The Warren Mercs will face the Ste. Anne Aces in the SEMHL final. Dexter Kuczek had three goals and two assists as the Mercs defeated the Morden Bombers 7-3 in the fifth and deciding game of their semifinal Tuesday night in Warren. Carson Ouellette, Riley Vautour, Darren Bestland and Johnny Lazo also scored for the Mercs who rallied from an 0-2 series deficit. Jay Fehr, Tyler Peers and Logan Christensen replied for the Bombers. The defending champion Aces swept the Winkler Royals in three straight in their semifinal. 

The Pembina Valley Hawks gave up two goals in each period and lost 6-1 to the Brandon Wheat Kings in game one of their best-of-five Manitoba U18 AAA Hockey League semifinal. Liam Goertzen had the lone goal for the Hawks. Pembina Valley goaltender Bryson Yaschyshyn faced 48 shots. Jaxon Jacobson had two goals and an assist for the hometown Wheat Kings. Game two goes Thursday night in Morden.

The Pembina Valley Twisters are one win away from advancing to round two of the Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League playoffs. Merek Degraeve had two goals and an assist and Owen LaRocque made 21 saves as Pembina Valley shutout Raiders 4-0. Josh Guilford and Mark Plett also scored for the Twisters who lead the best-of-seven quarterfinal three games to none. 

Dalton Andrew scored five times in the Winkler Flyers 10-0 victory over the Winnipeg Freeze. Isaiah Peters, Mike Svenson, Trent Penner, Jakob Jones and Nich McKee had the other Winkler goals. Liam Ernst made 22 saves in recording the shutout. The Flyers, who will face the Portage Terriers in round one of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League playoffs, host the Virden Oil Capitals tonight. 

The Brandon Wheat Kings wrapped up their five-game road trip with a 4-0 loss to Saskatoon. Egor Sidorov had three goals and an assist for the Western Hockey League's Eastern Conference leading Blades.

Briane Harris was ineligible to compete in the national women's championship because she had tested positive for a banned substance. The Winnipeg native was declared ineligible to compete in the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Calgary hours before her team skipped by Kerri Einarson played its opening game on February 16. Einarson's rink confirmed on social media Tuesday morning that Harris tested positive for a banned substance.

The 2023 Grey Cup provided economic gain for both the city of Hamilton and province of Ontario. According to a study by Sport Tourism Canada, the game and Grey Cup festival generated a net economic impact of 41.9 million dollars, including 35.4 million for Ontario and 29.2 million for Hamilton, which staged the game. The Montreal Alouettes defeated the Winnipeg Blue Bombers 28-24 at Tim Hortons Field.