Hartley's Sports ShortsSports Hartley’s Sports Shorts; Sunday, November 7th SHARE ON: Hartley Miller, staff Sunday, Nov. 7th, 2021 Sports by Hartley Miller as of 12:05 a.m. Sunday, November 7th WHL: Kelowna Rockets 4 Prince George Cougars 1 (Saturday) The boxscore is right here. The particulars from Saturday’s contest with Kelowna. Game Recap. ⤵️ 📸 Steve Dunsmoor — PG Cougars (@PGCougars) November 7, 2021 📽️ SAVE OF THE NIGHT 📽️ How did Taylor Gauthier of the @PGCougars do this?!?@RealCdnSS | #SaveoftheNight pic.twitter.com/q5ssdP3wIo — The WHL (@TheWHL) November 7, 2021 Vancouver Giants 3 Prince George Cougars 1 (Friday) Panthers prospect Justin Sourdif provides the game-winner for @WHLGiants. STATS 📰 | https://t.co/IX24pZO3vB pic.twitter.com/unkP96IRcO — The WHL (@TheWHL) November 6, 2021 The (5-6) Cougars host the Vancouver Giants on Tuesday and Wednesday. Two @PGCougars get the call from @HockeyCanada to compete at Capital City Challenge | https://t.co/VhXf8gPyy4 #cityofpg #sports #HockeyCanada pic.twitter.com/OucwEGRroK — My Prince George Now (@mypgnow) November 5, 2021 The PG Cougars regular season schedule is right here. The WHL standings are right here. Cat Scan podcast: CAT SCAN: @Hartley_Miller chats with @PGCougars bench boss and general manager Mark Lamb on this week’s episode of the podcast | https://t.co/OnYlR7H4YK #CityofPG #sports #NorthernUprising pic.twitter.com/kvA42pw8JA — My Prince George Now (@mypgnow) November 4, 2021 Column: HART ATTACK: @Hartley_Miller‘s talks about the early portion of the hockey season in his latest column | https://t.co/S5QEeZ2rQp #cityofpg #sports pic.twitter.com/mDmRNR8vAO — My Prince George Now (@mypgnow) November 5, 2021 BCHL: Trail Smoke Eaters 3 Prince George Spruce Kings 2 (Saturday) Despite limiting the opposition to just 13 shots, the Prince George Spruce Kings fall 3-2 to the Trail Smoke Eaters tonight at the RMCA. 📸 – Vicki Brown 📝–> https://t.co/tQWeV25yuS#TrueBlue • #Spruce50 pic.twitter.com/nlJ6eJUCk1 — Prince George Spruce Kings (@SpruceKings) November 7, 2021 Prince George Spruce Kings 5 Trail Smoke Eaters 3 (Friday) Rowan Miller snapped a 3-3 tie by scoring his second goal of the game on the power-play with just 2:42 left in the third period before 1,000 fans at the RMCA. Two late power-play markers from Rowan Miller and Nick Rhéaume powered the Spruce Kings to their eighth victory of the season, defeating the Trail Smoke Eaters by a 5-3 score on 1970’s night at the RMCA! 📝–>https://t.co/eryJwH2nJV 📸 – @itsjdphoto #TrueBlue • #Spruce50 pic.twitter.com/0ikfHqhRwL — Prince George Spruce Kings (@SpruceKings) November 6, 2021 The (8-4) Spruce Kings play their next two games against the Vipers: Wednesday in Vernon and Friday in Prince George. The Spruce Kings regular season schedule is right here. The BCHL standings are right here. NHL: (5 Canadian teams in action Saturday) Calgary 6 New York Rangers 0 Toronto 5 Boston 2 New York Islanders 2 Winnipeg 0 Vegas 5 Montreal 2 Tampa Bay 5 Ottawa 3 Five of 12 games Saturday featured a team mounting a third-period comeback en route to victory.