Morden's Zach Wood is the Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference Male Athlete of the Week. The Brandon University veteran midfielder scored in both Bobcats soccer games on opening weekend. The fourth-year physical education student unleashed a perfect left-footed blast to score the first goal of the Brandon University season. It proved crucial in securing a point against the Université de Saint-Boniface Les Rouges in a 1-1 draw. Wood scored again as the Bobcats beat the Assiniboine Community College Cougars 5-1 on the road Sunday. Brandon is ranked 15th in the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association national rankings.

The Winkler Flyers scored four unanswered second period goals en route to a 7-4 home-ice victory over the Selkirk Steelers. Marek Miller, Thomas Gerum, Brady Craik, Noah Diemer, Avery Anderson, Isaiah Peters and Jayce Legaarden did the goal scoring for the Flyers. Malachi Klassen and Liam Ernst both saw action in net for Winkler Wednesday night. Klassen played the first 40 minutes and made 19 saves. Ernst stopped five of the six shots he faced in the third period. The Flyers will play their final pre-season game Saturday afternoon in Selkirk.

Goaltender Corinne Schroeder of Elm Creek and defender Taylor Woods of Morden are among the 268 eligible players who have declared for the inaugural Professional Women's Hockey League Draft. The six PWHL teams will select 90 players in the 15-round draft. The group consists of 146 forwards, 78 defenders and 44 goaltenders. Minnesota has the first overall pick followed by Toronto, Boston, New York, Ottawa and Montreal. The draft will place on Monday. 

The Winnipeg Jets have agreed to terms with defenceman Declan Chisholm on a one-year, two-way contract with a value of $775,000. The 23-year-old Bowmanville, Ontario native played 59 games for the Manitoba Moose in 2022-23, recording 43 points (5G, 38A) and 21 penalty minutes. The Jets selected Chisholm in the fifth round (150th overall) of the 2018 NHL Draft.

The 2023 Canadian All Abilities Championship begins today in Kamloops, British Columbia. The third playing of the national championship will be contested as a 36-hole competition and will feature players with neurological, intellectual, sensory, and physical impairments. There are four different divisions in the Canadian All Abilities Championship that players will compete in, regardless of disability classification: Women’s Gross Stroke Play; Women’s Net Stableford; Men’s Gross Stroke Play; and Men’s Net Stableford. Kristian Hammerback of Winnipeg is the lone Manitoban competing in the championship.