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Hartley’s Sports Shorts; Monday, Feb 12th

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

(All times listed below are PST)

WHL:

Prince George Cougars  9  Victoria Royals  6  (Saturday)

The Cougars exploded for five straight goals in the final period to erase a 5-4 deficit and sweep the doubleheader before 3,034 fans at CN Centre.

The game summary and highlights are here.

Zac Funk notched his 7th hat trick of the season (which is the most in team history) to give him a league-high 49 goals, five shy of the PG Cougars team record of 54 set by Quinn Hancock in the 1997-98 season.

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Terik Parascak tallied in the first period to give him 31 goals, a new record for a PG Cougars rookie.

Hunter Laing and Borya Valis scored twice each for P.G. who outshot Victoria 46-23, including 23-3 in the third period.

Prince George Cougars  4  Victoria Royals  1  (Friday)

The game summary and highlights are here.

The (35-15-0-2) Cougars play their next two games against the last-place Blazers, Friday in Prince George and Saturday in Kamloops.

With 16 regular season games left, P.G. has the 3rd most points in the Western Conference, a point behind the (35-12-2-1) Portland Winterhawks and the (35-17-1-2) Everett Silvertips.

Portland has 18 games remaining and Everett has 13.

The WHL standings are here.

The PG Cougars regular-season schedule is here.

The WHL leading scorers can be found here.

 

BCHL:

Penticton Vees  8  Prince George Spruce Kings  0  (Saturday)

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The Vees outshot the Spruce Kings 44-10, including 15-0 in the 2nd period before 2,918 fans in Penticton.

The game summary is here.

Salmon Arm Silverbacks  5  Prince George Spruce Kings  2  (Friday)

The game summary is here.

The Spruce Kings head to Vancouver Island this week.

Prince George will play at Victoria on Friday, at Cowichan Valley on Saturday and at Alberni Valley on Family Day, Monday, Feb 19th.

With 15 regular season games remaining, the (13-23-3) Spruce Kings are last in the 8-team Interior Division, three points behind the (14-22-3-1) Merritt Centennials.

The BCHL standings are here.

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

 

BC Elite Hockey League:

U18 Cariboo Cougars  2  Okanagan Rockets  1  (Sunday)
U18 Cariboo Cougars  5  Valley West Giants  2  (Saturday)

The U18 Cougars extended their winning streak to six games.

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With two games remaining in their regular season, the (26-6-2) U18 Cougars are in second place, two points behind the (26-4-2-2) Vancouver North East Chiefs and one point ahead of the (26-5-1) Fraser Valley Thunderbirds.

Cariboo will conclude at Fraser Valley on Feb 24th and 25th.

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

The U18 BCEHL schedule and results are here.

The Female U18 schedule and results are here.

 

NHL: (2 Sunday games)

Vancouver  3  Washington  2  (OT)

J.T. Miller scored at 4:55 of overtime for the (35-12-6) Canucks who are in first place by three points in the NHL overall standings.

Vancouver will conclude a 5-game road trip Tuesday (5:30 PM) against the (14-35-3) Blackhawks in Chicago.

St. Louis  7  Montreal  2

There are 4 Monday games in the NHL with one Canadian team in action as Calgary visits the New York Rangers. Other action has Seattle at New Jersey, Arizona at Philadelphia and Minnesota at Vegas.

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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.

 

PG Iceman:

 

NFL: 

(58th Super Bowl in Las Vegas)

Kansas City Chiefs  25  San Francisco 49ers  22  (OT)

It’s the second Super Bowl title in a row for the Chiefs, and the third in the past five years.

Patrick Mahomes was named game MVP in all three of those title wins.

Mahomes threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to Mecole Hardman in overtime to give the Chiefs the come-from-behind victory.

 

Golf:

Canadian Nick Taylor of Abbotsford won the Waste Management Phoenix Open defeating American Charley Hoffman in a playoff.

Taylor is now a 4-time winner on the PGA Tour.

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Canada West basketball:

(Men)

Saskatchewan Huskies  91  UNBC Timberwolves  86  (Saturday)

UNBC Timberwolves  86  Saskatchewan Huskies  75  (Friday)

(Women)

Saskatchewan Huskies  95  UNBC Timberwolves  32  (Saturday)

Saskatchewan Huskies  98  UNBC Timberwolves  42  (Friday)

The UNBC men finished with a 9-11 record and qualified for the playoffs in Winnipeg that will begin on Wednesday, Feb 21st.

The UNBC women missed the playoffs with a 4-16 record.

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 (19-34) Toronto Raptors continue a 5-game homestand tonight (Monday 4:30) against the (10-43) San Antonio Spurs.

The Raptors’ schedule and results are here.

The NBA schedule is here.

The NBA standings are here.

 

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