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Jan 14/22 Bayshore Broadcasting Sports

Written by corres2


 

National Hockey League

Ottawa Senators 4 Calgary Flames 1

Nick Paul scored twice in the 1st period for the Senators

Former Soo Greyhound Matt Murray made 27 saves to post the win.

 

 

Chicago Blackhawks 3 Montreal Canadiens 2 (OT)

Philipp Kurashev scored the game winner in overtime, but only after video review confirmed it was a good goal

Kurashev was hauled down on a breakaway and his momentum took him, and the puck, into the Habs goal

Last night also Andrew Shaw Legacy Night in Chicago

Shaw played one season for the Owen Sound Attack, winning the Robertson Cup with Owen Sound in 2010-11.

 

 

Winnipeg Jets 3 Detroit Red Wings 0

Connor Hellebuyck made 33 saves for his 2nd shutout of the season

 

 

Tampa Bay Lightning 4 Vancouver Canucks 2

 

St. Louis Blues 2 Seattle Kraken 1

The Blues will host the Toronto Maple Leafs tomorrow.

 

Boston Bruins 3 Philadelphia Flyers 2
Columbus Blue Jackets 6 Carolina Hurricanes 0
New York Islanders 3 New Jersey Devils 2
Buffalo Sabres 4 Nashville Predators 1
Los Angeles Kings 6 Pittsburgh Penguins 2
New York Rangers 3 San Jose Sharks 0

 

 

Tonight

Dallas Stars at Florida Panthers 7 pm
Anaheim Ducks at Minnesota Wild 10 pm
Arizona Coyotes at Colorado Avalanche 9 pm
Vegas Golden Knights at Edmonton Oilers (ppd)

 

 

Ontario Hockey League

Flint Firebirds 6 Erie Otters 3

Zack Terry and Coulson Pitre both scored twice for the Firebirds

Luke Cavallin stopped 43 shots for the win as Flint snapped Erie’s 4 game win streak.

 

Sudbury Wolves 3 Peterborough Petes 1

Wolves captain Liam Ross had a goal and an assist in the victory.

Alliston native Jacob Holmes scored in his debut, sealing the win with an empty net marker.

Sudbury snapped an 8 game losing streak and moved to within 1 point of Peterborough for a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.

 

 

Tonight

Sudbury Wolves at Kingston Frontenacs 7 pm
Peterborough Petes at Ottawa 67’s 7 pm
Windsor Spitfires at Sarnia Sting 7:05 pm
Hamilton Bulldogs at Oshawa Generals 7:35 pm
Saginaw Spirit at London Knights (ppd)
Flint Firebirds at Guelph Storm (ppd)
Niagara IceDogs at Mississauga Steelheads (ppd)

 

Saturday & Sunday, the Attack will be at Sault Ste Marie to meet the Greyhounds

You can hear both of those games on 560 CFOS with Terry’s Trailer Service-Kia of Owen Sound Bearadio

Bearadio is brought to you in part by Moore’s Meats.

 

 

The Attack lineup has been hit again, this time by injuries

Cedricson Okitundu who missed Wednesday’s game at Sarnia is expected to return for the weekend

However, there are question marks about the availability of rookies Madden Steen and Colby Barlow who were both unavailable to play against the Sting.

It’s also anticipated that Forwards Kaleb Lawrence & Lorenzo Bonaiuto will be absent for the long term.

 

 

WESTERN CONFERENCE

LDN 28 19 8 1 0 39
SOO 32 18 12 2 0 38
GUE 27 17 8 1 1 36
WSR 29 16 9 2 2 36
FLNT 30 16 12 0 2 34
OS 27 13 11 1 2 29
KIT 29 13 14 1 1 28
SAG 29 13 15 1 0 27
SAR 27 11 13 3 0 25
ER 29 10 17 1 1 22

 

EASTERN CONFERENCE

MISS 31 21 7 1 2 45
HAM 30 17 9 2 2 38
NB 33 18 11 2 2 40
KGN 26 17 6 3 0 37
BAR 25 15 7 3 0 33
OSH 28 14 11 1 2 31
OTT 32 13 17 1 1 28
PBO 29 10 17 2 0 22
SBY 30 9 18 3 0 21
NIAG 27 9 17 0 1 19

 

 

National Basketball Association

Milwaukee Bucks 118 Golden State Warriors 99

Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 30 points, pulled in 12 rebounds and had 11 assists for the Bucks.

 

 

Oklahoma City Thunder 130 Brooklyn Nets 109

Canadian Shai Gilgeous-Alexander had 33 points for the Thunder.

 

Memphis Grizzlies 116 Minnesota Timberwolves 108
New Orleans Pelicans 113 Los Angeles Clippers 89
Denver Nuggets 140 Portland Trail Blazers 108

 

 

Tonight

Toronto Raptors at Detroit Pistons 7 pm
Orlando Magic at Charlotte Hornets 7 pm
Phoenix Suns at Indiana Pacers 7 pm
Boston Celtics at Philadelphia 76ers 7 pm
Golden State Warriors at Chicago Bulls 7:30 pm
Atlanta Hawks at Miami Heat 8 pm
Cleveland Cavaliers at San Antonio Spurs 8:30 pm
Dallas Mavericks at Memphis Grizzlies 10 pm
Houston Rockets at Sacramento Kings 10 pm

 

 

 

PGA Sony Open

at Hawaii

Defending champion Kevin Na has a 1 stroke lead after the opening round

Na shot a 9 under par, 61 in the first round

Corey Conners of Listowel had the low round for Canadian players

Conners is tied for 9th after shooting a 64 which leaves him 3 strokes off the lead going to Round 2

Today Conners will be among the early starters, scheduled to tee off at 12:50 pm ( our time ).

 

The Golf Report is brought to you by the NEW POWERFade Golf Simulator.

With a Licensed Lounge & 2 state-of-the-art golf simulators, there’s fun FORE everyone at PowerFade in Downtown Owen Sound.

 

 

Australian Open Women’s Qualifying

Canada’s Rebecca Marino defeated Kamila Rakhimova 4-6, 6-2 & 7-6(10) in the final round of qualifying Thursday.

Marino joins fellow Canadian Leylah Annie Fernandez in the women’s singles draw for the first tennis major of the year.

 

 

Djokovic Denied…..Again

Novak Djokovic faces deportation again after the Australian government revoked his visa for a second time.

The Australian Immigration Minister used his ministerial discretion to revoke the visa on public interest grounds, just 3 days before the Australian Open is set to begin.

 

 

Duncan-Tippin To Scotties

John Morris and Rachel Homan have selected to represent Canada at the Winter Olympics in Mixed Doubles Curling

Previously, Homan had been selected to be the Ontario rep for the Scotties Tournament of Hearts which begins in 2 weeks at Thunder Bay

With Homan now heading to the Olympics, the Hollie Duncan rink from Woodstock will now get Ontario’s berth to the Scotties.

Julie Tippin of Owen Sound is part of the Duncan rink.

 

 

Culley Canned

The Houston Texans fired coach David Culley.

Houston was 4 & 13 in his first season as head coach.

Culley has 3 years left on his contract and his salary is guaranteed.


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