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    2015-16 Mantoba Bisons/CIS Thread

    CIS BOOKMARKS

    The Bisons and the entire Canada West have been slow on spring news so far. The Bisons have not announced any recruits, however the MJHL has announced two recruits. I will put that in post #2.

    The traditional post #1 has all the bookmarks you need to follow CIS hockey. I will update this post throughout the season. URLs often change.

    League Sites:
    CIS Men's Hockey Site - Tw - FB
    ... sub-links : Standings : Schedule/Results : Playoffs : U-Cup
    Canada West Men's Hockey Site - Tw - FB
    ... sub-links : Schedule/Results/Links : History and Records : Media Stats
    OUA Men's Hockey Site - Tw - FB
    ... sub-links : Schedule/Results
    AUS Men's Hockey Site - Tw - FB
    ... sub-links : Schedule/Results
    ACAC Men's Hockey Site
    BCIHL Site

    Canada West Team Sites:
    Alberta Golden Bears - Tw - FB
    Calgary Dinos - Tw - FB
    Lethbridge Pronghorns - Tw - FB
    Manitoba Bisons - Tw - FB
    Mount Royal Cougars - Tw - FB
    Regina Cougars - Tw - FB
    Saskatchewan Huskies - main - Tw - FB
    UBC Thunderbirds - Tw - FB

    Media Sites/Blogs:
    SportsNet CIS Page - SNU
    TSN CIS Page
    CISblog.ca
    Canadian University Press
    MyToba.ca
    ChrisD.ca
    Manitoba Hockey News
    Winnipeg Hockey Talk
    Independent Sports News
    UNBHockeyFans.com
    Hockey Scene - AUS
    STUTommies.com
    AcadiaAxemenHockey.com
    RedmenHockey.com (McGill)
    Boxscore News - CIS Hockey Page

    Online video/audio:
    CanadaWest.tv - Stretch Internet link
    CIS-SIC.tv
    AUSTV.ca
    OUA.tv
    CITR.ca - UBC radio
    Rock 94 FM - Lakehead away games
    UMFM.com - occasional Bison games
    SSN Canada

    Canada West stats and data:
    CW LeagueStats - Standings
    CW LeagueStats - Daily Schedule
    CW LeagueStats - Rosters
    CW LeagueStats - Skaters' Stats
    CW LeagueStats - Goalies' Stats
    CW LeagueStats - Team Schedules

    Stats:
    Elite Prospects : CIS Page - individual player stats on everybody
    Internet Hockey Data Base (IHDB) : CWUAA Page - like Elite Prospects
    Old Bison Site - Schedule/Results - with links to stories and summaries from 2004-05 to 2007-08
    CIS Stats and Rosters - 2004-05 to 2008-09 links dead
    CIS Stats - 2009-10 to 2013-14
    CIS Schedule/Results - 2004-05 to 2008-09 links dead
    CIS Schedule/Results - 2009-10 to 2013-14
    CIS Playoff Schedule/Results - 2004-05 to 2008-09 links dead
    CIS Playoff Schedule/Results - 2010 to 2014
    AUS Schedule/Results - 2012-13 to 2014-15
    AUS Archive
    OUA LeagueStat
    ACAC LeagueStat
    Bob Adams' Archives - CIS hockey from 1995-96 to 2008-09
    Wikia - University Cup - 1963-present
    Wikia - Canada West - 1972-73 - present
    Wikia - GPAC - 1972-73 - 1984-85
    Wikia - WIAA - 1962-63 - 1971-72
    Wikia - WCIAU - 1918-19 - 1961-62
    Wikia - OUA/OUAA - 1971-72 - present
    Wikia - QUAA - 1971-72 - 1986-87
    Wikia - OSLC - 1949-50 - 1970-71 (Ottawa St. Lawrence Conference)
    Wikia - OIAA - 1964-65 - 1970-71 (Ontario Intercollegiate Athletic Association)
    Wikia - QOAA - 1953-54 - 1970-71 (Quebec-Ontario Athletic Association)
    Wikia - CIAU - 1902-03 - 1952-53 (CIAU Central)
    Wikia - AUS/AUAA/AIAA/MIAA - 1920-present

    AUS Team Sites:
    Acadia Axemen
    Dalhousie Tigers
    Moncton Aigles Bleus- Google Translate
    New Brunswick Varsity Reds
    UPEI Panthers
    St. Francis-Xavier X-men
    Saint Mary's Huskies
    St. Thomas Tommies

    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
    Ottawa Geegees
    Queen's Golden Gaels
    RMC Palladins
    UOIT Ridgebacks

    RSEQ (OUA-East) Team Sites:
    Concordia Stingers
    McGill Redmen
    UQTR Patriotes

    ACAC Team Sites:
    Augustana Vikings
    Briercrest Clippers
    Concordia Thunder
    Keyano Huskies
    MacEwan Griffins
    NAIT Ooks
    Portage Voyageurs
    Red Deer Kings
    SAIT Trojans

    BCIHL Team Sites:
    Eastern Washington Eagles
    Selkirk Saints
    Simon Fraser Clan - Tw
    Trinity Western Spartans
    Victoria Vikings

    Old threads:
    OHT34 2009-10
    OHT34 2010-11
    OHT34 2011-12
    OHT35 2012-13
    OHT36 2013-14
    OHT36 2014-15
    CIS Playoff Formats
    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

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    May 25: Time for a New Thread



    Although the Stanley Cup playoffs are still going strong, it is summertime in the world of CIS hockey. There has been a steady stream of commitments announced out east, but next to nothing in the CW. In fact, nothing official from anybody so far.

    In the upcoming weeks we will hear of new recruits. My usual caveats are: You also have to verify who is eligible to return but has nevertheless left school. And sometimes a graduated player decides to re-enrol and play another year. So before we know which teams are better than last year, and which are worse than last year, we need all information before us.

    Nevertheless, in the CW we have to assume that the dominating defending national champions from Saudi Alberta will be tough to beat. They should lose many players. However they will no doubt scoop up a collection of WHL grads to replace departing players.

    The usual main challengers are Manitoba, Calgary, and Saskatchewan. All three will need to recruit well to challenge Alberta.

    Developing programs in MRU and UBC will have to show that they can sustain what they did in 2014-15. Regina has been treading water for several seasons now. Lethbridge has a long way to go before they could enter the Christmas break within striking distance of a playoff berth.

    In any event, through the MJHL website I caught word that two more Winnipeg Blues would be joining the Herd.

    Liam Bilton - F - Winnipeg (MJHL)

    - Rarely do you see a recruit who once played high school hockey. Bilton played for St. Paul's and had a brief playoff stint with the Twins in the MMJHL after high school season was over in his grad year. He then went on to play 3 seasons for the Blues. He has steadily improved, to the point of being a point-per-game player. At 6'4" and 198 lbs., he would seem to be a lanky kid who needs to fill out a bit.

    Links:
    [MJHL Story]
    [Elite Prospects] : [IHDB] : [Wikia]
    [Winnipeg Blues Profile]


    Brett Brooks - LW/C - Winnipeg (MJHL), Moose Jaw (WHL)

    - Brooks was the captain of the Blues in 2014-15, which should make him fit in with the host of current Bisons who wore letters in junior hockey. At 6' and 192 lbs. he is a mid-size player. He went from midget to the WHL and then returned home while still midget-eligible in 2012-13. He only scored 4 goals for the Blues that year, but has steadily improved to 23-39-62 in 58 games in 2014-15.

    Links:
    [MJHL Story]
    [Elite Prospects] : [IHDB] : [Wikia]
    [Moose Jaw Warriors Profile]


    Other Bison News

    Graduate Taylor Dickin has signed to play for the Edinburgh Capitals in the EIHL. Earlier, Darren Bestland signed for the Wichita Thunder of the ECHL, where Ian Duval signed on mid-season.
    Links: [Edinburgh Press Release] : [Wichita Press Release]

    While no league schedule is expected any time soon, UND has announced that they will host the Bisons on Saturday, October 3rd.
    Link: [UND Schedule]

    I wonder if the Bisons v Moose series will continue. They have played 6 times and the Moose won 4 and the Bisons won 2.

    OTHER NEWS


    On June 15th the Monkeys will have a banquet where one and all will share a few bananas with legendary coach Clare Drake. Also, they will visit the new NCAA Div I team at Arizona State on December 4th and 5th.
    Links: [U of A Story] : [ASU Schedule]


    Three key Dinos have left the Town of Bedrock to pursue pro careers, including their two main goaltenders. Kris Lazaruk signed a deal to start for the Bakersfield Condors of the ECHL. Jacob DeSerres and defenceman Kodie Curran signed ATo deals with the San Antonio Ramoage of the AHL.
    Link: [U of C Story]


    MRU has issued an on-line version of their Summit program which promotes university hockey.
    Link: [MRU Story]


    With Mike Babcock in the news, there has been some attention being paid to his days coaching the Horny Ones to a University Cup. That team was in danger of folding then went 19-7-2. That was 21 years ago. At least the program still exists.
    Link: [Our Windsor Story]

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    Bisons to Face Thunderwolves



    The Lakehead Thunderwolves have announced that they will be hosting the Manitoba Bisons on the weekend of September 25-26 for a pair of games. It is about time that these teams meet up. The Bisons used to travel to Thunder Bay for a Christmas tournament or two game series every year.

    Here is Lakehead's schedule:

    Fri, Sep 25 7:00 VS MANITOBA BISONS*
    Sat, Sep 26 7:00 VS MANITOBA BISONS*

    Fri, Oct 2 7:00 VS LAURENTIAN VOYAGEURS*
    Sat, Oct 3 2:00 VS LAURENTIAN VOYAGEURS*
    Sun, Oct 4 6:00 at Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs*

    Fri, Oct 16 7:00 at UQTR Patriotes
    Sat, Oct 17 4:00 at UQTR Patriotes

    Fri, Oct 23 7:00 VS QUEEN'S GOLDEN GAELS
    Sat, Oct 24 7:00 VS QUEEN'S GOLDEN GAELS

    Fri, Oct 30 7:00 at McGill Redmen
    Sat, Oct 31 5:00 at McGill Redmen

    Fri, Nov 6 7:00 VS NIPISSING LAKERS
    Sat, Nov 7 7:00 VS NIPISSING LAKERS

    Thu, Nov 12 7:00 at Western Ontario Mustangs
    Fri, Nov 13 7:00 at Western Ontario Mustangs

    Fri, Nov 20 7:30 at Windsor Lancers
    Sat, Nov 21 7:30 at Windsor Lancers

    Fri, Nov 27 7:00 VS TORONTO VARSITY BLUES
    Sat, Nov 28 7:00 VS TORONTO VARSITY BLUES

    Fri, Dec 4 7:15 at Brock Badgers
    Sat, Dec 5 7:00 at York Lions

    Tue, Dec 29 7:00 VS GUELPH GRYPHONS*
    Wed, Dec 30 7:00 VS GUELPH GRYPHONS*

    Fri, Jan 8 7:00 VS CARLETON RAVENS
    Sat, Jan 9 7:00 VS CARLETON RAVENS

    Fri, Jan 15 7:00 VS RYERSON RAMS
    Sat, Jan 16 7:00 VS RYERSON RAMS

    Fri, Jan 22 7:15 at Brock Badgers
    Sat, Jan 23 7:00 at York Lions

    Fri, Jan 29 7:00 VS WATERLOO WARRIORS
    Sat, Jan 30 7:00 VS WATERLOO WARRIORS

    Fri, Feb 5 7:30 at Guelph Gryphons
    Sat, Feb 6 7:30 at Guelph Gryphons

    Fri, Feb 12 7:00 VS LAURIER GOLDEN HAWKS
    Sat, Feb 13 7:00 VS LAURIER GOLDEN HAWKS

    Link: [L.U. Story]

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    June 15: The New Schedule Is Here!



    The Canada West schedule was released today (June 15). It starts a bit later than usual, leaving more room for non-conference games. Here is Manitoba's schedule:

    September
    Fri. 25 Manitoba at Lakehead 7:00 EDT (Exh)
    Sat. 26 Manitoba at Lakehead 7:00 EDT (Exh)

    October
    Sat. 3 Manitoba at North Dakota 7:07 PM CDT (Exh)
    Fri. 9 Regina at Manitoba 7:00 PM CDT
    Sat. 10 Regina at Manitoba 1:00 PM CDT
    Fri. 16 Manitoba at Mount Royal 7:00 PM MDT
    Sat. 17 Manitoba at Mount Royal 3:00 PM MDT
    Sat. 24 UBC at Manitoba 7:30 PM CDT
    Sun. 25 UBC at Manitoba 1:00 PM CDT
    Fri. 30 Manitoba at Calgary 7:00 PM MDT
    Sat. 31 Manitoba at Calgary 6:00 PM MDT

    November
    Fri. 6 Manitoba at Alberta 7:00 PM MST
    Sat. 7 Manitoba at Alberta 6:00 PM MST
    Fri. 13 Lethbridge at Manitoba 7:00 PM CST
    Sat. 14 Lethbridge at Manitoba 1:00 PM CST
    Fri. 20 Saskatchewan at Manitoba 7:00 PM CST
    Sat. 21 Saskatchewan at Manitoba 4:00 PM CST
    Thu. 26 Manitoba at Regina 7:00 PM CST
    Fri. 27 Manitoba at Regina 7:00 PM CST

    January
    Fri. 8 Alberta at Manitoba 7:00 PM CST
    Sat. 9 Alberta at Manitoba 4:00 PM CST
    Fri. 15 Mount Royal at Manitoba 7:00 PM CST
    Sat. 16 Mount Royal at Manitoba 1:00 PM CST
    Fri. 22 Manitoba at Lethbridge 7:00 PM MST
    Sat. 23 Manitoba at Lethbridge 1:00 PM MST
    Fri. 29 Manitoba at Saskatchewan 7:00 PM CST
    Sat. 30 Manitoba at Saskatchewan 7:00 PM CST

    February
    Fri. 5 Calgary at Manitoba 7:00 PM CST
    Sat. 6 Calgary at Manitoba 1:00 PM CST
    Fri. 12 Manitoba at UBC 7:00 PM PST
    Sat. 13 Manitoba at UBC 7:00 PM PST

    The Bisons will have their road trips against last year's top 3 opponents done by early November. If they can survive that they'll be set. If not, they could be behind the 8-ball early.

    The schedule has not been updated at GoBisons.ca. I hope they get some home exhibitions this year, preferably against somebody from outside the CW just to add some variety. The Saturday games are all afternoons. I generally don't like that. However, my son plays a lot of Saturday nights so I guess this may all work out.

    Links:
    [UND Schedule]
    [CW Schedule]
    [CW Story - by Evan Daum



    There is a smattering of news about NCAA exhibition games. Here is what I have so far:

    Oct. 3 Alberta at St. Cloud State
    Oct. 4 TBA at Minnesota State
    Oct. 4 Lakehead at Minnesota-Duluth

    Links:
    [USCHO Scheduling Links]
    [MSU Schedule]
    [UMD Schedule]
    [SCSU Schedule]




    Justin Hamonic - D - Tri-City (WHL)
    - This is still a rumoured acquisition. He is a defensive defenceman and was team captain for his last 2 of 4 seasons in Tri-City. He had 3 regular season goals and 2 playoff goals in those 4 seasons. At 6'4" and 209 lbs. He should be the latest in a long line of proficient Manitoba defencemen. He also went to the Alaska Aces after the end of the season on an ATO.

    Links:
    [Elite Prospects] : [IHDB] : [Wikia]
    [Tr-City Profile] : [WHL Profile]

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    June 17: The Rumour Mill



    The Bisons have one new recruit confrmed with a link and 4 more rumoured recruits, as noted by some of Hollywood's faithful followers.

    Jonah Wasylak - LW - Steinbach (MJHL)
    - At 6'3" and 210 lbs Wasylak will add some typical Manitoba size to the wing. He also chipped in 15 goals in 60 games at the MJHL level. He can also throw 'em. Check out the You Tube video. Pistons' fans liked this guy. His commitment was announced at the MJHL site.

    Links:
    [Elite Prospects] : [IHDB] : [Wikia]
    [MJHL Press Release] : [Steibach Online]
    [You Tube fight video]


    The rumoured recruits include 3 with WHL experience and one transfer from the NCAA.

    Adam Henry - D - Lethbridge/Seattle/Saskatoon/Portland (WHL)
    - He would be yet another Winnipeg boy coming home to play defence. Henry has an offensive up-side. He had 11 goals in 67 games, plus 5 more in 17 playoff games. He also once wore an "A" in Seattle before being dealt to Saskatoon.

