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Hartley’s Sports Shorts; Tuesday, July 26th

Sports by Hartley Miller as of 12:05 a.m. Tuesday, July 26th (All times PDT)

(Updated at 1:05 p.m.)


Prince George Cougars forward Riley Heidt has been named to the Canadian Men’s Summer Under-18 Team that will compete at the Hlinka Gretzky Cup, July 31-Aug 6 in Red Deer.

The 17-year-old Heidt is one of 12 WHL players selected.

Team Canada will play Finland in an exhibition game on Friday before opening the tournament Sunday night against Switzerland.

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The PG Cougars goaltender coach, Taylor Dakers, now has more responsibility with the WHL team.

The 35-year-old Dakers, who has been with the team for the last four years, has been named the Cougars Director of Business.

Hockey Canada released a plan Monday to combat the “toxic” culture in its sport.

The plan includes the implementation by the end of September of a centralized tracking and reporting system for abuse complaints.

It said the results will be published annually to “hold Hockey Canada accountable.”

The organization will publish an annual social responsibility report, which will include information on complaints received at both the national team and sub-national levels and a scorecard based on “key performance indicators.”

Hockey Canada said it was in the process of identifying the measures to be included in the scorecard. Hockey Canada also says it will implement enhanced screening for high-performance players — “considering their behavior and track record outside of their time with Hockey Canada and outside of the rink.”

It will mandate that breaching the organization’s code of conduct or refusing to participate in an investigation could result in a lifetime ban.

The Sportsnet NHL signings tracker can be found right here.



The (53-43) Toronto Blue Jays put a 6-game win streak on the line when they host the (51-46) St. Louis Cardinals tonight (Tuesday 4:07) to begin a 6-game homestand.

Toronto is 2nd in the AL East and holding down the first of three wild-card spots.

The Blue Jays schedule is right here.

The MLB standings are right here.





The 4-1 B.C. Lions visit the 4-3 Saskatchewan Roughriders Friday night just after 6:00.

The Lions are tied with the Calgary Stampeders for second in the West, four points behind the 6-0 Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

The Stampeders host the Blue Bombers Saturday (4:00).

Week 8 of the CFL season starts Thursday with (2-4) Montreal at (1-5) Hamilton (4:30).

The CFL schedule and results are right here.

The CFL standings are right here.


BC Football Conference:

The Prince George Kodiaks will have their BC Football Conference home opener on Saturday, August 6th at 7 PM when they entertain the Kamloops Broncos at Masich Place Stadium.

The Kodiaks lost their first-ever league game 31-5 to the Valley Huskers Saturday in Chilliwack.


BC Summer Games:

Cariboo-North East earned 33 medals, including 10 gold, to place sixth out of eight regions at the B.C. Summer Games in Prince George.

North West athletes finished with eight gold and 20 medals.

Vancouver Island-Central Coast led the way with 133 medals, which included 53 gold.

Josiah Wilkinson of P.G. racked up three gold and silver in Boys 16-17-year-olds Triathlon while the Cariboo-North East (Zone 8) girls rugby team captured Bronze.

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