NHL: (Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final)
Tampa Bay Lightning vs Colorado Avalanche (Saturday).
Jon Cooper of Prince George is the head coach of the Lighting.
“Maybe we were just trying to get a feel for them. It’s got to be the other way around. We’ve got to come out and set the tone. We knew they were going to have a good start. We just weren’t as ready as I think we would’ve liked to be.”#StanleyCup | #TBLvsCOL
— Tampa Bay Lightning (@TBLightning) June 16, 2022
Baltimore Orioles 10 Toronto Blue Jays 2
The (37-26) Blue Jays are back in action at the Rogers Centre tonight when they take on the New York Yankess (47-16).
— Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) June 16, 2022
NBA: (Game 6)
Golden State Warriors 103 Boston Celtics 90
It’s the 4th title in the last eight seasons for the Warriors.
Steph Curry of Golden State had a game-high 34 points.
“What are they gonna say now?”
— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) June 17, 2022
Canadian Adam Hadwin leads the pack after round one at the US Open.
He shot a four-under, 66. Rory McIlroy is in a five-way for second-place, just one shot back.
.@ahadwingolf‘s 4-under 66 on Thursday at The Country Club was his lowest career round in any major championship and earned him the @Lexus Top Performance of Day.#USOpen | #LexusGolf pic.twitter.com/VTr20DFxCS
— U.S. Open (USGA) (@usopengolf) June 17, 2022
Toronto Argonauts 20 Montreal Alouettes 19
— CFL (@CFL) June 17, 2022
Tonight (Friday), the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (1-0) travel to Ottawa to play the Redblacks (0-1).
A Saturday doubleheader sees the Calgary Stampeders (1-0) in Steeltown to play the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (0-1) while the Saskatchewan Roughriders (1-0) take on the winless Edmonton Elks 0-1).
“We need to play our game.”
Coach Dickenson isn’t worried about whether or not Edmonton will come to play— he’s focused on his team getting the job done. pic.twitter.com/FDwCzGTiKZ
— Saskatchewan Roughriders (@sskroughriders) June 17, 2022
The (1-0) B.C. Lions are off this week with their next game on Saturday, June 25th when they host Toronto.
PG Senior Lacrosse:
BHL Bandits 18 Quesnel Crossfire 5