(As of 12:01 AM)


Golden State Warriors  106  Toronto Raptors  105

The Raptors led 103-97 with 3:28 left before the Warriors closed the game on a 9-2 run.

Kyle Lowry had a chance for the win but his three at the buzzer was way off and bounced off the backboard.

Toronto leads the NBA Finals 3-2 with game six Thursday in Oakland.

Kevin Durant (who missed nine games with a strained calf) had 11 points in 12 minutes but left in the second quarter after he injured his Achilles tendon.

Many fans initially cheered the injury before Kyle Lowry, Serge Ibaka and Danny Green waved their arms to quiet them.

Kawhi Leonard had 12 of his 26 points in the fourth quarter as six Raptors scored in double figures.


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  WARRIORS WON 106-105
Thu June  13th–Game 6  Toronto  at  Golden State  6 PM
Sun June  16th–Game 7* Golden State  at  Toronto  5 PM (If necessary)


The Prince George Cougars leading scorer in the 2018-19 season, Vladislav Mikhalchuk, is headed to the KHL.

Mikhalchuk has signed one-year, two-way contract with a team in Russia (Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod).

In 68 games last season he notched 50 points (25 goals) and 36 penalty minutes.





The Stanley Cup will be presented Wednesday night in Boston as the Bruins and St. Louis Blues play a 7th and deciding game.

The Blues are 9-3 on the road in the playoffs while the Bruins are 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:

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   5 PM PT




Canada  1  Cameroon  0

Kadeisha Buchanan scored the goal as Canada won its opener in Group E.

Canada is fifth in the current FIFA world rankings, 41 spots ahead of Cameroon.

Canada plays its second game Saturday against New Zealand.

New Zealand lost 1-0 today against the Netherlands.

In other action today: Sweden blanked Chile 2-0 ad the USA crushed battles Thailand 13-0.

Argentina  0  Japan  0  (Tie)



Prince George Senior Lacrosse is down to four teams after the league suspended the Quesnel Crossfire for the rest of the season.

Quesnel has struggled to field a team.

The next game will be played Wednesday night at 8:00 at Kin 1 featuring the Westwood Pub Devils against Northland Nissan Assault.

League Standings: (As of June 11th morning)

Westwood Pub Devils  12-0
Mackenzie Conifex Power Lumberjacks  7-5
Northland Nissan Assault  6-6
RPR Mechanical/JR Construction Bandits  4-8
Quesnel Summit Electric Crossfire  1-11  (suspended for rest of season)



The UNBC Timberwolves will begin the 2019-20 Canada West basketball regular season with home games against Victoria on November 1st and 2nd.

The schedule, which was released today, has both UNBC basketball teams playing 20 games, eight before Christmas and 12 after.

The Timberwolves will conclude on Feb. 7th-8th weekend against MacEwan at the Northern Sport Centre.


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.


The Toronto Blue Jays are just 3-14 in their last 17 games.

The 23-42 Jays start a six-game road trip tonight in Baltimore against the 20-45 Orioles.

The Blue Jays schedule/results right here.

The MLB standings are right here.