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  1. Aug 12: ROSTER LINKS We should be getting roster pages uploaded as the next phase in the off-season as players officially re-enroll. Thius far, no CW has a 2018-19 roster page. I have the links to roster pages here for future reference. Links: ► [Alberta Roster] ► [Calgary Roster] ► [Lethbridge Roster] ► [Manitoba Roster] ► [Mount Royal Roster] ► [Regina Roster] ► [Saskatchewan Roster] ► [UBC Roster]
  2. Aug 8: LISOWAY GOING PRO Quintin Lisoway is leaving after two years to join former Bison teammate Shaq Merasty with the Rapid City Rush of the ECHL. Since the Bisons are laden with forwards, this loss won't hurt too badly. His stats were Cy Young-like, 11 goals and 3 assists last year. So who all is coming back? This is the last thing we find out every year. No team has a 2018-19 roster page up yet. At Elite Prospects, the only returning player to be listed is defenceman Blake Heinrich. It is always great news to see returning defencemen, especially those from the WHL. With pre-season just two weeks away, my hope is that we'll see a Bison roster, or at least a tour roster, up soon. Links: ► [Elite Prospects - Quintin Lisoway] ► [Elite Prospects - Manitoba Bisons] ► [Rapid City Rush - Tweet]
  3. Aug 7: ANASTAS IS OFF TO SOUTH CAROLINA Spiros Anastas is off to be the head coach of the South Carolina Stingrays of the ECHL, farm team to the Washington Capitals and Hershey Bears. They had been coached by Ryan Warsofsky, who got an AHL job in Charlotte. No further word on a replacement for the Hørny Ones. Links: ► [SCS Press Release: Spiros Anastas Named Stingrays Head Coach] ► [Post & Courier: South Carolina Stingrays’ next head coach will be Spiros Anastas] ► [Post & Courier: South Carolina Stingrays coach Ryan Warsofsky leaving for AHL’s Charlotte Checkers] ► [Live 5 News: Spiros Anastas Named Stingrays Head Coach] ► [ECHL.com: Anastas named Stingrays head coach]
  4. Aug 3: THE HŎRNY ONES NEED A COACH I wasn't expecting much in new news as we head into the long weekend, but instead there is shocking news from Lethbridge. The Hørny Ones are in the market for a new head coach because Spiros Anastas has tendered his resignation. Despite hosting the University Cup this year, the team is now having to find a new coach at the last minute. This might also explain the slow rumour mill on new acquisitions for the Hørny Ones. I have searched high and low but don't see where Anastas is going. Before Lethbridge, he was an assistant with Grand Rapids in the AHL. In four seasons since taking the helm from Greg Gatto, Anastas had a spotty record. They were in a prime position to make a playoff run last year but folded in sthe stretch to finish 7th yet again. Anastas has not devoted full time to the Horns. In his first two seasons, he also worked with South Korea and in the last two seasons he has helped out with Estonia, not to mention Alberta youth squads. Here's Anastas's record with Lethbridge: 2015 05-23-0 10 8th 2016 11-15-2 24 7th 2017 11-14-3 25 7th 2018 09-16-3 21 7th (got 2 points for Calgary forfeit) So was Anastas mailing it in this off-season? Does that explain the lack of recruits for the U-Cup host team? Or did he jump ship after failing to land some quality recruits he wanted? Did the UofL issue an ultimatum? Did the UofL try to convince him to stay? Or are they ticked off? Lots of questions and speculation. Meanwhile, the Regina Cougars have added their pre-season games. The games are: Sep 14 Saskatchewan at Regina Sep 15 S.A.I.T. (ACAC) at Regina Sep 20 York v Regina (in Lumsden) Sep 22 Regina at Manitoba Since the Bisons are in Regina for the tournament on Sep 14-15, I infer that the Bisons will be facing S.A.I.T. on Sep 14 and Saskatchewan on Sep 15. Unless, of course, somebody like Lethbridge is also included in the tournament. The York game on Sep 20 is odd. What's happening for the previously