The Winnipeg Jets franchise record eight-game win streak and 14-game points streak came to an end Saturday night at Canada Life Centre. Samuel Ersson made 35 saves and Cam Atkinson scored both Philadelphia goals as the Flyers defeated Winnipeg 2-0. Connor Hellebuyck faced 36 shots in net for the Jets. It’s Winnipeg’s first regulation loss since December 12th.
Canada will play for bronze at the 2024 World Women’s U18 Hockey Championship Sunday in Zug, Switzerland. Anezka Cabelova scored twice and Aneta Senkova made 45 saves as Czechia downed Canada 4-2. Chloe Primerano of North Vancouver and Stryker Zablocki of Prince Albert did the goal scoring for Team Canada who will face Finland in the bronze medal game. Czechia will take on the United States in the gold medal game.
The Pembina Valley Hawks lost 3-2 in a shootout to the Westman Wildcats in Carman. Jessica Anderson and Ava Dalebozik scored in regulation for the Hawks.
Bryson Yaschyshyn stopped 39 shots including all 14 he faced in the third period as Pembina Valley shutdown the Interlake Lightning 3-0 in Teulon. Sam Delaquis, Ryder Wolfe and Liam Goertzen did the goal scoring for the Hawks.
Jayce Legaarden and Jakob Jones each had a goal and an assist in the Winkler Flyers 5-2 victory over the Neepawa Titans at the Yellowhead Centre. Isaac Deveau, Trent Penner and Tanner George also scored for the Flyers who received a 21-save performance from Malachi Klassen.
The Morden Bombers, Notre Dame Hawks and Warren Mercs were winners in the SEMHL Saturday night. Jay Fehr had two goals and an assist as Morden defeated Altona 4-2. Andrew Clark and Jaden Townsend also scored for the Bombers. Justin Augert had both goals for the Maroons. Eli Carels scored the go-ahead goal 8:58 into the third period as Notre Dame shaded Carman 4-3. Christian Prejet had a pair of goals for the Hawks while Jeff Michiels had the other Notre Dame goal. Dan Paseschnikoff, Noah Skorpad and Tyler Park replied for the Beavers. Chase Faulkner scored the go-ahead goal on the power play 6:01 into the third period as Warren shaded the defending champion Ste. Anne Aces 3-2. Brett Brooks and Dexter Kuczek also score for the Mercs who improved to 12-2 and moved within one point of the first place Aces. Jordan DePape and Brendan Walker replied for Ste. Anne.
The Manitoba Moose dropped a 4-1 decision to Laval. Lias Andersson had a pair of goals for the Rocket. Kristian Reichel had the lone goal for the Moose who have lost nine of their last ten games.
Ottawa and Boston were winners in the Professional Women’s Hockey League. Gabby Hughes scored twice as Ottawa defeated Toronto 5-1. Deloraine’s Ashton Bell drew an assist on Daryl Watts' goal with 16 seconds left in the first period which extended Ottawa’s lead to 3-0. Amanda Pelkey scored 2:17 into overtime to lift Boston past Montreal 3-2.