Mason Martens and Brandon Thiessen scored two goals each as the Steinbach Huskies defeated the Landmark Blues 10-3 at the T.G. Smith Centre. Ethan Unger, Tyren Clayton, Rylen Koop, Marcus Adrian, Seth Doerksen and Ian Friesen also scored for the Hanover Tache Junior Hockey League leading Huskies who improved their record to 12-1 on the season. Noah Keating, Felix Asselin and Brayden Schmitz replied for the Blues. Tyler Van de Velde had a hat trick as Lorette downed the Macdonald Swarm 6-3 in Sanford. Lucas Wray, Liam Foster and Trey Dixon also scored for the defending champion Comets. Talon Weselak, Dane Martinussen and Griffin Campbell did the goal scoring for the Swarm.

The Steinbach Pistons eight-game winning streak came to an end Friday night in Niverville. Braden Panzer had a goal and two assists as the Nighthawks downed the Pistons 5-2. Travis Hensrud and Davis Fry did the goal scoring for the Pistons.

Aidan Ticknor scored in overtime to lift the Beausejour Comets past the North Winnipeg Satelites 3-2. Brady Bowes and Merrick Hurcul scored power play goals in regulation for the hometown Comets.

Riley Hay scored three times in the Portage Islanders 7-2 victory over the Red River Wild Friday night in St. Jean. Brody Moffatt, Derrick Brooks, John Sewdlo and Rene Hunter also scored for the Islanders who improved to 7-0 on the season and moved in a tie with the Ste. Anne Aces for top spot in the SEMHL. Justin Baudry and Jonah Wasylak replied for the Wild.

Zach Benson had three goals and an assist as the Winnipeg Ice doubled up on the Spokane Chiefs 6-3. Conor Geekie added a pair of goals for the Ice while Vladislav Shilo also scored for Winnipeg.

Cole Perfetti, Blake Wheeler and Adam Lowry did the goal scoring and David Rittich made 22 saves as the Winnipeg Jets downed the Blackhawks 3-1 in Chicago.

The Manitoba Moose lost 7-0 to the Abbotsford Canucks. Arturs Silovs made 19 saves in recording the shutout. Moose netminder Oskari Salminen faced 29 shots.

Manitoba champions Randy Neufeld, Dean Moxham, Peter Nicholls and Dale Michie will play for bronze at the 2022 Canadian Senior Men’s Curling Championship in Nova Scotia. Neufeld gave up two in the last end and lost 4-3 to James Pahl of Alberta in today’s semifinals. It was the first loss for the Neufeld foursome who had reeled off 10 straight wins.