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  1. June 9: News and Notes The biggest story of the off-season is the unfortunate demise of the Horny Ones. This loss is somewhat blunted by the fact that TWU is joining the CW from the BCIHL and Macewan is coming from the ACAC. But coming a year after they hosted the U-Cup makes me wonder why they never devoted fundraising for the meat and potatoes, instead of the fancy dessert. Links: ➤ Global News: University of Lethbridge committee to explore future of cancelled Pronghorns hockey programs ➤ UofL: Budget constraints spell end for University of Lethbridge hockey programs Speaking of Holy Trinity, their coach is Barret Kropf from Estevan, Saskatchewan. I found a local news story about him. Links: ➤ Estevan Mercury: Former Estevan resident preparing team for big jump The biggest news on a national level is the cancellation of the fall sports (e.g. football) and the announcement that there would be no league play in CW hockey (amongst other sports) until the new year. Earlier, they had announced plans for a 20-game season in hockey (down from 28) and 5 games in football (down form 8). This leaves maybe 10 weeks for a regular season and playoffs, if they want to keep the U-Cup in mid-March. I wouldn't be surprised to see playoffs truncated, perhaps confined to a single weekend conference tournament. That is all conjecture, though. So no Vanier Cup, nor national tournaments of any type, in football, soccer, rugby, or field hockey. I see that UVic's soccer teams are looking at an exhibition season for the new year. This may have applicability for other teams in other sports as well. The Star-Phoenix story points out that we'll be waiting until October 8th for news on the January season, and the door is left open for provincial regulation. IMO, this makes an "unofficial" season for many teams a possibility. Links: ➤ Winnipeg Sun: Canada West cancels fall university sports season, meaning no football or soccer for Bisons and Wesmen ➤ Global News: U Sports cancels 6 national championships due to COVID-19 pandemic ➤ CBC: Vanier Cup among national U Sports championships cancelled because of COVID-19 pandemic ➤ Times-Colonist: UVic’s fall sports cancelled due to COVID-19 ➤ Star-Phoenix: COVID-19: U of S Huskies' fall sports cancelled for 2020 due to pandemic concerns ➤ National Post: Fall university sports cancelled The Bisons had a small group of three grads (Adam Henry, Sean Christensen, and Jonah Wasylak) last year, all of whom found pro jobs in the ECHL before that season was cancelled. Also, first year goaltender Riley Lamb (who shared starting duties with Tyler Brown) also got a job. Henry got a boat-load of awards, including top defenceman in the CW, first team all-star in the CW, and second team all-star in USports. One former Bison not looking to ride the buses in the minors is Stephane Lenoski, who is now a MD. Links: ➤ ECHL Tweet: Christensen and Wasylak to Norfolk ➤ ECHL Tweet: Adam Henry to Fort Wayne ➤ ECHL Transactions: Riley Lamb to Greenville ➤ GoBisons: Adam Henry named a 2019-20 Canada West First Team All-Star ➤ GoBisons: Adam Henry named Canada West Top Defenceman and recipient of Student-Athlete Community Service Award ➤ GoBisons: Adam Henry named a 2019-20 U SPORTS Second Team All-Canadian ➤ WHL: WHL Beyond Hockey: Stephane Lenoski — Sports Medicine Physician Out on the East Coast, coach Trevor Steinburg is leaving the SMUskies after 23 years. He was national coach-of-the-year three times in that era. Links: ➤ Chronicle-Herald: Stienburg steps down as SMU hockey coach after 23 years The Province of Manitoba has pretty much eliminated the Wuhan virus and a local sports summer should get off the ground. FWIW, Manitoba's numbers are: 8 active cases, none of which are in hospital 285 recovered cases 7 deceased That is a below-average flu season! Local Manitoba baseball and softball people have announced that their seasons will be starting soon. Could hockey be far behind? And if minor can be played, why not university hockey? It seems you just need to complete some forms, and away you go! Links: ➤ Portage Online: Baseball and Softball Seasons Will Return This Summer
  2. June 8: Bisons Have Seven LOIs Registered In the strangest off-season ever, it is easy to forget about basic things like recruits, schedules, etc. Well, time to shake the cobwebs and get the 2020-21 season talk going. The Bisons have seven players with registered Letters of Intent (LOI) at the USports desk. [Link] Alec Malo - C – Flin Flon (SJHL) Malo is from Laval, Quebec and started his junior career with the Gatineau Olympiques of the QMJHL in 2017-18. He then played in the QJAAAHL (their Junior A league, which they call AAA) in 2018-19 and in the SJHL with the Flin Flon Bombers in 2019-20. His numbers were 22-66-88 in 54 games. At 6'1" and 181 lbs, he could use some poutine and perogies Manitoba style Links: ➤ Career Stats: Elite Prospects ➤ YouTube: Jan 20th ➤ Media: SJHL Story Chase Hartje - D – Moose Jaw/Winnipeg (WHL) Hartje is another WHL defenceman on the Bison roster, having played in Moose Jaw, Brandon, Kootenay, moving to Winnipeg with the franchise, then back to Moose Jaw. He is originally from Bemidji, Minnesota. At 5'11" and 172 lbs he is smaller than the usual Bison d-man. Links: ➤ Career Stats: Elite Prospects ➤ Media: OSC : The Drive Hayden Ostir - C/RW – Swift Current (WHL) Ostir is a Winnipeg boy coming home after making the rounds in the WHL, covering Spokane, Medicine Hat, and Swift Current over the last four years. His numbers last year were 10-14-24. He is also 6'1" and 194 lbs. He also got a gold medal in the U-17s. Links: ➤ Career Stats: Elite Prospects ➤ Media: SC Broncos : OSC ➤ YouTube: Feb 2nd/17 Liam Hughes - G – Winnipeg Ice (WHL) But for one game in the AJHL, Hughes has played in the WHL for the last four years. After stops in Edmonton, Seattle, and Lethbridge, he backstopped the Winnipeg Ice last year. He had a 2.53 GAA, and a .914 S%. Links: ➤ Career Stats: Elite Prospects ➤ Media: Lethbvridge : WHL Noah Basarab - F – Johnstown (NAHL) Basarab is a Gimli boy who went south after having played for Swan Valley and Selkirk in the MJHL. His stats were 16-12-28 last year. Links: ➤ Career Stats: Elite Prospects ➤ Media: Johnstown Tomahawks : Athlete of the Week : Trib-Dem Reece Harsch - D – Winnipeg Ice (WHL) Having a WHL team in town is paying some recruiting dividends this year, as the Bisons land another d-man in Harsch. He is 6'4" and 201 lbs and wore an "A" last year. Links: ➤ Career Stats: Elite Prospects ➤ Media: Winnipeg Ice ➤ YouTube: Feb 25/18 : Sept 19/17 Sam Stewart - D – Tri-City/Edmonton (WHL) Stewart is another big d-man (6' 190 lbs) from Manitoba coming home for university. He finished last year with the Edmonton Oil Kings after four years with the Tri-City Americans, with a couple of stints with the Neepawa Natives in the MJHL. Links: ➤ Career Stats: Elite Prospects ➤ Media: MJHL-WHL
