and Blue Bombers games are scheduled to begin the last week of May.