Sports by Hartley Friday, November 3rd as of 12:05 a.m.
The Prince George Cougars conclude their 5-game East Division road trip this weekend.
The Cougars are 2-1 on the trip and a league-best 11-4 overall.
Prince George will visit the (8-5) Saskatoon Blades tonight (6:00 PT) and the (9-6-0-1) Prince Albert Raiders Saturday night (6:00 PT).
The next home game for the Cougars will go in one week on Friday, November 10th against the (5-7-0-1) Red Deer Rebels.
The WHL standings are here.
The PG Cougars regular-season schedule is here.
The WHL leading scorers can be found here.
Hart Attack column:
— My Prince George Now (@mypgnow) November 3, 2023
Cat Scan podcast:
On the Cat Scan @PGCougars podcast, a former #16 talks about a current #16 & his days with the team in a wide-ranging interview. Aaron Foster discusses his son playing the same physical role he did. Also, he reflects on how nervous he was scoring his 1st goal on a penalty shot. https://t.co/wOcbzzXDxa
— Hartley Miller (@Hartley_Miller) October 31, 2023
The (3-5-3) Prince George Spruce Kings are on the road this weekend.
They visit the (10-4) Vernon Vipers tonight and the (7-5) Salmon Arm Silverbacks on Saturday.
The next home game for the Spruce Kings will be November 10th against the (9-3-1) West Kelowna Warriors.
Prince George is 7th out of 8 teams in the Interior Division.
Vernon is 2nd and Salmon Arm 5th in the Interior.
The Spruce Kings’ regular-season schedule is here.
The BCHL standings are here.
NHL: (12 Thursday games. Calgary was the only Canadian team idle)
Vancouver 10 San Jose 1
The Canucks scored four unanswered goals in each of the first two periods as they upped their record to 7-2-1 after 10 games. The winless Sharks fell to 0-9-1.
Vancouver is an NHL-best plus 24 in goal differential having scored 46 while allowing just 22,
The Canucks host the (7-1-1) Dallas Stars Saturday night at 7:00.
Dallas 4 Edmonton 3
Vegas 5 Winnipeg 2
Arizona 3 Montreal 2
Boston 3 Toronto 2 (SO)
LA 3 Ottawa 2
The @Canucks put up 10 goals on a 12-game Thursday and are one of five teams in the past 30 years with 46+ through their first 10 contests of a season. #NHLStats: https://t.co/4kx7xmvfCX pic.twitter.com/pxMncyUqbI
— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) November 3, 2023
The NHL regular season schedule and results are here.
The Vancouver Canucks regular season schedule and results are here.
The NHL standings are here.
Canada West basketball:
The Canada West Basketball regular season opens this weekend.
The UNBC Timberwolves host the Fraser Valley Cascades tonight (Friday) at 6 (women) and 8 (men) and Saturday night at 5 and 7.
The Canada West women’s basketball schedule is here.
The Canada West men’s basketball schedule is here.
Philadelphia 76ers 114 Toronto Raptors 99
The (2-4) Raptors visit the (3-2) San Antonio Spurs on Sunday afternoon (12:30 PT) on the second stop of a 4-game road trip.
The Raptors’ schedule and results are here.
The NBA schedule is here.
The NBA standings are here.
PG High School Football:
The Prince George High School football championship games kick off tonight at Masich Place Stadium.
Ice Bowl #4 has Shas Ti Kelly Road against PGSS at 4:30 followed by PG Bowl #2 which features College Heights against Nechako Valley at 7:00.
NFL: (Week 9)
Pittsburgh 20 Tennessee 16
The NFL has a dozen games on Sunday including K.C. against Miami in Germany and Seattle at Baltimore.
The NFL schedule/results are here.
The NFL standings are here.
The CFL division semifinals kick off on Saturday with (8-10) Hamilton at (11-7) Montreal in the East (Noon PT) followed by (6-12) Calgary at (12-6) B.C. in the West (3:30).
The Tiger-Cats-Alouettes winner will visit the (16-2) Toronto Argonauts in the East Final (Nov. 11th at noon) while the Stampeders-Lions winner will go to Winnipeg to meet the (14-4) Blue Bombers in the West Final (Nov. 11th at 3:30).
The 110th Grey Cup is set for Hamilton on Sunday, November 19th (with kickoff shortly after 3:00 PT).
The playoff schedule is here.
The CFL standings are here.