Sports by Hartley Miller as of 12:05 a.m. Monday, November 8th

NHL: (Vancouver the only Canadian team in action Sunday)

Vancouver  6  Dallas  3

J.T. Miller scored twice for the (5-6-1) Canucks who are 2-4 on a 7-game homestand that concludes Tuesday night against Anaheim.

The Canucks schedule is right here.

The NHL schedule is right here.

The NHL standings are right here.

 

WHL: 

The Prince George Cougars lost both of their weekend games on the road.

The Cougars fell 3-1 to the Vancouver Giants (Friday) and 4-1 to the Kelowna Rockets (Saturday).

Kelowna Rockets  4  Prince George Cougars  1  (Saturday)

The boxscore is right here.

Vancouver Giants  3  Prince George Cougars  1  (Friday)

The (5-6) Cougars host the Vancouver Giants on Tuesday and Wednesday.

The PG Cougars regular season schedule is right here.

The WHL standings are right here. 

 

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BCHL:

The Prince George Spruce Kings split their home doubleheader against the Trail Smoke Eaters.

The Spruce Kings won the Friday game 5-3 before the Smoke Eaters came back to score a 3-2 victory on Saturday.

Trail Smoke Eaters  3  Prince George Spruce Kings  2  (Saturday)

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.

The (8-4) Spruce Kings play their next two games against the (3-4-3-1) Vipers: Wednesday in Vernon and Friday in Prince George.

The Spruce Kings regular season schedule is right here.

The BCHL standings are right here.


BC Elite Hockey Leag
ue: (Cariboo Cougars U18 AAA & Northern Capitals Female U18 AAA)

Greater Vancouver Canadians  3  Cariboo Cougars  0  (Sunday in Richmond)
Greater Vancouver Canadians  4  Cariboo Cougars  0  (Saturday in Richmond)

The (5-7-1-1) U-18 Cariboo Cougars have dropped to 8th place in the 10-team league. Cariboo is idle until the Nov 20th-21st weekend when they host the (10-2-1-1) Vancouver NE Chiefs in a doubleheader at Kin 1.

The Cariboo Cougars schedule is right here.

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Northern Capitals  5  Vancouver Island Seals  2  (Sunday)
Vancouver Island Seals  2  Northern Capitals  0  (Saturday)
Northern Capitals  3  Vancouver Island Seals  2  (Friday)

The Capitals were missing Keagan Goulet, Brooklyn Hutchings, and Hailey Armstrong, all of whom helped B.C. claim gold at the Western Regional Women’s Under-18 Championship in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba. In Saturday’s final, Armstrong scored the game-winner in a 3-2 overtime victory against Alberta.

The (9-5-0-1) Capitals are in 1st place in the 5-team league by three points over the (8-0) Fraser Valley Rush, however, Fraser Valley has seven games in hand. The Capitals visit the (0-10) Greater Vancouver Comets Saturday night at 5:15 and Sunday afternoon at 12:15 in Richmond.

The Northern Capitals schedule is right here.

–The U17 Cariboo Cougars skated to lopsided victories (7-1 Saturday and 5-0 Sunday) against the North Island Silvertips on Saturday and Sunday in Richmond. The U17 Cats are 4-5-0-1 and in 7th place.

–The U15 Cariboo Cougars lost 3-0 (Saturday) and 3-1 (Sunday) to the Greater Vancouver Canadians in Richmond to see their record fall to 3-7-0-2.

 

Canada West basketball: (in PG)

Men:

UNBC Timberwolves  69   TRU WolfPack  57  (Saturday)

TRU WolfPack  68  UNBC Timberwolves  57  (Friday)

Women:

UNBC Timberwolves  88  TRU WolfPack  46  (Saturday)

UNBC Timberwolves  68  TRU WolfPack  51  (Friday)

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:

Brooklyn Nets  116  Toronto Raptors  103

The (6-5) Raptors visit the Boston Celtics Wednesday (4:30 PM PT).

The Raptors’ schedule is right here.

The NBA standings are right here.

NFL: (Week 9)

Arizona  31  San Francisco  17

The Cardinals have the best record in the NFL at 8-1 followed by LA Rams, Green Bay, and Tennessee at 7-2 with Baltimore, Tampa Bay, and Dallas at 6-2.

Tennessee  28  LA Rams  16
Kansas City  13  Green Bay  7

Monday Night Football has the (3-5) Chicago Bears at the (4-3) Pittsburgh Steelers.

The NFL standings are right here.

The NFL regular season schedule is right here.

NFL odds 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 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.


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