(As of 12:01AM)
LONG WEEKEND WRAP-UP!!!
PRINCE GEORGE COUGARS:
The 2-3-2 Prince George Cougars continue a five-game homestand when they entertain the 1-4-1 Calgary Hitmen tonight.
The Cougars are win-less in their four home games this season, but they have earned at least a point in each of their last four overall games.
WESTERN HOCKEY LEAGUE:
BC DIVISION STANDINGS:
Victoria 6 games = 6-0 (12 points)
Kelowna 6 games = 4-1-0-1 (9 points)
Prince George 7 games = 2-3-2 (6 points)
Vancouver 5 games = 2-3 (4 points)
Kamloops 8 games = 0-8 (0 points)
PRINCE GEORGE SPRUCE KINGS:
The Prince George Spruce Kings have acquired 18-year-old defenseman Luc Salem from the Brooks Bandits of the AJHL in return for future considerations.
The five-foot-nine forward, who is from Los Angeles, had three assists in eight games this season with Brooks.
He notched 24 points in 32 games last season playing for the Anaheim Jr. Ducks U-18 team.
Salem will make his Spruce Kings debut on Wednesday when they host the Merritt Centennials.
MAINLAND DIVISION STANDINGS:
Prince George 11 games = 6-3-1-1 (14 points)
Langley 10 games = 4-2-4 (12 points)
Chilliwack 10 games = 3-5-1-1 (8 points)
Surrey 11 games = 3-6-1-1 (8 points)
Coquitlam 11 games = 2-7-1-1 (6 points)
The Cariboo Cougars are in fifth place in the 11-team BCMML with a record of 3-2-1 following the doubleheader sweep of the Greater Vancouver Canadians.
The Major Midget Cougars host the North Island Silvertips Saturday at 4PM and Sunday at 10AM at Kin 1.
Cariboo Cougars 5 Greater Vancouver Canadians 2 (Sunday)
Cariboo Cougars 4 Greater Vancouver Canadians 2 (Saturday)
Winnipeg Jets 5 Edmonton Oilers 2
(Nikolaj Ehlers three goals and one assist)
Calgary Flames 2 Anaheim Ducks 0
(Mike Smith 43 saves for the shutout)
Toronto Maple Leafs 4 Chicago Blackhawks 3 (Overtime)
(Auston Matthews scored at 3:43 of overtime)
The 1-0 Vancouver Canucks host the 0-0-2 Ottawa Senators tonight.
The UNBC Timberwolves men’s soccer team is 4-5-5 after a pair of 0-0 ties against UBCO.
The UNBC men are in fifth place in the Canada West Pacific Division where the top four teams advance to the playoffs.
They host 4-6-2 Fraser Valley Friday and Saturday at 7PM in their final regular season games.
UNBC Timberwolves 0 UBC Okanagan Heat 0 (Sunday) TIE
UNBC Timberwolves 0 UBC Okanagan Heat 0 (Saturday) TIE
The UNBC women are 2-7-1 following a couple of 1-0 losses to MacEwan.
The Lady Timberwolves are tied with Thompson Rivers for the 6th and final playoff spot in the Pacific Division.
Six of the eight teams advance to the post-season.
The UNBC women visit 3-4-3 Manitoba Friday and 1-7-2 Winnipeg Saturday before closing their regular season at Thompson Rivers Saturday, October 21st and at UBC Okanagan Sunday, October 22nd.
MacEwan Griffins 1 UNBC Timberwolves 0 (Sunday)
MacEwan Griffins 1 UNBC Timberwolves 0 (Saturday)
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL:
(3rd games in the best-of-five NLDS)
Los Angeles Dodgers 3 Arizona Diamondbacks 1
(Dodgers win 3-0 to advance to the National League Championship Series)
Chicago Cubs 2 Washington Nationals 1
(Cubs lead 2-1 with game four today in Chicago)
(4th games in the best-of-five ALDS)
Houston Astros 5 Boston Red Sox 4
(Astros win 3-1)
New York Yankees 7 Cleveland Indians 3
(Series tied 2-2 with the fifth and deciding game Wednesday night in Cleveland)
NFL: (Final game of week 5)
Minnesota Vikings 20 Chicago Bears 17
Vikings are 3-2 while the Bears slip to 1-4.
Edmonton Eskimos 42 Montreal Alouettes 24 (Monday)
The 8-6 Eskimos are tied with Saskatchewan for third place in the West, four points ahead of the 6-8 BC Lions.
The 3-12 Alouettes are eliminated from playoff contention.
Ottawa RedBlacks 30 BC Lions 25 (Saturday)
Saskatchewan Roughriders 27 Toronto Argonauts 24 (Saturday)
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 30 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 13 (Friday)