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Regina Pats announce outdoor game at Mosaic Stadium

Mosaic Stadium is getting set to host a hockey game in February.

On Friday, The Regina Pats announced that they will be hosting an outdoor hockey game at the new stadium as part of the teams ‘Homecoming Weekend’ in February. 198 more words


Regina Pats set to make special announcement at Mosaic Stadium

The Regina Pats hockey club is set to make a special announcement at Mosaic Stadium on Friday morning.

It has been rumoured for months that the announcement will be that the Regina Pats and Moose Jaw Warriors will play in an outdoor game at Mosaic Stadium on February 18.


Terry Jones: Ryan Smyth returns to Red Deer for Alberta Hall of Fame induction

RED DEER — It was picture perfect.

Ryan Smyth, despite the fact his parents Jim and Dixie have lived in Red Deer for a quarter century, had never stepped inside the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame before. 960 more words

National Hockey League

One junior hockey fan is still out of my league

Some years ago, an out-of-my-league wife named (inhale) Chryssoula Filippakopolous (exhale) popped the question: “Do you know what today is?”

“Sure do,” an undeserving husband replied. 743 more words


WHL Roundup: Papirny backstops Broncos to first-round victory

Acquiring goaltender Jordan Papirny just prior to the WHL trade deadline paid off in a big way for the Swift Current Broncos.

The Edmonton product was outstanding for the Broncos in their opening-round playoff series against the Moose Jaw Warriors. 788 more words

Edmonton Oilers

Swift Current Broncos are a Saskatchewan sporting miracle

Swift Current Broncos … two minutes for obstruction.

The Broncos got in the way of a presumed second-round WHL playoff series between the Regina Pats and Moose Jaw Warriors — a much-anticipated matchup that could have taken a long-standing rivalry to new heights. 597 more words


Swift Current Broncos top Moose Jaw Warriors 3-2 in Game 7 to advance

The Swift Current Broncos are moving on to the second round of the Western Hockey League (WHL) playoffs.

Glenn Gawdin’s goal early in the third period stood as the winner as Swift Current edged the Moose Jaw Warriors 3-2 on Monday in Game 7 of their best-of-seven series. 57 more words