Sports by Hartley Miller as of 12:05 a.m. Sunday, November 14th

WHL: 

Kelowna Rockets  3  Prince George Cougars  0    (Saturday)

The Rockets scored a pair of goals in the second period and added one into an empty net in the dying seconds of the game.

The Cougars went 0-for-5 on their power-play before 2,554 fans on Mega Jackpot night at CN Centre and are now 2 for its last 42 with the man advantage.

The (6-9) Cougars are 1-3 on a six-game homestand that continues Friday against the (3-7-2) Tri-City Americans.

Kelowna Rockets  5  Prince George Cougars  2  (Friday)

The Rockets led 3-0 by the 15:02 mark of the first period before 1,829 fans at CN Centre.

The PG Cougars regular season schedule is right here.

The WHL standings are right here. 

 

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BCHL:

Coquitlam Express  3  Prince George Spruce Kings  1  (Saturday)

Prince George Spruce Kings  3  Vernon Vipers  2  (SO Friday)

The (9-6) Spruce Kings play their next two games on the road: Friday at Surrey and Saturday at Merritt.

The Spruce Kings regular season schedule is right here.

The BCHL standings are right here.

 

NHL: (Calgary and Edmonton the only Canadian teams idle Saturday)

Vegas  7  Vancouver  4

The (5-8-2) Canucks visit Anaheim tonight at 5:00 to conclude a 3-game road trip.

The Canucks schedule is right here.

The NHL schedule is right here.

The NHL standings are right here.

 


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

Northern Capitals  3  Greater Vancouver Comets  1

The same teams meet again this afternoon at 12:15 in Richmond.

The (10-5-0-1) Capitals are in 1st place in the 5-team league by three points over the (9-0) Fraser Valley Rush, however, Fraser Valley has seven games in hand.

The Northern Capitals schedule is right here.

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

The Cariboo Cougars schedule is right here.

 

CFL: (Week 15)

Saskatchewan  29  Edmonton  24  (Saturday)

Montreal  28  Winnipeg  14  (Saturday)

 

Calgary 33  B.C. Lions  23  (Friday)

The (4-9) Lions have lost seven straight and have been eliminated from playoff contention. B.C will close out its season with a home game against Edmonton on Friday.

Toronto  31  Hamilton  12  (Friday)

The (9-4) Argos have clinched the top spot in the East.

The CFL schedule is right here.

The 16th and final week of the CFL season will begin Tuesday night (4:30 PT) with Edmonton at Toronto in a make-up game.

Standings:

West: Winnipeg 11-2, Saskatchewan 9-4, Calgary  7-6, B.C. 4-9, and Edmonton 2-10.
East:  Toronto 9-4, Hamilton  7-6 and Montreal 7-6, and Ottawa 2-11.

 

NFL:

There are a dozen Sunday NFL games including Seattle at Green Bay (1:25 PT) and Kansas City at Las Vegas (5:15 PM).

Week 10 of the NFL season concludes Monday with LA Rams at San Francisco.

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

The NFL standings are right here.

The NFL regular season schedule is right here.

NFL odds are right here.

 

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Soccer:

 

NBA:

Detroit Pistons  127  Toronto  Raptors  121

The (7-7) Raptors begin a 6-game road trip Monday night at 7:00 (PT) against the Trail Blazers in Portland.

The Raptors’ schedule is right here.

The NBA standings are right here.

 

Canada West basketball:

The UNBC Timberwolves are off in Canada West basketball until Nov 26th and 27th when they host the UBC Thunderbirds.

The UNBC women are 3-1 on the season while the men are 2-2.

The UNBC women’s basketball schedule is right here while UNC men’s basketball schedule is right here.