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Radio N.L.'s Sports Zone
Friday, Oct 24, 2014
WORLD SERIES (Best of 7)
Kansas City at San Francisco (Game 3)
Saskatchewan at Calgary
Montreal at Ottawa
Vernon Panthers vs Westsyde (5pm @ Hillside Stadium)
Fulton Maroons vs Valleyview (7pm @ Hillside Stadium)
South Kamloops @ Salmon Arm
Houston at Chicago
Vancouver at Colorado
Carolina at Edmonton
Tampa Bay at Winnipeg
Columbus at Anaheim
Dallas at New Jersey
Brandon at Kamloops (6:30pm Pre-Game Radio NL)
Vancouver at Victoria
Prince George at Red Deer
Tri-City at Everett
Spokane at Seattle
Portland at Prince Albert
Calgary at Kootenay
Regina at Swift Current
Lethbridge at Saskatoon
Moose Jaw at Medicine Hat
Merritt at Vernon
Trail at Salmon Arm
West Kelowna at Nanaimo
Powell River at Chilliwack
Cowichan Valley at Alberni Valley
Coquitlam at Surrey
Spokane at Chase (7pm)
Kamloops at Osoyoos
NBA EXHIBITION: (Last night of the Pre-Season)
New York at Toronto
Portland at L.A. Clippers
Dallas at Orlando
Minnesota at Chicago
Miami at Memphis, 8 p.m.
San Antonio at Houston
Phoenix at Utah
Sacramento at L.A. Lakers
Denver at Golden State
UNIVERSITY MEN'S EXHIBITION (In Kelowna)
Laurention U. Voyageurs vs TRU WolfPack
CANADA WEST VOLLEYBALL
UBC Thunderbirds @ TRU WolfPack (M & W)
Denver 35 San Diego 21
Vancouver 4 St. Louis 1
Calgary 5 Carolina 0
Los Angeles 2 Buffalo 0
Columbus 5 San Jose 4
Nashville 3 Chicago 2
Minnesota 2 Arizona 0
N.Y. Islanders 3 Boston 2
Detroit 4 Pittsburgh 3 (OT)
Penticton 3 Prince George 2 (OT)
Indiana 88 Charlotte 79
Detroit 109 Philadelphia 103
New Orleans 88 Dallas 85
-- The scene shifts to San Francisco tonite for game three of the World Series. Tim Hudson will start for the Giants against Kansas City's Jeremy Guthrie with the best of 7 tied at a game apeice.
-- Kamloops speedskater Josie Spence turned in a second place showing in the women's 1,500 metres at the Canadian Long Track World Cup trials in Calgary. Spence was 2.5 seconds behind the winner, Kali Christ of Regina.
-- Vancouver Canucks wind up their three game road trip in Colorado tonight with Eddie Lack starting in goal, after Ryan Miller stopped 31 of 32 shots in their 4-1 win in St. Louis last night. Canucks got three unanswered goals in the third period for the win.
-- Sean Monahan scored his first two goals of the season and Jonas Hiller stopped 16 shots as Calgary blanked Carolina 5-0. The Hurricanes are winless in six games this season.
-- The Kamloops Blazers take on the east division leading Brandon Wheatkings in the WHL tonite. Brandon, at 9--2 & 1, is the highest scoring team in the league with 66 goals. The matchup will feature the two leading WHL scorers as Cole Ully has 22 points to lead the way, while, Rihards Bukarts of the Wheaties has 20.
-- Merritt Centennials kickoff a two game weekend in the BCHL tonite with a road game in Vernon, before facing Powell River at home tomorrow night.
-- Chase Heat and, the Kamloops Storm see action in the KIJHL, with the Heat hosting Spokane, and, the Storm on the road to take on Osoyoos.
-- The TRU WolfPack volleyball teams stage their home openers in Canada West tonite at the Tournament Capital Centre when they take on the UBC Thunderbirds. Tonite's action begins at 6 for rthe women, and, 7:45 for the men.
-- There is high school football at Hillside Stadium, with Westsyde host the Vernon Panthers at 5pm, and, Valleyview meeting the Fulton Maroons at 7. The South Kamloops Titans are on the road, in Salmon Arm.
-- The CFL week begins with a pair of games. Saskatchewan will try to snap a four game losing streak, as the Riders visit Calgary. Montreal is at Ottawa in the other game with the Als in position to get back to 500, with a win. Their 7 & 8 mark is tied with Hamilton for first in the east.
-- Peyton Manning threw three touchdown passes to Emmanuel Sanders as Denver won for the 6th time in 7 games in the NFL, 35-21 over San Diego. The Broncos who were playing their second game in five days.
-- The NBA exhibition season winds up tonite with the Toronto Raptors playing the NY Knicks in Montreal. The Raptors are 6 & 1 in the pre-season.
-- Steve Nash's season is over before it starts. The 40 year old point guard is out for the season with a back injury, suffered earlier this week while carrying his luggage. The 18 year veteran may be forced to retire. He's in the final year of his contract with the L.A. Lakers.
-- Merritt's Roger Sloan fired an even par 70 in the first round of his first PGA tournament of the season, at the McGladrey Classic in Georgia. Adam Hadwin also had a 70, and, Nick Taylor fired a 73. There is a three way tie atop the leaderboard between Michael Thompson, Will McKenzie and, Eric Compton at 5 under 65 heading into round two.