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On stony ice:

The World Women’s Curling Championship continues and wraps up today in Prince George, BC. On the schedule for today’s playoffs…

Noon Bronze Medal Game: Canada vs. Sweden

5:00 p.m. Gold medal game: South Korea vs. Switzerland

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The Canadian Junior Women’s and Junior Men’s Under-21 Curling Championships continue today and will continue until Sunday, April 3rd in Stratford, Ontario. In both men’s and women’s divisions, 18 teams are participating, divided into two pools of nine for the preliminary round robin. The top three from each pool qualify for the playoffs. In junior women, Saskatchewan is represented by Madison Kleiter’s quartet of Saskatoon-Sutherland. They have 2 wins, 0 losses… tied for 1st place in pool B. On their program today…

10 a.m. – Saskatchewan vs. Alberta #2

In the junior men’s division, Saskatchewan has two participating teams…the Daymond Bernath quartet of Saskatoon-Sutherland is Saskatchewan’s No. 1 while the Nathan Pomedli team of Saskatoon-Nutana is Saskatchewan’s No. 2 team. Saskatchewan #1 has 3 wins, 0 losses…tied for 1st place in Group A. Saskatchewan #2 has 2 wins, 1 loss… tied for 2n/a place in pool B. On their schedule today…

2 p.m. – Saskatchewan #2 vs. Ontario #1

Saskatchewan #1 vs. Ontario #2


Western Hockey League–5 games:

Prince Albert Raiders at Winnipeg ICE—4 p.m.

(PA has 24 wins, 31 losses, 5 overtime losses for 53 points… good for 9th place in the Eastern Conference. Winnipeg has 46 wins, 9 losses, 5 overtime losses for 97 points… good for 1st place in the Eastern Conference. The Raiders’ next home game is Wednesday against the Brandon Wheat Kings at 7 p.m. at the Art Hauser Center.)

Swift Current Broncos vs. Calgary Hitmen — 2 p.m.

Lethbridge Hurricanes at Edmonton Oil Kings — 4 p.m.

Prince George Cougars at Vancouver Giants — 5 p.m. at Langley, B.C.

Seattle Thunderbirds vs. Tri-City Americans—5:05 p.m. at Kennewick, Wa.

(The Saskatoon Blades are out until Wednesday when they visit the Regina Pats. The CJWW broadcast begins at 6:30 p.m. with the pre-game show and play-by-play at 7 p.m. The Bridge City Bunch Has 34 wins, 23 losses, 4 overtime losses for 72 points… good for 5th place in the Eastern Conference Regina has 23 wins, 31 losses, 5 overtime losses for 51 points… good for 11th place in the East. The Bleu et Or’s next home game is Friday against the Moose Jaw Warriors. Game time is 7 p.m. at the SaskTel Centre.)


The U Sports National Women’s Hockey Championship tournament continues and wraps up today in Charlottetown, PEI. On today’s program…

Consolation final

UBC Thunderbirds vs. Prince Edward Island Panthers — 8 a.m.

Championship Bronze Medal Match

Saskatchewan Huskies vs. New Brunswick Reds — 11:30 a.m.

Championship final

Nipissing Lakers vs. Concordia Stingers — 3 p.m.


Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League playoffs — 3 games:

Humboldt Broncos at La Ronge Ice Wolves—5 p.m.

(Humboldt leads best of seven quarter-finals 3-2)

Melfort Mustangs at Yorkton Terriers – 6 p.m.

(Yorkton leads best of seven quarter-finals 3-2)

Battlefords North Stars at Flin Flon Bombers — 6:30 p.m.

(Flin Flon leads best of seven quarter-finals 3-2)


Prairie Junior Hockey League Playoffs:

Regina Capitals at Pilot Butte Storm — 2:30 p.m.

(Regina leads Best of Seven South Division Finals 3-2)


Saskatchewan Under-18 Triple A Hockey League Playoffs:

Regina Pat-Canadians at Notre Dame Hounds — 3 p.m.

(Opening match of best-of-five semi-final)


Saskatchewan Women’s Under-18 Triple-A Hockey League Playoffs:

Regina Rebels at Swift Current Wildcats – 7:345 p.m.

(Regina leads best-of-five semi-final 2-1)


National Hockey League — 8 games:

Tampa Bay Lightning vs. New York Islanders — noon

Buffalo Sabers at New York Rangers — 3 p.m.

Detroit Red Wings vs. Pittsburgh Penguins — 3 p.m.

Philadelphia Flyers vs. Nashville Predators — 4 p.m.

Colorado Avalanche at Minnesota Wild — 4 p.m.

Arizona Coyotes vs. Winnipeg Jets — 5 p.m.

Montreal Canadiens vs. New Jersey Devils — 5 p.m.

Florida Panthers vs. Toronto Maple Leafs — 5 p.m.


Major League Baseball – 15 exhibition games, including:

Toronto Blue Jays vs. Philadelphia Phillies – 11:05 a.m. in Dunedin, Fla.


National Basketball Association – 7 games:

New York Knicks vs. Detroit Pistons — 1:30 p.m.

Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Boston Celtics – 4 p.m.

Golden State Warriors at Washington Wizards – 4 p.m.

Philadelphia 76ers at Phoenix Suns — 4 p.m.

Los Angeles Lakers at New Orleans Pelicans — 5 p.m.

Utah Jazz at Dallas Mavericks—5:30 p.m.

Charlotte Hornets at the Brooklyn Nets — 5:30 p.m.

(The Toronto Raptors return to action tomorrow when they host Boston at 5:30 p.m. in Toronto)


National Lacrosse League:

Buffalo Bandits vs. Halifax Thunderbirds — 2 p.m.

(Saskatchewan Rush is suspended until Saturday, April 9and when they host the Vancouver Warriors. Game time is 8 p.m. at the SaskTel Centre. The Rush have 4 wins, 10 losses… good for 6th place in the West Division.)


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