The Winkler Flyers will play in the quarterfinals on Friday at the 2024 Centennial Cup. Ludovic Dufort potted the shootout winner as the Miramichi Timberwolves defeated the Manitoba Junior Hockey League champions 3-2 Tuesday night in Oakville, Ontario. Connor Jensen scored both goal for the Flyers who finished the preliminary round in third place in Group B with two regulation wins and two shootout losses. The Turnbull Cup champions will face either the Calgary Canucks or Navan Grads in the quarterfinals.

The Moose Jaw Warriors are one win away from capturing the Western Hockey League championship for the first time in franchise history. Brayden Schuurman scored 2:20 into overtime to lift the Warriors past the Portland Winterhawks 4-3. Moose Jaw captain and Dominion City native Denton Mateychuk had a pair of second period power play goals for the Warriors who lead the best-of-seven final three games to none. Lucas Brenton also scored for Moose Jaw. Tyson Yaremko, Nate Danielson and Marcus Nguyen replied for the Winterhawks. Game 4 goes tonight at the Moose Jaw Events Centre. 

John Tavares scored 15 seconds into overtime to lift Team Canada past Austria 7-6 at the World Men's Hockey Championship in Prague. Connor Bedard, Pierre-Luc Dubois, Kaiden Guhle, Dylan Cozens, Bowen Byram and Jared McCannn also scored for the Canadians who led 6-1 after 40 minutes but gave up five third period goals. Canada has eight points and is tied with Switzerland for first place in Group A. Canada's next game is Thursday against Norway. 

Boston will play in the Professional Women's Hockey League championship series. Susanna Tapani scored 62 seconds into overtime as Boston rallied from a 2-0 deficit and beat Montreal 3-2 sweeping the best-of-five semifinal in three straight. Sophie Shirley and Amanda Pelkey also scored for Boston. Marie-Philip Poulin and Maureen Murphy replied for Montreal. Boston will face either Toronto or Minnesota in the PWHL final. Toronto leads that series two games to one. Game 4 is set for tonight in St. Paul. 

The Winnipeg Goldeyes wrapped up their season opening six-game series with a 9-0 victory over the Cleburne Railroaders Tuesday afternoon in Texas. Max Murphy had three hits including a two-run homer for the Fish who have won back-to-back games after starting the season with four straight losses. Right-hander Colton Eastman started for the Goldeyes and worked five innings, holding Cleburne to just two hits. He struck out five and walked three. Justin Courtney and Nick Trogrlic-Iverson split the final four innings to preserve the shutout for a staff that has allowed just one run over the past three contests. Winnipeg has the day off and will open a four-game series against the defending American Association champion Monarchs on Thursday in Kansas City. 

It's day four of Winnipeg Blue Bombers main camp. Today's practice session is from 8:30 a.m. - 11:50 a.m. Running back Michael Chris-Ike, the Bombers second round pick in the 2024 CFL draft, has signed with the football team. The 25-year-old Hamilton native played in 27 games with Delaware State rushing 114 times for 486 yards and three touchdowns over four seasons with the Hornets. The Blue Bombers released six players and they include Canadian Linebacker Jared Beeksma; American receiver Ravi Alston; American running back Ronnie Brown; American defensive lineman John Waggoner and American defensive backs Raleigh Texada & CJ Siegel. Winnipeg's first pre-season game is Monday, May 20th in Regina against the Saskatchewan Roughriders.