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Thursday, November 20, 2014

THURSDAY'S SCHEDULE 

FOOTBALL:
NFL:
    Kansas City at Oakland
         
HOCKEY:
NHL  
     Anaheim at Vancouver
     Chicago at Calgary
     Tampa Bay at Toronto
     St. Louis at Montreal
     Nashville at Ottawa
     Detroit at Winnipeg 
     Minnesota at Philadelphia
     Arizona at Dallas
     Washington at Colorado
     Carolina at Los Angeles
     Florida at San Jose

NBA 
     L.A. Clippers at Miami
     Chicago at Sacramento

WEDNESDAY'S SCOREBOARD
         
HOCKEY:
NHL 
     N.Y. Rangers 2 Philadelphia 0
     Vancouver 5 Edmonton 4
 
WHL:
     Kamloops 4 Portland 1
     Prince George 6 Vancouver 1
     Kelowna 5 Victoria 3
     Edmonton 3 Moose Jaw 2 (OT)
     Swift Current 5 Brandon 0
     Medicine Hat 7 Kootenay 3        
      
BCHL
     Penticton 4 Langley 1
     Victoria 5 Nanaimo 4
     Chilliwack 5 Prince George 1
        
NBA 
     Toronto 96 Memphis 92
     Boston 101 Philadelphia 90
     San Antonio 92 Cleveland 90
     Phoenix 88 Detroit 86
     Milwaukee 122 Brooklyn 118 (3OT)
     New York 115 Minnesota 99
     Denver 107 Oklahoma City 100
     L.A. Lakers 98 Houston 92
     Dallas 105 Washington 102
     L.A. Clippers 114 Orlando 90
     Indiana 88 Charlotte 86     

THE HEADLINES:

--  Kamloops Blazers snapped their 7 game slide by beating Portland 4--1 at the I-S-C last night.  Cole Ully scored once and, set up Mike Winther for  the game winner on the power play, 16 seconds injto the second period.  Connor Ingram stopped 41 shots in the win.  Next up, a home game tomorrow night against Prince George.  The Cougars got two goals from Chase Witala in a 6-1 win against Vancouver.

-- The nationally #1 ranked Kelowna Rockets were in Victoria, beating the Royals 5-3 behind a pair of goals by Jessie Lees.  Joe Hicketts scored his 6th of the season and, set up the other two Victoria goals in the loss. The Kamloops product leads all WHL defencemen in scoring with 32 points in 23 games.

-- Victoria and, Calgary swung a major trade.  The Royals sent hulking defenceman, Keegan Kanzig and, a 2nd round bantam pick to the Hitmen, to acquire forward Greg Chase along with 5th and, 8th round draft choices. Both players are signed with  NHL teams, Chase with Edmonton, and, Kanzig with with Calgary Flames, the Hitmen's parent organization.

-- Vancouver Canucks  got the game winner from Yanick Weber to beat the Oilers 5-4 in Edmonton in one of two NHL games. The top line of Radim Vrbata, Daniel and, Henrik Sedin combined for 2 goals and, 7 points.  The Canucks return home to play Anaheim tonite as Ryan Kesler makes his first appearance in Vancouver since the summer trade to the Ducks for Nick Bonino. Broadcast time is 6pm on Radio NL

-- Rick Nash rifled his 13th goal of the season, in the Rangers 2-0 win against Philadelphia. Cam Talbot made 31 saves for the shutout

-- Columbus defenceman Jack Johnson has filed for bankruptcy as a result of mismanagement of his affairs by his parents, who had taken over financial control of his money from player agent Pat Brisson.  Johnson lists his assets of $50,000, with debts of closde to 15 million.  He is estranged from his parents and, has a new financial team handling his affairs.

-- Toronto Raptors beat Memphis 96--92  in a showdown of conference leaders in the NBA.  Raptors are 9 & 2. The Grizzlies are 10 & 2.   Boston kept Philadelphia winless in 11 games with a 101--90 victory.  Kelly Olynyk had 9 points and, 3 defensive rebounds for the Celtics.    San Antonio beat Cleveland 92--90, holding Lebron James to 15 points, and, forcing him into a key turnover with two seconds to go.  

-- TRU WolfPack basketball teams have designs of taking over first place in their Canada West divisions this weekend at the T-C-C.  The 3 & 1 squads host the 4 & 0 Fraser Valley Cascades in games tomorrow and, Saturday.

-- WolfPack volleyball teams will be in Winnipeg  to face the Manitoba Bisons.  The men are 4 & 8 heading into the weekend against the 6 & 6 Bisons who hold down the last playoff spot.  The TRU women are 6 & 6, and, face a Manitoba team sitting at 7 & 3,   behind first place Alberta at 9 & 3.

-- Sahali Sabres had to settle for second best, as the BC High School senior boys soccer  championship ended in Burnaby.  They lost 1-0 to St. Mikes of Victoria, giving up the only goal in the first half of the final.  St. Mikes went
5 & 0 while, Sahali finished at 4 & 1.

-- Police in Little Rock, Arkansas have formally charged I-B-F middleweight champion, Jermain Taylor with first degree battery and, terroristic threatening in the shooting of his cousin. Taylor's  attorneys are challenging the   legality of his arrest and are asking that evidence collected from the arrest be barred from use in court.

 

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