announced Bison home game against Regina on Sep 21? The Banjo Cats likely won't be coming. Will York come instead? They have yet to announce a schedule. The Belfast Giants announced two signings of AHLers, Kyle Baun and Francis Beauvillier. Baun was with the Toronto Marlies and Berauvillier was with the Manitoba Moose. Previously, Beauvillier played for the UNB Varsity Reds of the AUS. Also, Kendall McFaull (recruited from Sask) will be wearing #27 in honour of the late Troy Gasper, deceased in a vehicle collision. Over at CUSN the Tuesday Morning Skate was delayed to Thursday. It runs down the recruiting news, including the blue-chip 6-pack of recruits at St. F.X. The only new part from a CW perspective is the news that Colton Bobyk will not be on his way to the Town of Bedrock. The Dinos announced him a year ago and he had to red-shirt last year. Links: ► [UofL: Anastas resigns as Pronghorns coach] ► [Victor Findlay's Tweet] ► [Wikia: Lethbridge Pronghorns Page] ► [Elite Prospects: Spiros Anastas] ► [Elite Prospects - Greg Gatto] ► [Regina Cougars Schedule] ► [Belfast Giants announce double signing as Kyle Baun and Francis Beauvillier agree deals] ► [Giants #27 Jersey To Be Worn In Memory Of Troy Gasper] ► [Thursday Morning Skate: August 2nd, 2018]
  5. Aug 1: UBC SCHEDULING, PLAYER MOVEMENT IN BANJOLAND Welcome to August! This is the month where the Bisons will start playing hockey again. Finally! No news from the Bisons, but there is some news from elsewhere. First, the UBC T-irds have updated their schedule to include exhibition games. However, they did not include the Sep 7-8 games announced by the Evil Monkeys to be played in Penticton. The announced games are: Sep 14 N.A.I.T. (ACAC) at U.B.C. Sep 15 N.A.I.T. (ACAC) at U.B.C. Sep 21 Simon Fraser (BCIHL) at U.B.C. The Regina Cougars have a new recruit, but not announced by them. Keith Anderson's commitment was announced by the Battlefords North Stars on Twitter. The right winger previously played in the WHL where he had 1 goal and 5 assists in 46 games. In 43 games in the SJHL he was 18-20-38. Meanwhile, the doghouse continues to empty up the road in Saskatown. The Rosetown Redwings have landed another defenceman, Jordan Fransoo, from the Saskatchewan Huskies. He had used up 4 years of eligibility. Links: ► [UBC Team Schedule] ► [Battlefords North Stars Twitter] ► [Elite Prospects - Keith ANderson] ► [Rosetown Redwings Twitter] ► [Elite Prospects - Jordan Fransoo] ► [Allan Cup Hockey West]
  6. July 30: THE NEWS CONTINUES TO TRICKLE IN There are a couple of links coming in now, from sources outside the CW. The Alberta Golden Bears and Manitoba Bisons remain the only CW teams with non-conference games on their schedule and no team has a 2018-19 roster page. The UBC Thunderbirds are the only team to have made official recruiting announcements. So what news is there? First, Bison pre-season opponent Belfast Giants have re-signed their captain, Blair Riley. He's a 32-year-old Canadian boy who peaked at the AHL before heading to Europe. This will be his 3rd season over there. Second, Red Deer College and the ACAC schedules have announced that the Red Deer Kings will visit the Lethbridge Pronghorns on Sept 7-8. Other sources have the 'Horns off to Lakehead Sept 21-22, starting the regular season against UBC on Sept 28-29, then going to the States Oct 6-7 to wrap their non-conference season. That just leaves Sept 14-15 empty, and Edmonton and Regina appear to be hosting events that same weekend. Third, Monkey graduate Jamie Crooks is off to the EIHL. He will just miss the Bisons because he's playing for the Guildford Flames. Links: ► [ITV: Blair Riley returns to captain Belfast Giants] ► [Elite Prospects - Blair Riley] ► [Red Deer College Schedule] ► [ACAC Schedule] ► [Flames Add Offence with Crooks]
