The Source for Sports U18 AA Broncos picked up an 11-2 win over the Notre Dame Argos on Tuesday night in Wilcox. 

Carson Sabine had a hat trick, Mason Osinski had a goal and four assists, and Sam Kirwan added a goal and three helpers. Hunter Arntsen made 31 saves for the win. The Broncos will wrap up the regular season with road games against the Argos and Regina Capitals this weekend.

Elsewhere, the Graphic Edge U15 Wildcats skated to a 4-4 tie against the Prairie Storm Lightning in Emerald Park. The Wildcats will visit Regina on Thursday night.

In minor hockey tonight, the Swift Current U18 A Provincial team hosts Weyburn at 8:00pm from S3 Arenas in the second game of their first-round playoff series. The two-game total-point set is tied at 2-2 and the winner of tonight's game will advance to the next round.

Also, the Full Line Ag U18 AA Wildcats pay a visit to the Western Prairie Thunder in Dodsland. The Wildcats have a 14-4-3 record and sit six points behind the league-leading Regina Rebels with three games left in the regular season. They’ll wrap up the regular season with road games against the Rebels and Notre Dame Hounds next week.

In the WHL, Ben King scored twice in regulation and again in the shootout as the Red Deer Rebels beat the Portland Winterhawks 5-4. Elsewhere, Saskatoon blanked Edmonton 4-0 and Prince George beat Kelowna 5-1. Three games are on tonight's WHL schedule including Moose Jaw hosting Edmonton, Calgary visiting Winnipeg and Kelowna playing their second-straight game in Prince George. The Swift Current Broncos play their next game on Friday night against Prince Albert.

In the NHL, Warren Foegele scored twice and Connor McDavid extended his point-scoring streak to 13 games as the Edmonton Oilers beat Detroit 5-2. The Vancouver Canucks visit the New York Rangers and the Dallas Stars host the Minnesota Wild in the only two games on tonight's slate.

Thibault, Kesslering edged by Alberta at U18 nationals

Swift Current’s Aryn Thibault and the Cara Kesslering rink dropped a close 6-5 decision to Alberta’s Emma DeSchiffart at the Canadian Under-18 Curling Championship in Timmins, Ontario. Kesslering had a 5-4 lead coming home, but DeSchiffart scored two with hammer in the eighth end to get the win. 

Kesslering faces Ontario’s Katrina Frian and Keelie Duncan of BC today.

Bichette, Blue Jays avoid arbitration

The Toronto Blue Jays and star shortstop Bo Bichette have avoided arbitration, reportedly agreeing to a three-year contract extension. Terms of the deal have not been finalized.

Bichette hit 24 home runs and 93 RBI in his fourth season with the Jays last year. 

Riders lock up Dean

The Saskatchewan Roughriders have signed American linebacker Larry Dean to a one-year contract extension. He was set to become a free agent on Tuesday, and the Riders have now signed nine of the 30 players on their roster set to hit the open market. 

Dean had 108 tackles, three sacks and two interceptions in 18 games last year with the Green and White. 

Lebron becomes NBA's all-time scoring king

History was made in the NBA Tuesday night. LeBron James nailed a stepback jumper in the third quarter between the Los Angeles Lakers and Oklahoma City Thunder to become the NBA’s all-time scoring leader, breaking Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s record of 38,387 points that had stood for nearly 39 years. 

James finished with 38 points as the Thunder beat the Lakers 133-130.

The Toronto Raptors return to action tonight as they host the San Antonio Spurs in their first home game since January 22.

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