(As of 12:01 AM) by Hartley Miller  updated at 12:01 PM

WHL: (PG Cougars)

Spokane Chiefs  5  Prince George Cougars  2  (Saturday)

Michael King scored on the power play with 3:04 left in the third to snap a 2-2 tie before 3,027 fans on Oktoberfest night at CN Centre.

Prince George Cougars  2  Spokane Chiefs  1  (Friday)

Taylor Gauthier blocked 37 of 38 shots to lead the Cougars in front of 1,984 hometown fans.

The (3-6-0-1) Cougars host the (2-6-1-2) Swift Current Broncos on Tuesday and the (6-4-0-1) Kelowna Rockets on Wednesday.

The Broncos have lost all four on their five-game BC road trip, although two of those games have been decided beyond regulation time.

The Cougars are tied with the (2-4-2-1) Seattle Thunderbirds, two points behind the (4-4-1) Victoria Royals for the second wild-card spot in the Western Conference.

The PG Cougars schedule/results right here.

The WHL standings are right here.


The PG Cougars acquired two players and draft picks from the Winnipeg Jets in return for 19-year-old forward Jackson Leppard.

Prince George obtained forward Holden Kodak, defenceman Marco Creta, two third-round WHL Bantam Draft selections, and a conditional fifth-round selection from Winnipeg.

Both players are expected to be in the Cougars lineup on Tuesday against Swift Current.

Leppard scored a goal and added an assist in his first game with Winnipeg on Sunday, a 7-2 victory over the Saskatoon Blades.

BCHL: (PG Spruce Kings)

Chilliwack Chiefs  2  Prince George Spruce Kings  1  (Saturday)

Prince George Spruce Kings  3  Chilliwack Chiefs  2  (OT-Friday)

Nolan Welsh scored all three goals for the Spruce Kings.

The (5-7-2-1) Spruce Kings visit The (7-10) Powell River Kings Thursday, the (6-11) Victoria Grizzlies Saturday and the (10-6-1-1) Cowichan Valley Capitals Sunday afternoon.

The next home games for PG will be Nov. 1st and 2nd against the Langley Rivermen.

Prince George is 4th in the Mainland Division, three points behind the (8-8) Langley Rivermen, eight back of the (9-5-2-1) Chilliwack Chiefs and nine behind the (11-3) Coquitlam Express.

The Spruce Kings schedule/results right here.

The BCHL standings are right here.


BC Major Midget League: (Cariboo Cougars)

Cariboo Cougars  4  Vancouver Northeast Chiefs  1  (Sunday)

Carter Yarish notched the hat trick and Jordan Fairlie made 29 saves in the victory.

Vancouver Northeast Chiefs  7  Cariboo Cougars  3  (Saturday)

The (6-1-0-1) Major Midget Cougars are in 4th place in the 11-team BCMML, a point behind the (7-3) Vancouver NE Chiefs, three back of the (8-2) Vancouver NW Hawks and seven behind the (10-0) Okanagan Rockets.

Cariboo will visit the (2-7-0-1) Greater Vancouver Canadians Saturday night at 5:00 and Sunday morning at 10:00 in Richmond.

The Major Midget League schedule/results/standings right here.


The Major Bantam Cariboo Cougars were also in action at the Kin Centre and lost both their games to the Greater Vancouver Canadians, 4-0 on Saturday and 5-4 on Sunday.

The Cougars are 1-6-0-1 and last out of eight teams.


The Northern Capitals of the B.C. Hockey Female Midget Triple-A League dropped three games to the Greater Vancouver Comets.

On the ice in Coquitlam, the (6-0) Comets won 5-1 on Friday and Saturday and 4-1 on Sunday.

The Capitals sit third in the five-team league at 2-5.


NHL: (5 Sunday games)

Vancouver  3  New York Rangers  2

The (5-3) Canucks are 2-1 on a four-game road trip that concludes Tuesday in Detroit against the (3-5) Red Wings who have lost four straight.

Vancouver’s next home game will be played Friday against Washington.

Winnipeg  1  Edmonton  0  (SO)
Calgary  2  Anaheim  1
Minnesota  4  Montreal  3
Washington  5  Chicago  3

There are four Monday NHL games with two Canadian teams in action: Toronto hosts Columbus and Ottawa plays at Dallas.

Elsewhere, Vegas visits Philadelphia and Colorado faces off in St. Louis.

The (7-0-1) Avalanche are the only team not to have lost in regulation time.


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 at Masich Place)

Thompson River Wolfpack  2  UNBC Timberwolves  0  (Sunday)
Thompson River Wolfpack  4  UNBC Timberwolves  0  (Saturday)

The UNBC Timberwolves men’s soccer team finished the regular season last with a 4-8-3 record in the seven-team Canada West Pacific Division.

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 at Victoria and UBC)

UBC Thunderbirds  3  UNBC Timberwolves  1 (Saturday)
Victoria Vikes  1  UNBC Timberwolves  0  (Friday)

The (3-7-4) UNBC women’s soccer team earned the sixth and final playoff spot in the eight-team Pacific Division.

UNBC will play the (8-5-1) Manitoba Bisons (the 3rd place team in the Prairie division) this week in Calgary with the winner to advance to the quarterfinals Sunday against the (10-1-3) Calgary Dinos.

The UNBC women’s soccer schedule/results right here.

The Canada West women’s soccer standings are right here.


NFL: (Week 7)

Baltimore  30  Seattle  16

Both the Ravens and Seahawks are 5-2.

Dallas  37  Philadelphia 10  (Sunday night game)

The 4-3 Cowboys lead the NFC East by a game over the 3-4 Eagles.

San Francisco  9  Washington  0

The 49’ers are 6-0 and tied with New England for the best record in the league.

The (6-0) Patriots visit the (1-4) New York Jets tonight at 5:15 (PT).

The NFL schedule/results right here.

The NFL standings are right here.



The Calgary Stampeders and Saskatchewan Roughriders are tied for first place in the CFL West with each team having two games remaining.

Both teams are 10-6 and two points ahead of the (10-7) Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

The Stampeders beat the Blue Bombers 37-33 Saturday to conclude week 19.

The (13-3) Hamilton Tiger-Cats have the best record in the league.

The (5-12) BC Lions, coming off a 27-19 Friday loss to Saskatchewan, will play their final game on Saturday, Nov. 2nd when they host Calgary.

Week 20 starts on Friday with Calgary at Winnipeg (5:30 p.m. PT).

There are three games on Saturday, including Saskatchewan at (8-8) Edmonton (4:00 p.m. PT).

Also on Saturday, Hamilton plays at Montreal (10 a.m. PT) and Ottawa visits Toronto (1:00).


The CFL standings are right here.

The 2019 schedule/results right here.



Bianca Andreescu has become the highest-ranked Canadian female tennis player in WTA Tour history.

The 19-year-old from Mississauga, Ont., jumped to No. 4 in the rankings today (Monday) which moves her one spot ahead of her career-best No. 5 ranking, which tied a Canadian record set by Eugenie Bouchard in 2014.

Milos Raonic reached No. 3 in the men’s rankings in 2016, the best ranking achieved by a Canadian.


MLB: (American League Championship Series)

Houston Astros  6  New York Yankees  4  (Saturday)

The Astros won the ALCS 4-2 and will host the Washington Nationals in the first two games of the World Series on Tuesday and Wednesday (5:08 p.m. PT).

The MLB playoff schedule/results right here.


The Toronto Raptors begin defence of their NBA title when they host the New Orleans Pelicans Tuesday night at 5:00 (PT).

The other game on the opening day of the season has the LA Lakers at the LA Clippers.