#NHLStats: https://t.co/nRsXGZgCRQ pic.twitter.com/iJmiJaPxUE — NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) November 7, 2021 The (4-6-1) Vancouver Canucks are just 1-4 on a 7-game homestand that continues tonight at 7:00 against Dallas and concludes Tuesday against Anaheim. Vancouver is coming off Friday’s 3-2 loss against Nashville. The Canucks are doing a lot of things well, but none of it is enough to offset the devastating effects of the special teams that continue to cost them wins. (@imacSportsnet)https://t.co/sI0kTP3J2Z — Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) November 6, 2021 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) Greater Vancouver Canadians 4 Cariboo Cougars 0 (Saturday) The (5-6-1-1) Cariboo Cougars visit the (9-4) Greater Vancouver Canadians again this afternoon at 1:30 in Richmond. Cariboo is in 7th place in the 10-team league while Greater Vancouver is 3rd. The Cariboo Cougars schedule is right here. # Vancouver Island Seals 2 Northern Capitals 0 (Saturday) Northern Capitals 3 Vancouver Island Seals 2 (Friday) The same teams meet again this morning (Sunday) at Kin 1. The (8-5-0-1) Capitals are in 1st place in the 5-team league by one point over the Fraser Valley Rush, however, (8-0) Fraser Valley has six games in hand. The (6-6) Seals are tied for 3rd. The Northern Capitals schedule is right here. Canada West basketball: (at Northern Sport Centre) Men: UNBC Timberwolves 69 TRU WolfPack 57 (Saturday) VICTORY! A special night, and a special effort by @UNBCBasketball. The TWolves showed great heart, topping the @GoTRUWolfPack on Nats’ilnik Day! READ: https://t.co/1qXZSva8zA pic.twitter.com/Pu56EqIA00 — UNBC Athletics (@UNBCATHLETICS) November 7, 2021 TRU WolfPack 68 UNBC Timberwolves 57 (Friday) RECAP: @UNBCBasketball was shorthanded and undersized, but battled until the final buzzer, eventually falling 68-57 to the @GoTRUWolfPack.https://t.co/5nw5pYwFGv pic.twitter.com/ZY2u4bywRG — UNBC Athletics (@UNBCATHLETICS) November 6, 2021 Women: UNBC Timberwolves 88 TRU WolfPack 46 (Saturday) The @UNBCWomensBball team made Nats’ilnik a day to remember, scoring 51 second-half points and beating the @GoTRUWolfPack 88-46! READ: https://t.co/2yCD4dK7If pic.twitter.com/zYniSVOYgc — UNBC Athletics (@UNBCATHLETICS) November 7, 2021 UNBC Timberwolves 68 TRU WolfPack 51 (Friday) VICTORY! The gritty @GoTRUWolfPack made a game of it, but @shakirova6alina and @UNBCWomensBball pulled away to top the Pack 68-51 in @UNBC‘s home opener!https://t.co/H7dHBRik6I pic.twitter.com/icyalQ8HT1 — UNBC Athletics (@UNBCATHLETICS) November 6, 2021 The UNBC women are 3-1 on the season while the men are 2-2. The Timberwolves are off until Nov 26th and 27th when they host the UBC Thunderbirds. The UNBC women’s basketball schedule is right here while UNC men’s basketball schedule is right here. NBA: The (6-4) Toronto Raptors will host the Brooklyn Nets this afternoon at 12:30. The Raptors had a five-game winning streak end when they lost on Friday to the Cleveland Cavaliers 102-101. The Raptors’ schedule is right here. The NBA standings are right here. CFL: (Week 14) Winnipeg 31 Montreal 21 (Saturday) Toronto 23 Ottawa 20 (Saturday) Hamilton 26 B.C. Lions 18 (Friday) It was the 6th straight loss for the Lions, who have just two games remaining. B.C. will host Calgary Friday night (Nov 12th) at 7:30 before concluding with a home game against Edmonton on November 19th. Saskatchewan 19 Edmonton 17 (Friday) Standings: West: Winnipeg 11-1, Saskatchewan 8-4, Calgary 6-6, B.C. 4-8, and Edmonton 2-9 East: Toronto 8-4, Hamilton 7-5, Montreal 6-6, and Ottawa 2-11. (Week 15) Calgary at B.C. Lions Friday 7:30 PM Hamilton at Toronto Friday 4:30 PM (PT) Winnipeg at Montreal Saturday 10:00 AM Edmonton at Saskatchewan Saturday 1:00 PM The CFL schedule is right here. NFL: (Week 9) There are a dozen Sunday NFL games, including Green Bay at Kansas City, Arizona at San Francisco, and Tennessee at LA Rams. The NFL standings are right here. The NFL regular season schedule is right here. NFL odds are right here.