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TUESDAY MARCH 29 SCHEDULE

The Canadian Junior Women’s and Men’s Under-21 Curling Championships continue today and run through Sunday in Stratford, Ont. 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 4 wins, 1 loss… good for 3rd place in pool B. On their program today…

5 p.m. – Saskatchewan vs. Nova Scotia #1

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 6 wins, 0 losses…good for 1st place in Group A. Saskatchewan #2 has 4 wins, 2 losses… good for 3rd place in Group B. On their schedule today…

Wednesday 7 a.m. – Saskatchewan #1 vs Alberta #1

Saskatchewan #2 vs. Alberta #2

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Western Hockey League:

Moose Jaw Warriors at Winnipeg ICE — 6 p.m.

(The Saskatoon Blades return to action tomorrow 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 Blue and Gold’s next home game is Friday against Moose Jaw Game time is 7 pm at the SaskTel Centre.

The Prince Albert Raiders are inactive until tomorrow when they host the Brandon Wheat Kings. Game time is 7 p.m. at the Art Hauser Center. PA has 24 wins, 32 losses, 5 overtime losses for 53 points…good for 9th place in the Eastern Conference. Brandon has 30 wins, 24 losses, 5 overtime losses for 65 points…good for 6th in the East.)

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Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League Playoffs:

Yorkton Terriers at Melfort Mustangs — 7:30 p.m.

(Quarter-final best of seven tied 3-3)

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

Notre Dame Hounds at Regina Pat-Canadians—7:30 p.m.

(Regina leads best-of-five semi-final 1-0)

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National Hockey League — 9 games:

Montreal Canadiens vs. Florida Panthers — 5 p.m.

Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Boston Bruins — 5 p.m.

Ottawa Senators vs. Nashville Predators—6 p.m.

Colorado Avalanche vs. Calgary Flames — 7 p.m.

Carolina Hurricanes at Tampa Bay Lightning — 5 p.m.

New York Rangers vs. Pittsburgh Penguins — 5 p.m.

New York Islanders vs. Columbus Blue Jackets — 5 p.m.

Philadelphia Flyers at Minnesota Wild – 6 p.m.

Dallas Stars at Anaheim Ducks — 8 p.m.

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Major League Baseball – 12 exhibition games:

The Toronto Blue Jays are gone.

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National Basketball Association – 5 games:

Milwaukee Bucks vs. Philadelphia 76ers — 5 p.m.

Chicago Bulls vs. Washington Wizards — 5 p.m.

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Dallas Mavericks — 5:30 p.m.

Detroit Pistons at Brooklyn Nets — 5:30 p.m.

Utah Jazz at Los Angeles Clippers — 8 p.m.

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

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The National Lacrosse League is inactive until Thursday, when Buffalo travels to Philadelphia. The 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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