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Darin’s Sports Shorts; Sunday, November 20

Sports by Darin Bain, as of 12:05 a.m., Sunday November 20th

WHL:

PG Cougars  5  Victoria Royals  2

The Cougars scored three powerplay goals, going 3/9 on the night.

They currently have the most powerplay goals scored this season (29) and have the second best powerplay percentage (28.7%) behind the Portland Winterhawks. (32.5%)

Cole Dubinsky continued his goal streak with a pair, he’s scored in each game he’s played for the Cougars so far.

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Koehn Ziemmer and Hudson Thornton also added assists to extend their point streaks to 13 games each.

The Cougars (12-9-0-0) still sit atop the WHL’s BC Division Standings, two points ahead of the Kamloops Blazers.

The Cougars will be in action on Wednesday, when the Moose Jaw Warriors come to the CN Centre.

BCHL:

Pentiction Vees  4  PG Spruce Kings  1

The Spruce Kings (12-6-1-1) opened the scoring, but the Vees (20-0-0-0) scored four unanswered, including three on the powerplay to keep their undefeated season alive.

Jake Schneider scored the lone Spruce Kings goal.

The Spruce Kings will return home next weekend (Nov. 25th and 26th) for a double-header with the West Kelowna Warriors.

The two teams are tied at 26 points a piece in the BCHL’s Interior Division standings, with West Kelowna having a game in hand.

Canada West Mens Basketball:

UNBC Timberwolves  88  UFV Cascades  67

Micah Jessie led the TWolves with 19 points, and added five assists and four rebounds.

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UNBC improved to 3-3, and will host the U of C Dinos next weekend.

Canada West Womens Basketball:

UFV Cascades  78  UNBC Timberwolves  45

The TWolves struggled offensively, shooting only 26.2% from the field.

The TWolves are yet to win a game this season.

Grey Cup:

Winnipeg Blue Bombers vs. Toronto Argonauts

This years edition of the Grey Cup is taking place at Mosaic Stadium in Regina.

The Blue Bombers are looking for a three-peat.

NHL:

NFL:

From the Vista National Newswire:

How much snow is too much? How about snow taller than most people?

So it goes at the NFL’s Buffalo Bills stadium, where 77 inches was recorded, the equivalent of 6′ 5″, as tall as the team’s quarterback, Josh Allen.

The snow part of a lengthy snowsquall pushing hard into Buffalo and area off of Lake Erie.

 

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