Game five of the Capital Region Junior Hockey League final goes tonight (8 p.m.) in St. Malo as the Warriors host the Beausejour Comets.The best-of-seven is tied at two games apiece. The Comets won the series opener 6-5 and then took game two 6-5 in overtime. The Warriors got back in the series by winning game three 10-2 and then took game four 5-1.

The Dauphin Kings and OCN Blizzard are going the distance in their Manitoba Junior Hockey League West Division semifinal. Alex Senf scored the tying goal with 54 seconds left in regulation and Cayden Glover potted the winner 3:07 into the fifth overtime period as Dauphin shaded OCN 3-2 at Credit Union Place. Brett Magarrell also scored for the Kings who evened the best-of-seven opening round series at three games apiece. Griffin Ayotte and Sam Zagari replied for the Blizzard. Game seven goes Wednesday night at the Roy H. Johnston Arena.

The Winnipeg Jets season-high six-game losing skid came to an end Monday night at Canada Life Centre. Cole Perfetti had two goals and an assist as Winnipeg defeated the Los Angeles Kings 4-3. Josh Morrissey and Sean Monahan also scored for the Jets. Kyle Connor chipped in with three helpers. Winnipeg's Laurent Brossoit made 25 saves. The Jets (45-24-6) wrap up their five-game homestand Thursday night against the Calgary Flames. 

Manitoba Moose forward Brad Lambert is the AHL Rookie of the Month for March. Lambert, 20, was third in the AHL with 18 points (4G, 14A) in 13 games while helping the Moose to a 10-3-1 record in March. The Lahti, Finland product recorded 14 (4G, 10A) of his 18 points at even strength and finished the month with a plus-four rating. Lambert recorded at least a point in 10 of his 13 games and posted five multi-point games, including three three-point efforts. The 2022 Winnipeg Jets first round pick leads the Moose in scoring and ranks second among AHL rookies with 49 points (19G, 30A). Lambert is the fifth player in Moose history to be named Rookie of the Month. He joins Cole Perfetti (April 2021), Brenden Kichton (Jan. 2014), Cory Schneider (March 2008) and Kevin Bieksa (March 2005).

Brad Gushue has a 4-1 round robin record at the World Men's Curling Championship in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. Gushue, vice-skip Mark Nichols, second E.J. Harnden and lead Geoff Walker defeated Anton Hood of New Zealand 7-4. Team Gushue, who lost 7-6 in an extra end on Monday to Joel Retornaz of Italy, will play their next game at 12 p.m. against John Shuster of the United States.

curling_20232024 Provincial Senior Women's champions Kathy Isaac, Lynn Sandercock, Sandra Cowling & Sheila Gregory (photo courtesy Connie Laliberte/CurlManitoba)

The Provincial Senior Women's Curling Championship was held last month in Winnipeg. 2024 champion Kathy Isaac will join Clayton Dreger on This Week in Curling which airs Tuesdays at 5:15 p.m. on AM 1250 Radio.