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Darin’s Sports Shorts; Saturday, January 21st

Sports by Darin, as of 6:00 a.m., Saturday, January 21st:


Red Deer Rebels  8  PG Cougars  5

The Rebels preyed on an undisciplined Cougars team, scoring five powerplay goals in the win.

The Cougars are 2-3-1 on their seven game swing through the prairies, and will face the first-to-worst Edmonton Oil Kings tonight. (Saturday)

The full Cougars schedule can be found here.

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The Cougars (18-20-4-0) remain second in the BC Division behind the Kamloops Blazers (25-9-4-2), and four points behind the Tri-City Americans (20-16-3-1) in fourth in the Western Conference.

The full WHL standings can be found here.


Most of the Prince George Spruce Kings are not in action this weekend as the BCHL hosts their Allstar Weekend in Penticton.

Forward John Herrington and Goaltender Jordan Fairlie are representing the Spruce Kings at the festivities.

The Spruce Kings will return to action next weekend with a triple-header with the Trail Smoke Eaters at the Kopar Memorial Arena.

The full Spruce Kings Schedule can be found here.

At the allstar break the Spruce Kings (18-13-2-1) sit fourth in the BCHL’s Interior Division, five points behind the West Kelowna Warriors. (20-10-4-0)

The full BCHL standings can be found here.

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Canada West Women’s Basketball:

U of Winnipeg Wesmen  72  UNBC Timberwolves  65

Sveta Boykova scored a team-high 18 points for the Timberwolves and pulled down a game-high 16 rebounds.

Alina Shakirova added 17 points and Laura Garmendia Garcia chipped in with 14.

The two teams will play again tonight at 5:00.

Canada West Men’s Basketball:

U of Winnipeg Wesmen  78  UNBC Timberwolves  69

Forward Mikhail Mikhailov led Winnipeg in scoring and rebounding dropping 18 points and picking up 12 rebounds as they improved to 10-3 and stay in the first-place race in Canada West.

The two teams will play again this afternoon at 3:00.



There’s a busy schedule on tap for the NHL, with all Canadian teams in action:

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Tampa Bay Lightning @ Calgary Flames (12:00 p.m.)

Toronto Maple Leafs @ Montreal Canadiens (4:00 p.m.)

Winnipeg Jets @ Ottawa Senators (4:00 p.m.)

Edmonton Oilers @ Vancouver Canucks (7:00 p.m.)

Last night’s scores:





The Toronto Raptors (20-26) will host the Boston Celtics (34-12) this afternoon. (2:00)

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