The Kenora Under 18 AAA Thistles have another loss under their belt. They played host to the Winnipeg Bruins, where they fell to a tight game 4-3.

Kenora led the first period 2-1, but that ended quickly when the Bruins scored 37 seconds into the second. Two more goals were added by each team in the third, and it was looking like overtime was on the horizon, but ultimately Winnipeg's Peyton Allard scored with 28 seconds left in regular play.

Kenora will next host a pair against the Parkland Rangers this weekend.

NorWOSSA 'A' finals are set and it's down to T.A and Red Lake in all four sports.

The St. Thomas Aquinas Saints host the court sports championship today with the Junior and Senior Boys' Volleyball teams and Senior and Junior Girls' Basketball teams facing off against the Rams.

All but one T.A team earned a by into the finals, but the Junior Boys won their semi-final yesterday by sweeping Pelican Falls 3 sets to none to move on to today.

Two Kenora women's slo pitch teams are on their way to Las Vegas to compete in the Native American, First Nation and Pacific Islander World Series this weekend. Both the Royals and Bat Intentions will play their first games on Saturday.

There are 10 games on tap tonight in the NHL, with three Canadian clubs in action. The Calgary Flames visit Boston to take on the Eastern Conference-leading Bruins. The Edmonton Oilers are in Carolina and the Ottawa Senators – losers of six straight in regulation – travel to New Jersey.

And PK Subban has become a full-time member of ESPN's hockey crew. Subban, who retired in September, has signed a three-year agreement with the US sports network. The 33-year-old played 13 seasons with Montreal, Nashville and New Jersey.