The Yorkton Terriers are 2-0 in Wednesday’s SJHL game against the visiting Wayburn Red Wings.
Faceoff will be held at Westland Arena at 7pm.
Caleb Allen has scored in both Yorkton wins, the Esteban Bruins conquest on Friday (3-2 at Affinity Place) and Saturday (5-4 at Westland Arena).
920 save percentage after stopping 69 of 75 shots.
Preseason for PAT C
The Regina Pat Canadiens have two exhibition games left before the regular season begins in the Saskatchewan Men’s AAA Hockey League.
Regina will complete her preseason slate in games against the Saskatoon Blazers on Friday (7:30 PM, Coe Operators Arena) and Saturday (7:30 PM, Rod Ham Memorial Arena).
The Pat Canadiens improved their preseason record to 2-1 by beating the Moose Joe Warriors 4-1 at Brant Center on Friday. Rhett Pratt and Stephen Steranka gave Regina one goal and one assist respectively.
On September 27th, the Pat Canadiens will start the regular season against the Esteban Bears at 7:30 PM, Affinity Place.
Two Curling Teams from the University of Regina will compete in the Curling Canada/U Sports Canadian Qualifier for the FISU World University Games in Ottawa. Qualifying runs from Thursday to Sunday.
The men’s team that finished second in Western Canada last season was Rylan Kleiter (skip), Jadon Miller (3rd), Carter Williamson (2nd), Adam Buklak (lead), Jio Wright (5th), Consists of Jamie Schneider (coach). .
The women’s team — reigning Canadian West Champions — includes Crystal Inglot (skip), Taylor Stremik (3rd), Chantal Hoag (2nd), Kyla Tease (lead), Kelsey Deptak (5th) and Tom Haymon (coach). It is included.
Jordyn Trudell scored three goals in Monday’s Regina High School Athletic Association women’s soccer match as the Revoludas Golden Suns defeated the Riffel Royals 9-0.
Meanwhile, Teslin Gramchuk completed a hat-trick and Bryn Barney added two goals as the Winston Knoll Wolverines defeated the Luther Lions 7-2. Anji Otukoua scored both of Luther’s goals.
In another match on Monday, the Campbell Tartans scored goals from Dayton Daniel, Gabriel Cavan and Maggie Rothw in a 3-1 win over the O’Neill Titans. Avery Kuzyck replied on behalf of his O’Neill.
Canada’s National Ski Patrol, the Qu’Appelle Zone of the Canadian Ski Patrol, is recruiting members for the 2022-23 season.
CSP’s approximately 4,500 volunteer members provide free first aid and rescue services at approximately 350 ski resorts from coast to coast.
Locally, CSP serves Mission Ridge Winter Park at Fort Qu’Appelle, as well as numerous Nordic events in southern Saskatchewan.
Minimum age is 18. Applicants must also be intermediate skiers or boarders.
For more information, please visit www.sask.skipatrol.ca.
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Goalkeeper Caleb Allen gives the Terriers a strong start
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