(As of 12:01 AM)  WEEKEND WRAP

NHL:

Boston Bruins  5  St. Louis Blues  1

The Stanley Cup Final is tied 3-3 with the 7th and deciding game Wednesday in Boston.

The Bruins led 1-0 after two periods before exploding with four goals in the third.

42-year-old Zdeno Chara tallied into an empty net to become the oldest defenceman in NHL history to score a Stanley Cup Final goal.

Tuukka Rask made 28 saves as Boston outshot St. Louis 32-29.

The Blues are just 6-7 at home in the playoffs compared to 9-3 on the road.

The Bruins are 8-3 on the road and 7-5 at home.

Home teams are 12-4 all-time in Game 7 of Stanley Cup Final, but the road team has won the two most recent Game 7’s, including the 2011 Bruins in Vancouver.

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    BRUINS WON 5-1
Game 7 June 12–St. Louis  at  Boston

 

NBA:

The Toronto Raptors will go for their first NBA title in the team’s 24-year history when they host the Golden State Warriors tonight (6 PM PT).

The Raptors enjoy a 3-1 Finals lead.

Toronto has never lost a game five at home in the playoffs going 8-0.

Kevin Durant returned to practice Sunday and is listed as questionable.

Durant has missed nine straight games with a strained right calf.

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

 

MOTOCROSS:

Jess Pettis of Prince George finished third in the 250cc class at the Rockstar Energy Triple Crown motocross which was held at the Blackwater Motocross Park.


WORLD CUP
: (WOMEN’S SOCCER IN FRANCE)

(Sunday)

Italy  2  Australia  1
Brazil  3  Jamaica  0
England  2  Scotland  1

(Saturday)

Germany  1  China  0
Spain  3  South Africa  1
Norway  3  Nigeria  0

Canada plays its opener today (noon PT) against Cameroon.

The other game today (Monday) had Argentina and Japan tie 0-0.


PG SENIOR LACROSSE: 

Westwood Pub Devils  7  RPR Mechanical/JR Construction Bandits  5  (Saturday)
Mackenzie Lumberjacks  14  Northland Nissan Assault  9  (Saturday)

Westwood Pub Devils  16  Northland Nissan Assault  4  (Sunday)
Mackenzie Lumberjacks  1  Quesnel Crossfire  0  (Sunday) Forfeit

League Standings: (As of June 10th morning)

Westwood Pub Devils  12-0
Mackenzie Conifex Power Lumberjacks  7-5
Northland Nissan Assault  6-6
RPR Mechanical/JR Construction Bandits  3-8
Quesnel Summit Electric Crossfire  1-10

Tonight’s PG Senior Lacrosse game between the Crossfire and the RPR Mechanical/JR Construction Bandits has been cancelled as Quesnel has been suspended for the rest of the season.

 

GOLF:

Rory McIlroy tuned up for the US Open (which begins Thursday) by winning the RBC Canadian Open in Hamilton by seven shots over Shane Lowry and Webb Simpson.

McIlroy closed with a 61 for a tournament record 22-under 258 total.

Top Canadian Adam Hadwin finished sixth, 10 strokes off the pace.

FRENCH OPEN:
The King of Clay, Rafael Nadal, won his record 12th French Open defeating Dominic Thiem in four sets in the final.
The 33-year-old Nadal is 93-2 for his career at Roland Garros.

He is now up to 18 Grand Slam trophies, moving within two of Roger Federer’s men’s record of 20.

The women’s French title was won by #8 Ashleigh Barty.

MLB:


Arizona Diamondbacks  8  Toronto Blue Jays  2 
(Sunday)
Arizona Diamondbacks  6  Toronto Blue Jays  0 
(Saturday)

The 23-42 Jays finished 2-4 on a six-game homestand.

Toronto is just 3-14 in its last 17 games.

The Jays start a six-game road trip Tuesday in Baltimore against the 20-45 Orioles.

The Blue Jays schedule/results right here.

The MLB standings are right here.