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Hartley’s Sports Shorts; Tuesday, Nov. 28th

Sports by Hartley Tuesday, Nov. 28th as of 12:05 a.m.

WHL:

Prince George Cougars  3  Everett Silvertips  1

On his 17th birthday, Josh Ravensbergen was named the first star with 28 saves before 2,178 fans at CN Centre.

Another 17-year-old, Terik Parascak, notched his 22nd goal in his 24th game and added two assists.

Riley Heidt extended his points streak to 16 games with three assists.

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The game summary is here.

Cougars sniper Koehn Ziemmer left the game late in the first period with a lower-body injury.

He was taken to hospital for ex-rays.

(UPDATE at 1:30 PM: Ziemmer will be out long-term with an ankle injury)

The (18-6) Cougars host the (16-10-1) Silvertips again tonight (Tuesday) before heading on the road.

Prince George will visit Tri-City on Friday, Spokane on Saturday and Portland on Sunday.

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The PG Cougars traded goalie Madden Mulawka to the Regina Pats for a 7th-round pick in the 2026 WHL Prospects Draft.

The 17-year-old appeared in three games for the Cougars during the 2022-23 season.

Prince George selected Mulawka in the 5th round of the 2021 Prospects Draft.

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The WHL standings are here.

The PG Cougars regular-season schedule is here.

The WHL leading scorers can be found here.

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BCHL:

The (6-11-3) Spruce Kings host the (7-14-1) Langley Rivermen on Wednesday night at 7:00.

The Spruce Kings are last in the 8-team Interior Division, two points behind Cranbrook with two games in hand.

The Rivermen are 7th out of nine in the Coastal Division.

The BCHL standings are here.

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

 

NHL: (6 Monday games with two Canadian teams in action)

Calgary  2  Vegas  1  (OT)
Florida  5  Ottawa  0

Colorado  4  Tampa  1
San Jose  2  Washington  1
Columbus  5  Boston  2
Buffalo  5  New York Rangers  1

The (14-7-1) Vancouver Canucks host the (9-12) Anaheim Ducks tonight (Tuesday) at 7:00.

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Free agent sniper Patrick Kane has decided to sign with the Detroit Red Wings.

The 35-year-old Kane, a 3-time Stanley Cup champion, has been recovering from a hip-resurfacing procedure.

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The Minnesota Wild, riding a 7-game losing streak, fired head coach Dean Evason and replaced him with former Nashville coach John Hynes.

Minnesota has only won five of its first 19 games (5-10-4).

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The NHL regular season schedule and results are here.

The Vancouver Canucks regular season schedule and results are here.

The NHL standings are here.

The NHL scoring leaders are here.

 

BC Elite Hockey League:

The (12-3-1) U18 Cougars host the (12-2) Fraser Valley Thunderbirds Saturday night at 6:30 and Sunday morning at 10:30 at Kin 1.

The U18 Cougars are in second place and the Thunderbirds are third in the 9-team BC Elite Hockey League.

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The BCEHL AAA standings in Male U15, U17 and U18 plus Female U18 are here.

The U18 BCEHL schedule and results are here.

 

NFL: (Final game in Week 12)

Chicago Bears  12  Minnesota Vikings  10

The Bears got a late field goal to improve to 4-8. The Vikings are back to .500 at 6-6.

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After just 11 games on the job, the Carolina Panthers sacked head coach Frank Reich.

The 1-10 Panthers have the worst record in the NFL.

Special teams coordinator Chris Tabor has taken over as interim head coach.

The NFL schedule/results are here.

The NFL standings are here.

 

BC High School Football:

The season ended for the Nechako Valley Vikings after losing 37-8 to the Vernon Panthers in the AA provincial football semifinal that was played Saturday at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver.

 

Canada West basketball:

The UNBC Timberwolves visit the UBC Okanagan Heat on Friday and Saturday in Kelowna in their final Canada West basketball league games until January.

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The UNBC men are 3-3 while the women are 2-4.

UBCO is 2-4 both for the women and men.

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

The Canada West women’s basketball standings are here.

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

The Canada West men’s basketball standings are here.

 

NBA:

The (8-9) Toronto Raptors visit the (8-8) Brooklyn Nets tonight (Tuesday 4:30 PT).

The Raptors’ schedule and results are here.

The NBA schedule is here.

The NBA standings are here.

 

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