The Swift Current Broncos will look to start a new winning streak when they host the Moose Jaw Warriors to start a home-and-home set tonight at Innovationplex.

The Broncos fell 5-2 to the Medicine Hat Tigers to snap a four-game winning streak on Tuesday, and Swift Current beat Moose Jaw 7-6 in their last meeting on January 6.

Tonight's game will be a reunion of sorts for Conor Geekie of the Broncos and Matthew Savoie of the Warriors, who will be playing against each other for the first time since being traded from the Wenatchee Wild ahead of the WHL trade deadline.

Tonight's game starts at 7:00pm with Redhead Equipment Case IH Broncos Hockey starting at 6:45pm on Country 94.1 FM. The two teams play again on Saturday at the Moose Jaw Events Centre.

Legionnaires visit Warman while Wildcats host Gold Wings

The Home Hardware Legionnaires, coming off a two-game split of the Tisdale Trojans, will head to Warman to take on the Wildcats in a rematch of last season's first-round playoff series.

Meanwhile, the Innovation Federal Credit Union Wildcats welcome the Weyburn Gold Wings for a pair of games at 7:45pm on Saturday and 1:15pm on Sunday from S3 Arenas.

In junior female hockey, the Southwest CMX Impact will head to Eston to take on the Western Prairie Klippers on Saturday and then will visit the Lumsden Lynx on Sunday.

AA hockey this weekend has Southwest Sports Excellence U18 Broncos hosting the Regina Rangers on Saturday before heading to the Queen City to take on the Vics on Sunday. Meanwhile, the Full Line Ag U18 Wildcats visit the Regina Rebels tonight, then host the Notre Dame Hounds on Saturday and the Prince Albert Foxes on Sunday at S3 Arenas.

The Graphic Edge U15 Wildcats host the Saskatoon Comet Chargers on Saturday and the Prince Albert Foxes on Sunday, the SWT U13 Broncos host the Regina Mustangs on Saturday, and the WW Smith U13 Wildcats welcome the Western Prairie Thunder on Saturday.

Silvernagle splits Thursday games at Viterra Scotties

Robyn Silvernagle and her team, with Swift Current’s Kelly Schafer, split their games on day two of the Viterra Scotties provincial women’s curling championship in Tisdale on Thursday.

The defending champions picked up a 7-5 win over Regina's Jana Tisdale in the morning draw before falling to Michelle Englot 11-5 in the nightcap. The nine-time provincial champion scored three-enders in the second and fourth ends to help build a 7-2 lead at the break. Silvernagle cut the deficit to 7-4 with a deuce in the sixth and after the two teams traded singles in the seventh and eighth ends, Englot put the game away with three in the ninth end.

Silvernagle (1-2) will play their final two round-robin games against Skylar Ackerman and Mandy Selzer today.

In the Innovation Federal Credit Union Superleague Thursday night at the Swift Current Curling Club, Chinook Golf Course defeated Therrien Construction, ACT Swift Sliders defeated Windy Willow Farms, Mercator Financial defeated Techmation Control, and James defeated Silverline Construction.

Matthews' hat trick leads Leafs to slump-busting win

Auston Matthews had a hat trick to lead the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 4-3 comeback win over the Calgary Flames on Thursday night at the Saddledome. Mitch Marner also scored and Martin Jones made 24 saves as the Leafs snapped a four-game losing streak.

In other NHL action, Leon Draisaitl had a goal and three helpers as the Edmonton Oilers extended their franchise record win streak to 12 games in a 4-2 win over the Seattle Kraken, Tim Stutzle had a goal and an assist in Ottawa's 6-2 rout over Montreal, and Dakota Joshua and Elias Petterson scored as the Vancouver Canucks beat Arizona 2-1 for their sixth win in seven games.

No Canadian teams are part of tonight's NHL schedule, but all seven squads will be in action for Hockey Day in Canada on Saturday with the Canucks hosting the Leafs, the Senators entertaining the Winnipeg Jets, the Boston Bruins hosting the Habs, and the Flames and Oilers renewing the Battle of Alberta at the Saddledome.

Rush ending long layoff with home game against Vancouver

The Saskatchewan Rush will play their first game since New Year's Eve when they host the Vancouver Warriors at SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon on Saturday.

The Rush fell 11-10 in overtime to the Albany Firewolves on December 31 before going on a bye week, and then their scheduled game in Philadelphia was postponed last Saturday with extreme winter weather causing flight cancellations across Canada.

The Rush have a 1-3 record in the young NLL season while the Warriors are 1-4.

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