Hartley's Sports ShortsSports Hartley’s Sport Shorts; Friday, November 26th SHARE ON: Hartley Miller, staff Friday, Nov. 26th, 2021 Sports by Hartley Miller as of 12:05 a.m. Friday, November 26th BCHL: The (9-6) Prince George Spruce Kings are in Vernon and will face the (4-7-3-2) Vipers tonight. The next home game for the Spruce Kings will go on Wednesday against the Penticton Vees. # The BCHL has announced its 2022 Road Show will be held in Burns Lake as a partnership with the Lake Babine Nation, who will co-host the event. The Spruce Kings will play a pair of regular-season games against the Salmon Arm Silverbacks on the weekend of Feb. 25 to 27. WE’RE GOING BACK TO THE @BCHockeyLeague ROAD SHOW! We are thrilled to be apart of the 2022 BCHL Road Show in Burns Lake, BC from Feb 25-27 when we take on the @SASilverbacks! FULL DETAILS📝 –> https://t.co/MEKkznJTvH#TrueBlue • #Spruce50 pic.twitter.com/ufFJabcSTs — Prince George Spruce Kings (@SpruceKings) November 25, 2021 The Spruce Kings regular season schedule is right here. The BCHL standings are right here. WHL: The (7-10) Prince George Cougars visit the (8-5-0-2) Kelowna Rockets on Saturday as the Cats begin a string of six straight games on the road. 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 blueliners @KeatonDowhaniu2 and @EthanSamson77 in this week’s episode of the podcast | https://t.co/rgAfmrOhSj #cityofpg #PrinceGeorgeBC #northernbc #sports #NorthernUprising pic.twitter.com/zcZ2Fl1QM4 — My Prince George Now (@mypgnow) November 26, 2021 BC Elite Hockey League: (Cariboo Cougars U18 AAA) The U-18 Cariboo Cougars visit the (5-9-1-1) Thompson Blazers Saturday at 2:45 p.m. and Sunday at 12:30 p.m. in Kamloops. The (5-7-1-1) Cougars are in 8th place in the 10-team league. The Cariboo Cougars schedule is right here. Columns: HART ATTACK: @Hartley_Miller talks about the struggles surrounding the @Canucks in his latest column | #cityofpg https://t.co/eHxfIwvwVH #PrinceGeorge #northernbc #sports pic.twitter.com/euKBzsnxsZ — My Prince George Now (@mypgnow) November 26, 2021 Clouston headed for WHL’s Top 10 . . . Carrier lit it up, but nothing near record . . . Coaching change in Russia https://t.co/uXudpsGYq5 — Gregg Drinnan (@gdrinnan) November 26, 2021 NHL: (0 Thursday games) The Vancouver Canucks continue a 5-game road trip tonight (4:00 PT) against the (11-6) Blue Jackets in Columbus. It is one of 13 Friday games in the NHL with Calgary and Edmonton the only Canadian teams idle. The (6-12-2) Canucks have lost seven of their last eight games. The Canucks schedule is right here. The NHL schedule is right here. The NHL standings are right here. Canada West basketball: The UNBC Timberwolves host the UBC Thunderbirds in Canada West basketball tonight at 6 and 8 plus Saturday night at 5:00 and 7:00. The UNBC women are 3-1 on the season while the men are 2-2. UBC is 2-4 in the women’s division and 6-0 in the men’s division. The UNBC women’s basketball schedule is right here while UNC men’s basketball schedule is right here. The Canada West women’s standings are right here and the men’s standings are right here. NBA: The (9-10) Toronto Raptors are 2-3 on a 6-game road trip that will conclude tonight (5:00 PT) in Indiana against the (8-12) Pacers. The Raptors’ schedule is right here. The NBA standings are right here. NFL: (3 Thursday games, all won by the road team) Buffalo 31 New Orleans 6 Las Vegas 36 Dallas 33 (OT) Chicago 16 Detroit 14 11 NFL games will be played Sunday including Tennessee at New England, Tampa Bay at Indianapolis, LA Rams at Green Bay, Minnesota at San Francisco, and Cleveland at Baltimore. The NFL standings are right here. The NFL regular season schedule is right here. NFL odds are right here. CFL: The CFL playoffs begin Sunday with the division semifinals. In the East, Montreal is at Hamilton (10:00 a.m.) and in the West, Calgary plays at Saskatchewan (1:30 p.m.). Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback Zach Collaros and Montreal Alouettes running back William Stanback are the finalists for the CFL’s Most Outstanding Player Award.https://t.co/CGrs8gcimZ — Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) November 25, 2021 The CFL schedule is right here. Final Standings: West: Winnipeg 11-3, Saskatchewan 9-5, Calgary 8-6, B.C. 5-9, and Edmonton 3-11. East: Toronto 9-5, Hamilton 8-6, Montreal 7-7, and Ottawa 3-11.