(As of 12:01 a.m.) Updated at 2:00 p.m.

NHL:

St. Louis Blues  4  Boston Bruins  1

Blues win the Stanley Cup for the first time in their 52-year history, taking the 7th and deciding game in Boston.

St. Louis scored two goals late in the opening period and added two more in the third to take a commanding 4-0 lead.

Jordan Binnington made 32 saves as Boston outshot St. Louis 33-20.

28-year-old Ryan O’Reilly scored for the fourth straight game and finished the playoffs with 23 points to capture the Conn Smythe Award for postseason MVP.

The Blues roster features 20 Canadians, most of any NHL team.

The Blues won three away games in the Final series and ended up 10-3 on the road in the playoffs compared to 6-7 at home.

The Bruins were just 7-6 at home compared to 9-3 on the road.

Home teams are 12-5 all-time in Game 7 of Stanley Cup Final, but the road team has won the last three Game 7’s.

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   BLUES WON 4-1


PG COUGARS:

The Prince George Cougars have lined up five pre-season games but none at CN Centre.

The Cougars play in Langley September 6th against the Kamloops Blazers and on the 7th vs. the Vancouver Giants.

P.G. will travel to Kelowna to face the Rockets on the 8th before playing a pair of exhibition games against the Edmonton Oil Kings in Dawson Creek on the 12th and 14th.

The 2019-20 WHL Regular Season schedule will be unveiled in late June.

 

PG SPRUCE KINGS:

Prince George Spruce Kings forward Lucas Vanroboys has committed to Bentley University near Boston for the 2019-2020 season.

Vanroboys becomes the 10th Spruce King from this season’s championship team to move to NCAA Division I next season.

After he was acquired at the trade deadline from the Cowichan Valley Capitals, Vanroboys notched eight points in 15 regular season games and 9 points in 17 BCHL Playoff games.

NBA:

The scene has shifted back to Oakland for Game six of the NBA Finals tonight.

Tip-off is just after 6:00 with the Toronto Raptors enjoying a 3-2 series over the Golden State Warriors.

The road team has won four of the first five games in the series.

If a 7th game is needed it would be played Sunday night in Toronto.

Kevin Durant of the Warriors has had successful surgery on a ruptured Achilles tendon.

Durant could miss a good portion or all of next season.

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  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)


WOMEN’S WORLD CUP SOCCER
: (IN FRANCE)

(Wednesday)

Nigeria  2  South Korea  0
Germany  1  Spain  0
France  2  Norway  1

(Today-Thursday)

Australia  3  Brazil  2
China  1  South Africa  0

1-0 Canada plays 0-1 New Zealand in its second game in Group E on Saturday (Noon PT).


PG SENIOR LACROSSE: 

Westwood Pub Devils  7  Northland Nissan Assault  2
(Game called after one period as the Assault did not have enough players to continue)

PG Senior Lacrosse tonight at 8:00 at Kin 1 has Northland Nissan Assault against the Mackenzie Lumberjacks.

League Standings: (As of June 13th morning)

Westwood Pub Devils  13-0
Mackenzie Conifex Power Lumberjacks  7-5
Northland Nissan Assault  6-7
RPR Mechanical/JR Construction Bandits  5-8
Quesnel Summit Electric Crossfire  1-12  (suspended for rest of season)

UNBC TIMBERWOLVES:

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 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.


US OPEN:

The US Open teed off today at Pebble Beach.
Rickie Fowler shot a 5-under 66 to share the first-round clubhouse lead.
Canadian Open champ Rory McIlroy began with a 3-under-68.
The two Canadians in the field, Nick Taylor and Mike Weir both began with a 3-over-74.
CFL:
The CFL regular season kicks off tonight with Saskatchewan at Hamilton (4:00 PT).
The B.C. Lions open at home against Winnipeg Saturday night at 7:00.

 

MLB:

Toronto Blue Jays  8  Baltimore Orioles  6
The two teams play again tonight in Baltimore in the rubber match of their 3-game series.
The 24-43 Jays are 4-15 in their last 19 games.

The Blue Jays schedule/results right here.

The MLB standings are right here.