  3. U-SPORTS/CIS BOOKMARKS This is a peculiar off-season, largely because the NHL remains "paused". As usual, the opening post has the links needed to follow USports/CIS hockey, right here. League Sites: USports Mens Hockey Site - Tw - FB ... sub-links : Standings : Schedule/Results : Playoffs : U-Cup Canada West Mens Hockey Site - Tw - FB ... sub-links : Schedule/Results/Links : History and Records : Media Stats OUA Mens Hockey Site - Tw - FB ... sub-links : Schedule/Results AUS Mens Hockey Site - Tw - FB ... sub-links : Schedule/Results ACAC Mens Hockey Site - Tw - FB ... sub-links : Schedule/Results : CCAA History : ACAC Hockey BCIHL Site - Tw - FB ... sub-links : Schedule Canada West Team Sites: Alberta Golden Bears - Tw - FB Calgary Dinos - Tw - FB Lethbridge Pronghorns - ceased operations MacEwan Griffins - Tw - FB Manitoba Bisons - Tw - FB Mount Royal Cougars - Tw - FB Regina Cougars - Tw - FB Saskatchewan Huskies - Tw - FB Trinity Western Spartans - Tw - FB UBC Thunderbirds - Tw - FB AUS Team Sites: Acadia Axemen Dalhousie Tigers Moncton Aigles Bleus- Google Translate New Brunswick Reds - new link in 2019 UPEI Panthers St. Francis-Xavier X-men Saint Marys Huskies OUA-West Team Sites: Brock Badgers Guelph Gryphons Lakehead Thunderwolves Laurier Golden Hawks Ryerson Rams Toronto Varsity Blues Waterloo Warriors - Tw - FB Western Ontario Mustangs Windsor Lancers York Lions OUA-East Team Sites: Carleton Ravens Laurentian Voyageurs Nipissing Lakers Ontario Tech Ridgebacks Ottawa Geegees Queens Golden Gaels RMC Palladins - Team Site RSEQ (OUA-East) Team Sites: Concordia Stingers McGill Team UQTR Patriotes - Google Translate - Tw - FB ACAC Team Sites: Augustana Vikings Briercrest Clippers Concordia Thunder NAIT Ooks Portage Voyageurs Red Deer Kings SAIT Trojans BCIHL Team Sites: Eastern Washington Eagles - withdrew in 2018-19 Selkirk Saints Simon Fraser Clan - Tw Vancouver Island Mariners Victoria Vikings Media Sites/Blogs: Canadian University Sports Network - stopped August 2018 Breakin News N Crackin Brews (online radio) TSN CIS Page SportsNet CIS Page - SNU The Attacking Zone - stopped December 2016 CISblog.ca ChrisD.ca MyToba.ca Winnipeg Hockey Talk Boxscore News - CIS Hockey Page Independent Sports News Hockey Scene - AUS UNBHockeyFans.com AcadiaAxemenHockey.com Ryerson Rams Hockey Alumni Horns Hockey Alumni (Lethbridge) RedmenHockey.com (McGill) Bison Mens Hockey - site down Golden Bears Hockey Alumni (Alberta) Hockey Blog in Canada (includes Manitoba) The Manitoban (student paper) The Varsity (Toronto student paper) Regina Cougar Hockey Alumni Bison Mens Hockey Twitter (Manitoba unofficial) Game On Magazine Online video/audio: CanadaWest.tv - YareTV link sportscanada.tv AUSTV.ca OUA.tv CITR.ca - UBC radio Rock 94 FM - Lakehead away games UMFM.com - all Bison home games SSN Canada Canada West stats and data: CW LeagueStats - Media Stats CW LeagueStats - Standings CW LeagueStats - Daily Schedule CW LeagueStats - Rosters CW LeagueStats - Skaters Stats CW LeagueStats - Goalies Stats CW LeagueStats - Team Schedules CW Website Season Schedule - links to summaries CW Website Stats CW Hockey Tech Daily Schedule CW Hockey Tech Stats Stats: Elite Prospects - USports Page - individual player stats on everybody Internet Hockey Data Base (IHDB) : CWUAA Page - like Elite Prospects USports/CIS Stats - 2009-10 to 2019-20 USports/CIS Schedule/Results - 2009-10 to 2019-20 USports/CIS Standings - 2010 to 2020 USports/CIS Playoff Schedule/Results - 2010 to 2019 AUS Archive OUA LeagueStat ACAC LeagueStat (inactive link) Bob Adams Archives - CIS hockey from 1995-96 to 2008-09 Wikia - U Sports ... sub-links : University Cup Wikia - CWUAA ... sub-links : GPAC : WIAA : WCIAU Wikia - OUA/OUAA ... sub-links : QUAA : OSLC : OIAA : QOAA : CIAU Central Wikia - AUS/AUAA/AIAA/MIAA Wikia - North American Championship Wikia - Universiade Atlantic Canadian Hockey History Old threads: OHT34 2009-10 OHT34 2010-11 OHT34 2011-12 OHT35 2012-13 OHT36 2013-14 OHT36 2014-15 OHT36 2015-16 OHT36 2016-17 OHT35 2017-18 2018-19 OHT35 2019-20 OHT35 Manitoba Bisons 2007-08 Manitoba Bisons 2008-09 Manitoba Bisons 2009-10 Manitoba Bisons 2010-11 Manitoba Bisons 2011-12 Manitoba Bisons 2012-13 Manitoba Bisons 2013-14 Manitoba Bisons 2014-15 Manitoba Bisons 2015-16 Manitoba Bisons 2016-17 Manitoba Bisons 2017-18 Manitoba Bisons 2018-19 Manitoba Bisons 2019-20 2020-21 Exhibition Schedule - TBA Note: The 2020-21 links are not yet in place.
  4. Feb 22: Mutts Sweep, Monkeys Bounce Back OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD CALGARY DINOSAURS 4 SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 5 (in double overtime) Links: Summaries/Tabs: ➤ CW LeagueStat ➤ CW Hockey Tech ➤ USp/Presto* Stories/boxscores/video: ➤ UofS: Stadnyk plays hero; Huskies CW Final and University Cup bound ➤ UofC: Men's Hockey Site* ➤ CW: OT heroics highlight Saturday's semis ➤ Star-Phoenix: Saskatchewan squeezes out win over Calgary Dinos Sask built a 4-1 lead and appeared to be cruising to an easy win. But quicker than you could say Yabba-Dabba-Doo the Dinos tied it up and it was off to overtime. Carson Stadnyk notched the winner after 21 minutes. Once again, Taran Kozun got the win and Matthew Greenfield the loss. The Dinos had a 33-31 edge in shots. This was about as even as a game could be. No shock there. Sask would host UBC or visit Alberta next weekend. U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 1 ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 6 Links: Summaries/Tabs: ➤ CW LeagueStat ➤ CW Hockey Tech ➤ USp/Presto Stories/boxscores/video: ➤ UofA: Bears win big to force a Game 3 ➤ UBC: Men's Hockey Site* This was actually closer than Friday's game. But without heroics in goal, the T-irds were overwhelmed. The Evil Monkeys went with Matt Berlin in goal, and he stopped 19 of 20 shots for the win. Rylan Toth stopped 25 of 29 shots through two periods, before Patrick Dea stopped 3 of 5 in the finale. I suspect that was to rest Toth for game 3 on Sunday. Cole Linaker and and Curtis Miske scored twice each for the Monkeys. Game 3 starts Sunday at 7:00 MT or 8:00 CT and is available on CanadaWest.tv. OUT EAST Sat Feb 22 Saint Mary's 2 Acadia 5 (AU leads 2-0) NOTE: The AUS series are best-of-five and continue Mon/Tue/Thur. Sat Feb 22 Ryerson 2 W. Ontario 5 (series tied 1-1) Sat Feb 22 Carleton 1 Concordia 3 (CU wins 2-0) Sun Feb 23 Ottawa at UQTR (3:00 ET/2:00 CT) Sun Feb 23 W. Ontario at Ryerson (7:15 ET/6:15 CT) Note: Concordia will play the winner of UfO/UQTR in the OUA East final and Guelph will play the winner of UWO/Rye in the OUA West final. Links: ➤ [USp/CIS Presto Playoff S&R] ➤ [OUA LS Daily] ➤ [AUS S&R]
