SCHEDULE FOR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30
Saskatoon High School Volleyball League Playoffs:
Girls Division Extra-Series–2 matches at 6 p.m.
Marion Graham at Evan Hardy
Walter Murray at Bethlehem
Boys Division Extra-Series—2 matches at 7:30 p.m.
Marion Graham at Mount Royal
E-D Feehan at Bishop Mahoney
(All winners advance to quarter-finals)
National Basketball Association—8 games, including:
Toronto Raptors vs Philadelphia 76ers—5:30 p.m.
Western Hockey League–3 games:
Kootenay ICE at Swift Current Broncos—7 p.m.
Brandon Wheat Kings at Prince George Cougars—8 p.m.
Seattle Thunderbirds at Spokane Chiefs—8:05 p.m.
(The Saskatoon Blades are off until Thursday when they host Kootenay. Game time is 7 p.m. at SaskTel Centre. The broadcast on 98-COOL starts at 6 p.m. with the Sardinia Family Restaurant pre-game show and the play-by-play at 7. The Blades have 9 wins, 5 losses, 2 extra time losses for 20 points…good for 2nd place in the East Division.
The Prince Albert Raiders are idle until Friday when they host Kootenay. Game time is 7 p.m. at the Art Hauser Centre. The Raiders have 15 wins, 1 loss, 0 extra time losses for 30 points…good for 1st place in the East Division.)
Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League–3 games:
La Ronge Ice Wolves at Battlefords North Stars—7:30 p.m.
Nipawin Hawks at Yorkton Terriers—7:30 p.m.
Melville Millionaires at Notre Dame Hounds—8 p.m.
(The Humboldt Broncos return to action tomorrow when they host La Ronge. Game time is 7:30 p.m. at Elgar Peterson Arena. Humboldt has 11 wins, 5 losses, 2 extra time losses for 24 points…good for 2nd place in the Global Ag Risk Solutions Division.)
Prairie Junior Hockey League:
Pilot Butte Storm at Regina Silver Foxes—8 p.m.
National Hockey League—11 games:
Calgary Flames at Buffalo Sabres—5 p.m.
Dallas Stars at Montreal Canadiens—5:30 p.m.
Minnesota Wild at Edmonton Oilers—7 p.m.
Ottawa Senators at Arizona Coyotes—8 p.m.
New York Islanders at Pittsburgh Penguins—5 p.m.
Boston Bruins at Carolina Hurricanes—5 p.m.
Detroit Red Wings at Columbus Blue Jackets—5 p.m.
New Jersey Devils at Tampa Bay Lightning—5:30 p.m.
Vegas Golden Knights at Nashville Predators—6 p.m.
Philadelphia Flyers at Anaheim Ducks—8 p.m.
New York Rangers at San Jose Sharks–8 p.m.
The Canadian Football League is off until Friday when Week 21 of the season starts with Toronto at Ottawa. The Saskatchewan Roughriders are done with their regular-season. The Green and White finished with 12 wins, 6 losses for 24 points…tied for 1st place in the West Division. Depending on the result of next weekend’s game between the Calgary Stampeders and B-C Lions, the Riders will host, either, the West Division semi-final or the West Division final at Mosaic Stadium in Regina.
The Canada West University Football Conference regular-season is done. The playoffs begin Saturday with the semi-final games, as follows…
Manitoba Bisons at Calgary Dinos—Noon
Saskatchewan Huskies vs U-B-C Thunderbirds at Vancouver—3 p.m.
(CJWW will have the broadcast, beginning at 2 p.m. with play-by-play at 3 p.m. Both teams finished with 5 wins, 3 losses for 10 points, but U-B-C was given second place and home-field for this game by virtue of winning the season series against the Dogs.)
The Canadian Junior Football League Playoffs are idle until Saturday when the national semi-final game is played, as follows…
Hamilton Hurricanes at Langley Rams
(The winner will meet the Prairie Football Conference champion Saskatoon Hilltops in the Canadian Bowl on Saturday, November 17th at Saskatoon Minor Football Field. The broadcast will be on 92-9, THE BULL.)