It wasn't the start to their BC Division road swing the Moose Jaw Warriors probably wanted, as they dropped a 5-2 decision to the Prince George Cougars on Wednesday at the CN Centre. Assistant coach Scott King said following the game they couldn't ask for a better start. 

"I thought the first period we were really good," says King. "We had a lot of good looks and left a lot on the table with missed nets and things like that. I thought we could've up four goals and changed the game a little bit. The first period was fantastic."

Ryder Korczak and Lucas Brenton scored for the Warriors last night. They continue their road trip on Friday night in Kamloops against the Blazers at 9:00 p.m. 

After a tough loss on Tuesday night, the Moose Jaw WINMAR AAA Warriors return home on Thursday and host the Estevan Bears at the Moose Jaw Events Centre for a 7:00 p.m. puck drop. The Warriors are 1-0 against the Bears after a 5-3 win back on October 12. 

The Moose Jaw Curling Centre's cash league resumed playing on Wednesday. Fountain Tire beat Kal Tire 6-4, John's Music doubled up Paws N Play 6-3, Froehlich was 6-2 winners over EMJ Marketing, Montgomery took down Protec Electric 5-1, and Protec Studios beat up RK Sunview 7-1. 

In the NHL on Wednesday, all seven Canadian teams were in action. Toronto snapped New Jersey's 13-game winning streak with a 2-1 win, Calgary lost 2-1 in a shootout, Montreal won on the road in Columbus 3-1, the Jets lost a tough one 6-1 to Minnesota, Edmonton was blanked by Detroit 3-0, Vancouver beat the defending cup champs Colorado Avalanche 4-3, and Ottawa lost 4-1 in Vegas. 

And Canada continues to look for its first-ever win at the men's World Cup after dropping a 1-0 decision to Belgium on Wednesday afternoon. Canada now needs a victory over No. 12 Croatia Sunday to avoid elimination from knockout-round contention.

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