  5. Feb 21: T-irds Upset Evil Monkeys NEWS Links: ➤ UofM: Adam Henry named a 2019-20 Canada West First Team All-Star ➤ CW: Hockey standouts lift squads to semifinals ➤ CW: MHKY Playoff Central ➤ CW: The Road to the CW Final ➤ CW: UBC, Alberta combine for OT performances in Edmonton ➤ CW: Semifinal showdowns enter spotlight Adam Henry was named to the CW first all-star team, which seems a fitting end to his Bison career. There were also a host of stories and links at the CW site, which since the new year had just been linking to the team sites. OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD CALGARY DINOSAURS 1 SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 2 Links: Summaries/Tabs: ➤ CW LeagueStat ➤ CW Hockey Tech ➤ USp/Presto Stories/boxscores/video: ➤ UofS: Huskies squeak out Game 1 win over Dinos ➤ UofS: Quartet of Huskies earn conference honours ➤ UofS: PREVIEW: Huskies and Dinos set to vie for spot in CW Championship series ➤ UofC: Huskies edge out Dinos in Game 1 ➤ UofC: Back to Saskatoon to keep season alive ➤ UofC: Dinos veterans & rookies recognized by conference This was overly defensive even for a playoff game. Final shots were 19-12 in favour of the Banjo-Mutts. Taran Kozun got the win, and Matthew Greenfield took the loss. The teams exchanghed goals in the latter part of the 1st period, then that was it. Levi Cable and Collin Shirley scored for Sask, and Ryan Graham for Bedrock U. Game two is Saturday at 7:00 CT. U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 3 ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 2 (in overtime) Links: Summaries/Tabs: ➤ CW LeagueStat ➤ CW Hockey Tech ➤ USp/Presto Stories/boxscores/video: ➤ UofA: Bears fall in overtime to UBC in Game 1 of semifinal ➤ UofA: Three Bears named CW All-Stars, two named to All-Rookie team ➤ UBC: Toth, Smith lead ‘Birds to series opening OT win ➤ UBC: ‘Birds fly to Alberta to face Golden Bears in semifinal This is the result that shook up the university hockey world in all of Canada. The T-irds managed to keep it close and pull out an OT win despite being outshot 53-17. After two periods it was tied 2-2 and the Apes outshot UBC 15-2 in the 3rd period, and 9-1 in OT. It was as if UBC thought they'd get to a shoot-out. Rylan Toth got the win and Brendan Burke the loss. Jerret Smith had the GWG. Game 2 is Saturday at 7:00 MT or 8:00 CT. OUT EAST Thu Feb 20 Saint Mary's 1 Acadia 4 (AU leads 1-0) Thu Feb 20 Moncton 2 New Brunswick 7 (UNB leads 1-0) Fri Feb 21 Moncton 3 New Brunswick 7 (UNB leads 2-0) Sat Feb 22 Saint Mary's at Acadia Wed Feb 19 Concordia 4 Carleton 3 - 3OT (CU leads 1-0) Wed Feb 19 Ottawa 1 UQTR 2 (UQTR leads 1-0) Wed Feb 19 W. Ontario 1 Ryerson 4 (RU leads 1-0) Thu Feb 20 Brock 2 Guelph 3 (UofG leads 1-0) Fri Feb 21 Guelph 2 Brock 1 - OT (UofG wins 2-0) Fri Feb 21 UQTR 3 Ottawa 5 (series tied 1-1) Sat Feb 22 Ryerson at W. Ontario Sat Feb 22 Carleton at Concordia Sun Feb 23 Ottawa at UQTR Sun Feb 23 Concordia at Carleton * Sun Feb 23 W. Ontario at Ryerson * Links: ➤ [USp/CIS Presto Playoff S&R] ➤ [OUA LS Daily] ➤ [AUS S&R]
  6. Feb 16: Night of the Rubber Match OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 5 MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 4 (in overtime) Links: LeagueStat: Summary & tabs Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs Stories/boxscores/video: MRU : UBC An upset in game 3! UBC have qualified for the CW semi-finals in 2007, 2014, 2015, and now 2020. Before this relative splurge of success, their previous semi-final appearance was 1990. So there will be celebration on the coast over this. UBC built a 3-0 lead in the 1st period, and led 4-2 after two. MRU rallied with a big 3rd period effort, where they outshot the T-irds 16-4. However they needed a goal with one second left in regulation to force overtime. Austin Vetterl scored UBC's winning goal and Rylan Toth stopped 33 of 37 shots for the win. MRU went with Wyatt Hoflin, who gave up 3 goals on 6 shots in 9 minutes before being yanked. Riley Morris stopped 19 of 21 in relief. So it's off to Saudi Alberta next weekend where the T-irds will face the Evil Monkeys for a berth in the U-Cup. OUT EAST no games Sun Feb 16 Ontario Tech 0 Ottawa 5 (UFO wins series 2-1) Sun Feb 16 W. Ontario 3 Toronto 1 (UWO wins series 2-1) Sun Feb 16 Concordia 2 McGill 1 (CU wins series 2-1) Sun Feb 16 Laurier 2 Guelph 4 (UofG wins series 2-1) Links: ➤ [USp/CIS Presto Playoff S&R] ➤ [OUA LS Daily] ➤ [AUS S&R]
  7. Feb 15: Bison Season Ended in the Town of Bedrock MANITOBA BISONS 1 CALGARY DINOSAURS 2 Links: LeagueStat: [Summary] : [Report] Hockey Tech: [Summary] : [Report] : [Text] USp/CIS: [Boxscores and tabs] Stories/boxscores/video: [UofC] : [rp @UofM] The Bisons and Dinos were locked in quite a battle Saturday night. The Dinos managed to edge the Bisons despite a frantic conclusion to the game, which included a diving save by Bedrock goaltender Matthew Greenfield. Here's the scoring: Quick Summary 1st 04:14 Cal Coda Gordon (1) ASST: None (SH) 1st 09:44 Man Brady Pouteau (1) ASST: Thiessen (PP) 2nd 15:58 Cal Coda Gordon (2) ASST: Hines & Alfaro 3rd No Scoring Greenfield was making his return to the Dino net and had a good game, especially that game-saving late save. However, the Bisons managed just 14 shots on the night. And, once again, it was a short-handed goal that set them back. You have to do better than .500 with a man advantage. Riley Lamb again took the loss (stopping 30 of 32). The Dinos will travel to Saskatown next weekend to face the Banjo-Mutts. That should be a good series. There will be time for off-season cogitations on the Bison roster for 2020-21. This year they had loads of turnover, including solid recruits on defence (3 WHL grads) and goal (2 WHL and one MJHL). What they need is a group of 3 WHL forwards so they can have reliable scoring, forecheck lots, and stop those short-handed goals against. They also need to rack up some wins against the bottom half the league. This year they were 4-5-3 against those teams. OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 3 MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 5 Links: LeagueStat: Summary & tabs Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs Stories/boxscores/video: MRU : UBC The Bluegars amassed a 4-1 lead early and the 3rd and appeared to be in cruise control. The T-irds rallied to make it close before MRU closed it out with an empty-netter. Riley Lindgren led MRU with 4 goals.Wyatt Hoflin stopped 24 of 27 for the win and Rylan Toth lost with 28 saves on 32 shots. Gamne three goes Sunday night OUT EAST no games Toronto 1 W. Ontario 3 (series tied 1-1) Ontario Tech 5 Ottawa 3 (series tied 1-1) Queen's 3 UQTR 4 (UQTR wins series 2-0) Guelph 6 Laurier 3 (series tied 1-1) Lakehead 1 Ryerson 2 - OT (RU wins series 2-0) McGill 4 Concordia 5 - OT (series tied 1-1) Links: ➤ [USp/CIS Presto Playoff S&R] ➤ [OUA LS Daily] ➤ [AUS S&R]
