In a nutshell: as of 12:05 a.m. Tuesday by Hartley Miller


–The LA Dodgers can capture the World Series for the first time in 32 years with a win tonight (Tuesday) against the Tampa Bay Rays. The two teams meet in Game 6 (with a start time of 5:08 PT). If the Rays pull off a victory, a 7th and deciding game would be played Wednesday.


–Week 7 of the NFL season concluded with the LA Rams outscoring the Chicago Bears 24-10. Both the Rams and Bears are 5-2.


–The owner of the B.C. Lions, David Braley, has died. He was 79. A cause of death has not been provided. Braley, who owned three CFL franchises, was inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 2012.


–The Prince George Spruce Kings have their next pre-season game on (Saturday) November 7th against the Merritt Centennials at the RMCA. The Spruce Kings are 2-1 in exhibition action against the Centennials this month. Brandon Dent, Hunter Brown, Blake Astorino and Alex Ochitwa of PG play for Merritt.