Hartley's Sports ShortsSports HARTLEY’S SPORTS SHORTS: SATURDAY, JUNE 8TH SHARE ON: Hartley Miller, staff Saturday, Jun. 8th, 2019 (As of 12:01 AM) NBA: Toronto Raptors 105 Golden State Warriors 92 The Raptors lead the NBA finals 3-1 after winning both games in Oakland. Toronto is one win away from its first championship in the team’s 24-year history. The Raptors, down four at the half, turned the game around by outscoring the Warriors 37-21 in the third quarter. Kawhi Leonard scored 17 of his 36 points in the third quarter. Leonard added a team-high 12 rebounds. Game five will be held in Toronto Monday night (6 PM PT). WARRIORS/RAPTORS SCHEDULE (PT) Thu May 30th–Game 1 Golden State at Toronto RAPTORS WON 118-109 Sun June 2nd–Game 2 Golden State at Toronto WARRIORS WON 109-104 Wed June 5th–Game 3 Toronto at Golden State RAPTORS WON 123-109 Fri June 7th—Game 4 Toronto at Golden State RAPTORS WON 105-92 Mon June 10th–Game 5 Golden State at Toronto 6 PM Thu June 13th–Game 6* Toronto at Golden State 6 PM Sun June 16th–Game 7* Golden State at Toronto 5 PM # The NBA has handed Golden State Warriors executive Mark Stevens a one-year ban and $500,000 fine. Stevens shoved Kyle Lowry of the Raptors during the fourth quarter of Game 3. NHL: The Stanley Cup could be handed out this weekend. The St. Louis Blues are on the verge of their first Cup. The Blues, up 3-2, host the Boston Bruins Sunday night (5:00 PT). Should the Bruins win, a 7th and deciding game would be played Wednesday in Boston. The Blues are just 6-6 at home in the playoffs compared to 9-3 on the road. The Bruins are 7-3 on the road and 7-5 at home. 2019 Stanley Cup Final Schedule/Results (All games 5 PM PT) Game 1 May 27–St. Louis at Boston BRUINS WON 4-2 Game 2 May 29–St. Louis at Boston BLUES WON 3-2 IN OT Game 3 June 1–Boston at St. Louis BRUINS WON 7-2 Game 4 June 3–Boston at St. Louis BLUES WON 4-2 Game 5 June 6–St. Louis at Boston BLUES WON 2-1 Game 6 June 9–Boston at St. Louis *Game 7 June 12–St. Louis at Boston * If Necessary PG COUGARS: A new six-year rental agreement has been reached between @CityofPG and @PGCougars with the @TheWHL staying put at @CNCentre | https://t.co/OXO3AuqZ6P #cityofpg #sports pic.twitter.com/NLFeGFl5bI — My Prince George Now (@mypgnow) June 7, 2019 WORLD CUP: (WOMEN’S SOCCER IN FRANCE) France 4 Korea 0 Canada plays its opener Monday (noon PT) against Cameroon. PG SENIOR LACROSSE: PG Senior Lacrosse has four-weekend games at Kin 1. Game times are tonight at 7:00 and 9:00 plus Sunday at 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM. League Standings: (As of June 8th morning) Westwood Pub Devils 10-0 Northland Nissan Assault 6-4 Mackenzie Conifex Power Lumberjacks 5-5 RPR Mechanical/JR Construction Bandits 3-7 Quesnel Summit Electric Crossfire 1-9 FRENCH OPEN: Rafael Nadal whipped Roger Federer in straight sets to advance to the men’s final on Sunday at the French Open. Nadal, the 11-time French champ, is 6-0 against the 37-year-old Federer at Roland Garros. In the other semi, #4 Dominic Thiem upset top-seeded Novak Djokovic in five sets. The women’s French title was won by #8 Ashleigh Barty. MLB: Arizona Diamondbacks 8 Toronto Blue Jays 2 The 23-40 Jays are 2-2 on a six-game homestand. The Blue Jays schedule/results right here. The MLB standings are right here.