(As of 12:01 a.m.) Updated 1:01 p.m.


After guiding the Prince George Spruce Kings to back to back BCHL Finals, head coach Adam Maglio is leaving the team and headed to the WHL.

Maglio has been hired by the Spokane Chiefs as associate coach.

The Spruce Kings are staying in house for his replacement.

Alex Evin has been promoted from associate coach to head coach.

The Spruce Kings are coming off their most successful season ever, winning the 2019 Fred Page and Doyle Cups, and reaching the National Championship game against the host Brooks Bandits.


The Prince George Cougars associate coach Jason Smith met the media three days after his hiring was announced.


In a swap of  31-year-old forwards, the Edmonton Oilers have traded Milan Lucic to the Calgary Flames in return for James Neal. Each player has four years left on his current contract.

This past season Lucic had just 20 points in 79 games while Neal notched 19 points in 63 games.

Check out NHL free agent signings right here.



Shane Lowry of Ireland enjoys a four-shot lead after the third round of the 148th (British) Open in Northern Ireland.

Lowry is at 16-under-197 after a third round 63.

Tommy Fleetwood is second at -12 followed by JB Holmes at 10-under.

Brooks Koepka, who has won four of the last eight majors, is tied for fourth with Justin Rose at -9, seven shots off the pace.

The only Canadian to make the cut, Adam Hadwin is at 2-over.

The leaderboard is right here.



Winnipeg Blue Bombers  31  Ottawa RedBlacks  1

Blue Bombers improve to a perfect 5-0 record while the RedBlacks slip to 2-3 with their third straight loss.

Week six of the CFL concludes with a pair of games today: (3-1) Edmonton at (2-2) Montreal (1:00 PT) followed by the (1-4) B.C. Lions at the (1-3) Saskatchewan Roughriders.

The Lions are giving up an average of 30 points a game while scoring just 20.

The 2019 schedule is right here.

The CFL standings are right here.



Toronto Blue Jays  12  Detroit Tigers  1

The (37-62) Jays are 3-5 on a 10-game road trip.

The Blue Jays schedule/results right here.

The MLB standings are right here.



The best-of-five Prince George Senior Lacrosse final resumes Monday tonight at 8:00 at Kin 1.

The Westwood Pub Devils lead Northland Nissan Assault 2-0 after winning the
first two games 21-6 and 10-5.


The Prince George Posse finished 1-2 after the round-robin at the Provincial A2 bantam lacrosse championship in Victoria/North Saanich.

Prince George lost 10-7 to Peninsula Thursday, beat Ridge Meadows 12-11 Friday and lost 5-2 to Saanich today (Saturday).

The PG Posse will also participate in the Provincial midget B lacrosse championship next week in Langley.

(The home page for schedule/results for BC minor lacrosse championships is right here)