    Links:
    [Elite Prospects] : [IHDB] : [Wikia]
    [WHL Profile] : [Shnarped Profile]


    Brett Stovin - RW - Saskatoon (WHL)/Missouri (ECHL)
    - The Bison shopping list was headed by the recruitment of a forward who could score. Stovin had 29 goals in the Dub last year and then 5 more in 8 games in an end-of-season stint in the ECHL. While in Saskatoon he took a few courses at the U of S, where he no doubt was happy to escape.

    Links:
    [Elite Prospects] : [IHDB] : [Wikia]
    [WHL Profile] : [Interlake Today]
    [You Tube fight video]


    Jordyn Boyd - LW - Everett/Kootenay (WHL)/Saints/Portage (MJHL)
    - Boyd is the younger brother of former NHLer Dustin Boyd. He returned home from the Dub to win a national title with the Portage Terriers. He had 30 goals in 50 games in the MJ, and another 6 goals in 12 playoff games. Dustin was born in Winnipeg but Jordyn suffered the humiliation of being born in Regina. The family then had the good sense to return to Manitoba for Jordyn's minor hockey. Phew.

    Links:
    [Elite Prospects] : [IHDB] : [Wikia]
    [WHL Profile] : [Terrier Profile]
    [You Tube fight video]


    Hudson Friesen - LW - Alaska-Anchorage (NCAA)/Selkirk (MJHL)
    - This Selkirk Steeler grad is coming back after 2 seasons way up north in Alaska. The new CIS rules mean he does not have to red-shirt for a season. In his last 2 seasons at Selkirk he scored 61 goals in 116 games. At the UAA he never had much ice time, which could be his reason for leaving.

    Links:
    [Elite Prospects] : [IHDB] : [Wikia]
    [UAA Profile] : [Manitoba Hockey News]


    BISON ROSTER

    One always has to remember that not everybody who is eligible to return will do so, for a variety of reasons. I would expect a 3rd goaltender to be recruited and there is usually also a late addition. Anyhow, here are the returnees along with additions and deletions.

    Goaltenders

    Eligible to return:
    1 Byron Spriggs
    34 Deven Dubyk

    Defencemen

    Eligible to return:
    2 Channing Bresciani
    3 Josh Elmes
    5 Lee Christensen
    6 Luke Paulsen
    9 Rene Hunter
    12 Brock Sutherland
    28 Kyle Rous

    Recruits:
    * Justin Hamonic
    * Adam Henry

    Graduate from 2014-15:
    22 Darren Bestland

    Forwards

    Eligible to return:
    10 Brett Dudar
    15 Chad Robinson
    16 Jesse Paradis
    17 Warren Callis
    18 Dylan Kelly
    23 Joel Schreyer
    24 Justin Augert
    25 Shaquille Merasty
    27 Jordan DePape
    29 Dustin Bruyere
    - Colin Mospanchuk

    Recruits:
    * Brett Brooks
    * Liam Bilton
    * Brett Stovin
    * Jordyn Boyd
    * Jonah Wasylak
    * Hudson Friesen

    Graduates from 2014-15:
    8 Jory Coates
    20 Aaron Lewadniuk
    21 Taylor Dickin

    Link:
    [LeagueStat Team Stats 2014-15]


    ELSEWHERE


    - The H0rny Ones have added 12 new players. That would be a major turnover for the league's cellar-dwellers. They got 7 players with WHL experience, 2 NCAA transfers, and 3 were Junior A-only. The players are:

    Sam McKechnie * 5'10" 180 lbs*Right Wing *Airdrie, AB * Saskatoon Blades (WHL)
    Blake Orban * 6'1" 199 lbs*Defence *Calgary, AB * Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL)
    Jay Merkley * 5'11" 195 lbs * Centre * Calgary, AB * Swift Current Broncos (WHL)
    Dalton Sward * 6'1" 185 lbs * Centre* Abbotsford, BC * Vancouver Giants (WHL)
    Tyler Hansen * 6'3" 202 lbs * Defense * Magrath, AB * Kamloops Blazers (WHL)
    Kyle Moore * 6'4" 205 lbs * Forward * Red Deer, AB * Olds Grizzlys (AJHL)
    Colton Sheen * 5'9" 184 lbs *Forward * Calgary, AB * Olds Grizzlys (AJHL)
    Austin Kernahan * 6'4" 225 lbs * Forward * Calgary, AB * Olds Grizzlys (AJHL)
    Dustin Fostvelt * 6'0" 185 lbs * Defense * Edmonton, AB * R.I.T (NCAA)
    Robert Lindores * 6'1" 216 lbs * Right Wing * Port Alberni, BC * Northern Michagan (NCAA)/ UBC (CIS)
    Bryson Gore * 5'11" 183lbs * Centre * Milo, AB * Calgary Canucks (AJHL)
    Brett Roulston * 6'0" 197 lbs * Right Wing * Whitehorse, YT * Nanaimo Clippers (BCHL)

    Link:
    [U of L Story]



    - Outside of Lethbridge there have been no official announcements from any CW team. In fact, only UBC, Regina, and Calgary issued stories in their spin on the schedule release. Alberta's only story is on Derek Ryan signing with the Carolina Hurricanes. Maybe it is almost time for my pre-season rant about teams publicizing themselves.

    Links:
    [UBC Story]
    [Regina Story]
    [Calgary Story]
    [Alberta Story]



    - The BCIHL has a commitments page. Every college/university league should have one of these. The list of jammed with mostly Junior A and B players, mostly from the coast.

    Links:
    [BCIHL 2915-16 Player Commitments]

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    Hollywood, because you are our resident expert on Canadian university hockey, I have a question for you concerning the AUS.
    On another discussion board (CIS basketball) the topic came up about why the AUS conference plays no games before Sept 1, unlike the other three conferences.
    A fellow who lives in the Maritimes suggested to me that the reason why has to do with sanctions imposed some 20 years ago by the CIS (then CIAU) on the AUS (then AUAA) because that conference at the time was 'wiping the floor' with teams from other conferences.
    This was supposedly done originally for men's hockey.
    I, as you, have been following Canadian university sport for a long long time and frankly never heard of such a thing.
    It seems peculiar for a national governing body to impose such sanctions against a particular conference.
    Especially since CIS hockey is not generally known for having exhibition games before commencement of the academic year.
    If you can confirm or refute this story I would appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heatleysucks View Post
    Hollywood, because you are our resident expert on Canadian university hockey, I have a question for you concerning the AUS.
    On another discussion board (CIS basketball) the topic came up about why the AUS conference plays no games before Sept 1, unlike the other three conferences.
    A fellow who lives in the Maritimes suggested to me that the reason why has to do with sanctions imposed some 20 years ago by the CIS (then CIAU) on the AUS (then AUAA) because that conference at the time was 'wiping the floor' with teams from other conferences.
    This was supposedly done originally for men's hockey.
    I, as you, have been following Canadian university sport for a long long time and frankly never heard of such a thing.
    It seems peculiar for a national governing body to impose such sanctions against a particular conference.
    Especially since CIS hockey is not generally known for having exhibition games before commencement of the academic year.
    If you can confirm or refute this story I would appreciate it.
    That would be a conference rule. Until recently the AUS had no exhibiton football games,

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    June 23: Website Updates


    - There have been no recruiting announcements over the last week. However, some teams have posted schedules, and Lethbridge and Regina have included pre-season games. Calgary, Manitoba and UBC have regular season only. Alberta and Mount Royal are stuck in 2014-15. And Sask doesn't even have a website (just a splash page with a football ad). Here is what we know:

    Sept 4: Lethbridge at Portage College
    Sept 5: Lethbridge at Portage College
    Sept 11: Red Deer College at Lethbridge
    Sept 12: Red Deer College at Lethbridge
    Sept 18: Lethbridge at Calgary
    Sept 18: Manitoba v Regina (at Ochapowace)
    Sept 19: Calgary at Lethbridge
    Sept 19: Saskatchewan v Regina (at Ochapowace)
    Sept 20: Briercrest v Regina (at Ochapowace)
    Sept 25: Manitoba at Lakehead
    Sept 25: Regina at Calgary
    Sept 26: Manitoba at Lakehead
    Sept 26: Regina at Calgary
    Oct 3: Manitoba at North Dakota
    Oct 3: Alberta at St. Cloud State
    Oct 3: Lethbridge at Western Michigan
    Oct 4: Lethbridge at Ferris State

    Links:
    [Manitoba Schedule]
    [UBC Schedule]
    [Regina Schedule]
    [Calgary Schedule]
    [Lethbridge Schedule]
    [Sask non-site]

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    About Ochapowace



    When the Bisons head out to play Regina in Ochapowace, they will end up in a new arena built after the old one burned down in 2011. This place is between Brandon and Regina just off the Trans Canada Highway. It currently hosts a Junior B team.

    Links:
    [Arena Site]
    [Photo Album]
    [Greenfell Sun Story]
    [Treaty 4 News]

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    Sad News

    The Mutts have tweeted out that Cody Smuk has passed away. He was announced as ill last year.



    https://twitter.com/HuskieAthletics/...75501159137280

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heatleysucks View Post
    Hollywood, because you are our resident expert on Canadian university hockey, I have a question for you concerning the AUS.
    On another discussion board (CIS basketball) the topic came up about why the AUS conference plays no games before Sept 1, unlike the other three conferences.
    A fellow who lives in the Maritimes suggested to me that the reason why has to do with sanctions imposed some 20 years ago by the CIS (then CIAU) on the AUS (then AUAA) because that conference at the time was 'wiping the floor' with teams from other conferences.
    This was supposedly done originally for men's hockey.
    I, as you, have been following Canadian university sport for a long long time and frankly never heard of such a thing.
    It seems peculiar for a national governing body to impose such sanctions against a particular conference.
    Especially since CIS hockey is not generally known for having exhibition games before commencement of the academic year.
    If you can confirm or refute this story I would appreciate it.
    There is a link about all disciplinary measures:
    http://english.cis-sic.ca/informatio...cip_and_appeal

    I saw nothing as described by you, but feel free to take a look.

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    UBC Exhibition Games



    UBC has now added their exhibition games to their schedule. Manitoba and Calgary have regular season games only. Mount Royal still has the 2014-15 schedule. Alberta has no schedule link. Saskatchewan's site is under development and remains just a splash page with a football schedule and off-site links.

    UBC will face just one team from the CIS, namely the two-time defending champion Alberta Evil Monkeys. However they will meet them 3 times. Additionally, they will face the Simon Fraser Clown (of the BCIHL) and the NAIT Ooks (of the ACAC) to open and close their pre-season. UBC usually has some games against NCAA teams, but not this year.

    Here's the schedule:

    Sep 10 Simon Fraser at UBC
    Sep 12 Alberta v UBC (at Kamloops)
    Sep 13 Alberta v UBC (at Kamloops)
    Sep 26 UBC at Alberta
    Sep 27 UBC at NAIT

    Link:
    [UBC Schedule]

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    Monkeys Need New Organ Grinder



    Ian Herbers has left the Monkeys to go across town to be an assistant with the Greasers. The challenge of turning McDavid into a hockey player could not be resisted. No word on a new coach.

    Links:
    [Sportsnet Story]
    [Edmoton Journal Story]
    [Gateway Story]
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    One More Exhibition Game


    -The Bemidji State Beavers' schedule has been updated so as to include a game against the Manitoba Bisons on Sunday, October 4th at 1:00 p.m. The Bison exhibition schedule is not yet on their web site but here is what can be gleaned from elsewhere:

    Sep 18 Manitoba v Regina (at Ochapowace)
    Sep 25 Manitoba at Lakehead (OUA)
    Sep 26 Manitoba at Lakehead (OUA)
    Oct 03 Manitoba at North Dakota (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Manitoba at Bemidji State (NCAA)

    Links:
    [Bemidji Schedule Page]

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    The 1965 Bisons won the University Cup and held their 50th anniversary get-together on July 10-11. The picture comes from The Free Press. It was also announced that they are getting into the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame.

    Link:
    [Free Press Story]


    The official team site has yet to report the foregoing, or confirm any recruits. However, the Winkler Flyers have announced that goaltender Dasan Sydora has committed. Here's his blurb:

    Dasan Sydora - G - Winkler (MJHL) / LaRonge (SJHL)
    - The Bisons have two goaltenders eligible to return (Byron Spriggs and Deven Dubyk) and always need a 3rd. He should be able to challenge for playing time but like all MJHL recruits needs to face the prospect of a year spent mostly in the stands. He does have soime good numbers and won a scholarship. He is originally from Alberta.

    Links:
    Stats: [Elite Prospects] : [IHDB] : [Wikia]
    Commitment stories: [Winkler Flyers] : [PVO]
    Scholarship stories: [MJHL] : [Pembina Today]
    YouTube: [LaRonge] : [2013-14] : [2014-15]

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    Update?



    This is the year of the non-updates in Bison hockey. The last story posted at GoBisons.ca was the one about the Allan Cup. The exhibition schedule has yet to be added. From other sites, this is what I have compiled:
    Sep 18 Manitoba v Regina (at Ochapowace)
    Sep 19 Calgary v Manitoba (at Regina)
    Sep 25 Manitoba at Lakehead (OUA)
    Sep 26 Manitoba at Lakehead (OUA)
    Oct 03 Manitoba at North Dakota (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Manitoba at Bemidji State (NCAA)

    I would think the team will have games on Sept 11-12 as well, and hopefully home games. If so the opponent would have to be Saskatchewan, MRU, or a team outside of the CW since everybody else is spoken for.

    None of the recruits reported from other sources have been confirmed at GoBisons.ca. The roster page lists 2014-15 and that often does not change until exhibition play begins.

    In other news:

    - CanadaWest.TV will cover more games this year. However the games will not be free. One coukd subscribe for everything or for just one sport.

    - After coaches from Alberta and UBC took off, new hires became necessary. Alberta signed Serge Lajoie from NAIT and UBC signed Adam Shell from RMC.

    - UfO has signed Patrick Grandmaitre to coach when the team returns in 2016-17. He comes over from the RSEQ CEGEP league. Jacques Martin will be an advisor to the program.

    Links:
    [CanadaWest.tv Announcement]
    [U of A re Lajoie]
    [CIS re Shell]
    [uO re Grandmaitre : [Ottaw Sun] : [CBC]

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    Sept 3: Exhibition Schedule Confirmed



    The Bisons have confirmed that the 6 exhibition games previously reported on other sites will constitute their complete pre-season schedule. For the second consecutive season they will not have a home exhibition game.

    The only CWUAA team to not post a pre-season schedule is the Saskatchewan Banjo-Mutts. Unless they are playing a non-CIS team somewhere, this will be the CWUAA pre-season schedule:

    Sep 03 Alberta at Augustana (ACAC)
    Sep 04 Portage (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 05 Portage (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 10 Simon Fraser (BCIHL) at UBC
    Sep 11 Mount Royal at Calgary
    Sep 11 Red Deer (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 12 Alberta v UBC (at Kamloops)
    Sep 12 Red Deer (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 13 Alberta v UBC (at Kamloops)
    Sep 16 Alberta at Edmonton Oilers (NHL)
    Sep 16 Calgary Flames (NHL) at Calgary
    Sep 18 Calgary v Saskatchewan (at Regina)
    Sep 18 Lethbridge v Briercrest (at TBA)
    Sep 18 Manitoba v Regina (at Ochapowace)
    Sep 19 SAIT (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 19 Calgary v Manitoba (at Regina)
    Sep 19 NAIT (ACAC) at Mount Royal
    Sep 19 Saskatchewan at Regina
    Sep 20 Briercrest (ACAC) at Regina
    Sep 20 NAIT (ACAC) at Mount Royal
    Sep 25 Manitoba at Lakehead
    Sep 25 Regina at Calgary
    Sep 25 Saskatchewan at NAIT (ACAC)
    Sep 25 UBC at Alberta
    Sep 26 Manitoba at Lakehead
    Sep 26 Regina at Calgary
    Sep 26 Saskatchewan at Alberta
    Oct 02 Mount Royal at Alaska-Anchorage (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Alberta at St. Cloud State (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Calgary at Colorado College (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Lethbridge at Western Michigan (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Manitoba at North Dakota (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Mount Royal at Alaska Fairbanks (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Simon Fraser (BCIHL) at Providence (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Alberta at Minnesota State (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Calgary at Denver (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Lethbridge at Ferris State (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Manitoba at Bemidji State (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Mount Royal at Alaska-Fairbanks (NCAA)
    Oct 05 Calgary at Air Force (NCAA)

    Link:
    [Bison Schedule/Results Page]


    As we await an updated roster page, and an official announcement on recruits, the unconfirmed rumour is that the Bisons have yet another recruit in goal:

    Justin Paulic - G - Victoria/ Moose Jaw (WHL)
    - Deven Dubyk is evidently headed east and Paulic is his replacement. Paulic is a Thompson boy and was traded from Moose Jaw to Victoria to end his WHL career. He is also a New York Rangers' draft. On paper, the goaltending has been upgraded with Spriggs returning and two new recruits.

