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Hartley’s Sports Shorts; Monday, June 20th

Sports by Hartley Miller as of 12:05 a.m. Monday, June 20th


The Stanley Cup Final has shifted to Tampa Bay for Game 3 tonight (Monday 5:00 PT).

The Colorado Avalanche enjoy a 2-0 series lead (winning the first two on home ice 4-3 in overtime and 7-0).

The Avs are a perfect 7-0 on the road in the playoffs while Tampa has won its last seven on home ice.

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The NHL playoff schedule/results are right here or right here.

Stanley Cup Final: (All times 5 p.m. PT)

Wednesday, June 15: Tampa Bay at Colorado  (Colorado won 4-3 in OT)
Saturday, June 18: Tampa Bay at Colorado  (Colorado won 7-0)
Monday, June 20: Colorado at Tampa Bay
Wednesday, June 22: Colorado at Tampa Bay
*Friday, June 24: Tampa Bay at Colorado
*Sunday, June 26: Colorado at Tampa Bay
*Tuesday, June 28: Tampa Bay at Colorado

*If necessary


Reports indicate the Dallas Stars have decided to hire Peter DeBoer as their new head coach.

This will be his 5th head coaching job in the NHL.

DeBoer was sacked by the Vegas Golden Knights on May 16th after the team missed the playoffs for the first time.

He has also been the head coach in San Jose, New Jersey, and Florida.

DeBoer replaces Rick Bowness who stepped down after the Stars lost in the first round of the playoffs to the Calgary Flames.


Junior Hockey:

The Memorial Cup opens today (Monday at 3:00 p.m. PT) with the host Saint John Sea Dogs against the OHL-champion Hamilton Bulldogs.

The WHL-champion Edmonton Oil Kings play their opener in the four-team tournament Tuesday against the QMJHL-champion Shawinigan Cataractes.

Dating back seven years, the WHL champions have combined to lose their last 13 games at the Memorial Cup.

The Memorial Cup schedule is right here.



Matt Fitzpatrick of England has his first major title.

The 27-year-old Fitzpatrick won the U.S. Open by one stroke after closing with a 68 for a final score of 6-under-274.

Top Canadian Adam Hadwin tied for 7th, at one-under, five shots off the pace.

The leaderboard is right here.



Toronto Blue Jays  10  New York Yankees  9

The loss ended the Yankees’ 9-game winning streak.

The (38-28) Blue Jays finished 3-4 on a 7-game homestand.

Toronto begins a six-game road trip tonight (5:10 PT) against the White Sox in Chicago.

The Blue Jays schedule is right here.

The MLB standings are right here.


UNBC Timberwolves:



After two weeks of the CFL season, four teams are unbeaten in the West.

Saskatchewan, Winnipeg, and Calgary are all 2-0 with B.C. 1-0.

Edmonton is last at 0-2.

In the East, Toronto is 1-0 while the other three teams, Ottawa, Hamilton, and Montreal are 0-2.

The B.C. Lions return to action Saturday night at 7:00 when they host Toronto.

Week 3 starts Thursday (4:30 PT) with Saskatchewan visiting Montreal.

The CFL schedule and results are right here.

The CFL standings are right here.



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