  7. July 27: A FEW LINKS TO END THE WEEK The Bison website posted a story which contained nothing new and had errors. The story points out the Bison trip to the UK, which is accurate, and says they'll play in England and Northern Ireland, which is accurate, but omits their game in Scotland! No haggis for the author! It also says the team record was 17-14 last year. I don't know how they get that. The records were: Conference record: 16-10-2 Non-conference record: 4-4-1 Playoff record: 0-2-0 Overall record: 20-16-3 The story also has the regular season starting in Calgary on October 5th, when in fact it starts one week earlier on September 28th. Also, the team schedule has the opening tour game on August 22nd, but the Manchester Storm have it scheduled for August 21st. There is one fewer Mutt in the doghouse. Defenceman MacKenzie Johnston is going back to the Rosetown Redwings after one season in Saskatown. He played for Mount Royal in 2014-15 and 2015-16, redshirted for a season (where he played for Rosetown), then went to Saskatchewan last year. The Ottawa Gee-Gees have no schedule page on their site. They are the only team in USports which links to their conference site for their team schedule. That schedule has just one game (Sept 22 against St. F.X.), but their Twitter announced two games in the Big Lemon, against Ryerson on Sept 14 and Toronto on Sept 15. Episode 9 of the on-line radio show of Breakin News 'N Crackin Brews is up, but I haven't heard it yet. Links: ► [Bison Men’s Hockey Team heading to the UK] ► [MacKenzie Johnston - Elite Prospects] ► [Rosetown Tweet] ► [Ottawa Gee-Gees Team Site] ► [Ottawa Team Schedule at OUA.ca] ► [Ottawa Twitter Announcement] ► [Breakin News 'N Crackin Brews: Ep. 9]
  8. July 23: BISONS ADD A GAME The Bison schedule has been updated with an additional exhibition game on Sunday, October 7th in Omaha against the UNO Mavericks. That makes for a double-header that weekend, following a Saturday night game in Grand Forks against the UND Fighting Hawks. I do not see any space for more games for the Bisons this season, unless they add something in the Christmas/New Year's season. The updated Bison schedule is now like this: Aug 21 Manitoba at Manchester Storm (EIHL) Aug 23 Manitoba at Fife Flyers (EIHL) Aug 25 Manitoba at Belfast Giants (EIHL) Aug 26 Manitoba at Belfast Giants (EIHL) Sep 14 Manitoba v TBD (in Regina) Sep 15 Manitoba v TBD (in Regina) Sep 21 Regina at Manitoba (MTS Iceplex) Sep 22 Regina at Manitoba Oct 06 Manitoba at North Dakota (NCAA) Oct 07 Manitoba at Nebraska-Omaha (NCAA) Note that regular season games will be played September 28-29 in the Town of Bedrock against the Dinos. Links: ► [Manitoba Bisons - Schedule] ► [UNO Team Site] ► [UND Schedule] MRU now has the 2018-19 team schedule posted, but without exhibition games. From what other teams have posted, we have these three exhibition games: Sep 15 Mount Royal at Alberta Oct 06 Mount Royal at Minnesota State (NCAA) Oct 07 Mount Royal at St. Cloud State (NCAA) The team also had the only recruiting announcement of the week, coming from the Okotoks Oilers' Twitter. Goaltender Riley Morris has been added to the lineup. Also, from the MRU site we have this announcement: Links: ► [MRU Cougars - Schedule] (regular season only) ► [Okotoks Oilers Tweet] ► [Higgins joins staff for U SPORTS Women's Hockey All-Star team]
  9. July 18: UK TOUR: BACKGROUND ON MANCHESTER STORM The Bisons will start their exhibition schedule in the home of more top-notch bands than any city in the world. When you think of Manchester you think of the Buzzcocks, Joy Division/New Order, The Smiths, Oasis, and The Stone Roses. And if that isn't enough there's always James, Inspiral Carpets, Happy Mondays, and The Charlatans. I could post a video link for a classic Manchester tune every day until the game! There are/were a lot of USports/CIS grads on the Storm roster. Shane Bakker (C) and Matt Stanisz (D) were with Carleton (Bakker from 2008-09 to 2012-13 and Stanisz from 2011-12 