The Steinbach Pistons winning streak has reached 10 games. Spencer Penner and Grady Hoffman scored two goals each as the defending Manitoba Junior Hockey League champions defeated the Neepawa Titans 5-2 at the HyLife Centre in La Broquerie. Kirk Mullen also scored for the Pistons who trailed 2-0 until Hoffman potted his 20th of the season 13:34 into the second period. Cole Plowman made 17 saves in net for Steinbach.
Andy Boger had three goals and an assist as Red River downed St. Clements 7-2 at the East Selkirk Arena in the lone Hanover Tache Junior Hockey League game. Ty Tarnick, William Sawatzky, Oakley Peters and Sam Hicks also scored for the Mudbugs. Kolton Vernon and Antwain Mckay replied for the Gators.
The St. Malo Warriors and defending Capital Region Junior Hockey League champion Selkirk Fishermen skated to a 3-3 tie Sunday. Teagan Fillion, Damon Johnson and Logan Fillion did the goal scoring for the visiting Warriors.
Kasen Mateychuk had a goal and two assists in the Eastman Selects 6-3 victory over the Norman Northstars at the Sun-Gro Centre in Beausejour. Ashton Cure, Grayson Slaney, Cameron Sylvester, Finley Titterson and Mario Gagnon also scored for Eastman. Selects netminder Samuel Fontaine made 33 saves.
Cassidy LeSage potted the winner in overtime to lift the Eastman Selects past the defending Manitoba Female U18 AAA Hockey League champion Winnipeg Ice 2-1. Chloe Carriere also scored for the Selects while Orieanna Kennedy made 36 saves. Ginger Fast assisted on both Eastman goals.
The Ste. Anne Aces and Notre Dame Hawks were winners in the SEMHL on Sunday. Owen Blocker and Brenden Walker each had a goal and three assists as Ste. Anne downed Portage 7-4 at Stride Place. Cody Fowlie added a pair of goals for the defending champion Aces while the rest went to Jordan DePape, Darby Gula and Tanner Harms. Channing Bresciani, Jamie Mousseau, Linden McCorrister and Joey Sutherland replied for the Islanders. Brett Pinkerton scored the go-ahead goal at 9:28 of the third period as Notre Dame shaded Red River 2-1 in St. Jean. Eli Carels also scored for the Hawks. Justin Giesbrecht had the lone goal for the Wild.
The Brandon Wheat Kings gave up four unanswered third period goals and lost 7-3 to the Medicine Hat Tigers. Rylen Roersma, Brett Hyland and Joby Baumuller scored for the Wheat Kings who were outshot 38-28 by the Tigers.
The Winnipeg Jets meet the NHL's Eastern Conference leading Bruins tonight in Boston. The Jets opened their three-game road trip with a 2-1 overtime victory over the Ottawa Senators on Saturday.
Rachel Homan of Ottawa and Scotland's Bruce Mouat won the Grand Slam of Curling's Canadian Open Sunday in Red Deer. Homan scored two points coming home and then stole the winning point in the extra end and beat Silvana Tirinzoni of Switzerland 5-4 in the women's final. Mouat edged Calgary's Brendan Bottcher 6-5 in the men's final.
Aaron Cockerill of Stony Mountain finished in a tie for fourth place at the DP World Tour's Dubai Desert Classic. Cockerill finished four shots back of Rory McIlroy who captured the tournament for the fourth time.
The Eastman Selects defeated the Norman Northstars Sunday in Beausejour. Eastman head coach Bruce Sirrell will join Clayton Dreger on the Selects Report which airs Mondays at 5:15 p.m. on AM 1250 Radio.