Saskatchewan got off to a losing start at the Western Canada Under-16 Challenge Cup hockey tournament in Calgary.
Team Sask lost 5-4 to B.C., while Alberta downed Manitoba 3-2.
Saskatchewan features four members of the Moose Jaw Generals: Dawson Davidson, Jared Dmytriw, Branden Klatt and goalie Colby Entz.
Taylor Ross had two goals and an assist to lead Team Sask, while Drew Warkentine had a goal and an assist and Jordan Borstmayer also scored.
Declan Hobbs made 33 saves for Team Sask, while Moose Jaw Warriors prospect Brody Willms made 22 saves to earn the win for B.C.
Warriors first round draft pick Brett Howden scored for Manitoba in their narrow loss to the hosts.
Howden is leading the Manitoba Midget AAA Hockey League in scoring with nine goals and 17 points in 10 games.
The round robin continues Friday. The tournament will conclude with the medal round Sunday.