Jan 31/23 Bayshore Broadcasting Sports

Jan 31/23 Bayshore Broadcasting Sports

Updated: 1 month, 27 days, 18 hours, 13 minutes, 41 seconds ago




National Basketball Association

Phoenix Suns 114 Toronto Raptors 106

Mikal Bridges scored 29 points to lead Phoenix

Fred VanVleet had 24 points for Toronto who sit 12th in the Eastern Conference

The Raptors 7 game road swing continues with Game 5 of the sequence tomorrow night at Utah



Orlando Magic 119 Philadelphia 76ers 109

Paolo Banchero had 29 points in the upset victory

The 76’ers fall 3 games back of Boston for 1st in the Eastern Conference



Brooklyn Nets 121 Los Angeles Lakers 104

Kyrie Irving had 26 points for Brooklyn who are 4th in the East


Sacramento Kings 118 Minnesota Timberwolves 111 (OT)

De’Aaron Fox had a 32 point game for the Kings

Sacramento is 3rd in the Western Conference 5 & 1/2 games back of 1st place Denver.


Portland Trail Blazers 129 Atlanta Hawks 125
Washington Wizards 127 San Antonio Spurs 106
Dallas Mavericks 111 Detroit Pistons 105
Golden State Warriors 128 Oklahoma City Thunder 120




Miami Heat at Cleveland Cavaliers 7 pm
Los Angeles Lakers at New York Knicks 7:30 pm
Los Angeles Clippers at Chicago Bulls 8 pm
Charlotte Hornets at Milwaukee Bucks 8 pm
New Orleans Pelicans at Denver Nuggets 10 pm



National Hockey League

Winnipeg Jets 4 St. Louis Blues 2

Josh Morrissey and Mark Scheifele each scored twice in the 3rd period for the Jets

Winnipeg erased a 2-0 deficit with 4 goals in the 3rd period

The Blues have lost 5 in a row

Tomorrow, the Leafs host Boston




Ottawa Senators at Montreal Canadiens 7 pm
Los Angeles Kings at Carolina Hurricanes 7 pm
Washington Capitals at Columbus Blue Jackets 7 pm



Horvat Dealt

The Vancouver Canucks traded captain Bo Horvat to the New York Islanders.

In return, the Canucks get Anthony Beauvillier, Aatu Raty and a top-12 protected 1st-round pick in the 2023 Draft.



Hull Passes

Hockey Hall of Famer Bobby Hull died on Monday at the age of 84.

Hull played for the NHL’s Chicago Blackhawks for 15 years before jumping to the Winnipeg Jets of the World Hockey Association in 1972 in a move that ultimately led to higher salaries for hockey players.

In the NHL, Hull scored 610 goals in the NHL, mostly with Chicago, and also added 303 goals during his 7 years with the Winnipeg Jets of the WHA.



Ontario Hockey League Tonight

Sarnia Sting at Kitchener Rangers 7 pm

The Owen Sound Attack are at Flint & Windsor this weekend

You can hear the road games live with Kia of Owen Sound-Terry’s Trailer Service Bearadio on 560 CFOS

Bearadio is brought to you in part by Heat N Eat



Windsor Spitfires 62
London Knights 61
Owen Sound Attack 55
Sarnia Sting 52
Saginaw Spirit 50
Flint Firebirds 47
Guelph Storm 45
Kitchener Rangers 40
Soo Greyhounds 40
Erie Otters 36



Ottawa 67’s 68
North Bay Battalion 66
Barrie Colts 56
Peterborough Petes 51
Miss Steelheads 48
Hamilton Bulldogs 46
Kingston Frontenacs 45
Sudbury Wolves 42
Oshawa Generals 40
Niagara IceDogs 25


Sam Sedley has been named the Attack player of the week

Sedley had a goal & 5 points in 2 Attack victories last week

from attackhockey.com

Owen Sound defensemen Sam Sedley has been named player of the week, after registering a goal and four assists over the Attack’s two game weekend.

As the Owen Sound offence has exploded over the past few games, so too has the St. Mary’s, ON native, being a driving force of the offence from the backend.

