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Bukac, Wheat Kings ready for three games in three days

Brandon Wheat Kings defenceman Daniel Bukac takes part in a team practice at the Sportsplex. Bukac and the team have lots to be happy about in their game as they head into a busy weekend.

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Brandon Wheat Kings defenceman Daniel Bukac takes part in a team practice at the Sportsplex. Bukac and the team have lots to be happy about in their game as they head into a busy weekend.

Busy weekend offers stiff tests for Brandon

The Brandon Wheat Kings face some interesting challenges this weekend as they prepare to play three games in three days.

The Wheat Kings visit the Saskatoon Blades tonight, host the Medicine Hat Tigers on Saturday at Westman Place at 7:30 p.m., and then head to Regina to meet the Pats on ...

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