730 CKDM - The Parklands Best

Wednesday, 20 November 2013 08:51

Schedule For Wednesday November 20th

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Local Sports

MANITOBA JUNIOR HOCKEY LEAGUE 

OCN BLIZZARD @ SWAN VALLEY STAMPEDERS     7:30pm

 

WESTERN HOCKEY LEAGUE  

BRANDON WHEAT KINGS @ MEDICINE HAT TIGERS     8:00pm

 

DAUPHIN REC HOCKEY LEAGUE

HOMETOWN AUTO GLASS vs. DAUPHIN CO-OP AGRO     8:15pm

DAUPHIN VET CLINIC vs. SAWYER BIPPERS     9:30pm

 

Elsewhere

Pittsburgh visits Washington tonight with first place on the line in the NHL's Metropolitan Division. The Pens are a point up on the Caps, despite coming in losing four of the last six. Washington is 7-2-1 in its last 10. The Capitals have won six in a row at home, but tangle with a Penguins team that's beaten them in their last four meetings. Two Canadian teams are on the ice, Ottawa hosts Minnesota and Calgary welcomes Columbus. 

 

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