Sedley kicked his weekend off, with a goal and assist during Friday night’s Midwest division tilt against the Guelph Storm.

The 19-year old defensemen then continued to contribute offensively Saturday night as the Bears clashed with the Sudbury Wolves in a heated affair. Sedley picked up three assists Saturday night to bring his season total to 34 helpers, just four shy of last season’s career best.

The blue liner assisted on both power play goals by Colby Barlow, one the first of the game and the other the game winner, while also picking up an apple on Ethan Burroughs’ marker early in the second period.

Sedley has enjoyed a nice season offensively this year, having registered five goals to go along with his 34 assists as he continues to display why he is a top offensive defensemen in the league.



Greater Metro Junior Hockey League

Durham Roadrunners 6 Bancroft Rockhounds 2

Thursday, the Temiscaming Titans will be in Meaford to meet the Knights for the Ashley Clock Memorial game.


North Division Standings

Bradford Rattlers 68
Ville-Marie 57
Meaford 41
Temiscaming 36
West Nipissing 26
South Muskoka 24
Bancroft 15



Ontario Junior Hockey League

North York Rangers 3 Cobourg Cougars 3 (2OT)

The Collingwood Blues who lead the NorthWest Conference will be at Lindsay on Friday to meet the Muskies


North/West Conference Standings

xCollingwood 73
xBurlington 61
Georgetown 59
Milton 55
Pickering 51
Aurora 41
Markham 37
Stouffville 37
Oakville 28
Brantford 12




at Thailand

Bianca Andreescu vs Harriet Dart




The National Football League has informed their 32 teams that the salary cap next season will be $224.8 million.

That marks an increase of $16.6 million from the current salary cap.

The league will notify teams of total costs, including player benefits, in March.



Owen Sound Minor Hockey Group

Under 18

Owen Sound Crescent Club Attack 6 Orangeville 1

Highlights: Kaleb Slater netted 3 for the Crescents along with Nate Oniszeczko, Hunter Stewart and Brain Corbett.

Noah Lundgren got the win between the pipes in his return to hockey from injury

Owen Sound Crescent Club Attack 4 Guelph 1

Crescent goals scored by Hunter Stewart 2, Ryan Calhoun, Andrew Pilon



Under 13

Centre Wellington Fusion 6 Owen Sound Harold Sutherland Construction Attack 3

Harold Sutherland goals scored by Gryphon Barber and Ben Warwick (2). Assists by Tysen Gass and Sam Harrow.


Owen Sound Harold Sutherland Construction Attack 6 Oakville Rangers 2

Ben Warwick had a hat trick in the first period.

Sam Harrow had 2 goals and Simon Hornick scored the 6th goal.

Players with assists were: Paddy Shaughnessy-Watkins, Grady Shannon, Sam Harrow, Tysen Gass, Ben Warwick, Keagan McGregor, and Gryphon Barber.

Paul McKenna was in net for the win.


Under 11

Owen Sound Leeder and Associates Attack 6 Oakville 3
Owen Sound Leeder and Associates Attack 5 Halton Hills 1


Under 10

Oakville Rangers 9 Owen Sound Locking Business Furniture Attack 2

Milton Winterhawks 4 Owen Sound Locking Business Furniture Attack 2

Jace Twigger scored both goals for Locking Business Furnishings

Owen Sound Locking Business Furniture Attack 6 Guelph Gryphons 4

Zayne Smith, Kai VanCedar and Jacob Blastorah each scored one goal. Jace Twigger finished the game with a hat trick.




Owen Sound Minor Lacrosse registration is underway for the 2023 season.

Box Lacrosse for both girls and boys ages U5 to U22 plus registration for Field Lacrosse for both girls and boys is also open.

Register online through the Owen Sound Minor Lacrosse website at www.osml.ca

The Owen Sound Minor Hockey Group-Barb Downey Memorial Tournament will climax on Sunday March 19th with 5 Championship games at the Harry Lumley-Bayshore Community Centre.

The U9 Championship Game will begin at 11:45 am that morning, followed by the Championship Games for U11, U13, U15 & U18.


