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Sunday, November 15, 2015



The Toronto Maple Leafs have a three-game winning streak for the first time this season thanks to a stellar outing by James Reimer. Reimer made 43 saves in his seventh consecutive start as the Leafs beat Vancouver 4-2 at Air Canada Centre. James van Riemsdyk, P-A Parenteau, Shawn Matthias and Joffrey Lupul scored for Toronto.


Nathan MacKinnon scored goals 13 seconds apart in a three-goal Colorado first period and the Avalanche jumped on a shaky Mike Condon to defeat the Montreal Canadiens 6-1. Mikhail Grigorenko also scored a goal and set up both of MacKinnon's markers as Avs coach Patrick Roy was victorious in a return to the Bell Centre


Calle Jarnkrok scored twice and Pekka Rinne made 20 saves to lead the Nashville Predators to a 7-0 win over the Winnipeg Jets. Rinne recorded his second shutout of the season and 38th of his career. Earlier, the New York Rangers topped Ottawa 2-1 in a shootout.  On the west coast, the L.A. Kings downed the Edmonton Oilers 4-3 to end the Oilers' road trip at 1-3-0.



The Regina Pats (8-8-1) host the Lethbridge Hurricanes Sunday at 4:00 pm in the Brandt Centre on 620 CKRM.  Regina is 1-1-0 on their current four game homestand.



Michael O'Connor threw two touchdown strikes to Marcus Davis to lead UBC to an upset 34-26 victory over the top-ranked Dinos for the Hardy Cup.

O'Connor was 27 of 40 passing for 374 yards and an interception to go along with his two TD tosses.

Running back Trevor Casey accounted for the other Thunderbirds' touchdown while Quinn van Gylswyk was perfect on four field-goal attempts, including one from 46 yards out.

Calgary quarterback Andrew Buckley completed 31-of-43 passes for 447 yards and a touchdown. Running back Mercer Timmis had 111 yards on the ground and one score.

Blake Nill's Thunderbirds move on to face St. Francis Xavier in the Uteck Bowl next Saturday.



History was made in Regina Saturday night.  Saturday Night Fights 10 was the first-ever professional MMA show in Regina's history.  In the main event before a soldout crowd of 1200 at the Conexus Art Centre, Regina product Miles Anstead returned to his hometown from Edmonton and scored a first round knockout of Yorkton's Aaron Schmyr.

Other winners were Winnipeg's Travis Gervais, Regina's Matt Fedler, Saskatoon's Blair Turnquist, Regina's Adam Wayne and Lethbridge's Tom O'Connor.

Meanwhile in UFC 193 in Melbourne, Australia, Holly Holm pulled off a stunning upset victory over Ronda Rousey, knocking out the women's bantamweight champion in the second round with a powerful kick to the head Sunday.

The fight started at a frenetic pace with Holm landing some powerful shots to the unbeaten Rousey's head, leaving the frustrated champion with a bloodied nose at the end of the first round.

Rousey attempted to dominate the second round, pushing Holm around the ring until the challenger snapped a massive kick to the head that instantly dropped her opponent to the canvas.

Holm dove on the prone Rousey, delivering several blows to her head before the referee intervened. An ecstatic Hold jumped around the ring as Rousey received medical treatment.

(With files from the Canadian Press)


Anonymous said...

Marcel Bellefeuille new GM/Head Coach for Saskatchewan

Anonymous said...

Rod Pedersen new Gainer The Gopher >

Anonymous said...

The mind is a terrible thing to waste, Stay in school and please don't do Drugs!

Anonymous said...

Scott Milanovich new Gm/Head coach for Saskatchewan.

Anonymous said...

Lol, Rods big head will not fit in the gopher suit !!! Lol