(As of 12:01 AM) by Hartley Miller

WHL: (PG Cougars)

Kamloops Blazers  1  Prince George Cougars  0

Taylor Gauthier stopped 43 of 44 shots but it was not enough to prevent the Cougars from suffering their sixth straight loss.

Rayce Ramsay made 23 saves for his second shutout of the season.

Matthew Seminoff scored the game’s only goal 38-seconds into the third period.

The (14-6) Blazers move six points ahead of the second-place Vancouver Giants in the BC Division.

The (4-14-0-2) Cougars play the (10-8-1-1) Giants tonight in Langley.

Prince George has lost nine of its 14 games in regulation by one goal, not counting empty netters.

The PG Cougars schedule/results right here.

The WHL standings are right here.


BCHL
: (PG Spruce Kings)

Cowichan Valley Capitals  4  Prince George Spruce Kings  2

The Spruce Kings suffered their fifth straight loss before 1,101 fans at the RMCA.

Prince George is fourth in the Mainland Division, a point behind the (11-13) Langley Rivermen and a point ahead of the last place (8-13-1-3) Surrey Eagles.

The (8-12-2-3) Spruce Kings host the (4-15-3-2) West Kelowna Warriors tonight.

The Spruce Kings schedule/results right here.

The BCHL standings are right here.


BC Major Midget League:
(Cariboo Cougars)

The Cariboo Cougars visit the (9-4-0-1) Fraser Valley Thunderbirds today at 3:15 p.m. and Sunday at 11:45 a.m. in Abbotsford.

The (10-3-0-1) Major Midget Cougars are in 3rd place in the 11-team BCMML, a point behind the (11-5) Vancouver NW Hawks and a point ahead of the (10-4) Vancouver NE Chiefs.

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

 

NHL: (Canadian teams went 2-1 on Friday)

The (10-7-3) Vancouver Canucks conclude a 4-game homestand tonight against the (11-6-2) Colorado Avalanche.

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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 Basketball: (UNBC Timberwolves)

Women’s game: UNBC Timberwolves  80  UBC Thunderbirds  63
Men’s game: UBC Thunderbirds  96  UNBC Timberwolves  78

The same teams meet again tonight at the Northern Sport Centre starting with the women at 5:00 followed by the men at 7:00.

This will be the Timberwolves final regular-season home games until January 10th.

UNBC is 3-2 in the men’s standings and 2-3 in the women’s division.

UBC is also 3-2 in the men’s standings and 2-3 in the women’s division.

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The Canada West men’s basketball schedule is right here.

The Canada West men’s basketball standings are right here.

The Canada West women’s basketball schedule is right here.

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

 

CFL: 

The CFL division finals will be featured on Sunday.

In the East, Edmonton plays at Hamilton (10:00 a.m. PT).

In the West, Winnipeg visits Saskatchewan (1:30 p.m. PT).

The winners advance to the 107th Grey Cup game Sunday, Nov. 24th in Calgary.

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The CFL standings are right here.

The 2019 schedule/results right here.

 

NFL: (Week 11)

There are a dozen NFL games on Sunday, including Houston at Baltimore and New England at Philadelphia.

Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett has been suspended for at least the rest of the NFL season after his helmet-swinging outburst late in the game against Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph.

The NFL schedule/results right here.

The NFL standings are right here.

 

NBA:

The Toronto Raptors are 3-1 on a five-game road trip that concludes tonight (5:30 tip-off) in Dallas against the (6-5) Mavericks.

The Raptors have won eight of their first 11 games.

The Raptors schedule/results right here.

The NBA standings are right here.

 

Swimming:

The Prince George Barracudas are hosting their Fall Invitational swim meet this weekend.

About 185 swimmers are participating.

Teams competing include PG Barracudas, Fort St John Inconnu, Quesnel Waveriders, Williams Lake Bluefins Kamloops Classic Swimming, Kitimat Marlins, Terrace Bluebacks and Prince Rupert Amateur Swim Club.

Racing runs from 9:10 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. today and Sunday.