Sports by Hartley Miller as of 12:05 a.m. Sunday, October 24th

WHL (PG Cougars)

Prince George Cougars  4  Victoria Royals  1  (Saturday)

The game story is right here.

The box score is right here.

The Cougars won their fourth straight game, all against the Royals. In the four games, P.G. has outscored Victoria 16-5. The (4-3) Cougars host the (1-8) Royals again Wednesday in Prince George. Victoria has lost seven straight.

Prince George Cougars  5  Victoria Royals  1  (Friday)

The Cougars scored all five of their goals in the second period and had 13 players pick up at least one point.

The PG Cougars regular season schedule is right here.

The WHL standings are right here. 

 

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NHL: (13 Saturday games)

Vancouver  4  Seattle  2

The (3-2-1) Canucks entertain the Minnesota Wild Tuesday night at 7:00 in their home opener.

The Canucks schedule is right here.

The NHL schedule is right here.

The NHL standings are right here.

 

BC Elite Hockey League:

(Cariboo Cougars U18 AAA & Northern Capitals Female U18 AAA)

Fraser Valley Thunderbirds  4  Cariboo Cougars  0  

The (4-5) Cariboo Cougars visit the (4-3-1-1) Fraser Valley Thunderbirds again this morning at 9:45 in Abbotsford.

The Cariboo Cougars schedule is right here.

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Northern Capitals  5  Vancouver Island Seals  1

The (5-3-0-1) Northern Capitals play the (2-5) Vancouver Island Seals again this morning at 9:40 in Chemainus.

The Northern Capitals schedule is right here.

 

BCHL (PG Spruce Kings)

The (5-1) Prince George Spruce Kings play their next two games against the (5-0) Vees; Wednesday in Prince George and Friday in Penticton.

The Spruce Kings won both of their games at the BCHL Showcase in Chilliwack: 4-1 over Wenatchee on Wednesday and 3-2 over Victoria on Thursday.

The Spruce Kings regular season schedule is right here.
The BCHL standings are right here. 

 

Canada West Soccer: (UNBC Timberwolves)

Men: Thompson Rivers Wolfpack  1  UNBC Timberwolves  0

Women: Thompson Rivers Wolfpack  0  UNBC Timberwolves  0  (Tie)

The same teams play again today as the UNBC soccer teams conclude their season at Masich Place Stadium (noon kickoff for the women and 2:15 for the men).

The UNBC men have one win, five losses, and five ties after 11 games while the UNBC women have one win, eight losses, and two ties.

The women’s standings are right here while the men’s standings are right here.

 

MLB: (6th game in the best-of-7 National League Championship Series)

Atlanta  4  LA Dodgers  2

The Braves won the NLCS 4-2 to advance to the World Series for the first time since 1999. Atlanta will visit the Houston Astros in the first two games on Tuesday and Wednesday.

The Astros also took the American League Championship Series in six games, skunking the Boston Red Sox 5-0 on Friday.

The MLB playoff schedule is right here.

 

CFL: (Week 12)

Winnipeg  45  B.C. Lions  0  (Saturday)

The 10-1 Blue Bombers clinched first place.

The 4-6 Lions, who have lost four in a row, play their next game Saturday afternoon (1:00 PT) against the Argos in Toronto.

B.C. has been outscored 114-19 in its last three games.

Saskatchewan  20  Calgary  17  (Saturday)
Hamilton  32  Ottawa  3  (Saturday)

Montreal  37  Toronto  16  (Friday)

Week 13 of the CFL season begins Friday with Calgary at Ottawa (4:00 PT) followed by Hamilton at Edmonton (6:45).

Standings:

West: Winnipeg 10-1, Saskatchewan 6-4, Calgary  5-6, B.C. 4-6, and Edmonton 2-7
East:  Montreal and Toronto 6-4, Hamilton 5-5, and Ottawa 2-9.

The CFL schedule is right here.

 

NFL: (Week 7)

There are 11 Sunday games in the NFL including Cincinnati at Baltimore, Kansas City at Tennessee, and Indianapolis at San Francisco.

The Seattle Seahawks host New Orleans Monday night.

The 6-0 Arizona Cardinals are the only NFL team with a perfect record.

Five teams are 5-1: Baltimore, Dallas, Green Bay, LA Rams, and Tampa Bay.

The 0-6 Detroit Lions are the only winless team.

The NFL standings are right here.

The NFL regular season schedule is right here.

NFL odds are right here.

 

NBA:

Dallas  103  Toronto  95

The (1-2) Raptors host Chicago Monday night (4:30 PT).

The Raptors’ schedule is right here.

The NBA standings are right here.

 

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