    Links:
    Stats: [Elite Prospects] : [IHDB] : [Wikia]
    Other links: [WHL Network] : [NY Rangers] : [NHL.com] : [The Hockey Writers]


    There have also been a few releases from around the league:


    - The Evil Monkeys announced their annual game against the Baby Greasers on September 16th. This year the Edmontonites have gone goofy over some guy they drafted and this game will be played at the Big Arena. The Apes are over .500 in this long-standing series.

    Links:
    [U of A Announcement]



    - In the Town of Bedrock they, too, are making a new tradition of NHL v CIS exhibition games. The game will also go on September 16th. The squad also announced their very large recruiting class:

    Mitch Cook • 6'0" 205 Ibs. • Forward • Drumheller (AJHL)
    Kolton Dixon • 6' 181 lbs • Defence • Saskatoon (WHL)
    Coda Gordon • 6' 195 lbs • Forward • Swift Current (WHL)
    Curtis Honey • 6' 174 lbs • Goalie • Brandon (WHL)
    Chase McMurphy • 6'1" 195 lbs • Forward • Calgary Canucks (AJHL)
    Steven Stanford • 6'1" 195 lbs • Goalie • UBC (CWAA)
    Ryan Suchorab • 6'1" 190 lbs • Defence • Drumheller (AJHL)
    Caylen Walls • 6' 200 lbs • Defence • Vermont (NCAA)
    Nick Walters • 6'2" 205 lbs • Defence • Lethbridge (WHL)
    Mike Winther • 6' 200 lbs • Forward • Lethbridge (WHL)

    While not a bad group, they have to replace two starting goaltenders and some other good players as well. The question here will be about chemistry.

    Links:
    [U of C re recruits]
    [U of C re Flames]



    - The H0rny Ones had two announcements. In one they announced even more recruits. The three new names bring their total recruitment class to 15 players. Jeesh. Lots of eligible returnees either abandoned ship or were given a swift kick out the door. Also, new recruit Evan Wardley will be attending the Pittsburgh Penguins' camp. So maybe he won't be playing for the Horns anyhow. Here are new recruits:

    Evan Wardley * 6'3" 218 lbs * Defence * Seattle (WHL)
    Zane Jones * 6'3" 210 lbs * Left Wing * Vancouver/ Lethbridge (WHL)
    Mitch Makin * 6'3" 185 lbs * Right Wing * Alberni Valley (BCHL)

    Links:
    [U of L re recruits]
    [U of L re Wardley]

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    The Puck Has Dropped

    OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD

    September 3, 2015


    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 4
    AUGUSTANA VIKINGS 1


    Links:
    :. [U of A Preview] : [U of A Twitter]


    The Evil Monkeys avenged last year's surprise loss to their rural cousins from UA-Augustana. Despite outshooting them by a mile or two, the Apes lost 6-0. They also had an early loss to UBC, but rebounded nicely for the regular season. There are no links to a summary or game story as I post. The score came from Twitter:
    @GBHKY get goals from Crooks, Kieser, Legault and Derko in a 4-1 win over @UofA_AugVikings #BattleofUAlberta
    UP NEXT

    Sep 04 Portage (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 04 Carleton at EC Peiting (Germany)
    Sep 05 Portage (ACAC) at Lethbridge

    Sep 07 Carleton at Ritten Sport (Italy)
    Sep 08 Carleton at EC Kitzbuhel (Austria)
    Sep 10 Simon Fraser (BCIHL) at UBC
    Sep 10 Concordia at McGill
    Sep 11 Mount Royal at Calgary
    Sep 11 Red Deer (ACAC) at Lethbridge
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    Four Teams, Four Leagues, Face-off on Friday

    OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD

    September 4, 2015

    Teams from the German Oberliga, the OUA, the CWUAA, and the ACAC faced off in inter-league pre-season hockey on Friday night in a pair of unique match-ups.


    CARLETON RAVENS 2
    E.C. PEITING 0


    Links:
    :. [ECP Game Story]
    :. [Carleton Schedule/Results] : [Carleton Tour Preview]


    The Peiting team plays in the Oberliga, which is Germany's 3rd tier league. That league is divided into regional divisions and is semi-pro. They placed 6th of 12 in their division last year. CIS tams usually face 2nd tier German teams, like the Pinguins, Cannibals, and Star-Bulls. So I guess Cartoon U will be happy with the win but not yet planning a parade.


    PORTAGE COLLEGE VOYAGEURS 1
    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 3


    Links:
    :. [Lethbridge Twitter]


    The H0rny Ones picked up a surprisingly close win over an ACAC foe. All I have to go by is a few Tweets. Oddly, Lethbridge will not face any other CW teams in the pre-season. They play 6 games (5 more) against ACAC teams and then a 2 game roadtrip against NCAA teams. In one bit of great news, goaltender Dylan Tait suited up for Lethbridge. He missed most of last season with a cancer scare. So good luck to him.

    UP NEXT

    Sep 05 Portage (ACAC) at Lethbridge

    Sep 07 Carleton at Ritten Sport (Italy)
    Sep 08 Carleton at EC Kitzbuhel (Austria)
    Sep 10 Simon Fraser (BCIHL) at UBC
    Sep 10 Concordia at McGill
    Sep 11 Mount Royal at Calgary
    Sep 11 Red Deer (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 12 Alberta v UBC (at Kamloops)
    Sep 12 Red Deer (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 12 Laurentian at Nipissing
    Sep 12 RMC at Queen's (at Gananoque, Ont)
    Sep 12 UOIT at Ryerson
    Sep 12 UQTR at McGill
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    Saturday Night Massacre

    OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD

    September 5, 2015


    PORTAGE COLLEGE VOYAGEURS 2
    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 10


    Links:
    :. [Lethbridge Twitter]


    The good news for Portage College is that they doubled their offensive output from Friday night. And they are young men and still have their health.

    This game was 1-1 after 1 and 6-1 after 2. The Twitter feed lists the scorers. No summaries or stories have been posted for either game.

    The H0rny Ones will tangle with Red Deer College, another ACAC team, in a double-header next weekend. Last season Portage was 1-29-0-2 whilst Red Deer was 15-13-1-3. (The ACAC still has tied games.)

    The Bisons do not play any games next weekend either. They will start with a game against Regina in Ochapowace on September 18th.

    UP NEXT

    Sep 07 Carleton at Ritten Sport (Italy)
    Sep 08 Carleton at EC Kitzbuhel (Austria)
    Sep 10 Simon Fraser (BCIHL) at UBC
    Sep 10 Concordia at McGill
    Sep 11 Mount Royal at Calgary
    Sep 11 Red Deer (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 12 Alberta v UBC (at Kamloops)
    Sep 12 Red Deer (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 12 Laurentian at Nipissing
    Sep 12 RMC at Queen's (at Gananoque, Ont)
    Sep 12 UOIT at Ryerson
    Sep 12 UQTR at McGill
    Sep 13 Alberta v UBC (at Kamloops)
    Sep 13 Guelph at UOIT
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    Sept 7-8: Carleton finishes European sweep

    NEWS


    -The Hickskies have announced their arrivals and departures. The newcomers and returnees started sniffing each other's butts at practice today. Here's the full list:

    2015 recruits
    Kohl Bauml (F)
    Brett Boehm (F)
    Levi Cable (F)
    Carter Coben (F)
    Daylan Gatzke (F)
    Andrew Johnson (F)
    Brett McCormick (F)
    Logan McVeigh (F)
    Jaimen Yakubowski (F)

    Returnees:
    Jordon Cooke (G)
    Blake Voth (G)
    McFaull (D)
    Tyler Borstmayer (D)
    Jordan Fransoo (D)
    Jesse Forsberg (D)
    Connor Cox (D)
    Zak Stebner (D)
    David Stumborg (D)
    Sean Aschim (F)
    Cameron Blair (F)
    John Lawrence (F)
    Jeremy Margeson (F)
    Josh Roach (F)
    Jesse Ross (F)
    Michael Soffilas (F)
    Matt Spafford (F)
    Parker Thomas (F)

    Graduated
    Matt Delahey (D)
    Craig McCallum (F)
    Ryan Holfeld (G)
    Kyle Aschim (F/D)

    Retired
    Chad Suer (D)
    Tayler Thompson (F)

    The story gives some background on each recruit. IMO their losses are better than their additions. Time will tell.

    Link:
    :. [Saskatoon Star-Phoenix]


    OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD

    September 7, 2015


    CARLETON RAVENS 2
    RITTEN SPORT/RITTNER BUAM 1


    Links:
    :. [Carleton Story Re: Peiting] : [Carleton Story Re: Ritten]
    :. [Ritten Game Story] : [Ritten Story on Brendan Cook]


    On Labour Day Cartoon U went to 2-0-0 on their European tour. Ritten is one of Italy's leading teams. This was the toughest team on their tour. However, when the Bisons toured Europe this was their weakest opponent. One Ritten player is former Winkler Flyer Brendan Cook. Their story on him is linked here.

    September 8, 2015


    CARLETON RAVENS 6
    E.C. KITBUHEL ADLER 1


    Links:
    :. [Carleton Game Story]
    :. [Kitzbuhel Team Site]


    Cartoon U completed their sweep with a one-sided win in Austria. Kitzbuhel is in the INL (Inter-National League) which is a second tier league for mostly Austrian teams. The Bisons whipped the Wild Geese from this league in their last European tour.

    UP NEXT

    Sep 10 Simon Fraser (BCIHL) at UBC
    Sep 10 Concordia at McGill
    Sep 11 Mount Royal at Calgary
    Sep 11 Red Deer (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 12 Alberta v UBC (at Kamloops)
    Sep 12 Red Deer (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 12 Laurentian at Nipissing
    Sep 12 RMC at Queen's (at Gananoque, Ont)
    Sep 12 UOIT at Ryerson
    Sep 12 UQTR at McGill
    Sep 13 Alberta v UBC (at Kamloops)
    Sep 13 Guelph at UOIT
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    Sept 10: First All-CIS Exhibition Game

    As we inch towards the Bisons' pre-season opener on September 18th, the news and results are accumulating. We also had cross-town derbies in Montreal and Vancouver.

    OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD

    September 10, 2015


    SIMON FRASER CLAN 0
    U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 6


    Links:
    :. [UBC Recruit Story] : [UBC Game Story]
    :. [SFU Preview]
    :. [LeagueStat Summary] : [CW Boxscore]


    UBC not only started the season, they also officially announced their recruiting class.

    The new recruits consist of 5 defencemen and 3 forwards, all having played some time in the WHL:

    JOEL HAMILTON - 5'10 left wing/centre - Vancouver/Kamloops (WHL)
    AUSTIN VETTERL - 5'11 right wing - Kootenay(WHL)
    CHASE CLAYTON - 5'11 centre - Saskatoon(WHL)/Brooks (AJHL)
    KYLE BECKER - 6'4 defenceman - Medicine Hat(WHL)
    DEVAN FAFARD - 6'0 defenceman - Red Deer/Lethbridge(WHL)
    JOSH CONNOLLY - 5'11 defenceman - Kamloops/Prince George(WHL)
    RAYMOND GREWAL - 6'2 defenceman - Prince George (BCHL)/Prince Albert (WHL)
    RILEY GUENTHER - 6'0 defenceman - Vernon (BCHL)

    The departures include:
    Cole Wilson - led team in goals, 2nd in points
    Manraj Hayer - 5th in points
    Nate Fleming - 6th in points
    Joe Antilla - 7th in points
    Greg Fraser - 8th in points
    Adam Rossignol - 9th in points
    Ben Schmidt - 12th in points
    Brad Hoban - 14th in points
    Linden Saip - 15th in points
    Brendon Wall - 17th in points
    Jason Yee - 18th in points
    Robert Lindores - 22nd in points
    Justin Georgeson - 23rd in points

    The recruiting class is pretty good. However they lose 6 of their top 10 scorers and 5 of their top 6 defencemen. And they have a new coach.

    So how did they look on the ice? Well, they shut the door on The Clown. But that is to be expected against BCIHL opposition. It was basically the 2nd period that put ths one away. UBC outshot The Clown 17-4 and scored 5 goals. Other than that the shots were just 17-13 for the Tweety-Birds.


    CONCORDIA STINGERS 0
    MCGILL REDMEN 4


    Links:
    :. [McGill Game Story]
    :. [LeagueStat Summary]


    McGill always play a wide-open style, and did so again to start the season. The amassed 40 shots. What's up with Concordia? They look like the sub-standard team they have been for years now after having been the dominant team in Quebec. From 1950 to 1984 Concordia and its predecessor schools (Loyola and Sir George Williams) won 33 of 35 titles in the old OSLC and the original QUAA. McGill went from 1946 to 2008 without a title!

    UP NEXT

    Sep 11 Mount Royal at Calgary
    Sep 11 Red Deer (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 12 Alberta v UBC (at Kamloops)
    Sep 12 Red Deer (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 12 Laurentian at Nipissing
    Sep 12 RMC at Queen's (at Gananoque, Ont)
    Sep 12 UOIT at Ryerson
    Sep 12 UQTR at McGill
    Sep 13 Alberta v UBC (at Kamloops)
    Sep 13 Guelph at UOIT
    Sep 16 Alberta at Edmonton Oilers (NHL)
    Sep 16 Calgary Flames (NHL) at Calgary
    Sep 16 Waterloo at Western Ontario
    Sep 17 Guelph at Brock
    Sep 17 Nipissing at Laurentian
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    Sept 11: Action Confined to Alberta

    September 11, 2015

    Only two exhibition games involving CIS teams were played on Friday night, and both were held in Saudi Alberta. Still no official roster announcements from the Bisons. This is the last of the light weekends in CIS hockey. Next weekend there is a massive schedule as everybody hits the ice.

    OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD


    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 2
    CALGARY DINOSAURS 3


    Links:
    :. [Calgary Twitter] : [UC Schedule/Results]
    :. [Gauntlet Preview Sept 3] : [Gauntlet Preview Sept 10]
    :. [Calgary Grads tory]


    Neither game in Friday was sent through to LeagueStat so we have no access to stats or rosters.

    However, Bedrock U gave us a few team stories to kick things off. The fact they beat MRU, a nemesis opponent from last year, must be a matter of satisfaction.

    Both sides were slated to lose several key players from last year. The biggest question mark is Calgary's goaltending. The Lazaruk-DeSerres tandem both graduated after last season. Either one of them would have been a first-rate starter, so the Dinos went from feast to famine.


    RED DEER COLLEGE KINGS 1
    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 4


    Links:
    :. [Lethbridge Twitter]
    :. [Lethbridge Schedule/Resulys]


    This was the Battle of Teams Mike Babcock Used to Coach. The H0rny Ones have a 3-0-0 record! True, it is only exhibition, and their opponents have all been from the ACAC. But still ...

    UP NEXT

    Sep 12 Alberta v UBC (at Kamloops)
    Sep 12 Red Deer (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 12 Laurentian at Nipissing
    Sep 12 RMC at Queen's (at Gananoque, Ont)
    Sep 12 UOIT at Ryerson
    Sep 12 UQTR at McGill
    Sep 13 Alberta v UBC (at Kamloops)
    Sep 13 Guelph at UOIT
    Sep 16 Alberta at Edmonton Oilers (NHL)
    Sep 16 Calgary Flames (NHL) at Calgary
    Sep 16 Waterloo at Western Ontario
    Sep 17 Guelph at Brock
    Sep 17 Nipissing at Laurentian
    Sep 18 Calgary v Saskatchewan (at Regina)
    Sep 18 Lethbridge v Briercrest (at TBA)
    Sep 18 Manitoba v Regina (at Ochapowace)
    Sep 18 Concordia at UQTR
    Sep 18 Laurier at Waterloo
    Sep 18 McGill at New Brunswick
    Sep 18 Moncton at St. FX
    Sep 18 Ryerson at Western Ontario
    Sep 18 Saint Mary's at Dalhousie
    Sep 18 Windsor at Brock
    Sep 18 York at RMC (CFB Borden)
    Sep 19 SAIT (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 19 Calgary v Manitoba (at Regina)
    Sep 19 NAIT (ACAC) at Mount Royal
    Sep 19 Saskatchewan at Regina
    Sep 19 McGill at Saint Mary's
    Sep 19 Nipissing at Toronto
    Sep 19 RMC at Queen's (Gananoque, ON)
    Sep 19 Windsor v Guelph (at St. Catharines)
    Sep 19 York at RMC (at CFB Borden)

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    Sept 12: A Night of Overtime

    This was a fairly busy Saturday night, as the OUA shifted into gear with a hefty schedule of games.

    OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD


    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 3
    U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 2

    (in overtime)

    Links:
    :. [Alberta Twitter] : [UBC Schedule/Results]


    This one was played in Kamloops, B.C., home of Thompson Rivers University. I am not sure why the teams came here, perhaps to make it easier for the Monkeys to travel. Wouldn't it be nice if TRU revived their BCIHL hockey program? Wouldn't it be nice if UBC uploaded the game stats through LeagueStat?


    RED DEER COLLEGE KINGS 2
    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 3

    (in overtime)

    Links:
    :. [Lethbridge Twitter]
    :. [Lethbridge Schedule/Results]


    All I have about this one is a series of Tweets from the linked Lethbridge Twitter feed. The H0rny Ones needed overtime to subdue the college team this time, and are now 4-0-0 in the college portion of their schedule.


    LAURENTIAN VOYAGEURS 2
    NIPISSING LAKERS 3

    (in overtime)

    Links:
    :. [Laurentian Twitter]


    All we have this Northern Ontario derby is Laurentian's Twitter.


    U.Q.T.R. PATRIOTES 3
    MCGILL REDMEN 2

    (in overtime)

    Links:
    :. [LeagueStat Summary]


    It is great when teams put their stats through LeagueStat. Why don't they all do it? So far it is just UBC and McGill to take action. The win levels the Pats' record at 2-2-0 and was their first game back in North America after their trip to France. McGill is now 1-0-1. McGill had a 2-0 lead after one, but UQTR tied it up early in the 2nd. Then that was it for scoring until OT.


    U.O.I.T. RIDGEBACKS 2
    RYERSON RAMS 4


    Links:
    :. [Ryerson Schedule/Results] : [UOIT Schedule/Results]


    All we have is the score on this one. It was the opener for both sides.

    NOTE:
    The game between RMC and Queen's originally scheduled for September 12th has been moved to September 18th.

    UP NEXT

    Sep 13 Alberta v U.B.C. (at Kamloops)
    Sep 13 Guelph at UOIT
    Sep 16 Alberta at Edmonton Oilers (NHL)
    Sep 16 Calgary Flames (NHL) at Calgary
    Sep 16 Waterloo at Western Ontario
    Sep 17 Guelph at Brock
    Sep 17 Nipissing at Laurentian
    Sep 18 Calgary v Saskatchewan (at Regina)
    Sep 18 Briercrest at Lethbridge
    Sep 18 Manitoba v Regina (at Ochapowace)
    Sep 18 Concordia at UQTR
    Sep 18 Laurier at Waterloo
    Sep 18 McGill at New Brunswick
    Sep 18 Moncton at St. FX
    Sep 18 Ryerson at Western Ontario
    Sep 18 Saint Mary's at Dalhousie
    Sep 18 Windsor at Brock
    Sep 18 York at RMC (at CFB Borden)
    Sep 19 SAIT (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 19 Calgary v Manitoba (at Regina)
    Sep 19 NAIT (ACAC) at Mount Royal
    Sep 19 Saskatchewan at Regina
    Sep 19 McGill at Saint Mary's
    Sep 19 Nipissing at Toronto
    Sep 19 RMC at Queen's (at Gananoque)
    Sep 19 Windsor v Guelph (at St. Catharines)
    Sep 20 Briercrest (ACAC) at Regina
    Sep 20 NAIT (ACAC) at Mount Royal
    Sep 20 Windsor/Guelph at Brock

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    Sept 13: A Light Sunday

    Sunday is not a heavy day for regular season games, nor is it for exhibition games. Just two games on the docket, both afternoon affairs. In any event, next week the nation-wide start of the pre-season really behins with some gusto.

    OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD


    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 2
    U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 0


    Links:
    :. [Alberta Twitter] : [UBC Schedule/Results]


    This was also played in Kamloops and once again the only news is from Twitter. The Monkeys got goals from Crooks and Hickmott, whilst Daigle and Demharter shared the shutout. The win gives the Monkeys a 3-0-0 record, and UBC is now 1-1-1.

    There was also a tweet claiming that McDavid will play for the Greasers on Wednesday when they face the Monkeys.


    GUELPH GRYPHONS 5
    U.O.I.T. RIDGEBACKS 2


    Links:
    :. [Guelph Schedule/Results] : [UOIT Schedule/Results]


    Goof picked up where they left off with what appears to have been a handy win. This was Goof's first game. UOIT is now 0-2-0.

    UP NEXT

    Sep 16 Alberta at Edmonton Oilers (NHL)
    Sep 16 Calgary Flames (NHL) at Calgary
    Sep 16 Waterloo at Western Ontario
    Sep 17 Guelph at Brock
    Sep 17 Nipissing at Laurentian
    Sep 18 Calgary v Saskatchewan (at Regina)
    Sep 18 Briercrest at Lethbridge
    Sep 18 Manitoba v Regina (at Ochapowace)
    Sep 18 Concordia at UQTR
    Sep 18 Laurier at Waterloo
    Sep 18 McGill at New Brunswick
    Sep 18 Moncton at St. FX
    Sep 18 Ryerson at Western Ontario
    Sep 18 Saint Mary's at Dalhousie
    Sep 18 Windsor at Brock
    Sep 18 York at RMC (at CFB Borden)
    Sep 19 SAIT (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 19 Calgary v Manitoba (at Regina)
    Sep 19 NAIT (ACAC) at Mount Royal
    Sep 19 Saskatchewan at Regina
    Sep 19 McGill at Saint Mary's
    Sep 19 Nipissing at Toronto
    Sep 19 RMC at Queen's (at Gananoque)
    Sep 19 Windsor v Guelph (at St. Catharines)
    Sep 20 Briercrest (ACAC) at Regina
    Sep 20 NAIT (ACAC) at Mount Royal
    Sep 20 Windsor/Guelph at Brock

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    Eight Recruits Confirmed



    On September 14th the Bisons updated their roster page and on September 15th officially announced eight recruits. The roster page still needs updates. It has the names of 14 returning players. So some names would be yet to be confirmed. Here's what we have:

    Goaltenders

    Confirmed to return:
    1 Byron Spriggs

    Confirmed recruits:
    * Justin Paulic (Moose Jaw/Victoria WHL)
    * Dasan Sydora (Winkler MJHL)

    Departed:
    34 Deven Dubyk

    Defencemen

    Confirmed to return:
    2 Channing Bresciani
    5 Lee Christensen
    6 Luke Paulsen
    9 Rene Hunter
    12 Brock Sutherland

    Confirmed recruit:
    * Adam Henry (Saskatoon/Portland WHL)

    Once-rumoured recruit:
    * Justin Hamonic (in San Antonio's AHL camp)

    Eligible to return:
    3 Josh Elmes
    28 Kyle Rous

    Departed:
    22 Darren Bestland

    Forwards

    Confirmed to return:
    16 Jesse Paradis
    17 Warren Callis
    18 Dylan Kelly
    23 Joel Schreyer
    24 Justin Augert
    25 Shaquille Merasty
    27 Jordan DePape
    29 Dustin Bruyere

    Confirmed recruits:
    * Brett Brooks (Blues MJHL/Moose Jaw WHL)
    * Liam Bilton (Blues MJHL)
    * Brett Stovin (Saskatoon WHL/Missouri ECHL)
    * Jordyn Boyd (Portage MJHL/Kootenay and Everett WHL)
    * Jonah Wasylak (Steinbach MJHL)

    Once-rumoured recruit:
    * Hudson Friesen (still listed at Alaska-Anchorage)

    Eligible to return:
    10 Brett Dudar
    15 Chad Robinson
    - Colin Mospanchuk

    Departed:
    8 Jory Coates
    20 Aaron Lewadniuk
    21 Taylor Dickin

    The Bisons usually add a few names at a time to their roster page once the player gets all his paperwork in and picture taken, etc. Then they add the new players once they have made the team. They sometimes add the players who are trying out for the team. I would expect a minimum line-up of 3 goaltenders, 8 defencemen, and 14 forwards.

    With 14 returning vets already listed, and 8 recruits confirmed, that would leave at least 3 spots open. If those are being filled by returnees then the line-up looks pretty good. If Hamonic returns from pro then the defence would be amongst the best in the whole CIS.

    Link:
    :. [Recruiting Announcement]
    :. [Roster Page]

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    Roster Updates



    As the day has worn on, the Bison [Roster Page] has kept getting updated. It started the day with 14 vets listed. As I checked in from time to time some of the 8 recruits announced yesterday were added one at a time, albeit without the background columns completed.

    Anyhow, three new names popped up.

    Sean Christensen - D - Saint Boniface (MMJHL)

    - There are usually MMJHLers trying out, so no big surprise there. The now departed Jory Coates was one who made it, and there have been 3rd string goaltenders to play a season. I would be surprised if there not a handful of such players at camp as walk-ons.

    Links:
    [Elite Prospects]
    [MMJHL Player Profile]


    Christian Stockl - RW - Red Deer (WHL)/Virden (MJHL)

    - Stockl is a former Red Deer Rebel who did not play last year. He was a highly rated Midget AAA player who scored 36 goals in 38 games then went straight to the Dub. If he could find that scoring touch again he would be the kind of player the team needs.

    Links:
    [Elite Prospects]
    [Hockey DB]


    Zach Waldvogel - C - Portage (MJHL)

    - The other names were "out of the blue" but this one was beyond that. Waldvogel was a key part of the Portage Terriers RBC championship team. He was previously announced as a Guelph recruit. Yet here he is, just a short drive away from home. He is 6'2" and 201 lbs. He had scoring touch in Junior A but would likely be a 3rd line shut-down centre in the CW.

    Links:
    [Elite Prospects]
    [Hockey DB]



    - In CIS news, bids were received for nationals in 2017 and 2018 for basketball, rugby, and hockey. The men's hockey bids came from New Brunswick and Toronto. Neither Manitoba nor Winnipeg nor Brandon submitted any bids.

    Link:
    [CIS News Release]

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    Sept 16: NHL Prospects Achieve Sweep

    The Bison roster page has now settled down in advance of their Friday night pre-season debut. That left Wednesday night for the hockey world to focus on the Saudi Alberta cross town derbies between CIS and NHL players.

    OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD


    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 3
    EDMONTON OILERS 6


    Links:
    :. [Alberta Preview] : [Alberta Game Story
    :. [Oilers Report with links to highlights and boxscore]


    The Greasers won the game and now trail the lifetime series 13-12. Connor McDavid played and had 3 assists. It was a 4-3 game with less than 7 minutes left. The Greasers outshot the Evil Monkeys 37-30 on the night. The loss dropes the Primates to 3-1-0 on the pre-season.


    CALGARY FLAMES 5
    CALGARY DINOSAURS 1


    Links:
    :. [u OF c gAME sTORY] : [LeagueStat Summary]


    The Phlegms built up a 4-0 1st period lead and then coasted. Steven Stafford went the distance for the Dinos. Will he be able to be a solid #1 in the Town of Bedrock?


    S.A.I.T. TROJANS 0
    CALGARY DINOSAURS 2


    Links:
    :. [U of C Schedule/Results]


    This was a late add to the Dino schedule against their cross-town rivals from the ACAC. It was played on Saturday, September 12th. Combined with the game against the Flames prospects, the Dinos are now 2-1-0 in the pre-season.


    WATERLOO WARRIORS 2
    WESTERN ONTARIO MUSTANGS 3


    Links:
    :. [Waterloo Schedule/Results]


    All we got is the score on this one. It was the first game for both sides.

    UP NEXT

    Sep 17 Guelph at Brock
    Sep 17 Nipissing at Laurentian
    Sep 18 Calgary v Saskatchewan (at Regina)
    Sep 18 Briercrest at Lethbridge
    Sep 18 Manitoba v Regina (at Ochapowace)
    Sep 18 Concordia at UQTR
    Sep 18 Laurier at Waterloo
    Sep 18 McGill at New Brunswick
    Sep 18 Moncton at St. FX
    Sep 18 Ryerson at Western Ontario
    Sep 18 Saint Mary's at Dalhousie
    Sep 18 Windsor at Brock
    Sep 18 York at RMC (at CFB Borden)
    Sep 19 SAIT (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 19 Calgary v Manitoba (at Regina)
    Sep 19 NAIT (ACAC) at Mount Royal
    Sep 19 Saskatchewan at Regina
    Sep 19 McGill at Saint Mary's
    Sep 19 Nipissing at Toronto
    Sep 19 RMC at Queen's (at Gananoque)
    Sep 19 Windsor v Guelph (at St. Catharines)
    Sep 20 Briercrest (ACAC) at Regina
    Sep 20 NAIT (ACAC) at Mount Royal
    Sep 20 Windsor/Guelph at Brock
    Sep 21 St. Thomas at New Brunswick
    Sep 22 Acadia v Moncton (at Gananoque)
    Sep 23 Saint Mary's v St. F-X (at Bridgewater)

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    Sept 17: OUA Plays

    The Bisons debut is now only 1 day away!

    OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD


    GUELPH GRIFFONS 2
    BROCK BADGERS 4


    Links:
    :. [Brock Game Story]


    This was the opening game of Brock's Steel Blade Tournament. The other team is Windsor. The 3 teams play a round-robin and the top 2 faceoff in the final.


    NIPISSING LAKERS 2
    LAURENTIAN VOYAGEURS 7


    Links:
    :. [Laurentian Twitter]


    This avenges Nipissing's overtime win last weekend. Nipissing is now 1-1-0 and Laurentian is 1-0-1.

    UP NEXT

    Sep 18 Calgary v Saskatchewan (at Regina)
    Sep 18 Briercrest at Lethbridge
    Sep 18 Manitoba v Regina (at Ochapowace)
    Sep 18 Concordia at UQTR
    Sep 18 Laurier at Waterloo
    Sep 18 McGill at New Brunswick
    Sep 18 Moncton at St. FX
    Sep 18 Ryerson at Western Ontario
    Sep 18 Saint Mary's at Dalhousie
    Sep 18 Windsor at Brock (Steel Blade Tournament)
    Sep 18 York at RMC (at CFB Borden)
    Sep 19 SAIT (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 19 Calgary v Manitoba (at Regina)
    Sep 19 NAIT (ACAC) at Mount Royal
    Sep 19 Saskatchewan at Regina
    Sep 19 McGill at Saint Mary's
    Sep 19 Nipissing at Toronto
    Sep 19 RMC at Queen's (at Gananoque)
    Sep 19 Windsor v Guelph (Steel Blade Tournament)
    Sep 20 Briercrest (ACAC) at Regina
    Sep 20 NAIT (ACAC) at Mount Royal
    Sep 20 Windsor/Guelph at Brock (Steel Blade Tournament final)

    Sep 21 St. Thomas at New Brunswick
    Sep 22 Acadia v Moncton (at Gananoque)
    Sep 23 Saint Mary's v St. F-X (at Bridgewater)
    Sep 24 Concordia at Western Ontario (E/W Tournament)
    Sep 24 Queen's at St. Thomas
    Sep 24 Ryerson at York (York Tournament)
    Sep 24 Toronto v UOIT (York Tournament)
    Sep 24 Windsor v Nipissing (E/W Tournament)

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    Sept 18: Bisons Start with a Loss


    MANITOBA BISONS 0
    REGINA COUGARS 4


    Links:
    :. [@UReginaKHSDean Twitter]
    :. [U of R Preview] : [U of R Schedule/Results]


    Friday night was the start of the full scale pre-season in the CIS. Prior to this there were scattered games. But this has more of a regualr season feel, with most teams in action sometime this weekend. So the post-game format of my posts can go to a more common format.

    In a scheduling note, Lethbridge's games have been shifted back a day, i.e. they now play Saturday and Sunday. MRU is doing the same thing. Oddly UBC and Alberta have the weekend off after having played one another last weekend.

    This was not a great result for the Bisons. All I have to go by is a Twitter feed from Regina. So I do not know who dressed, who sat, who played goal, and no stats whatsoever. It was 0-0 after the 1st and a late goal made it 2-0 after the 2nd. So did a hot goalie steal one for Regina? Did the Bisons fail to generate any offence?

    This was the first game for both teams. The game was the first in a tournament series hosted by Regina. Calgary and Saskatchewan are also entered. Oddly, this game was played in Ochapowace.

    OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD


    CALGARY DINOSAURS >
    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES >


    Links:
    :. [Calgary Schedule/Results]
    :. [Regina Schedule/Results]
    :. [Dinos Twitter]


    Nothing about this game can be found as I post. Maybe on Saturday.

    OUT EAST

    Concordia 4 UQTR 7 : [Concordia Schedule/Results]
    Laurier 2 Waterloo 1 : [Laurier Schedule/Results]
    McGill 3 New Brunswick 6 : [UNB Game Story]
    Moncton 5 St. FX 1 : [SFX Boxscore]
    Ryerson 4 Western Ontario 6 : [UWO Schedule/Results]
    Saint Mary's 6 Dalhousie 1 : [Dal Boxscore]
    Windsor 1 Brock 6 (Steel Blade Tournament) : [Brock Game Story]
    York 5 RMC 1 (at CFB Borden): [York Schedule/Results]

    UP NEXT

    Sep 19 Briercrest at Lethbridge
    Sep 19 Calgary v Manitoba (at Regina)
    Sep 19 NAIT (ACAC) at Mount Royal
    Sep 19 Saskatchewan at Regina
    Sep 19 McGill at Saint Mary's
    Sep 19 Nipissing at Toronto
    Sep 19 RMC at Queen's (at Gananoque)
    Sep 19 Windsor v Guelph (at St. Catharines)
    Sep 20 Briercrest (ACAC) at Regina
    Sep 20 NAIT (ACAC) at Mount Royal
    Sep 20 SAIT (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 20 Windsor/Guelph at Brock

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    Sept 19: Herd Suffers Second Loss


    MANITOBA BISONS 1
    CALGARY DINOSAURS 3


    Links:
    :. [U of M Schedule/Results]


    Nothing but the score available here. On the face of it, a 3-1 loss to Calgary should be a big improvement over a 4-0 loss to Regina. But without seeing the rosters or stats it is hard to really tell. In any event, 1 goal in 2 games is not a good omen. The Bisons fall to 0-2-0. Without a report of their Friday game, Bedrock U is now 3-1-0. The Bisons are off to Thunder Bay next weekend to face Lakehead in a double-header.

    OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD


    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES >
    REGINA COUGARS >


    Links:
    :. [U of R Schedule/Results]


    Once again, nothing to report from Banjoland. They must be using courier pigs to get these results posted out.


    N.A.I.T. OOKS 4
    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 5

    (in overtime)

    Links:
    :. [NAIT Schedule/Results]


    This is MRU's first encounter with an ACAC team since they left the conference. This was once one of their top two rivals.


    BRIERCREST CLIPPERS 4
    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 9


    Links:
    :. [U of L Schedule/Results] : [U of L Twitter]


    This win makes the H0rny Ones 5-0-0 against ACAC teams.

    OUT EAST

    Sep 19 McGill 1 Saint Mary's 7 : [SMU Story]
    Sep 19 Nipissing 2 Toronto 3 : [UT Story]
    Sep 19 RMC 1 Queen's 3 (at Gananoque) : [QU Story]
    Sep 19 Windsor 2 Guelph 4 (at St. Catharines) : [QU Story]

    UP NEXT

    Sep 20 Briercrest (ACAC) at Regina
    Sep 20 NAIT (ACAC) at Mount Royal
    Sep 20 SAIT (ACAC) at Lethbridge
    Sep 20 Guelph at Brock

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    Sept 20: Sunday Scores and Weekend Update

    The Bisons spent Sunday escaping the land of barefoot hillbillies. But at least Regina updated their tournament scores for the weekend, and there were a few other games played on a light schedule.

    OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD

    Friday, September 18, 2015


    CALGARY DINOSAURS 2
    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 4


    Links:
    :. [Calgary Schedule/Results]
    :. [Regina Schedule/Results]


    After this game, Bedrock U was 2-2-0 and this was Sask's first game.

    Saturday, September 19, 2015


    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 3
    REGINA COUGARS 0


    Links:
    :. [U of R Schedule/Results]


    This one gave Sask an unbeaten weekend and a 2-0-0 start. That would not normally mean much. But after the season they had last year they likely want whatever positive reinforcement they can find. Regina levelled their record at 1-1-0.

    Sunday, September 20, 2015


    N.A.I.T. OOKS 8
    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 4


    Links:
    :. [MRU Schedule/Results]


    The fact that MRU gave up 8 goals must be concerning to them. Of course, they may have been auditioning two goaltenders fighting it out for the #3 job. This is the problem when we don't get rosters or stats. Still, MRU has to be concerned by the GAA. MRU is now 1-2-0 in the pre-season.


    BRIERCREST CLIPPERS 2
    REGINA COUGARS 8


    Links:
    :. [U of R Schedule/Results]


    The Clippers are a very weak team every year and this year looks like the same old things. The win makes the Banjocats 2-1-0 so far.


    S.A.I.T. TROJANS 5
    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 1


    Links:
    :. [U of L Schedule/Results]


    So the first time the H0rny Ones face a good ACAC team they lose. They are now 5-1-0 in the pre-season and have played an all-ACAC schedule.

    OUT EAST

    Sep 20 Guelph 3 Brock 4 (Steel Blade Final) : [Brock Game Story]

    UP NEXT

    Sep 21 St. Thomas at New Brunswick
    Sep 22 Acadia v Moncton (at Gananoque)
    Sep 23 Saint Mary's v St. F-X (at Bridgewater)
    Sep 24 Concordia at Western Ontario (E/W Tournament)
    Sep 24 Queen's at St. Thomas
    Sep 24 Ryerson at York (York Tournament)
    Sep 24 Toronto v UOIT (York Tournament)
    Sep 24 Windsor v Nipissing (E/W Tournament)
    Sep 25 Manitoba at Lakehead
    Sep 25 Regina at Calgary
    Sep 25 Saskatchewan at NAIT (ACAC)
    Sep 25 UBC at Alberta
    Sep 25 Brock at Acadia
    Sep 25 Concordia v Windsor/Nipissing (E/W Tournament)
    Sep 25 Moncton at UPEI
    Sep 25 Windsor/Nipissing at Western Ontario (E/W Tournament)
    Sep 25 RMC at McGill
    Sep 25 Ryerson v UOIT/Toronto (York Tournament)
    Sep 25 St. Thomas at Dalhousie
    Sep 25 Toronto/UOIT at York (York Tournament)
    Sep 25 Waterloo at St. F-X
    Sep 25 Windsor v Concordia (at London)

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    Sept 25-26 Preview

    BISONS OFF TO THUNDER BAY


    MANITOBA BISONS (0-0-0, 0-2-0, OHT36 #N/R)l
    LAKEHEAD THUNDERWOLVES (0-0-0, 0-0-0, OHT36 #N/R)


    Friday, September 25th, 7:00 EDT/ 6:00 CDT
    Saturday, September 26th, 7:00 EDT/ 6:00 CDT


    Live Links:
    :. [OUA Live Streaming is TBD]

    Manitoba Links:
    :. [U of M Team Site] : [Roster Page]
    :. [LS Roster (awaiting update)]
    :. [Twitter] : [Facebook]

    Lakehead Links:
    :. [Preview Story]
    :. [Roster Story] : [Roster Page]
    :. [Twitter] : [Facebook]

    Other Links:
    :. [CIS Site]
    :. [CW Site]
    :. [Every Link Re: CIS Hockey]


    This series will bring back memories of the dearly departed Great Plains Athletic Conference. Back then these two shared a conference with the Regina Cougars, Brandon Bobcats, and Winnipeg Wesmen. And the Lakehead team was called the Nor'Westers. The demise of GPAC temporarily halted sports at LU, but they came back in the OUA as the newly minted Thunderwolves.

    At one time the Puppies were one of the better teams in the CIS. Their private model put fans in the stands and a string of University Cups seemed inevitable. Never happened. The last time the Herd made their way to T-Bay they swept aside the Wolves rather handily. That was in December 2010. Both sides have obviously turned their rosters over in that time.

    Last season the Bisons were 15-13-0 and 21-17-0 overall, including a quarter-final loss in three games to UBC. They were #15 in the OHT36. Lakehead was 10-14-3 in the regular season and 13-20-5 overall, including a 2-2 playoff record. They were #26 in the OHT36.

    The Bisons are 0-2-0 in the pre-season, and scored but one goal in the process. There are no reports or stats from those games available to me. In any event, I see the goaltending as maybe a touch better than last year, the defence on par (although they could use an 8th healthy body back there), and the forwards being weaker unless 1 or 2 of the many newcomers come up big.

    The Wolves have 8 rookies and 9 sophomores, compared to 11 and 7 respectively for the Bisons. The Lakehead roster page does not say where their players came from, so gauging the quality of their recruits would require some time doing research. My impression is that they aren't expecting a major transition this year. Although after years of being a playoff disappointment, it was refreshing that they turned the tables. After finishing 7th in a 10-team OUA West they beat the #2 UWO Urban Cowboys and then lost to the #1 Windsor Lancers.


    Lakehead's site posted this retro photo from the last series.

    ELSEWHERE:

    Sep 25 Regina at Calgary
    Sep 25 Saskatchewan v UBC (Alta Tournament)
    Sep 25 NAIT (ACAC) at Alberta (Alta Tournament)
    Sep 26 Regina at Calgary
    Sep 26 NAIT (ACAC) v UBC (Alta Tournament)
    Sep 26 Saskatchewan at Alberta (Alta Tournament)

    OUT EAST:

    Sep 25 Brock at Acadia
    Sep 25 Concordia v Windsor (E/W Tournament)
    Sep 25 Moncton at UPEI
    Sep 25 Nipissing at Western Ontario (E/W Tournament)
    Sep 25 RMC at McGill
    Sep 25 Ryerson v UOIT (York Tournament)
    Sep 25 St. Thomas at Dalhousie
    Sep 25 Toronto at York (York Tournament)
    Sep 25 Waterloo at St. F-X
    Sep 26 Brock at Acadia
    Sep 26 New Brunswick at Dalhousie (at Truro)
    Sep 26 Queen's at UPEI
    Sep 26 RMC at McGill
    Sep 26 Waterloo at Saint Mary's (at Bridgewater)

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    Sept 25: Herd loses 3rd straight


    MANITOBA BISONS 3
    LAKEHEAD THUNDERWOLVES 4


    Links:
    :. [Lakehead Game Story]


    On the positive side, the Bisons scored 3 goals. But a loss is a loss. There are no stats available. All I know is Shaq Merasty scored twice and Brett Stovin once. And Justin Paulic played the last half of the game in goal. The rematch goes Saturday at 6:00 CDT.

    OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD


    REGINA COUGARS 2
    CALGARY DINOSAURS 4


    Links:
    :. [U of C Schedule/Results]


    This makes Bedrock U 4-2-0 and the Banjocats fall to 2-2-0. The rematch here also goes on Saturday.


    N.A.I.T. OOKS 4
    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 3

    (in overtime)

    Links:
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    The Evil Monkeys blew a 3-0 lead in this loss. The ACAC is racking up a lot of wins this pre-season.


    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 3
    U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 2


    Links:
    :. [UBC Schedule/Results]


    UBC falls to 1-2-1 with this loss to the revitalized Banjo-Mutts. The Mutts are now 3-0-0 after finishing 6th last year. Sask also beat UBC in football Friday night. This was part of the Brick Invitational in Edmontown.

    OUT EAST

    Sep 25 Brock 3 Acadia 4 : [Acadia Boxscore]
    Sep 25 Concordia 2 Windsor 3 (E/W Tournament) : [Concordia Site]
    Sep 25 Moncton at UPEI
    Sep 25 Nipissing at Western Ontario (E/W Tournament)
    Sep 25 RMC at McGill - moved to Sept 26
    Sep 25 Ryerson 3 UOIT 6 (York Tournament) : [Ryerson Schedule/Results]
    Sep 25 St. Thomas 5 Dalhousie 2 : [Dalhousie Schedule/Results]
    Sep 25 Toronto 4 York 1 (York Tournament) : [Toronto Schedule/Results]
    Sep 25 Waterloo 3 St. F-X 4 (so) : [Toronto Schedule/Results]

    UP NEXT

    Sep 26 Manitoba at Lakehead
    Sep 26 Regina at Calgary
    Sep 26 NAIT (ACAC) v UBC (Alta Tournament)
    Sep 26 Saskatchewan at Alberta (Alta Tournament)
    Sep 26 Brock at Acadia
    Sep 26 New Brunswick at Dalhousie (at Truro)
    Sep 26 Queen's at UPEI
    Sep 26 RMC at McGill
    Sep 26 Waterloo at Saint Mary's (at Bridgewater)

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    Interleague, pre-season, whatever - I was very surprised to see Alberta lose to NAIT. That's two years in a row that they've lost to an ACAC team, I think. They lost to Augustana last season, I think.

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    Sept 26: Bisons claim 1st win


    MANITOBA BISONS 6
    LAKEHEAD THUNDERWOLVES 2


    Links:
    :. [Lakehead Game Story]


    While it is only exhibition, nobody likes to lose 4 straight. So it is with great relief that the Bisons have racked up a victory. And an emphatic one at that. The Herd is now 1-3-0 and Lakehead falls to 1-1-0.

    After Warren Callis scored in the 1st period to tie the game, the Bison goals were scored by newcomers. Jonah Wasylak and Brett Brooks (once into an empty net) each scored twice, and Justin Augert once. In goal, Dasan Sydora played the 1st and Byron Spriggs finished ot off.

    The Molson Three Stars of the game were:
    1. Byron Spriggs, Manitoba
    2. Cody Alcock, Lakehead
    3. Jonah Wasylak, Manitoba

    The pre-season wraps up next weekend with the Bisons off to the Excited States to face North Dakota and Bemidji State. Lakehead stays at home to face Laurentian.





    OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD


    REGINA COUGARS 1
    CALGARY DINOSAURS 3


    Links:
    :. [U of C Schedule/Results]


    The win for Bedrock over Regina is no surprise. But when all is said and done, the Extinct Ones will have 10 exhibition games before a 28 game regular season begins. They are now 5-2-0 and travel to Colorado next weekend. The Banjocats are now 2-3-0 and are finished their pre-season. Their next action will be October 9th when they come to visit the Bisons.


    N.A.I.T. OOKS 4
    U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 2


    Links:
    :. [UBC Schedule/Results]


    The Ooks shocked everybody by winning this game and, combined with the late game, gave them the tournament title. The Ooks went 3-0-1 this pre-season, all against CW teams. UBC finishes the pre-season at 1-3-1 and open at home against MRU on October 9th.


    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 0
    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 5


    Links:
    :. [UofA Game Story]


    After a shock loss on Friday night, the Evil Monkeys came out with a vengeance against the Mangy Mutts. The result gave the Ooks the tournament wtitle with 4 points, the Monkeys had 3, the Mutts 2, and the Tweety-Birds zip.

    OUT EAST

    Sep 26 Brock 1 Acadia 3 : [Acadia Boxscore]
    Sep 26 New Brunswick 6 Dalhousie 2 (at Truro) : [Dal Schedule/Results]
    Sep 26 Queen's 1 UPEI 2 : [Queen's Game Story]
    Sep 26 RMC 1 McGill 5 : [McGill Boxscore]
    Sep 26 Waterloo 3 Saint Mary's 5 (at Bridgewater) : [SMU Schedule/Results]

    Missing scores from Friday:
    Sep 25 Moncton 2 UPEI 3 (ot) : [UdeM Story]
    Sep 25 Nipissing 4 Western Ontario 2 (E/W Tournament) : [NU Schedule/Results]

    UP NEXT

    Sep 27 Brock at Moncton (at Shediac)
    Sep 27 McGill at UQTR

    Sep 28 Binghampton (AHL) at Carleton
    Sep 29 York at Toronto
    Sep 30 Laurier at Windsor
    Sep 30 Blizzard Trois-Rivieres (LNAH) at UQTR
    Oct 01 New Brunsiwck at Portland (AHL)
    Oct 02 Mount Royal at Alaska-Anchorage (NCAA)
    Oct 02 Laurentian at Lakehead
    Oct 02 Saint Mary's v Moncton (at Truro)
    Oct 03 Alberta at St. Cloud State (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Calgary at Colorado College (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Lethbridge at Western Michigan (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Manitoba at North Dakota (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Mount Royal at Alaska Fairbanks (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Simon Fraser (BCIHL) at Providence (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Acadia at Boston U. (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Brock at Ohio State (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Carleton at St. Lawrence (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Dalhousie at Massachusetts-Amherst (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Laurentian at Lakehead
    Oct 03 Laurier at Niagara (NCAA)
    Oct 03 McGill at Clarkson (NCAA)
    Oct 03 New Brunswick at Boston College (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Queen's at Connecticut (NCAA)
    Oct 03 St. F-X at Merrimack (NCAA)
    Oct 03 St. Thomas at RPI (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Toronto at Bowling Green (NCAA)
    Oct 03 UOIT at RIT (NCAA)
    Oct 03 UPEI at Saint Mary's
    Oct 03 Western Ontario at Miami (NCAA)
    Oct 03 York at Ryerson

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    Interleague, pre-season, whatever - I was very surprised to see Alberta lose to NAIT. That's two years in a row that they've lost to an ACAC team, I think. They lost to Augustana last season, I think.
    They did.