  8. Feb 14: Game 1 Stinker for the Bisons After falling asleep waiting for my Windows 10 update on Friday night, the recap is rather late. MANITOBA BISONS 2 CALGARY DINOSAURS 6 Links: LeagueStat: [Summary] : [Report] Hockey Tech: [Summary] : [Report] : [Text] USp/CIS: [Boxscores and tabs] Stories/boxscores/video: [UofC] : [rp @UofM] In the Town of Bedrock, Mr. Slate had the Dinos ready to pounce in the first period. Coming back from an 0-4 hole in the playoffs is just not likely. The Bisons did stabilize but this one was over early. Quick Summary 1st 08:47 Cal Matt Alfaro (1) ASST: Gordon & Xavier (PP) 1st 11:30 Cal Lane Zablocki (1) ASST: Harrison & Shearer 1st 15:08 Cal Ryan Graham (1) ASST: Gibson 1st 19:10 Cal Kaden Elder (1) ASST: Gordon & Alfaro 2nd 06:47 Man Jeremey Leipsic (1) ASST: Christensen & Skoleski (PP) 2nd 08:11 Cal Kaden Elder (2) ASST: Gordon & Gagnon 2nd 11:33 Man Adam Henry (1) ASST: Skrumeda 3rd 12:26 Cal Jordan Xavier (1) ASST: Fisher & Gibson Bedrock led the shot clock 16-8 in the first period, and 18-17 the rest of the way. Brodan Salmond got the win (stopping 23 of 25) and Riley Lamb took the loss (stopping 28 of 34). Game 2 is Saturday at 7:00 MT/8:00 CT. If required, game 3 is Sunday at 6:00 MT/7:00 CT. OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 4 MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 2 Links: LeagueStat: Summary & tabs Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs Stories/boxscores/video: MRU : UBC Playoff victories for the T-irds have been a rarity. This is because they are very seldom the home team. So this game 1 road win is epic for UBC. Colton Kehler scored two 3rd period goals to break a 2-2 tie and Rylan Toth got the win with 26 saves on 28 shots. Riley Morris was tagged with the loss, with 20 saves on 24 shots. OUT EAST Saint Mary's 4 UPEI 3 (ot) – (SMU wins 2-0) Moncton 4 St.F.X. 2 – (UdM wins 2-0) Windsor 4 Brock 5 – (BU wins 2-0) Links: ➤ [USp/CIS Presto Playoff S&R] ➤ [OUA LS Daily] ➤ [AUS S&R]
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Quarter-final Preview: Feb 14-15-16: MANITOBA at CALGARY MANITOBA BISONS (9-15-4, 10-18-6, OHT35 #19) CALGARY DINOSAURS (18-7-3, 25-8-4, OHT35 #4) Friday, February 14, 2020 at 7:00 MT/8:00 CT at Calgary Saturday, February 15, 2020 at 7:00 MT/8:00 CT at Calgary Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 6:00 MT/7:00 CT at Calgary Live Links: ➤ Video: [CanadaWest.tv] ➤ Friday: [Live Stats] ∞ [Hockey Tech] ➤ Saturday: [Live Stats] ∞ [Hockey Tech] ➤ Sunday: [Live Stats] ∞ [Hockey Tech] Manitoba Links: ➤ GoBisons: [PREVIEW: Bisons men’s hockey face Calgary Dinos in Canada West quarterfinals] ➤ Social: [Twitter] ∞ [Facebook] ➤ CW: [Stats] ∞ [Schedule/Results/Links] ➤ LeagueStat: [Stats] ∞ [Schedule/Results/Links] Calgary Links: ➤ UofC: [Dinos clash with Herd in CW Quarter-final] ➤ Social: [Twitter] ∞ [Facebook] ➤ CW: [Stats] ∞ [Schedule/Results/Links] ➤ LeagueStat: [Stats] ∞ [Schedule/Results/Links] ➤ Calgary Sun: [Calgary rolls into men's hockey playoffs] Previous games: ➤ Oct 18: UC 5 UM 2: [Story] : [LeagueStat] ➤ Oct 19: UM 4 UC 3: [Story] : [Summary] ➤ Jan 10: UC 6 UM 3: [Story] : [LeagueStat] ➤ Jan 11: UM 2 UC 1: [Story] : [Summary] Other Links: ➤ USports: [Schedule/Links] ∞ [Standings] ➤ CW: [Home Page] ∞ [Schedule] ➤ LeagueStat: [Media Stats] News Links: ➤ CW: [2020 Canada West Men's Hockey Playoffs] ➤ CW: [Puck drops on quarter-finals Friday] ➤ USports: [CBC Sports and U SPORTS to provide worldwide English-language live streaming coverage of four U SPORTS winter national championship events] ➤ WHL: [CBC Sports to provide live coverage of 2020 Cavendish Farms University Cup] ➤ CBC: [CBC Sports becomes digital broadcast home of Canada's 2020 U Sports champions] Podcasts: ➤ UMFM: []Hear the Herd] ➤ UMFM: []Talkin' Hockey - The Hockey Talkin' Show] The Bisons are off to the Town of Bedrock for a 3-games-in-3-days playoff series. The formula for an underdog is simple: win the close game to force a game 3, and hope you have the fewer injuries. This is not too much of a stretch. The Bisons are 2-2-0 against Bedrock this year, and 11-8-1 over the past 5 years. Will Fred and Barney don their Buffalo Lodge hats and cheer the Bisons to victory in Bedrock? Will Manitoba get the karma edge after the wild conference final playoff game? To remind you, the Bisons mounted a big-time comeback and when they were down one point on the final play, they missed an attempted two-point conversion. The Dinos went on to win the national title. But the gutsy decision won the Bisons a lot of fans. The keys to the series: Bison PP/PK – My infamous chart shows how they have been victimized by shorthanded goals this year. They are -21, Calgary is +5. Goaltending – Bedrock starter Matthew Greenfield has been gone since January. However Brodan Salmond has contributed nice numbers (9-2-3, 2.40 GAA, .900 S%). The Bison edge would be that they have co-starters and one of them needs to be hot. The Bison numbers have tumbled the last 4 weeks, but Tyler Brown and Riley Lamb are both still at or over .900 S%. Who will have the big series? - The Dinos have Matt Alfaro, the CW's leading scorer, who went 1-7-8 in 4 games against the Bisons. On the other hand, sophomore Colton Veloso has finished strong and had 3 goals in the January series against Bedrock. ELSEWHERE IN THE CW U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS (9-14-5, 12-17-6, OHT35 #16) MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS (18-8-2, 21-11-3, OHT35 #5) Links: ➤ MRU: [Men's Hockey Site] ➤ UBC: [T-Birds begin playoffs with confidence facing MRU] It is not often that the 4 v 5 quarter-final in the CW features two teams this far apart in the standings. Their split last weekend allowed UBC to slip past Manitoba into 5th place. MRU has shown the ability to defeat the contenders, having recently swept Calgary and starting the season with a sweep in Saskatchewan. Last week's win over MRU was UBC's only win over a top-4 team all year. Their cumulative record was 1-11-4 against those teams. It was their 8-3-1 record against the bottom half that put them into the playoffs. Note that the games in this series start at 7:30 MT, 8:30 CT. OUT EAST ONTARIO Wed Feb 12 W. Ontario 2 Toronto 6 - Game 1 Wed Feb 12 RMC 3 Carleton 7 - Game 1 Wed Feb 12 Ryerson 4 Lakehead 1 - Game 1 Wed Feb 12 Brock 6 Windsor 3 - Game 1 Wed Feb 12 Ottawa 2 Ontario Tech 1 (ot) - Game 1 Wed Feb 12 UQTR 3 Queen's 1 - Game 1 Thu Feb 13 Concordia 1 McGill 2 - Game 1 Thu Feb 13 Carleton 5 RMC 4 - (CU wins series 2-0) Thu Feb 13 Laurier 3 Guelph 1 - Game 1 Fri Feb 14 Windsor at Brock - Game 2 Sat Feb 15 Toronto at W. Ontario - Game 2 Sat Feb 15 Ontario Tech at Ottawa - Game 2 Sat Feb 15 Queen's at UQTR - Game 2 Sat Feb 15 Guelph at Laurier - Game 2 Sat Feb 15 Lakehead at Ryerson - Game 2 Sat Feb 15 Brock at Windsor - Game 3* Sat Feb 15 McGill at Concordia - Game 2 Sun Feb 16 Ontario Tech at Ottawa - Game 3* Sun Feb 16 W. Ontario at Toronto - Game 3* Sun Feb 16 Concordia at McGill - Game 3* Sun Feb 16 Queen's at UQTR - Game 3* Sun Feb 16 Lakehead at Ryerson - Game 3* Sun Feb 16 Laurier at Guelph - Game 3* ATLANTIC Wed Feb 12 St. F.X. 2 Moncton 3 - Game 1 Wed Feb 12 UPEI 4 Saint Mary's 5 - Game 1 Fri Feb 14 Saint Mary's at UPEI - Game 2 Fri Feb 14 Moncton at St. F.X. - Game 2 Sun Feb 16 St. F.X. at Moncton - Game 3* Sun Feb 16 UPEI at Saint Mary's - Game 3* Links: ➤ [USp Presto S&R] ➤ [USp Presto Playoffs S&R] ➤ [OUA LS Daily] ➤ [AUS S&R] ➤ [AUS Playoffs S&R]
