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The Thompson Sports News


The Brandon Wheat Kings will play two games this weekend; one at home tonight at Westman Place against the Everett Silvertips before taking the bus to Saskatchewan to play the Saskatoon Blades at the SaskTel Centre on Saturday.

 

The Wheaties currently sit seventh in the eastern conference with a record of 16-20-5-2.

 

Tonight’s game will be the first and only time Brandon and Everett will play this season. The Silvertips sit second in the western conference with a record of 31-11-8-2.

 

The Wheat Kings and Blades will meet for the fifth time this season Saturday night in Saskatoon. The Wheaties currently lead the season series 4-1. The last time they met, Brandon edged Saskatoon 3-2 on December 17th with Connor Gutenberg scoring the game winner in the third period.

 

The Wheaties have 17 regular season games left on the schedule after this weekend.

 

For a full schedule of this weekends’ WHL schedule, head to www.WHL.ca/Schedule

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