Hartley's Sports ShortsSports HARTLEY’S SPORTS SHORTS: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20TH SHARE ON: Ethan Ready, staff Sunday, Oct. 20th, 2019 (As of 12:01 AM) by Ethan Ready WHL: (PG Cougars) Spokane Chiefs 5 Prince George Cougars 2 After opening the scoring in the first period of Oktoberfest Night at the CN Centre, the (3-6-0-1) Prince George Cougars gave up two goals in the second. Spokane then scored back-to-back goals late in the third period, both coming less than a minute apart after the Cougars managed to tie things up in the final five minutes of the game. It was a hard fought battle, but the Chiefs walk away with this one. Back at home Tuesday October 22nd against the Swift Current Broncos. pic.twitter.com/EFHYxIAjYa — PG Cougars (@PGCougars) October 20, 2019 The Cats will now look to entertain the (2-6-1-2) Swift Current Broncos on Tuesday and the (6-4-1) Kelowna Rockets on Wednesday. The Cougars are tied with Victoria and Seattle for the second wild-card spot in the Western Conference. The PG Cougars schedule/results right here. The WHL standings are right here. # The Cougars made a changeup with their roster on Saturday, announcing the acquisition of two players and draft picks from the Winnipeg Ice, in exchange for Jackson Leppard. Prince George receives forward Holden Kodak, defenceman Marco Creta, two third-round WHL Bantam Draft selections, and a conditional fifth-round selection from the Winnipeg. Both players are expected to be in the Cougars lineup for Tuesday’s game against Swift Current. BCHL: (PG Spruce Kings) Chilliwack Chiefs 2 Prince George Spruce Kings 1 The (5-7-2-1) Prince George Spruce Kings couldn’t find the equalizer when they faced off against the (9-5-2-1) Chilliwack Chiefs at the RMCA on Saturday night. Prince George is 4th in the Mainland Division, three points behind the (8-8) Langley Rivermen, seven back of the (10-3) Coquitlam Express, and eight behind the (9-5-2-1) Chilliwack Chiefs. The Spruce Kings schedule/results right here. The BCHL standings are right here. BC Major Midget League: (Cariboo Cougars) Vancouver Northeast Chiefs 7 Cariboo Cougars 3 The Cariboo Cougars had their five-game win streak capped as they hosted (7-2) Vancouver Northeast Chiefs at Kin 1. The two teams will rematch meet this morning at 10:30 a.m. also at Kin 1. The (5-1-0-1) Major Midget Cougars are in 4th place. The Major Midget League schedule/results/standings right here. NHL: New Jersey 1 Vancouver 0 The Canucks’ four-game winning streak came to an end on Saturday. 1st overall pick from this year’s draft, Jack Hughes scored his first career goal on the powerplay. Taylor Hall assisted on the play. Vancouver will continue a 4-game road trip when they visit the New York Rangers today (10:00 a.m. PT) and Detroit on Tuesday. #NHLScores NJD 1 – VAN 0 MTL 5 – STL 2 TOR 4 – BOS 3 OT COL 6 – TBL 2 DAL 4 – PHI 1 VGK 3 – PIT 0 NYI 3 – CBJ 2 OT ARI 5 – OTT 2 FLA 3 – NSH 2 SO LAK 4 – CGY 1 BUF 4 – SJS 3https://t.co/uymaNmh3eI pic.twitter.com/bAM8rttj0I — NHL (@NHL) October 20, 2019 # The NHL schedule is right here. The Canucks schedule is right here. The NHL standings are right here. The NHL scoring leaders are right here. Canada West Men’s Soccer: (UNBC Timberwolves) Thompson River Wolfpack 4 UNBC Timberwolves 0 The (4-7-3) UNBC Timberwolves men’s soccer team will conclude its regular season today games against the (5-5-5) Thompson Rivers University (TRU) WolfPack after being eliminated from playoff contention Saturday. After a scoreless opening half, TRU bombarded the Timberwolves in the second half with four goals. RECAP: @GoTRUWolfPack used a big second half to beat @UNBCMSoccer & eliminate @UNBC from @CanadaWest playoff contention. Read all about it here & make sure to come out tomorrow at 1 PM as we honour senior @jbotelho9 prior to the season finale. https://t.co/qAtiJUei5L pic.twitter.com/NPZNFUmHIo — UNBC Athletics (@UNBCATHLETICS) October 20, 2019 UNBC’s final game of the season will be played from Masich Place Stadium today at 1:00 p.m. The UNBC men’s soccer schedule/results right here. The Canada West men’s soccer standings are right here. Canada West Women’s Soccer: (UNBC Timberwolves) UBC Thunderbirds 3 UNBC Timberwolves 1 The Timberwolves wrapped up their regular season schedule falling to the UBC Thunderbirds Sofia Jones scores her 6th of the season, getting UNBC on the sheet in the 83rd minute. RECAP: @UNBCWSoccer wraps up their @CanadaWest regular season with a 3-1 loss to @ubcwsoc. Sofia Jones scored her 6th of the year on a great pass from Kiana Swift! @UNBC now waits to find out their playoff opponent! pic.twitter.com/mSHre0wm25 — UNBC Athletics (@UNBCATHLETICS) October 20, 2019 With a Thompson Rivers loss on Friday night, UNBC clinched themselves a post-season berth with the top six teams in each division extending their season. UNBC will visit the 3rd ranked team from the Prairie division when the playoffs get underway. The UNBC women’s soccer schedule/results right here. The Canada West women’s soccer standings are right here. MLB: (American League Championship Series) Houston Astros 6 New York Yankees 4 The Houston Astros are going to the World Series. Houston beat the Yanks in Game 6 of the ALCS to punch their ticket to the World Series for the second time in three seasons. ALTUVE SENDS THE @ASTROS TO THE #WORLDSERIES! pic.twitter.com/NYx1yzRFDY — MLB (@MLB) October 20, 2019 The NL champion Washington Nationals will play Games 1 and 2 of the World Series in Houston starting on Tuesday. The MLB playoff schedule/results right here. NFL: (Week 7) There are a dozen NFL games today, including Baltimore at Seattle. The only unbeaten teams are (6-0) New England and (5-0) San Francisco. Green Bay, Seattle and New Orleans are 5-1 while Buffalo is 4-1. The NFL schedule/results right here. The NFL standings are right here. CFL: (Week 19) Hamilton Tiger-Cats 33 Ottawa REDBLACKS 12 Dane Evans and Brandon Banks anchored a record-setting performance Saturday by the Tiger-Cats. Evans’ 62-yard touchdown strike to Banks in the third quarter led Hamilton to a home win over the Ottawa Redblacks. Calgary Stampeders 37 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 33 Reggie Begelton had a trio of touchdown catches for the Calgary Stampeders in a win over the visiting Blue Bombers on Saturday. # The CFL standings are right here. The 2019 schedule/results right here.