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    Oct 3-4: Bisons off to U.S.A.

    BISONS WRAP UP PRE-SEASON


    MANITOBA BISONS (0-0-0, 1-3-0, OHT36 #N/R)
    NORTH DAKOTA FLICKERTAILS (0-0-0, 0-0-0, USCHO #4)
    BEMIDJI STATE BEAVERS (0-0-0, 0-0-0, USCHO #N/R)


    Saturday, October 3rd, 7:00 CDT at UND
    Sunday, October 4th, 1:30 CDT at BSU


    Manitoba Links:
    :. [U of M Team Site] : [Roster Page]
    :. [LS Roster (awaiting update)]
    :. [Twitter] : [Facebook]
    :. [Repost Sept 25] : [Repost Sept 26]

    North Dakota Links:
    :. [Preview Story] : [Roster]
    :. [Game Notes (pdf)]
    :. [Radio] : [Video] : [Live Stats]

    Bemidji Links:
    :. [Preview Story] : [Roster]
    :. [Radio] : [Video] : [Live Stats]

    Other Links:
    :. [CIS Site]
    :. [CW Site]
    :. [Every Link Re: CIS Hockey]


    After starting the pre-season with 3 straight losses, the Bisons seem to have come to life in their 2nd game in Thunder Bay last weekend. On the positive side, they scored 9 goals after a 1 goal weekend the week previous. Also, newcomers racked up ,oads of goals. On the downside, they still gave up 6 goals in week 2, down from 7 in week 1. With so many new players, it could be argued that they need some time to build themselves into a team. The GAA does scare me. The defence should be a strength and the goaltending should be comparable to last year's.

    In any event, it is off to Grand Forks where the Bisons will play before 10,000+ at The Ralph. The Bisons do not adapt well to the ritzy surroundings. They usually fare much better in Bemidji. This year's UND team should be quite a power. They won the NCHC last year and will be rasing the banner on Saturday night. They have 13 players drafted by NHL teams. The UND team normally has a lot of Manitoba boys, but now have only two, neither of whom played in the MJHL. Their new coach, Nrad Berry, is a former Jet and Moose.

    The UND team used to be called the "Fighting Sioux" but that name has been shelved whilst a new one is selected. However, I have decided to dub the team the "Flickertails", which was their original name. Sharp logo, eh?

    To watch on-line it appears that a paid membership is necessary, at least for the UND game. The radio links are free.

    Elsewhere in the CW, three teams (UBC, Sask, and Regina) will take the weekend off. The remaining teams (Alberta, Calgary, Mount Royal, and Lethbridge) are also on their way to the Excited States.

    WEEEKLY OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD:

    Sep 28 Binghampton (AHL) 0 Carleton 1 : [Carleton Game Story]
    Sep 29 York 2 Toronto 1 : [Toronto Game Story]
    Sep 30 Laurier 2 Windsor 1 (ot) : [Laurier Game Story]
    Sep 30 Blizzard T-R (LNAH) 6 UQTR 2 : [UQTR Twitter]
    Oct 01 New Brunswick 5 Portland (AHL) 3 : [UNB Schedule]

    ELSEWHERE:

    Oct 02 Mount Royal at Alaska-Anchorage (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Alberta at St. Cloud State (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Calgary at Colorado College (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Lethbridge at Western Michigan (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Mount Royal at Alaska Fairbanks (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Simon Fraser (BCIHL) at Providence (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Alberta at Minnesota State (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Calgary at Denver (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Lethbridge at Ferris State (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Mount Royal at Alaska-Fairbanks (NCAA)
    Oct 05 Calgary at Air Force (NCAA)

    OUT EAST:

    OUA
    Oct 02 Laurentian at Lakehead
    Oct 03 Brock at Ohio State (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Carleton at St. Lawrence (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Laurentian at Lakehead
    Oct 03 Laurier at Niagara (NCAA)
    Oct 03 McGill at Clarkson (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Queen's at Connecticut (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Toronto at Bowling Green (NCAA)
    Oct 03 UOIT at RIT (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Western Ontario at Miami (NCAA)
    Oct 03 York at Ryerson
    Oct 04 Lakehead at Minnesota-Duluth (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Toronto at Michigan (NCAA)
    Oct 04 UOIT at Canisius (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Western Ontario at Michigan State (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Windsor at Penn State (NCAA)

    AUS
    Oct 02 Saint Mary's v Moncton (at Truro)
    Oct 03 Acadia at Boston U. (NCAA)
    Oct 03 Dalhousie at Massachusetts-Amherst (NCAA)
    Oct 03 New Brunswick at Boston College (NCAA)
    Oct 03 St. F-X at Merrimack (NCAA)
    Oct 03 St. Thomas at RPI (NCAA)
    Oct 03 UPEI at Saint Mary's
    Oct 04 Acadia at Vermont (NCAA)
    Oct 04 New Brunswick at Massachusetts-Lowell (NCAA)
    Oct 04 St. F-X at New Hampshire (NCAA)
    Oct 04 St. Thomas at Quinippiac (NCAA)
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    Oct 2: Light Night

    The Bisons, and the great bulk of teams, are playing a Saturday-Sunday weekend schedule this weekend.

    OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD


    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 1
    ALASKA-ANCHORAGE SEAWOLVES 0


    Links:
    :. [UAA Game Story]
    :. [UAA Boxscore/Stats]


    The Blue Kittens started their trip way up north with a real defensive battle. This game was scoreless until the 3rd period and there were only 30 shots on goal, combined. (17-13 in favour of MRU.) MRU is now 2-2-0 in the pre-season. This was UAA's first game.

    OUT EAST

    Oct 2 Moncton 0 Saint Mary's 2 : [SMU Schedule/Results]
    Oct 2 Laurentian 3 Lakehead 4 : [Lakehea Game Story]

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    Oct 3: Bisons crushed at UND


    MANITOBA BISONS 3
    NORTH DAKOTA FLICKERTAILS 8


    Links:
    :. [UND Game Story]
    :. [UND Live Stats]
    :. [Bisons Schedule/Results]


    This was a bad game for the Bisons. They were outshot 56-17. However they did hold a 2-1 lead until a 5 goal outburst for UND put the game away in the 2nd period. They also played a 3-on-3 "overtime", where UND notched the goal. The team will have to regroup for their Sunday 1:30 matinee against Bemidji State.

    OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD


    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 2
    ST. CLOUD STATE HUSKIES 6


    Links:
    :. [SCSU Gane Story]
    :. [SCSU Boxscore]


    The Bison result may have been anticipated but this was not. The Evil Monkeys swept away their NCAA opposition last season. They also outshot SCSU 34-25 in this one. Is goaltending an issue? New recruit Marc-Olivier Daigle played the first half of the game and gave up 5 goals on 12 shots.


    CALGARY DINOSAURS 2
    COLORADO COLLEGE TIGERS 6


    Links:
    :. [USCHO Boxscore]
    :. [CC Game Story]


    Bedrock U may also have a goaltending issue. They gave up 6 goals on 31 shots. Curtis Honey played one period and stopped 9 of 12. Steven Stanford came in and stopped 16 of 19.


    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 4
    WESTERN MICHIGAN BRONCOS 3


    Links:
    :. [WMU Game Story]
    :. [WMU Boxscore]


    When the H0rny Ones beat a university team, the first question has to be "Did the other team remember to bring their skates?" I saw the highlights at the links and it appears that the Broncos had skates. Lethbridge had a 4-1 lead after two periods then hung on for the win. Dtlan Tait was back in the Lethbridge net. Andy Murray is the WMU coach.

    OUT EAST

    Oct 03 Laurentian 4 Lakehead 3 (ot) : [LU Game Story]
    Oct 03 UPEI 3 Saint Mary's 2 : [SMU Game Story]
    Oct 03 York 2 Ryerson 5 : [RU Game Story]

    NCAA scores and links to boxscores: : [USCHO Scoreboard]

    Oct 03 Simon Fraser 1 Providence 9
    Oct 03 Acadia 2 Boston U. 4
    Oct 03 Brock 0 Ohio State 4
    Oct 03 Carleton 3 St. Lawrence 5
    Oct 03 Dalhousie 0 Massachusetts-Amherst 4
    Oct 03 Laurier 3 Niagara 5
    Oct 03 McGill 3 Clarkson 4
    Oct 03 New Brunswick 5 Boston College 2
    Oct 03 Queen's 1 Connecticut 3
    Oct 03 St. F-X 1 Merrimack 4
    Oct 03 St. Thomas 3 RPI 2 (ot)
    Oct 03 Toronto 3 Bowling Green 4
    Oct 03 UOIT 1 RIT 9
    Oct 03 Western Ontario 1 Miami 6

    UP NEXT

    Oct 04 Alberta at Minnesota State (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Calgary at Denver (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Lethbridge at Ferris State (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Manitoba at Bemidji State (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Mount Royal at Alaska-Fairbanks (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Acadia at Vermont (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Lakehead at Minnesota-Duluth (NCAA)
    Oct 04 New Brunswick at Massachusetts-Lowell (NCAA)
    Oct 04 St. F-X at New Hampshire (NCAA)
    Oct 04 St. Thomas at Quinippiac (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Toronto at Michigan (NCAA)
    Oct 04 UOIT at Canisius (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Western Ontario at Michigan State (NCAA)
    Oct 04 Windsor at Penn State (NCAA)
    Oct 05 Calgary at Air Force (NCAA)

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    Oct 4: Bisons Beaten In Bemidji


    MANITOBA BISONS 1
    BEMIDJI STATE BEAVERS 6


    Links:
    :. [BSU Game Day]
    :. [BSU Live Stats]
    :. [Bisons Schedule/Results]


    Another bad game for the Bisons. Giving up 6 goals when outshot 28-20 rings alarm bells.

    The rest of the CW went 3-5 against the NCAA, whilst the AUS went 4-6. Of course, all games were hosted by the NCAA teams. So being outscored 14-4 on the weekend should also ring alarm bells.

    Not dressed for the Bisons were goaltender Byron Spriggs, defenceman Rene Hunterm and forward Jordan Depape. All 3 of those played against UND. Also, forward Chris Stockl did not dress for either game.

    Justin Paulic started and gave up 4 goals on 21 shots. Dasan Sydora relieved in the 3rd period and surrendered 2 goals on 7 shots. Dylan Kelly scored the only goal for the Bisons.

    This wraps up the pre-season and the Bisons finish at 1-5-0. At this point they must be relieved that these games are only exhibition. They start playing for real Friday night at the friendly confines of the Wayne Fleming Arena located at the U of M's Max Bell Centre. With no home exhibition games I am interested in seeing what they look like. Friday's game goes at 7:00 and Saturday's at 1:00.

    OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD


    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 3
    MINNESOTA STATE MUSTANGS 2

    (in overtime)

    Links:
    :. [MSU Game Story]
    :. [MSU Boxscore]


    The Monkeys salvaged a split on their trip to the land o' lakes. Once again they outshot their opponent (31-25) and with Luke Siemens in goal they never got trampled. MSU is ranked #6 in pre-season NCAA polls. The Apes finish 5-2-1 in the pre-season.


    CALGARY DINOSAURS 0
    DENVER PIONEERS 4


    Links:
    :. [DU Gametracker]


    Lots of the Denver links aren't working, but we get the basics. Steven Stanford went the distance for the Bedrock Boys. The shots were 26-20 for Denver. The Dinos are now 5-4-0 with one game left in the pre-season.


    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 2
    FERRIS STATE BULLDOGS 4


    Links:
    :. [FSU Game Story]
    :. [FSU Boxscore]


    The H0rny Ones were looking like a mid-level ACAC team this pre-season but had a pretty good weekend in the Excited States. They were down 3-2 when a penalty shot was saved, followed by an empty net goal. Dylan Tait did well in goal, considering they were outshot 40-26. Could the Horns improve this year? They were 6-2-0 in the pre-season (5-1-0 against the ACAC and 1-1-0 against the NCAA.)


    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 0
    ALASKA NANOOKS 4


    Links:
    :. [UAF Game Story]


    MRU generated a lot of shots (37) but could not score. The game is lacking a boxscore at this stage. The Cougars are now 2-3-0 and have finished their pre-season.

    OUT EAST

    Season opener:
    Oct 03 RMC 6 Nipissing 5 (OT) : [Boxscore]

    NCAA scores and links to boxscores: : [USCHO Scoreboard]

    Oct 04 Acadia 2 Vermont 1
    Oct 04 Dalhousie 5 Sacred Heart 3
    Oct 04 Lakehead 1 Minnesota-Duluth 6
    Oct 04 New Brunswick 2 Massachusetts-Lowell 3
    Oct 04 St. F-X 4 New Hampshire 6
    Oct 04 St. Thomas 1 Quinippiac 3
    Oct 04 Toronto 1 Michigan 8
    Oct 04 UOIT 4 Canisius 2
    Oct 04 Western Ontario 1 Michigan State 2
    Oct 04 Windsor 2 Penn State 5

    UP NEXT

    Oct 05 Calgary at Air Force (NCAA)

    Regular season:
    Wed. Oct. 7
    Guelph at Windsor

    Thu. Oct. 8
    St. Thomas at Moncton
    Brock at Waterloo

    Fri. Oct. 9
    Regina at Manitoba
    Alberta at Lethbridge
    Saskatchewan at Calgary
    Mount Royal at UBC
    Queen's at RMC
    W. Ontario at Brock
    UQTR at Toronto
    Concordia at Ryerson
    McGill at UOIT

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    Preview: Oct 9-10: Regina at Manitoba

    THE SEASON IS STARTING!


    REGINA COUGARS (0-0-0, 2-3-0, OHT36 #-, 7th in 2015)
    MANITOBA BISONS (0-0-0, 1-5-0, OHT36 #-, 4th in 2015)


    Friday, October 9th, 7:00 CDT @ Fleming Arena
    Saturday, October 10th, 1:00 CDT @ Fleming Arena


    Live Links:
    :. [Live Stats Friday] : [Live Stats Saturday]
    :. [Video: CanadaWest.tv]

    Manitoba Links:
    :. [Captains Announced] : [Preview Story]
    :. [LS Stats] : [LS Schedule/Results]
    :. [Twitter] : [Facebook]

    Regina Links:
    :. [U of R Site]
    :. [LS Stats] : [LS Schedule/Results]
    :. [Twitter] : [Facebook]

    Other Links:
    :. [CIS Site] : [Schedule/Results/Links] : [Standings]
    :. [CW Site] : [Schedule/Results/Links]
    :. [Every Link Re: CIS Hockey]


    The LeagueStat conference rosters are slow on the update this year. I was going to do a pre-season conference-wide arrivals and departures list but that will have to wait I guess. For now, here's the details on this week's opponents:

    MANITOBA BISONS

    Goalies

    Returning
    1 Byron Spriggs

    Arrivals
    1 Justin Paulic
    34 Dasan Sydora

    Departures
    34 Deven Dubyk

    Defencemen

    Returning
    2 Channing Bresciani
    5 Lee Christensen
    6 Luke Paulsen
    9 Rene Hunter
    12 Brock Sutherland

    Arrivals
    2 Adam Henry
    3 Sean Christensen

    Departures
    3 Josh Elmes
    22 Darren Bestland
    28 Kyle Rous

    Forwards

    Returning
    16 Jesse Paradis
    17 Warren Callis
    18 Dylan Kelly
    20 Dustin Bruyere
    23 Joel Schreyer
    24 Justin Augert
    25 Shaquille Merasty
    27 Jordan DePape

    Arrivals
    8 Liam Bilton
    15 Chris Stockl
    19 Zach Waldvogel
    21 Brett Brooks
    22 Jordyn Boyd
    28 Brett Stovin
    29 Jonah Wasylak

    Departures
    8 Jory Coates
    10 Brett Dudar
    11 Colin Mospanchuk
    15 Chad Robinson
    20 Aaron Lewadniuk
    21 Taylor Dickin


    Bison Outlook

    The Bison roster has undergone an almost complete transformation the last 2 years. The entire roster is eligible to return next year. That is unlikely, since players seldom use all 5 years of eligibility to get their degree(s).

