The Source for Sports U18 AA Broncos only managed one of a possible six points on the weekend, losing 4-3 in overtime to the Prairie Storm in Emerald Park on Friday before dropping a 4-3 decision in Estevan and a 6-4 setback in Weyburn to wrap up their pre-Christmas schedule.

The Pure Chem Services U15 Broncos beat Humboldt 5-4 at home in their only game of the weekend on Saturday, and the SWT U13 Broncos beat Moose Jaw 6-1 on the road Saturday and tied Melville 1-1 at home on Sunday.

The Full Line Ag U18 AA Wildcats fell 5-3 to Regina on Saturday before rebounding with a 1-0 win over the Parkland Fire on Sunday, the Graphic Edge U15 Wildcats tied the Prairie Storm Lightning 5-5 and 3-3, and the WW Smith U13 Wildcats beat Estevan 4-2 and tied them 6-6 on the weekend.

Lindholm has three-point night as Flames beat Sharks

Elias Lindholm had two goals and an assist as the Calgary Flames beat the San Jose Sharks 5-2 in NHL action on Sunday night. Meanwhile, Jared McCann scored the game winner with 4:32 left in the third as Seattle beat Winnipeg 3-2 and Kirill Kaprizov had a goal and two helpers as Minnesota beat Ottawa 4-2.

Three Canadian teams are in action tonight with Edmonton visiting Nashville, Montreal travelling to Arizona and Vancouver hosting St. Louis.

Canada starts World Junior tune-up tonight as women's Rivalry Series resumes

Team Canada is set to take on the Swiss tonight in Moncton in their first pre-tournament matchup ahead of the World Junior Hockey Championships.

Canada announced its leadership group yesterday with Shane Wright named captain and Ethan Del Mastro, Nathan Gaucher, Logan Stankoven and Dylan Guenther on as alternate captains.

Canada opens the tournament against Czechia on Boxing Day in Halifax.

In women's hockey, the Rivalry Series resumes tonight with Canada facing the USA at Arena in Downtown Los Angeles. Canada is coming off its first win of the seven-game series after the US won the first three contests.

Argentina claims World Cup in instant classic over France

Many are calling Sunday's FIFA World Cup final one of the greatest soccer matches ever played.

Lionel Messi finally captured his elusive World Cup trophy after Argentina won a thrilling match over France in Qatar. Messi scored on a penalty kick and Di Maria added another goal to put Argentina up 2-0 after the first half, but Kylian Mbappe scored two late goals as France came back to force extra time. 

Messi and Mbappe traded goals in overtime and also scored in the penalty shootout, where Argentina won 4-2 to win their third World Cup and first since 1986.

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