to 2014-15). Felix-Antoine Poulin (D) was with St. Thomas from 2011-12 through 2014-15. Linden Springer (D) was with Lakehead in 2015-16 and 2016-17. Former Bison Taylor Dickin also played for the Storm in 2016-17, but split last year between the Dundee Stars (EIHL) and Birmingham Bulls (SPHL). Hockey in Manchester has been up and down, going back and forth between Britain's first and second tier leagues, and rotating between the Storm and Phoenix franchises. At one time, they drew a crowd of over 17,000 to a game, then had to fold a couple years later. Seems expense management is the problem. They now play in a small rink of 2,400 capacity, called the Altrincham Ice Dome. Altrincham Ice Dome - current home holds 2,400. Manchester Arena - over 17,000 fans at this game. Links: ► [Manchester Storm Team Site] ► [Wikipedia] ► [Facebook] : [Event] ► [Twitter] ► [Elite Prospects] ► [Manchester Storm EIHL Stats Page] ► [YouTube Channel] ► [Highlights; Manchester v Fife (2018)] ► [Highlights; Manchester v Fife (2016)] ► [Manchester Hockey History] CUSN had another Tuesday Morning Skate this week. It goes over the recruiting announcements previously reported. In other news, Ian McNulty has finally escaped Regina and is off to the Tulsa Oilers of the ECHL. Links: ► [Tuesday Morning Skate: July 17th, 2018] ► [Ian McNulty - Elite Prospects] ► [Elite Prospects - USports Transactions]
  10. July 15: UK TOUR: BACKGROUND ON FIFE FLYERS With the schedule changes on the Bison UK Tour, I posted a few links last week. Now it's time to give some more background on the newly announced Bison opponents, starting with the Fife Flyers. As mentioned, they are celebrating 80 years of operation this year and are the UK's oldest franchise. They also returned to the upper echelons of UK hockey in 2011, the same season as the Winnipeg Jets returned to the NHL. Also, two former Jets, Doug Smail and Laurie Boschman, also played for the Flyers. In almost 2 seasons (1993-94 and 1994-95) Smail had 82 goals and 89 assists in 56 games before being dealt to Cardiff. Meanwhile, Boschman played just 7 games in 1994-95 and scored 9 goals and 9 assists. In those seasons, the Flyers were in the BHL, a forerunner league to the new and improved EIHL. You might think Smail dominated the league. But he was second on his team in scoring, and 8th in the league. British legend Tony Hand won the scoring title with 72 goals and 150 assists in 44 games. On the Flyers, Mark Morrison had 78 goals and 77 assists. (He played 10 games over two seasons with the Rangers.) Current EIHL stats numbers are no longer so gawdy. The scoring leader last year had 83 points in 56 games. This is also their arena's 80th season. It is used for all hockey, curling, and ice skating in the area. I saw pictures of the ice and it has curling houses painted onto it. There are some interesting vintage photos out there. One I liked is the one of their old clock (below). Anybody remember the old Chicago Stadium? British hockey is a hodge-podge of different competitions. Although the Flyers were mid-pack a year ago (7th of 12 teams, 33-21-2 record), they did win the "Gardiner Conference", in which the Scottish teams played. They also consider the "champion" to be the best team over the regular season. The Flyers came on in the less-prestigious playoffs and finished 4th in the final tournament where they end with something like the Frozen Four or Memorial Cup. I also found some video highlights of past games between the Manchester Storm and Fife Flyers. Links: ► [Fife Flyers Team Site] ► [Wikipedia] ► [Facebook] ► [Twitter] ► [Elite Prospects] ► [Fife Flyers EIHL Stats Page] ► [YouTube Channel] ► [Highlights; Manchester v Fife (2018)] ► [Highlights; Manchester v Fife (2016)] ► [Doug Smail - Elite Prospects] ► [Laurie Boschman - Elite Prospects]