    In any event, 5 of their top 10 scorers are gone from last season. I had anticipated that the team's success would therefore depend on the success of the new recruits up front. This was born out on the first weekend of pre-season when they scored just one goal in two games. However, things appeared remedied when they split with Lakehead in week 2. The team was blitzed last weekend against NCAA teams.

    The question for me is whether the pre-season GAA is down to goaltending or team defence. Time will tell. On paper, both positions should be equal to last year.

    Last season the Bisons were 15-13-0 and finished 5th. They lost 2 games to 1 in the quarter-finals to UBC. Using the 3-2-1 point system used in IIHF competitions and the CW women's league, the Bisons would have been 4th.

    How will the Bisons do? Frankly, I don't see that any team in the CW has improved themselves over last year. The Bisons have a tough schedule to start. In the first 5 weekends of the schedule, they will play away series against all of last year's top 3 teams. If they can survive the start they will be in great shape for the rest of the season. If not, a young team will have to learn how to keep the faith. Four points this weekend would certainly come in handy.

    REGINA COUGARS

    Goalies

    Returning
    1 Mitch Kilgore

    Arrivals
    30 Andy Desautels
    31 Dawson MacAuley

    Departures
    30 Andrew Hayes
    35 Lucas Gore

    Defencemen

    Returning
    2 Ryan Dech
    4 John Sonntag
    6 Devon McMullen
    7 Mark Schneider
    8 Austin Bourhis
    18 Brody Luhning

    Arrivals
    20 Stefan Virtanen
    24 Tyler Bell
    28 Landon Peel
    29 Landon Cross

    Departures
    5 Jordan Reeve
    20 Steven Turner
    24 Ward Szucki
    28 John Neibrandt

    Forwards

    Returning
    13 Brock Appleyard
    14 Ian McNulty
    15 Tyler Giebel
    16 Zach McPhee
    19 Sanfred King
    21 Skyler Hladun
    22 Troy Hunter
    23 Christian Magnus
    27 Cody Fowlie
    29 Miguel Pereira

    Arrivals
    9 Dillan McCombie
    10 JJ Coleshaw
    11 Dylen McKinlay
    12 Trent Lofthouse
    25 Stephen Langford

    Departures
    9 Tyler Penny
    10 Tyler Henry
    11 Dylen McKinlay
    12 Liam Brennan
    17 Carter Selinger
    25 Erik Benoit


    Cougar Outlook:

    Like all teams, they will be losing a lot of veterans. It goes with the territory. But they are returning their top 5 scorers and 7 of their top 10. The one weakness is that their recruiting class is solidly from the Junior A ranks. The rest of the CW teams have a blend of Major Junior grads coming in, who often can step right in to the upper crust of a lineup.

    Their pre-season highlight was a 4-0 win over the Bisons in the opening game for both teams. After that their only win was over Briercrest of the ACAC. They lost, but not egregiously so, to Saskatchewan and Calgary (twice).

    Last year they finished 8-17-3 and were 7th, 4 points behind Saskatchewan and the final playoff berth. I would anticipate a similar type of season from them this year. To do better their returning vets would have to raise their level.

    ELSEWHERE:


    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS (0-0-0, 5-2-1, OHT36 #-, 1st in 2015)
    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS (0-0-0, 6-2-0, OHT36 #-, 8th in 2015)


    Links:
    :. [U of A Site]
    :, [U of L Preview]


    This is the battle of first vs worst. And by no small margin. The Evil Monkeys have won two straight national titles. The H0rny Ones went 5-23-0. This season the Horns have added 15 new players, making this an almost new team. The good news is that Dylan Tait is back in the Lethbridge goal after having had a health scare last year.

    The Monkeys wobbled a bit in the pre-season. I have a question about their goaltending recruits. But I don;t see them finishing any lower than 1st.

    The H0rny Ones did not face a CW team in pre-season. They had a 6 game run through the ACAC and their results were a very mid-range performance. They did get a spliy against NCAA teams last weekend, which is all Alberta got.


    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES (0-0-0, 3-1-0, OHT36 #-, 6th in 2015)
    CALGARY DINOSAURS (0-0-0, 5-5-0, OHT36 #-, 2nd in 2015)


    Links:
    :. [U of S Site]
    :. [U of C Preview Story]


    The fact that Sask fell fromn being the University Cup runner-up in 2014 to scrambling to eke out a playoff spot over Regina in 2015 was a bit of a shock. They were closer to 7th than to 5th. They did manage a decent pre-season, however their recruiting class was good but not program-altering. Their website is very short on content so it is possible they have recruits still not publicized.

    The Dinos have a real quirk. They had two of the best goaltenders in the country, both of whom graduated last year. So now what? Steven Stafford from UBC redshirted last year. He is OK, biut Lazaruk and DeSerres were both better. They have some good recruits, but have lost some top-notch players. I suspect they will be either 2nd or reasonably close to it when the season ends.


    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS (0-0-0, 2-2-1, OHT36 #-, 3rd in 2015)
    U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS (0-0-0, 1-3-1, OHT36 #-, 4th in 2015)


    Links:
    :. [UBC Preview Story]
    :. [MRU Site]


    Both of these teams had their best seasons in a long time. In the case of UBC, it was the first time they hosted a playoff series since the 1970s. For MRU, it was their best season since joining the CW. They were s solid contender for 2nd, and a place in the University Cup.

    I suspect that both sides will slip a bit. UBC lost a coach and many leaders. They could go either way. This was not a good time to lose their coach. MRU's roster still looks good enough to stay at least in the mid-pack.

    OUT EAST:

    Link: [CIS Schedule/Results Page]

    Sat Oct 03 RMC 6 Nipissing 5 - OT
    Wed Oct 07 Guelph 1 Windsor 5
    Thu Oct 08 St. Thomas 1 Moncton 4
    Thu Oct 08 Brock 4 Waterloo 5 - OT
    Fri Oct 09 Queen's at RMC
    Fri Oct 09 Western Ontario at Brock
    Fri Oct 09 UQTR at Toronto
    Fri Oct 09 Concordia at Ryerson
    Fri Oct 09 McGill at UOIT
    Sat Oct 10 UQTR at Ryerson
    Sat Oct 10 St. F-X at Acadia
    Sat Oct 10 Dalhousie at Saint Mary's
    Sat Oct 10 UPEI at UNB
    Sat Oct 10 McGill at Carleton
    Sat Oct 10 UOIT at RMC
    Sat Oct 10 York at Laurier
    Sat Oct 10 Concordia at Toronto
    Sat Oct 10 Waterloo at Windsor

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    Additional preview



    The CW has a conference preview prepared by Evan Daum. It includes the coaches' poll where the Evil MOnkeys are the unanimous choice to finish first. Here's the poll:

    Team -- Points (First place votes)
    1. Alberta 77 (7)
    2. Saskatchewan 48 (1)
    3. Calgary *45
    4. Mount Royal 45
    5. U.B.C. 39
    6. Manitoba 24
    7. Lethbridge 14
    8. Regina 10

    * Calgary earns higher position thanks to more second place votes

    Point system: 1st (11 pts.), 2nd (9 pts.), 3rd (7 pts.), 4th (5 pts.), 5th (3 pts.), 6th (2 pts.), 7th (1 pt.) / Coaches may not vote for their own team.

    I am surprised that Sask is so highly rated. A mild surprise would be Lethbridge being ahead of Regina.

    And Mount Royal has a pre-series video link instead of a story.

    Links:
    :. [Canada West Preview Story]
    :. [MRU Video]

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    With a night game followed by an afternoon game, and the Rugby World Cup on in the morning, I have not had time to do a full report on Friday. The Bison game was a very good one which they deserved to win. They generated good chances but often flubbed good passes. Anyhow, it was night of close games. Three went to overtime and in the other Alberta needed an empty-netter to beat Lethbridge. Scores:

    Regina 2 Manitoba 1 OT
    Alberta 2 Lethbridge 0
    Sask 6 Calgary 5 OT
    MRU 3 UBC 4 OT

    CW: http://www.leaguestat.com/canadawest...09&season_id=7

    CIS: http://english.cis-sic.ca/sports/mice/2015-16/schedule

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    Oct 9: Bisons Lose on Overtime Night


    REGINA COUGARS 2
    MANITOBA BISONS 1

    (in overtime)

    Links:
    LeagueStat: [Summary]
    Boxscores: [CIS] : [CW] : [UM] : [UR]
    Stories: [UM] : [rp @CW] : [rp @UR]


    This was well played in some respects, yet not in others. On the positive side, Each side was skating well and generating lots of chances. On the down side, the finish was not there and Regina tended to scramble and give the ouck away at the darndest times. The new Cat in the Net is Dawson MacAuley, and he did a great job.

    Here's how they lined up:

    MANITOBA

    Goal:
    36 Spriggs (1 Paulic)

    Defence:
    2 Henry - 6 Paulsen
    12 Sutherland - 9 Hunter
    5 L Christensen - 4 Bresciani

    Forwards:
    25 Merasty - 28 Stovin - 27 DePape
    18 Kelly - 21 Brooks - 16 Paradis
    24 Augert - 8 Bilton - 29 Wasylak
    23 Schreyer - 17 Callis - 20 Bruyere

    Scratches:
    3 S Christensen D - 34 Sydora G
    15 Stockl - 18 Waldvogel - 22 Boyd

    REGINA

    Goal:
    31 MacAuley (1 Kilgore)

    Defence:
    8 Bourhis - 6 McMullen
    28 Peel - 4 Sonntag
    7 Schneider - 24 Bell

    Forwards:
    13 Appleyard - 15 - Geibel - 22 Hunter
    27 Fowlie - 10 Coleshaw - 11 McKinlay
    12 Lofthouse - 16 McPhee - 17 Pereira
    9 McCombie - 14 McNulty - 19 King

    Scratches:
    2 Dech D - 18 Luhning D - 29 Cross D
    20 Virtanen F - 21 Hladun F - 23 Magnus F
    25 Langford F - 30 Desautels G

    While The Bisons still had 41 shots on goal, that statistic does not tell the whole story. This was a game where nice passes were jumpimg over sticks or the recipient would half fan on the shot, or bounce one off the glass. Throughout the game I had the imnpression that one goal would cause the dyke to burst. Even on their lone goal, Justin Augert fanned on a centring pass from Brett Brooks. Once the puck went past him, Liam Bilton used him as a screen and scored.

    There was some controversy on Regina's winning goal by Dylen McKinney. The play to him was set up by a trip to the Bison defender.

    On the whole, the Banjo-Cats were more of a counter-attack kind of team. The Bisons gradually took control of the game, outshooting them 15-6 in the 3rd period and 41-32 overall.

    Byron Spriggs went the distance in goal, after becoming the Bison starter in games 2 and 3 of last year's playoffs.

    Of the Bison newcomers, the most notable were:

    Rene Hunter - He was ejected for a hit to the head. He delivered a devastating body check early in the game and would appear to be a good replacement for Darren Bestland.

    Brett Stovin - He is centring the top line and they fit together very well with size, speed, and playmaking. All they needed was some finish.

    Jonah Wasylak - This guy is one big, mean winger. He had a couple of good bursts of speed.


    DePape's line had many good chances.


    There were a lot of goal mouth scrambles like this one.

    OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD


    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 6
    CALGARY DINOSAURS 5

    (in overtime)

    Links:
    LeagueStat: [Summary]
    Boxscores: [CIS] : [CW]
    Stories: [UC] : [rp @CW] : [rp @US]


    This was a wild west shoot-out. Well, actually it was decided in overtime. The goaltending stats were not impressive. 11 goals on 59 shots, combined. The Mangy Ones are going with 2nd year Jordon Cooke and Bedrock U is going with Steven Stanford, ex of UBC. Sask tied it with just over a minute to go. Oddly, there were 11 different goal scorers.


    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 0
    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 2


    Links:
    LeagueStat: [Summary]
    Boxscores: [CIS] : [CW]
    Stories: [UL] : [rp @CW] : [rp @UA]
    [/I]

    The H0rny Ones are maybe not going to be a free square on this year's bingo card. This one was even-Steven up to the ending. Jordan Hickmott scored the first goal 11 minutes into the 3rd. An empty-netter then sealed the deal. This was also not a one-sided game. The shots were 30-26 in favour of the Evil Monkeys. Luke Siemens got the win and Dylan Tate suffered the loss.


    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 3
    UBC THUNDERBIRDS 4

    (in overtime)

    Links:
    LeagueStat: [Summary]
    Boxscores: [CIS] : [CW]
    Stories: [UBC] : [rp @CW] : [rp @MRU]


    This was UBC's 500th conference win. Eric Williams got the win and Cam Lanigan took the loss. Matthew Brown scored twice for MRU.

    OUT EAST

    OUA

    Queen's 7 RMC 1
    W. Ontario 3 Brock 1
    UQTR 10 Toronto 5
    Concordia 5 Ryerson 2
    McGill 4 UOIT 2

    AUS

    no games

    [CIS Schedule/Results]

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    Oct 10: Bisons Crush Kittens


    REGINA COUGARS 2
    MANITOBA BISONS 6


    Links:
    LeagueStat: [Summary]
    Boxscores: [CIS] : [CW] : [UM] : [UR]
    Stories: [UM] : [rp @CW] : [rp @UR]


    On Saturday afternoon the Bisons were much imrpoved over Friday at converting possession and territory into valid scoring chances. After enjoying period leads of 2-0 and 3-0, they built a 6-0 lead before a pair of late goals by the Banjo-Cats spoiled Byron Spriggs' shutout bid.

    Around the league, nobody escaped unscathed. All sides picked up least one point. More on that later.

    Each side had a slightly altered line-up. For the Bisons, Sean Christensen took Rene Hunter's place on the blueline and Jordyn Boyd replaced Jonah Wasylak up front. The Banjo-Cats replaced Trent Lofthouse with Christian Magnus.

    Here's how they lined up:

    MANITOBA

    Goal:
    36 Spriggs (1 Paulic)

    Defence:
    3 S Christensen - 6 Paulsen
    12 Sutherland - 2 Henry
    5 L Christensen - 4 Bresciani

    Forwards:
    25 Merasty - 28 Stovin - 27 DePape
    18 Kelly - 21 Brooks - 16 Paradis
    24 Augert - 8 Bilton - 22 Boyd
    20 Bruyere - 23 Schreyer - 17 Callis

    Scratches:
    9 Hunter D - 34 Sydora G
    15 Stockl - 18 Waldvogel - 29 Wasylak

    REGINA

    Goal:
    31 MacAuley - 1 Kilgore

    Defence:
    8 Bourhis - 6 McMullen
    28 Peel - 4 Sonntag
    7 Schneider - 24 Bell

    Forwards:
    13 Appleyard - 15 Geibel - 22 Hunter
    27 Fowlie - 10 Coleshaw - 11 McKinlay
    23 Magnus - 16 McPhee - 17 Pereira
    9 McCombie - 14 McNulty - 19 King

    Scratches:
    2 Dech D - 18 Luhning D - 29 Cross D
    20 Virtanen F - 21 Hladun F - 12 Lofthouse F
    25 Langford F - 30 Desautels G

    Jordan DePape opened scoring for the Bisons, then line-mate Brett Stovin added two more as the game wore on. Justin Augert also scored twice. In between Stovin's pair and Augert's pair, Brett Brooks scored unassisted from a turnover.Stovin's 2nd goal was the Herd's 5th, and chased starting goaltender Dawson MacAuley from theHillbilly goal, to be replaced by veteran backup Mitch Kilgore.

    Justin Spriggs was well on his way to a shut-out when Dylan McKinlay (who scored the winner on Friday) burst the bubble with less than 5 minutes left. J.J. Coleshaw added another when he rolled one at the net which somehow eluded Spriggs.

    The Bisons are off to Calgary next weekend to face the other set of Cougars. Their next home games will be Saturday, October 24th at 7:30 and Sunday, October 25th at 1:00 when the UBC Thunderbirds come to town.





    OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD


    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 1
    CALGARY DINOSAURS 0


    Links:
    LeagueStat: [Summary]
    Boxscores: [CIS] : [CW]
    Stories: [UC w video] : [rp @CW] : [rp @US]


    What a turn-around. From 6-5 to 1-0 in 24 hours. Any way you slice it, Bedrock U gets just 1 point at home. They went with last year's #3 goaltender, Myles Hovdebo. Sask stood by Jordon Cooke. The only goal was cored shorthanded by rookie Andrew Johnson.


