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Hartley’s Sports Shorts; Monday, Nov. 6th

Sports by Hartley Monday, November 6th as of 12:05 a.m.


Prince George Cougars  5  Prince Albert Raiders  0  (Saturday)

Rookie Josh Ravensbergen, who turns 17 this month, made 38 saves for his 3rd shutout in just his 5th career WHL start.

Another rookie, 17-year-old Terik Parascak, scored his league-high 18th goal of the season in just 17 games.

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The box score and game highlights are here.

The 12-5 Cougars, who went 3-2 on an East Division road trip, host the (6-7-0-2) Red Deer Rebels Friday night at 7:00.

The Rebels visit Victoria on Tuesday and Vancouver on Wednesday before heading to PG.

Prince George tops the standings in the B.C. Division, the Western Conference and the entire WHL.

Saskatoon Blades  5  Prince George Cougars  3  (Friday)

The box score and game highlights are here.

The WHL standings are here.

The PG Cougars regular-season schedule is here.

The WHL leading scorers can be found here.


Hart Attack column:



Salmon Arm Silverbacks  4  PG Spruce Kings  2  (Saturday)

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The game summary is here.

Vernon Vipers  8  PG Spruce Kings  0  (Friday)

The game summary is here.

The (3-7-3) Spruce Kings host the (9-4-2) West Kelowna Warriors on Friday night at 7:00 and Saturday night at 6:00.

Prince George is 7th out of 8 teams in the Interior Division while West Kelowna is 3rd.

The Spruce Kings’ regular-season schedule and results are here.

The BCHL standings are here.


NHL: (2 Sunday games)

Anaheim  4  Vegas  2
It was the first loss in regulation time for the 11-1-1 Golden Knights.

New Jersey  4  Chicago  2
Devils high-scoring forward Jack Hughes is “week-to-week” with an upper-body injury. Hughes has 20 points, including a league-high 15 assists in just 10 games.

The (8-2-1) Vancouver Canucks, coming off of Saturday’s 2-0 victory over Dallas, host the (2-7-1) Edmonton Oilers tonight (Monday) at 7:00. The Canucks are an NHL-best plus 26 in goal differential having scored 48 while allowing just 22 in 11 games.

The NHL regular season schedule and results are here.

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The Vancouver Canucks regular season schedule and results are here.

The NHL standings are here.


Canada West basketball:

(Start of the regular season at the Northern Sport Centre)


Fraser Valley Cascades  90  UNBC Timberwolves  88  (Saturday)
UNBC Timberwolves  77  Fraser Valley Cascades  69  (Friday)


Fraser Valley Cascades  92  UNBC Timberwolves  60  (Saturday)
Fraser Valley Cascades  96  UNBC Timberwolves  54  (Friday)

The UNBC basketball teams will be off on the long weekend.

The Timberwolves return to action when they host MacEwan on Nov. 17th and 18th.

The Canada West women’s basketball schedule and results are here.

The Canada West women’s basketball standings are here.

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The Canada West men’s basketball schedule and results are here.

The Canada West men’s basketball standings are here.



Toronto Raptors  123  San Antonio Spurs  116  (OT)

The (3-4) Raptors visit the Dallas Mavericks Wednesday night (5:30 PT) on the third stop of a 4-game road trip that concludes Saturday in Boston.

The Raptors’ schedule and results are here.

The NBA schedule is here.

The NBA standings are here.


High School Football: (PG Bowl Friday at Masich Place Stadium)

Nechako Valley Vikings  26  College Heights Cougars  0

College Heights will host South Kamloops on Saturday in a provincial playoff game.

(3rd place game)

PGSS  54  Shas Ti Kelly Road  0

PGSS will visit Westsyde in Kamloops on the long weekend with the winner advancing to the provincial quarterfinals against Nechako Valley.


NFL: (Week 9)

(Sunday Night game)

Cincinnati  24  Buffalo  18

It was the 4th straight win for the (5-3) Bengals. The Bills dropped to 5-4.

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Week 9 of the NFL season concludes with the Monday Night game of the LA Chargers at the New York Jets (5:15 PT).

The Chargers are 3-4 while the Jets are 4-3.

The NFL schedule/results are here.

The NFL standings are here.



The CFL is down to its Final Four.

The division finals will be played on Saturday starting with Montreal at Toronto in the East (noon PT) followed by B.C. at Winnipeg in the West (3:30).

The winners meet in the 110th Grey Cup game on Sunday, November 19th (just after 3:00 PT) in Hamilton.

The Alouettes advanced by knocking out Hamilton 27-12 and the Lions advanced following a 41-30 victory over Calgary.

The CFL schedule/results are here or here.

The playoff schedule is here.

The CFL standings are here.


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