  11. July 13: SCHEDULING CHANGES, AND BIG RECRUITS ON THE COAST Bison Zach Franko was on the CUSN's radio show "Breakin News 'n Crackin Brews". Amongst the topics was an update to the UK tour. Instead of facing the Glasgow Clan, they will instead face the Manchester Storm and Fife Flyers. And Franko will not be making the trip because he is taking summer courses. I dug up some links (see below). The game in Manchester will be on August 21st. Manchester had a team called the "Storm" from 1995 to 2003, and then a team called the "Phoenix" from 2003 to 2017. Their teams were back and forth between Britain's top and 2nd tier leagues as those changed over time. The Storm were back in the EIHL in 2015-16 and improved each year so that they were 35-16-5 last year. The Fife Flyers will host the Bisons on August 23rd as part of their 80th anniversary festivities. They have operated since 1938 and are Britain's oldest hockey team. The returned to the top tier EIHL the same year as the Winnipeg Jets returned to the NHL, 2011. The team has steadily been on the rise, going from last in 2011 to mid-table in 2017-18. The T-irds landed two big names, both forwards. Steven Hodges last played for San Antonio and Portland in th AHL and Cincinatti and Manchester in the ECHL. He was a 3rd round draft pick for the Florida Panthers. He has not played since 2015-16, and had three 20+ goal seasons in the WHL with the Victoria Royals. Colton Kehler comes from the Edmonton Oil Kings of the WHL. He's coming off a 30+ goal season in the WHL, after two seasons of 17 and 18. The UPEI Panthers and McGill Redmen have both added their exhibition games to their posted schedules: Sep 14 Moncton at U.P.E.I. Sep 22 Dalhousie at U.P.E.I. Sep 14 New Brunswick at McGill Sep 15 New Brunswick at McGill Sep 26 McGill at U.Q.T.R. Sep 28 R.M.C. at McGill Links: ► [Breakin News 'N Crackin Brews: Ep. 8] ► ManchesterStorm.com: [#4Nations – Welcome to University of Manitoba Bisons!] ► [Manchester Storm EIHL Stats Page] ► FifeFlyers.co.uk: [Fife Flyers Add Manitoba to Preseason Schedule] ► [Fife Flyers EIHL Stats Page] ► [Steven Hodges, Colton Kehler join the T-Birds] ► [UPEI Schedule] ► [McGill Schedule]
  12. July 12: BISON RECRUITS FROM MJHL The MJHL website has a linked story on their connections to the Bison recruiting class. No new names were disclosed. Coach Mike Sirant is quoted as claiming that 60% of the roster once played in the MJHL. Seems correct, albeit many of those also played WHL. The story goes over past Bisons as well, and points out that Kevin Saurette, a one time CW all-star, is now the MJHL's Director of Operations. This quote has some new information of interest: Links: ► [Strong Bond Continues with the University of Manitoba Bisons and the MJHL]
  13. July 10: U.B.C. RECRUITS ANOTHER FROM THE W.H.L. The T-irds announced a commitment from Maxwell James, from the Tri-City Americans of the WHL. He's a big winger with low scoring numbers. However, this is a team perennially short of size and toughness. If he shores up those problems, he'll be a welcome addition. Also, the UBC schedule is now consistent with Lethbridge's and the league's, in that their opening series is shown as Sept 28-29 instead of Oct 5-6. Links: ► [Maxwell James joins the Blue & Gold] ► [Maxwell James - Elite Prospects] ► [UBC Schedule]
  14. July 9: LOOKING AT THE PRE-SEASON The news has slowed down, and is likely to pick up when the CW teams get together with the WHL to announce commitments. The one thing I am looking for now is confirmation of the pre-season schedules. Here's what the CW has right now: Aug 22 Manitoba at Glasgow Clan (EIHL) Aug 25 Manitoba at Belfast Giants (EIHL) Aug 26 Manitoba at Belfast Giants (EIHL) Sep 07 Alberta at U.B.C. Sep 07 MacEwan (ACAC) at Calgary Sep 08 Alberta at U.B.C. Sep 08 Calgary at MacEwan (ACAC) Sep 14 Manitoba v TBD (in Regina) Sep 15 Manitoba v TBD (in Regina) Sep 21 Lethbridge at Lakehead Sep 21 Regina at Manitoba (MTS Iceplex) Sep 22 Lethbridge at Lakehead