  10. Feb 9: OUA wraps up season, Playoff Schedules Coming OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD OUT EAST Sun Feb 09 Ottawa 4 Queen's 0 Sun Feb 09 UQTR 4 McGill 1 ~ end of regular season ~ Links: ➤ [USp/CIS Presto S&R] ➤ [OUA LS Daily] ➤ [AUS S&R] ➤ [Standings] NEXT UP All playoff series are best-of-three and the opening rounds in the CW and AUS are uploaded on their conference schedule pages. However, the OUA schedules are presently just going up on individual team sites. Here's what I have found: CANADA WEST Fri Feb 14 Manitoba at Calgary 7:00 MT/8:00 CT Fri Feb 14 UBC at Mount Royal 7:30 MT/8:30 CT Sat Feb 15 Manitoba at Calgary 7:00 MT/8:00 CT Sat Feb 15 UBC at Mount Royal 7:30 MT/8:30 CT Sun Feb 16 Manitoba at Calgary * 6:00 MT/7:00 CT Sun Feb 16 UBC at Mount Royal * 7:30 MT/8:30 CT Fri Feb 21 TBD at Alberta 7:00 MT/8:00 CT Fri Feb 21 TBD at Saskatchewan 7:00 CT Sat Feb 22 TBD at Alberta 7:00 MT/8:00 CT Sat Feb 22 TBD at Saskatchewan 7:00 CT Sun Feb 23 TBD at Alberta * 7:00 MT/8:00 CT Sun Feb 23 TBD at Saskatchewan * 7:00 CT * if required ONTARIO Wed Feb 12 RMC at Carleton 7:00 ET/6:00 CT Wed Feb 12 Ryerson at Lakehead 7:00 ET/6:00 CT Wed Feb 12 W. Ontario at Toronto 7:00 ET/6:00 CT Wed Feb 12 Ottawa at Ontario Tech 7:30 ET/6:30 CT Thu Feb 13 Carleton at RMC 7:00 ET/6:00 CT Thu Feb 13 Concordia at McGill 7:00 ET/6:00 CT Thu Feb 13 Laurier at Guelph 7:00 ET/6:00 CT Sat Feb 15 Toronto at W. Ontario 3:00 ET/2:00 CT Sat Feb 15 Guelph at Laurier 7:00 ET/6:00 CT Sat Feb 15 RMC at Carleton * 7:00 ET/6:00 CT Sat Feb 15 Lakehead at Ryerson 7:15 ET/6:15 CT Sat Feb 15 McGill at Concordia 7:30 ET/6:30 CT Sun Feb 16 Concordia at McGill * 7:00 ET/6:00 CT Sun Feb 16 W. Ontario at Toronto * 7:00 ET/6:00 CT Sun Feb 16 Lakehead at Ryerson * 7:15 ET/6:15 CT Sun Feb 16 Laurier at Guelph * 7:30 ET/6:30 CT TBD Brock at Windsor TBD TBD Windsor at Brock TBD TBD Brock at Windsor * TBD TBD Queen's at UQTR TBD TBD UQTR at Queen's TBD TBD Queen's at UQTR * TBD TBD Ontario Tech at Ottawa TBD TBD Ontario Tech at Ottawa * TBD ATLANTIC Wed Feb 12 St.F.X. at Moncton 7:00 AT/5:00 CT Wed Feb 12 UPEI at Saint Mary's 7:00 AT/5:00 CT Fri Feb 14 Moncton at St. F.X. 7:00 AT/5:00 CT Fri Feb 14 Saint Mary's at UPEI 7:00 AT/5:00 CT Sun Feb 16 St.F.X. at Moncton * 7:00 AT/5:00 CT Sun Feb 16 UPEI at Saint Mary's * 7:00 AT/5:00 CT
  11. Feb 8: Bisons Downed in Regular Season Finale The regular season has come to a close in the CW. Out East, the AUS has also wrapped and the OUA has two games left on Sunday. Here's what went down. MANITOBA BISONS 2 ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 5 Links: LeagueStat: [Summary] : [Report] Hockey Tech: [Summary] : [Report] USp/CIS: [Boxscores and tabs] Stories/boxscores/video: [UofA] : [rp @UofM] The Bisons rebounded effectively from the Friday night debacle. The Evil Monkeys grabbed a 3-0 first period lead, with two short-handed goals on the same penalty. Rather than fold the tent, the Bisons battled back to 3-2. Eventually it was an empty-netter that salted this one away. Overall, I would say that the Bisons carried the last two periods. Quick Summary 1st 08:19 ALB Nolan Volcan (6) ASST: Soy & Owre 1st 12:44 ALB Dawson Davidson (4) ASST: Pawlenchuk & Butcher (SH) 1st 13:24 ALB Lucas Nickles (8) ASST: Sanford & Lange (SH) 2nd 03:41 MAN Brady Pouteau (5) ASST: Schioler & Thiessen 2nd 07:39 MAN Adam Henry (11) ASST: Thiessen & Dalke 2nd 10:56 ALB Noah Philp (12) ASST: Davidson & Sanford (PP) 3rd 19:16 ALB Tyler Soy (15) ASST: Owre & Carroll (EN) Riley Lamb was in net for the Bisons and stopped 27 of 31 shots. Matt Berlin got the win (with 11 saves on 13 shots) but left mid-way with an injury. He reached up high to make a glove save and pulled something. Brendan Burke finished off with 9 saves on 9 shots. Here are the CW stats on shorthanded play this year: These stats are what has prevented the Bisons from moving into a top-4 type of team. Although the team made great progress this year, this is the area to address in the upcoming playoffs and next year as well. They scored 21 powerplay goals, but gave up 11 shorthanded goals. The other way on the PK they gave up a league-worst 32 powerplay goals and scored just one shorthanded goal in reply. That's a -21 overall. So even strength they were outscored just 63 to 54. A -9 ratio should be a much better record than 9-15-4. The win gave the Monkeys 1st, and the Bisons 6th. OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 6 REGINA COUGARS 2 Links: LeagueStat: Summary & tabs Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs Stories/boxscores/video: [UofR] : [rp @UofS] The sides switched locales for this return match. This was the end of the road for the Banjo-Cats, but the Banjo-Mutts gained temporary hold of 1st place with the win. In a nice nod, the Kittens gave graduating goaltender Dawson MacAuley the start, and he stopped 30 of 36 shots. However, the Kittens threw in the towel in the 2nd period. I saw lots of the 1st period before the Bison game started. Shots were 8-8 and Regina led 1-0. But the rest was a joke. Sask outshot them 28-5 and outscored them 6-1. Taran Kozun stopped 11 of 13 for the win. CALGARY DINOSAURS 6 LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 1 Links: LeagueStat: Summary & tabs Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs Stories/boxscores/video: [UofL] : [rp @UofC] The Hørny Ønes' inglorious 2nd semester came to a merciful conclusion. They basically went on sabbatical at Christmas. The Bedrock Dinos were led by Ryan Graham with two goals and Brodan Salmond's 27 saves. Jack Burgart took the loss with 39 saves on 45 shots. MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 4 U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 2 Links: LeagueStat: Summary & tabs Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs Stories/boxscores/video: [UBC - Friday] : [UBC - Saturday] This one was a matinee and the result temporarily vaulted the Bluegars into 3rd place and left the T-irds in striking distance of Manitoba in the race for 5th. Wyatt Hoflin got the win with 22 saves on 24 shots and Rylan Toth took the loss with 19 saves on 22 shots. Connor Rankin had two goals for MRU. STANDINGS The playoff schedules are TBA but we know that the quarter-finals will be Manitoba at Calgary and UBC at Mount Royal. If Manitoba beats Calgary, the semi-finals would be Manitoba at Alberta and UBC/MRU winner at Saskatchewan. If Calgary beats Manitoba, the semi-finals would be UBC/MRU winner at Alberta and Calgary at Saskatchewan. OUT EAST Sat Feb 08 Saint Mary's 3 Dalhousie 4 (ot) Sat Feb 08 Acadia 2 St. F.X. 5 Sat Feb 08 New Brunswick 8 Moncton 2 Sat Feb 08 Laurentian 4 Ottawa 6 Sat Feb 08 Ontario Tech 5 McGill 3 Sat Feb 08 Waterloo 1 Lakehead 3 Sat Feb 08 W. Ontario 1 Brock 4 Sat Feb 08 Laurier 1 York 2 Sat Feb 08 Toronto 2 Windsor 3 Links: ➤ [USp/CIS Presto S&R] ➤ [OUA LS Daily] ➤ [AUS S&R] NEXT UP CANADA WEST Fri Feb 14 UBC at Mount Royal - quarter-finals TBA Fri Feb 14 Manitoba at Calgary - quarter-finals TBA byes: Alberta and Saskatchewan ONTARIO Sun Feb 09 Ottawa at Queen's Sun Feb 09 UQTR at McGill ATLANTIC UPEI at Saint Mary's - quarter-finals TBA St. F.X. at Moncton - quarter-finals TBA byes: New Brunswick and Acadia