Saturday, May 13, 2023

The 24th bi-annual COLLINGWOOD SPORTS HALL OF FAME INDUCTION CEREMONIES is confirmed to officially welcome its Class of 2022 Inductees at the Collingwood Legion.

For this event, we are honoured to welcome retired NHL Referee Terry Gregson as our featured guest speaker. His officiating career began in the OMHA progressing through to the OHA, WHL, IHL, and CHL culminating in his arrival to the NHL in 1979. Throughout his NHL career, Terry officiated 1400 games plus 158 playoff games across 18 consecutive years that included 8 Stanley Cup finals.

On the International front, Terry officiated professional hockey in Helsinki, Stockholm and Japan.

A proud member of the Guelph Hall of Fame & OHA Honour Roll, Terry is a recipient of the Ron Foxcroft Officiating Excellence Award & NASO Gold Whistle Award for his contribution to the World of
Officiating across all sports in North America.

In his post-ice career, Terry was the Senior Officiating Manager of NHL officials assisting in the development and execution of new managerial programs & succession planning program from 2005-2009 then Senior Vice President and Director of Officiating in charge of the NHL officiating staff from 2009-2013.

The following agenda is planned for the evening.

5:00 p.m. – Cocktails
6:00 p.m. – Parade of Inductees
6:10 p.m. – Master of Ceremonies – John Kirby
– Official Welcome & Introduction of VIP’s, Directors, Hall of Fame Members
6:15 p.m. – Dinner
7:30 p.m. – Guest Speaker – Terry Gregson
8:00 p.m. – Sports Wall of Fame
2017-18 Collingwood Blackhawks Atom AE3 Hockey Team
8:15 p.m. – Sports Hall of Fame – Induction Ceremonies

Harvey Pearen Builder Hockey & Baseball

OMHA Hockey Linesman & Referee 1960’s
Collingwood Minor Hockey Coach 1960-65
1966-70 Coach of Collingwood Legionnaires Midget Rep Hockey Team
OMHA Finalist, Numerous Georgian Bay Championships, Silver Stick Qualifier
Manager of Collingwood Blues (Junior B) Hockey 1973-76
Baseball Umpire 1980-1990’s

Raymond Sheffield Athlete – Hockey

Raised in Collingwood, Raymond’s career began in Minor Hockey and progressed through to 1998-89 Stayner Siskins (Jr. C Champions) , OHA Collingwood Blues
(1989-90) & Creemore Chiefs
First captain of the Newcastle North Stars (2002) in Australian Ice Hockey League
Won 4 National Championships + nine final appearances
Newcastle retired Raymond’s #19 after 13 year career averaging .64 pts/gm & captained more games than any player in the AIHL
Volunteered as Equipment Mgr. for 2007 National Senior Team in the IIHF World Championships (Div. II, Group B) in Seoul, Korea. Silver Medal.
Returned as Assistant Coach for the North Stars (2016) and won his fifth National Championship

Wall of Fame – Team
2017-18 Collingwood Blackhawks PeeWee AE3 Hockey Team
OMHA Champions, Georgian Bay Champions, 2018 Silver Stick Semi Finalists
Full Season Record 43-4-3

9:00 p.m. – Closing Remarks

Induction Ceremony tickets are $45.00 (incl. dinner).

Revenues generated from ticket sales assist in the Hall’s continued operations.

For further Induction ticket sales information, please contact: Jim Malley, Manager at Blue Mountain Golf and Country Club 705-445-3918 ext. 103 jmalley@bmgcc.ca or a Director
Collingwood Sports Hall of Fame

Directors: Marie Stephenson, Jim Malley, Dave Chandler, Dave Labelle, Mary Anne Scudder, Sandy Cunningham, Roger Hannon, Scott MacMurchy, Chris Potts, & Mark Rich

The Owen Sound Subaru Triathlon is set for July 30th at Kelso Beach Park

Registration is now open

The 35th annual Owen Sound Salmon Spectacular is set to run from Friday August 25th to September 3rd, 2023

The derby is conducted by the Sydenham Sportsmen Association