Sep 22 Regina at Manitoba Oct 06 Lethbridge at Western Michigan (NCAA) Oct 06 Manitoba at North Dakota (NCAA) Oct 06 Mount Royal at Minnesota State (NCAA) Oct 07 Lethbridge at Ferris State (NCAA) Manitoba and Alberta are thus far the only CW teams with exhibitions on their team schedules. And Alberta just added their UBC weekend. The regular season starts Sept 28-29, and is then followed by a conference bye week to accommodate the NCAA weekend. If I were to guess how the teams will fill-in-the-blanks, this is what I surmise: 1. Regina always hosts multiple teams, in a quasi-tournament format. Since Regina and Manitoba play the following weekend in Manitoba, they usually don't face each other in Regina. My suspicion is that two or three other teams will join in on Sept 14-15 and the likely candidates are Saskatchewan, Calgary, and Lethbridge. 2. The weekend after Regina generally features the Brick Invitational in Edmonton. Accordingly I look for Alberta, Mount Royal, Calgary and at least one other CW or ACAC team to be there on Sept 21-22. 3. The ACAC schedule was my source of information for the match-up between MacEwan and Calgary. MacEwan has won the ACAC the last two seasons, and are members of the CW in other sports. They usually don't participate in interlocking games with the CW, however. This is a positive development IMO. 4. Alberta's CW teams will likely be adding a fair number of games against ACAC teams. In recent years Alberta has started the season early against UA-Augustana, and Lethbridge has faced Red Deer. NAIT and SAIT are frequently opponents as well. Since Mount Royal left the ACAC for the CW they have avoided (or been avoided by) ACAC teams. It's about time for that to change. 5. UBC has hosted Ontario teams the last two years, but this year it is Alberta headed to the left coast. My guess is that UBC will follow with games against BCIHL teams again. I hope they play Trinity Western because they are CW members in other sports and won the BCIHL title last year. They could also be at the Brick Invitational. 6. A southern Alberta team usually heads down for a Colorado triple-header weekend against Air Force, Colorado College, and Denver. The early sources for such games are usually the NCAA links (see below). I see that Colorado College is off to Alaska that weekend, however. Denver does not play until Nov 2nd, and Air Force's schedule is on 2017-18. 7. Mount Royal is not likely traveling to Minnesota for just one game, so I suspect at least one more game to be added there. Otherwise, it looks like a light year for NCAA games. 8. I suspect that lots of teams will not play at all Sept 7-8, but everybody will play on Sept 14-15 and Sept 21-22. Links: ► [Alberta Schedule] ► [Manitoba Schedule] ► [Calgary Schedule] ► [Lethbridge Schedule] ► [Mount Royal Schedule] ► [Regina Schedule] ► [Saskatchewan Schedule] ► [UBC Schedule] ► [ACAC Schedule] ► [USCHO NCAA Schedule] ► [CHN NCAA Schedule] After the Braehead Clan became the Glasgow Clan, they have been active with YouTube clips. I have the links! Links: ► [The Clan YouTube Channel] ► [We are the Glasgow Clan!] ► [Glasgow Clan Rebrand]
  15. July 6: UBC GETS A GOALIE The T-irds have made it official - They have a commitment from goaltender Patrick Dea. He played for the Tri-City Americans of the WHL, after having played several seasons for the Edmonton Oil Kings. In 47 games he was 22-14-0, 3.17 GAA, and .913 S%. Will he be a good replacement for Matt Hewitt? Last year, Hewitt was 12-5-1, 2.85 GAA, .920 S%. That was well above the performance of his back-up, the returning Rylan Toth, who was 2-7-0, 3.79 GAA, .882 S%. Time will tell. Links: ► [Patrick Dea enters UBC’s net] ► [Patrick Dea - Elite Prospects] ► [Patrick Dea - IHDB] ► [LeagueStat - UBC Goaltending] ► [LeagueStat - Matt Hewitt (career)] ► [LeagueStat - Rylan Toth (career)]

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