  12. Feb 7: Bisons Back Into the Playoffs So we know who's headed to the playoffs, we know who gets the byes and semi-final host privileges, who hosts the quarter-finals, and who will be doing the travelling. MANITOBA BISONS 0 ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 8 Links: LeagueStat: [Summary] : [Report] Hockey Tech: [Summary] : [Report] USp/CIS: [Boxscores and tabs] Stories/boxscores/video: [UofA] : [rp @UofM] Podcast: [Hear the Herd] After a sterling effort at home last weekend, the Bisons had a rough night in Edmontown. The Evil Monkeys do an occasional face-plant but then rally in style. Could they be a night away from a face-plant? Quick Summary 1st 06:15 ALB Noah Philp (10) ASST: Cox & Freadrich 1st 06:57 ALB Chad Butcher (8) ASST: Freadrich & Pawlenchuk 1st 10:47 ALB Grayson Pawlenchuk (17) ASST: None 1st 16:19 ALB Lucas Nickles (7) ASST: Linaker 1st 18:28 ALB Grayson Pawlenchuk (18) ASST: Jevne & Butcher 3rd 02:19 ALB Tyler Soy (14) ASST: Owre & Davidson 3rd 04:03 ALB Noah Philp (11) ASST: Cox & Sanford 3rd 18:22 ALB Cole Linaker (1) ASST: Nickles & Carroll Before the game I thought that the Bisons would win if they could get 25 shots. They had only 18, all of which were stopped by Brendan Burke. Tyler Brown stopped 33 of 41 in defeat. This is a disappointment for the Bisons, in that they have not suffered a blow-out loss like this. They could use some reinforcements up front. Jonah Wasylak, Lucas Skrumeda, Tony Apetagon, and Geordie Keane were all missing. They will need them back for the playoffs. OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD REGINA COUGARS 0 SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 4 Links: LeagueStat: Summary & tabs Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs Stories/boxscores/video: UofS UofS: PREVIEW: Huskies face Cougars in regular season finale UofR: Cougars out of playoff contention after loss to Saskatchewan This result ensured the Bisons of a playoff berth and left the Kittens hoping that UBC would lose twice to MRU. Brandon Holtby was back in goal for the Banjo-Cats and stopped 35 of 39 shots in a vain attempt to capture an ellusive playoff berth. Meanwhile, the Banjo-Mutts kept pace with Alberta in the race for first. Taran Kozun had a 20 save shutout. Thus, Regina's spirited second semester surge comes to an end. The Mutts no doubt celebrated in style, drinking from toilets, spraying fire hydrants, and bragging across the province's party lines. LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 0 CALGARY DINOSAURS 5 Links: LeagueStat: Summary & tabs Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs Stories/boxscores/video: UofC UofC: Dinos look to finish strong against Lethbridge UofL: Pronghorns close out season with home-and-home with Dinos The Hørny Ønes became the 3rd shutout victim of the night in this game. That's one thing. But those 54 shots on goal they allowed, which now seems an expected occurrence, really shows how this team has fallen down in the 2nd half. They went with their 3rd string goaltender, Nikolas Amundrud, as tonight's sacrifical lamb. Brodan Salmond needed just 14 saves for his shutout. The win allows Bedrock U to leapfrog their cross-town rivals into 3rd place. MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 2 U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 3 Links: LeagueStat: Summary & tabs Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs Stories/boxscores/video: UBC* UBC: Huge final weekend looms for ‘Birds looking to get to playoffs The late night game on the coast clinched a playoff berth for the T-irds, launched them ahead of the Bisons into 5th place, and eliminated Regina. It also prevented MRU from regaining 3rd place. A point from UBC in the rematch would assure them of 5th place. A UBC win in regulation would mean that these teams would play in the quarter-final round next weekend at MRU. Rylan Toth stopped 18 of 20 for the win, in a game where the Bluegars mounted much less offence than is usual. Riley Morris stopped 27 of 30 for the loss. OUT EAST Wed Feb 05 Moncton 7 UPEI 1 Fri Feb 07 UPEI 2 New Brunswick 9 Fri Feb 07 Dalhousie 2 Acadia 7 Fri Feb 07 St. F.X. 3 Saint Mary's 9 Sun Feb 02 RMC 4 Ottawa 3 (ot) Tue Feb 04 Laurentian 4 Nipissing 5 Wed Feb 05 York 3 Ryerson 5 Thu Feb 06 RMC 2 Queen's 4 Fri Feb 07 Laurier 5 W. Ontario 1 Fri Feb 07 Laurentian 3 Carleton 6 Fri Feb 07 Waterloo 4 Lakehead 3 (ot) Fri Feb 07 Ontario Tech 1 Concordia 5 Fri Feb 07 Ryerson 4 Windsor 3 (so) Fri Feb 07 Toronto 3 Guelph 4 Links: ➤ [USp/CIS Presto S&R] ➤ [OUA LS Daily] ➤ [AUS S&R] NEXT UP CANADA WEST Sat Feb 08 Mount Royal at UBC (3:00 PT/5:00 CT) Sat Feb 08 Manitoba at Alberta (7:00 MT/8:00 CT) Sat Feb 08 Saskatchewan at Regina (7:00 CT) Sat Feb 08 Calgary at Lethbridge (7:00 MT/8:00 CT) ONTARIO Sat Feb 08 Laurentian at Ottawa Sat Feb 08 Ontario Tech at McGill Sat Feb 08 Waterloo at Lakehead Sat Feb 08 W. Ontario at Brock Sat Feb 08 Laurier at York Sat Feb 08 Toronto at Windsor Sun Feb 09 Ottawa at Queen's Sun Feb 09 UQTR at McGill ATLANTIC Sat Feb 08 Saint Mary's at Dalhousie Sat Feb 08 Acadia at St. F.X. Sat Feb 08 New Brunswick at Moncton ~ end of regular season ~
  13. Feb 1: Late Goal SInks Bisons SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 4 MANITOBA BISONS 3 Links: LeagueStat: [Summary] : [Report] Hockey Tech: [Summary] : [Report] : [Text] USp/CIS: [Boxscores and tabs] Stories/boxscores/video: [UofM] : [rp @UofS] CW: [Mike Ridley Inducted Into CW Hall of Fame] The Bisons allowed a late goal which denied them a valuable point they needed to almost clinch a playoff berth. As it is, they are almost there. Quick Summary 1st 00:48 MAN Ryan Carlson (5) ASST: None 1st 03:15 MAN Ryan Carlson (6) ASST: Skrumeda & Henry 1st 08:56 SSK Justin Ball (3) ASST: Dmytriw & Shirley 1st 10:40 SSK Kohl Bauml (8) ASST: Ballhorn & Cable 2nd 01:05 SSK Logan McVeigh (6) ASST: Stadnyk & Harmsworth 3rd 07:01 MAN Adam Henry (10) ASST: Christensen & Barley 3rd 17:02 SSK Jared Dmytriw (10) ASST: Neuls Although the Bisons jumped out to a 2-0 lead courtesy Ryan Carlson, the Mutts dominated play for a large stretch of the game. The Mutts held a 3-2 lead and a 35-8 lead in shots after two periods, which was a world of difference from Friday's game. The 3rd period was a great battle, where the shots were 11-11. After Adam Henry tied the game in the 3rd period, it seemed only a matter of time before the Bisons won it. However, it was Mongrel Jared Dmytriw scored one that goaltender Riley Lamb would love to have back. Any hopes of a comeback were dashed on a fringe elbowing call on Ben Dalke, followed by 2 minutes to Lamb for arguing. Here's how they aligned: MANITOBA BISONS Goal 30 Lamb (35 Brown) Defence 2 Henry 3 Christensen 4 Stanley 6 Dyck 5 Schioler 28 Pouteau 27 Doerksen Forwards 22 Leipsic 10 Skoleski 17 Veloso 11 Carlson 9 Thiessen 15 Dalke 8 Barley 12 Jameson 16 Tripp 25 Skrumeda 13 Labossiere Scratches 1 Link 14 Keane 19 Halvorson 20 Apetagon 26 Leblanc 29 Wasylak SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES Goal 32 Child (31 Kozun) Defence 3 Ballhorn 7 Collins 8 Lishchynsky 4 Harmsworth 6 Fransoo 27 Fiala Forwards 10 Cable 20 Young 19 Bauml 14 McVeigh 16 Stadnyk 5 Faith 12 Ball 15 Dmytriw 11 Shirley 13 Folk 22 Johnson 17 Neuls Scratches 2 Ruopp 9 Tkatch 26 Johnson 29 Spagrud 30 Hobbs Each team switched goaltenders on Saturday. Lamb stopped 42 of 46 in the loss, and Child stopped 16 of 19 for the win. OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 6 REGINA COUGARS 1 Links: LeagueStat: Summary & tabs Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs Stories/boxscores/video: UofR Soft kitty, warm kitty, little ball of fur! Happy kitty, sleepy kitty, purr, purr, purr. This is one matchup which has bedeviled the Banjo-Cats for years. This was the Evil Monkeys' 53rd straight win over the Kittens. Brendan Burke stopped 12 of 13 for the win, and Curtis Meger stopped 35 of 41 in the loss. Brandon Holtby's goaltending launched the Kittens into contention but it seems that streak is over. Dawson MacAuley dressed as the backup. U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 5 LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 4 Links: LeagueStat: Summary & tabs Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs Stories/boxscores/video: UofL The Hørny Ønes were severely outshot (45-22) yet held a 4-3 lead well into the 3rd period. Matt Revel scored twice for the T-irds, includign the winner, and Rylan Toth stopped 18 of 22 for the win. Taz Burman's 40 stops were not enough to avoid defeat. That's 10 straight losses for Lethbridge this semester. STANDINGS So we have three separate races on the final weekend (1-2, 3-4, 5-6-7). The Bisons need a combination of two points from themselves and/or two points dropped by Regina to clinch a playoff berth. Meanwhile, UBC needs a combination of three points from themselves and/or three points dropped by Regina to clinch their playoff berth. None of these races will feature any direct match-ups on the final weekend. OUT EAST Sat Feb 01 Moncton 4 Acadia 3 (ot) Sat Feb 01 UPEI 6 St. F.X. 5 (ot) Sat Feb 01 New Brunswick 5 Saint Mary's 1 Sat Feb 01 Brock 3 Lakehead 5 Sat Feb 01 Waterloo 2 W. Ontario 1 Sat Feb 01 UQTR 4 RMC 6 Sat Feb 01 Windsor 3 Toronto 9 Sat Feb 01 Carleton 3 Queen's 2 Sat Feb 01 Concordia 4 Nipissing 2 Sat Feb 01 McGill 6 Laurentian 1 Sun Feb 02 RMC 4 Ottawa 3 (ot) Links: ➤ [USp/CIS Presto S&R] ➤ [OUA LS Daily] ➤ [AUS S&R] NEXT UP CANADA WEST Fri Feb 07 Manitoba at Alberta Fri Feb 07 Regina at Saskatchewan Fri Feb 07 Lethbridge at Calgary Fri Feb 07 Mount Royal at UBC ONTARIO Tue Feb 04 Laurentian at Nipissing Wed Feb 05 York at Ryerson Thu Feb 06 RMC at Queen's ATLANTIC Wed Feb 05 Moncton at UPEI
  14. Jan 31: Bisons Robbed in Overtime After last Saturday's matinee I had to take a bit of an all-star break to get some work done. So here we are back at it again. Quick blurb on last Saturday's game: The Bisons fell behind Regina 5-0 on a mixture of bad breaks, opportunistic goal-scoring, and poor play before outshooting them 24-2 in the 3rd period and falling short. Now, on to the opening night of the penultimate weekend of the CW season .... SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 3 MANITOBA BISONS 2 (in overtime) Links: LeagueStat: [Summary] : [Report] Hockey Tech: [Summary] : [Report] : [Text] USp/CIS: [Boxscores and tabs] Stories/boxscores/video: [UofM] : [UofS] UofM: [Three-goal first period helps lift Regina past Manitoba 6-3] UofM: [Bisons great and NHL All-Star Mike Ridley enters the Canada West Hall of Fame] UofM: [Jeremey Leipsic's hockey IQ central to his hockey success] On the positive side, the Bisons outplayed the Banjo-Mutts and really deserved to beat the hottest team in Usports (2-4-2 in Sept/Oct, 16-1-0 since). The Bisons outshot them 36-27 on the night! However, there was a major downside when Sask's Sam Ruopp blind-sided Jonah Wasylak with a high-stick head-shot. He was given 5 minutes and tossed with a match penalty. I would not bet on him being available any time soon. Quick Summary 1st 02:16 SSK Neuls (5) ASST: Ballhorn & Young (PP) 2nd 10:19 MAN Christensen (2) ASST: Tripp & Wasylak 2nd 19:29 SSK Stadnyk (13) ASST: McVeigh & Harmsworth (SH) 3rd 05:52 MAN Skoleski (7) ASST: Henry & Leipsic (PP) 5th 02:26 SSK McVeigh (5) ASST: Stadnyk & Ballhorn (PP) The Bisons started 7 defencemen (along with Skrumeda and Carlson, defencemen who have been moved up to forward allo season). Hopefully, they have a forward available in sub in for Wasylak. Once again, the Bisons were victimized by a shorthanded goal against. This has been a problem all year. The Bisons had the only even-strength goal in the game, and in fact had it not been for powerplays there would have been virtually no offence from the Mutts. The final powerplay goal arose from a neutral zone trip by Adam Henry on what would have been a very borderline call, or perhaps an offsetting embellishment call, even in regulation. Taran Kozun stopped 34 of 36 for the win, and Tyler Brown stopped 24 of 27 in the loss. The rematch goes Saturday night at 7:00 p.m. After the penalties on Friday, I wouldn't be shocked to see some battles happening. Sask remains tied with Alberta for 1st, Manitoba is alone in 5th and 3 points ahead of Regina and UBC. OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 6 REGINA COUGARS 3 Links: LeagueStat: Summary & tabs Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs Stories/boxscores/video: UofR I expected the Evil Monkeys to be loaded like bears after being swept last weekend. This seems to have been a routine whuppin typical of what these teams usually produce. Matt Berlin stopped 7 of just 10 shots for the win (not a great ratio) and Brandon Holtby stopped 37 of 43 in defeat. The Bisons are in 5th place with 22 points, 3 ahead of the Kittens. U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 6 LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 1 Links: LeagueStat: Summary & tabs Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs Stories/boxscores/video: UofL The Hørny Ønes actually held a 1-0 lead after the 1st period. But they have really hit the skids this semester (now 0-7-2). Rylan Toth got the win with 26 saves and Jack Burgart stopped 28 of 33 in the loss. UBC now pulls into a tie with Regina for 6th, and within 3 points of the 5th place Bisons. Thursday – Crowchild Classic CALGARY DINOSAURS 4 MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 5 (in overtime) Links: LeagueStat: Summary & tabs Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs Stories/boxscores/video: MRU Friday MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 3 CALGARY DINOSAURS 1 Links: LeagueStat: Summary & tabs Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs Stories/boxscores/video: UofC The annual Crowchild Classic game at the Saddledome went on Thursday, and it is usually more intense than a regular game. After a scoreless 1st period, the Bluegars built a 3-0 lead in the 2nd. However, Bedrock U rallied with three unanswered of their own in the 3rd. Riley Morris got the win (27 saves) and Brodan Salmond got the loss (33 saves). Friday's rematch was a stunner, as it allowed the Bluegars to jump into 3rd place. What a rollercoaster in Bedrock! The Dinos swept the Monkeys just last weekend. Neither side switch goaltenders. Morris stopped 33 of 34 for the win, and Salmond stopped 19 of 22 for the loss. Sat Jan 25 quick wrap: Regina 6 Manitoba 3 : [Recap] Lethbridge 3 Mount Royal 4 (so) : [Recap] Alberta 1 Calgary 4 : [Recap] UBC 2 Saskatchewan 5 : [Recap] OUT EAST Sat Jan 25 Saint Mary's 5 UPEI 4 (ot) Sat Jan 25 Dalhousie 1 Moncton 6 Sat Jan 25 St. F.X. 2 New Brunswick 6 Mon Jan 27 UPEI 4 Dalhousie 5 (ot) – from Jan 17 Wed Jan 29 Dalhousie 5 St. F.X. 4 (ot) Fri Jan 31 UPEI 4 Dalhousie 3 (ot) Fri Jan 31 New Brunswick 4 Acadia 2 Fri Jan 31 Moncton 1 Saint Mary's 5 Sat Jan 25 Laurentian 2 Ontario Tech 5 Sat Jan 25 Nipissing 1 McGill 6 Sat Jan 25 Ryerson 5 Waterloo 1 Sat Jan 25 Queen's 4 RMC 1 Sat Jan 25 Lakehead 3 W. Ontario 2 (ot) Sat Jan 25 Concordia 2 Carleton 5 Sat Jan 25 Toronto 0 Laurier 4 Sat Jan 25 Brock 1 Windsor 2 Sun Jan 26 Concordia 5 Ottawa 4 Wed Jan 29 Toronto 4 W. Ontario 3 Wed Jan 29 Waterloo 1 Laurier 5 Wed Jan 29 Brock 1 York 3 Wed Jan 29 RMC 2 Ontario Tech 5 Thu Jan 30 Guelph 4 W. Ontario 5 Thu Jan 30 Laurier 3 Ryerson 2 (ot) Thu Jan 30 York 4 Waterloo 2 – from Jan 18 Fri Jan 31 Brock 4 Lakehead 0 Fri Jan 31 UQTR 1 Carleton 2 (so) Fri Jan 31 Windsor 1 Guelph 7 Fri Jan 31 McGill 6 Nipissing 3 Fri Jan 31 Concordia 5 Laurentian 3 Fri Jan 31 Ontario Tech 4 Queen's 3 (ot) Links: ➤ [USp/CIS Presto S&R] ➤ [OUA LS Daily] ➤ [AUS S&R] NEXT UP CANADA WEST Sat Feb 01 UBC at Lethbridge Sat Feb 01 Alberta at Regina Sat Feb 01 Saskatchewan at Manitoba ONTARIO Sat Feb 01 Brock at Lakehead Sat Feb 01 Waterloo at W. Ontario Sat Feb 01 UQTR at RMC Sat Feb 01 Windsor at Toronto Sat Feb 01 Carleton at Queen's Sat Feb 01 Concordia at Nipissing Sat Feb 01 McGill at Laurentian Sun Feb 02 RMC at Ottawa ATLANTIC Sat Feb 01 Moncton at Acadia Sat Feb 01 UPEI at St. F.X. Sat Feb 01 New Brunswick at Saint Mary's
  15. Jan 24: Bisons Lose Shootout on Upset Night REGINA COUGARS 5 MANITOBA BISONS 4 (in shootout) Links: LeagueStat: [Summary] : [Report] Hockey Tech: [Summary] : [Report] : [Text] USp/CIS: [Boxscores and tabs] Stories/boxscores/video: [UofM] : [rp @UofR*] Story: [From WHL to Wayne Fleming: Veloso making an impact in year two] This is one the Herd let slip away. The Bisons held a slight edge in play for the bulk of the game (35-24 shot clock more or less reflected the flow), but were prone to sudden breakdowns. Yet another shorthanded goal against, which is a disturbing trend. The first period was nice, a 3-0 lead and a 12-5 lead in shots. The 2nd period started the same way. It seemed the Banjo-Cats were happy to curl up in a corner and play with some catnip. Both before and after the shorthanded goal the Bisons generated a lot of close calls. But once the Kittens were on the board, the tone of the game changed. Quick Summary 1st 18:14 MAN Adam Henry (8) ASST: Veloso & Skrumeda 1st 19:02 MAN Josh Tripp (3) ASST: Wasylak 1st 19:36 MAN Dylan Thiessen (5) ASST: Dalke & Carlson 2nd 09:43 REG Tate Coughlin (3) ASST: Eisler (SH) 2nd 11:51 REG Bryce Platt (1) ASST: Chaulk 2nd 18:26 REG Arthur Miller (5) ASST: Mickoski & Hicks 3rd 06:06 MAN Devon Skoleski (5) ASST: Jameson & Veloso 3rd 08:36 REG Tristan Frei (7) ASST: King (PP) There was one goal on ten shots in the shootout, with Connor Chaulk getting the winner for Regina. Brandon Holtby stopped 31 of 35 for the win, and Tyler Brown stopped 19 of 23 in the loss. Rematch is Saturday at 2:00 p.m. OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD CALGARY DINOSAURS 5 ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 2 Links: LeagueStat: Summary & tabs Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs Stories/boxscores/video: UofA : rp @UofC This was a nice bounce-back win for Bedrock U after two shutouts a week ago. Brodan Salmond got the win for the Dinos, with 29 saves. Brendan Burke stopped 14 of 15 shots for the loss. Clearly, goaltending is the potential achilles heel for the Evil Monkeys. MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 3 LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 2 (in overtime) Links: LeagueStat: Summary & tabs Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs Stories/boxscores/video: UofL : rp @MRU* The Hørny Ønes were within 3 seconds of a surprise victory but, alas, they ran out of Viagra. The Bluegars showed some resolve in fighting back in this one. The game was tightly contested for two periods before the Bluegars exploded in the 3rd period, with 19 shots. Jack Burgart was equal to the task in the Lethbridge net, and stopped 44 of 47 shots in the loss. MRU were led by Keegan Iverson's two goals and Riley Morris, who stopped 24 shots for the win. U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 2 SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 3 Links: LeagueStat: Summary & tabs Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs Stories/boxscores/video: UofS : rp @UBC* The Banjo-Mutts are the CW's hottest team right now, but the T-irds gave them all they could handle. This loss has to sting. With just over a minute left, Sask scored shorthanded to deprive UBC of at least a point. This was costly because it allowed Regina to pull even with them in the standings. OUT EAST Fri Jan 24 Dalhousie 1 New Brunswick 5 Fri Jan 24 St. F.X. 4 Moncton 2 Fri Jan 24 Acadia 8 UPEI 5 Fri Jan 24 McGill 5 RMC 3 Fri Jan 24 Guelph 4 York 3 (ot) Fri Jan 24 Laurentian 1 Ontario Tech 5 Fri Jan 24 Lakehead 1 Windsor 8 Fri Jan 24 Ottawa 2 Queen's 3 (so) Links: ➤ [USp/CIS Presto S&R] ➤ [OUA LS Daily] ➤ [AUS S&R]

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