    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 2
    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 3

    (in overtime)

    Links:
    LeagueStat: [Summary]
    Boxscores: [CIS] : [CW]
    Stories: [UL] : [rp @CW] : [rp @UA]


    So who had money riding on the H0rny Ones to win this one? This one went into double overtime, so the Evil Monkeys still get 3 points on the weekend. The game was tied 2-2 after 2, and the shots were pretty close at 26-21 in favour of the Apes. In the 3rd period and overtime, however, Alberta went bananas and outshot Lethbridge 27-10. Dylan Tait saved the day for the Horns, and wound up with 51 saves on the night. Tim Campbell (with his second of the night) scored the winner with just 19 seconds left.


    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 1
    UBC THUNDERBIRDS 2


    Links:
    LeagueStat: [Summary]
    Boxscores: [CIS] : [CW]
    Stories: [UBC] : [rp @CW] : [rp @MRU]


    This was yet another close-fought game in the CW. Come to think of it, every game on the weekend was a tight one except for the Saturday Manitoba-Regina game. MRU outshot UBC 30-17. However Matt Hewitt stopped 29 shots to give UBC a chance at victory. Antilla the Hun scored the winner with less than 3 minutes left.

    So at the end of one weekend, Saskatchewan and UBC lead the way with 4 points, then come Manitoba and Alberta with 3 points. Next we have last season's cellar-dwellers from Lethbridge and Regina with 2 points each. And bringing up the rear are MRU and Calgary with just one point a-piece.

    OUT EAST

    OUA

    UQTR 1 Ryerson 2
    McGill 5 Carleton 4
    UOIT 6 RMC 3
    York 2 Laurier 3
    Concordia 2 Toronto 6
    Waterloo 1 Windsor 8

    AUS

    St. F-X 3 Acadia 1
    Dalhousie 1 Saint Mary's 4
    UPEI 2 New Brunswick 8

    [CIS Schedule/Results]

    NEXT UP

    Wed. Oct. 14
    Nipissing at Laurentian

    Thu. Oct. 15
    Brock at UOIT
    Guelph at Ryerson

    Fri. Oct. 16
    Manitoba at Mount Royal
    Lethbridge at Saskatchewan
    Alberta at Regina
    Calgary at UBC

    St. Thomas at Saint Mary's
    St. F-X at New Brunswick
    Dalhousie at UPEI
    Moncton at Acadia
    Laurier at W. Ontario
    RMC at Carleton
    Lakehead at UQTR
    Laurentian at McGill
    Toronto at Waterloo
    York at Queen's
    Windsor at Concordia

    Sat. Oct. 17
    Manitoba at Mount Royal
    Alberta at Regina
    Lethbridge at Saskatchewan
    Calgary at UBC

    Lakehead at UQTR
    Nipissing at McGill
    Dalhousie at New Brunswick
    St. F-X at UPEI
    Moncton at Saint Mary's
    St. Thomas at Acadia
    Laurentian at Carleton
    Windsor at Concordia
    Ryerson at W. Ontario
    Waterloo at Guelph
    Laurier at Toronto
    York at UOIT
    Brock at Queen's

    Sun. Oct. 18
    Nipissing at RMC

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    Oct 16: Bisons Suffer Pounding


    MANITOBA BISONS 1
    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 6

    Links:

    LeagueStat: [Summary]
    Boxscores: [CIS] : [CW] : [UM] : [MRU]
    Stories: [MRU] : [rp @CW] : [rp @UM]
    Video: [MRU Highlights] : [CanadaWest.tv]
    Other: [Spriggs AotW] : [MRU Preview]
    CIS: [2017 Universiade Coaches] : [Top 10] : [Oct 9-10 Roundup]

    Coming in to this game we were hoping for a hard-hitting battle between the CW's two traditionally biggest teams. Not to mention the two top scorers from weekend #1, Matt Brown of MRU and Jordan DePape of Manitoba.

    Instead, the Bisons were blitzed. They went with the same lineup to start game @1 against Regina, except that Justin Paulic made his first start in goal. It seems penalties and powerplays were a factor. The Bisons took 4 penalties to MRU's two, and gave up a penalty shot. MRU connected for 3 powerplay and one shorthanded goal in the process.

    Colin Cooper got the win in goal, stopping 17 of 18 shots whilst Paulic was tagged with the loss and stopped 31 of 37 shots. Matt Brown scored twice for MRU, and Tyler Fiddler notched a goal and 3 assists.

    Each side is now 1-1-1 heading into Saturday's rematch. I suspect that Byron Spriggs will start in goal after being U of M Athlete of the Week last week. The game is on CanadaWest.tv.

    OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD


    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 2
    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 3

    Links:

    LeagueStat: [Summary]
    Boxscores: [CIS] : [CW]
    Stories: [UofS] : [rp @CW] : [rp @UofL]
    Previews: [UofS] : [UofL]

    Remember back when the H0rny Ones were those lovable losers? They are only off to a 1-2-0 start. However their games have been against the two most highly touted teams in the conference thus far.

    Jordon Cooke got the win in goal and Player of the Week Dylan Taite took the loss. Rookie Andrew Johnson scored twice for the Banjo-Mutts.


    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 9
    REGINA COUGARS 2

    Links:

    LeagueStat: [Summary]
    Boxscores: [CIS] : [CW]
    Stories: [UofR] : [rp @CW] : [rp @UA]
    Preview: [UofR]

    The Evil Monkeys must have been mad after their loss to Lethbridge and took it out on those poor little Banjo-Cats. The game was tied 2-2 at the first intermission. Then the Apes got serious and outshot their hosts 30-3 and outscored them 4-0 in the 2nd period. Regina tried to match fire-for-fire in the 3rd period. Although the shots were 18-14, Alberta still scored the only 3 goals of the period.

    Despite the onslaught, Jordan Hickmott was the only Primate to score twice. Luke Siemens git the win in goal, and Mitch Kilgore took the loss. I suspect that Dawson MacAuley will get the start for Regina in Saturday's rematch after having sttolen a win in Manitoba last weekend.


    CALGARY DINOSAURS 2
    UBC THUNDERBIRDS 4

    Links:

    LeagueStat: [Summary]
    Boxscores: [CIS] : [CW]
    Stories: [UBC] : [rp @CW] : [rp @UofC]
    Preview: [UBC]

    An empty net goal put this one away for UBC's 3rd straight win. The Dinos are in an unaccustomed position, pulling up the rear.

    Matt Hewitt claimed the win for UBC and former Bird, Steven Stanford, had the loss for Bedrock U.

    OUT EAST

    OUA

    Wed. Oct, 14
    Nipissing 2 Laurentian 3

    Thu. Oct, 15
    Brock 2 UOIT 4
    Guelph 1 Ryerson 2

    Fri. Oct, 16
    Laurier 1 W. Ontario 6
    RMC 0 Carleton 11
    Lakehead 2 UQTR 4
    Laurentian 2 McGill 7
    Toronto 1 Waterloo 4
    York 3 Queen's 1
    Windsor 6 Concordia 5

    AUS

    Fri. Oct, 16
    St. Thomas 1 Saint Mary's 6
    St. F-X 3 UNB 4
    Dalhousie 1 UPEI 4
    Moncton 3 Acadia 4

    [CIS Schedule/Results]

    NEXT UP

    Sat Oct 17 Manitoba at Mount Royal 2:00 pm MDT
    Sat Oct 17 Lethbridge at Saskatchewan 7:00 pm CST
    Sat Oct 17 Alberta at Regina 7:00 pm CST
    Sat Oct 17 Calgary at U.B.C. 7:00 pm PDT

    Sat Oct 17 St. Thomas at Acadia
    Sat Oct 17 Moncton at Saint Mary's
    Sat Oct 17 Dalhousie at New Brunswick
    Sat Oct 17 St. F-X at U.P.E.I.
    Sat Oct 17 Lakehead at U.Q.T.R.
    Sat Oct 17 Nipissing at McGill
    Sat Oct 17 Windsor at Concordia
    Sat Oct 17 Ryerson at W. Ontario
    Sat Oct 17 Laurentian at Carleton
    Sat Oct 17 York at U.O.I.T.
    Sat Oct 17 Brock at Queen's
    Sat Oct 17 Waterloo at Guelph
    Sat Oct 17 Laurier at Toronto
    Sun Oct 18 Nipissing at R.M.C.
    Last edited by Marc Brunengraber; 18-10-2015 at 01:42. Reason: Fixed Alberta-Regina score

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    Oct 17: Bisons Lose Tight One


    MANITOBA BISONS 1
    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 3

    Links:

    LeagueStat: [Summary]
    Boxscores: [CIS] : [CW] : [UofM] : [MRU]
    Stories: [MRU] : [rp @CW] : [rp @UofM]
    Video: [MRU Highlights] : [CanadaWest.tv]
    CIS: [Oct 16-18 Roundup]

    This was more like the type of hockey one would expect from these two teams. The Bisons went with the same line-up as on Friday night except that Byron Spriggs got the start in goal. Colin Cooper got the start for MRU. The Bisons outshot the Blue Haired Cougars 31-27 on the night. Brett Stovin had the Bison goal, his 3rd of the season.

    This allows MRU to jump ahead of the Bisons in the standings. They are 20101 and the Bisons are 1-2-1. The Bisons host UBC in a Saturday night/Sunday afternoon series next weekend. Meanwhile, MRU plays a home-and-home with the Evil Monkeys on Friday/Saturday.

    OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD


    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 3
    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 4
    (in overtime)

    Links:

    LeagueStat: [Summary]
    Boxscores: [CIS] : [CW]
    Stories: [UofS] : [rp @CW] : [rp @UofL]

    Tha Banjo-Mutts have the knack so far of pulling out a victory from a tight battle. This win makes them 4-0-0, with two overtime wins and two more one-goal wins. The H0rny Ones are now 1-2-1 but could just as easily be 4-0-0 themselves.

    Of note, Sask tied the game in the final minute of play on a power play goal by Andrew Johnson (his 5th of the season). Once again, Jordon Cooke got the win for Sask and Dylan Tait took the loss.


    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 6
    REGINA COUGARS 1

    Links:

    LeagueStat: [Summary]
    Boxscores: [CIS] : [CW]
    Stories: [UofR] : [rp @CW] : [rp @UA]

    After an escape with 3 points against Lethbridge, the Evil Monkeys hit the road well-fed with bananas ready to do some damage to the Banjo-Cats. On the weekend the score was 15-3. Alberta is tied for second place at 3-0-1 and Regina is 1-3-0.

    Regina once again went with Mitch Kilgore in the net. After he gave up 5 goals in two periods, rookie Andy Desautels saw his first action in the 3rd period. The Apes were taking no chances, once again going with Luke Siemens. Six different Monkeys scored goals, and they outshot their hosts 53-29.


    CALGARY DINOSAURS 3
    UBC THUNDERBIRDS 2
    (in overtime)

    Links:

    LeagueStat: [Summary]
    Boxscores: [CIS] : [CW]
    Stories: [UBC] : [rp @CW] : [rp @UofC]

    Well, Bedrock U was due for and deserving of a win, and likewise UBC for a loss. So it is fitting that when this one went into a second overtime and 3-on-3, it was the Tweety-Birds who tasted defeat. Still, UBC must be happy wih their 3-0-1 start, hood for a share of second place. The Dinos are in a 3-way logjam with the Bisons and Lethbridge at 1-2-1.

    Steven Stanford started his 3rd game of the season for Bedrock, while UBC continued their rotation and went with Eric Williams. Bedrock U had a big edge on the shot clock, 37-24.

    OUT EAST

    OUA

    Sat. Oct. 17
    Lakehead 1 UQTR 6
    Nipissing 3 McGill 2
    Laurentian 3 Carleton 6
    Windsor 5 Concordia 6 - 2OT
    Ryerson 4 Western 7
    Waterloo 0 Guelph 1
    Laurier 2 Toronto 4
    York 5 UOIT 2
    Brock 3 Queen's 4

    Sun. Oct. 18
    Nipissing 4 RMC 3 - OT

    AUS

    Sat. Oct. 17
    Dalhousie 2 UNB 3
    St. F-X 3 UPEI 5
    Moncton 3 Saint Mary's 4
    St. Thomas 0 Acadia 4

    [CIS Schedule/Results]

    NEXT UP

    Wed Oct 21 Acadia at Dalhousie
    Wed Oct 21 New Brunswick at St. Thomas
    Wed Oct 21 Saint Mary's at St. F-X
    Wed Oct 21 U.P.E.I. at Moncton
    Wed Oct 21 Concordia at U.Q.T.R.
    Thu Oct 22 Ryerson at Guelph
    Fri Oct 23 Saskatchewan at Regina
    Fri Oct 23 Mount Royal at Alberta
    Fri Oct 23 Calgary at Lethbridge

    Fri Oct 23 Acadia at Saint Mary's
    Fri Oct 23 Moncton at St. Thomas
    Fri Oct 23 Dalhousie at St. F-X
    Fri Oct 23 New Brunswick at Maine NCAA-x
    Fri Oct 23 U.P.E.I. at Harvard NCAA-x
    Fri Oct 23 Laurentian at York
    Fri Oct 23 Queen's at Lakehead
    Fri Oct 23 U.Q.T.R. at McGill
    Fri Oct 23 R.M.C. at Waterloo
    Fri Oct 23 Nipissing at Brock
    Fri Oct 23 U.O.I.T. at Windsor
    Fri Oct 23 W. Ontario at Toronto
    Sat Oct 24 Lethbridge at Calgary
    Sat Oct 24 Alberta at Mount Royal
    Sat Oct 24 Regina at Saskatchewan
    Sat Oct 24 U.B.C. at Manitoba

    Sat Oct 24 New Brunswick at Harvard NCAA-x
    Sat Oct 24 U.P.E.I. at Dartmouth NCAA-x
    Sat Oct 24 McGill at Concordia
    Sat Oct 24 Laurentian at Brock
    Sat Oct 24 Guelph at W. Ontario
    Sat Oct 24 R.M.C. at Laurier
    Sat Oct 24 Nipissing at York
    Sat Oct 24 Queen's at Lakehead
    Sat Oct 24 Carleton at Waterloo
    Sat Oct 24 U.O.I.T. at Windsor
    Sat Oct 24 Ryerson at Cornell NCAA-x
    Sun Oct 25 U.B.C. at Manitoba
    Sun Oct 25 Carleton at Laurier
    Sun Oct 25 Laurentian at Cornell NCAA-x

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    Preview: Oct 24-25 UBC at Manitoba

    THE BIRDIES ARE COMING


    U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS (3-0-1, 4-3-2, OHT36 #11)
    MANITOBA BISONS (1-2-1, 2-7-1, OHT36 #21)


    Saturday, October 24th, 7:00 CDT @ Fleming Arena
    Sunday, October 25th, 1:00 CDT @ Fleming Arena


    Live Links:
    :. [Live Stats Saturday] : [Live Stats Sunday]
    :. [Video: CanadaWest.tv]

    Manitoba Links:
    :. [Team Site]
    :. [LS Stats] : [LS Schedule/Results]
    :. [Twitter] : [Facebook]

    UBC Links:
    :. [UBC Preview]
    :. [LS Stats] : [LS Schedule/Results]
    :. [Twitter] : [Facebook]

    Other Links:
    :. [CIS Site] : [Schedule/Results/Links] : [Standings] : [Top 10]
    :. [CW Site] : [Schedule/Results/Links] : [Top 10]
    :. [Every Link Re: CIS Hockey]


    The Tweety-Birds will be playing their first game away from British California when they come to town to face the Herd this weekend. Instead of the usual Friday-Saturday series, thisone will go Saturday night-Sunday afternoon. Which works out well since I have Jets tickets on Friday night.

    UBC is off to a great 3-0-1 start. However, they could just as easily be 0-4-0. Their games have been nail-biters all the way through.

    But what of the Bisons? They have had inconsistent goal scoring. They had an outburst in game 2 at Lakehead and game 2 against Regina, where they scored 6 goals in each game. However, inclusing the pre-season, scored 1 goal in 5 of 10 games, and were shutout once.

    Byron Spriggs has done well in net and their top line (Merasty-DePape-Stovin) has been productive. They will need to perform for the Bisons to claim 2 or more points on the weekend.

    ELSEWHERE:


    CALGARY DINOSAURS (1-2-1, 6-7-1, OHT36 #8)
    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS (1-2-1, 7-4-1, OHT36 #19)


    Links:
    :. [U of L Preview Story]
    :. [U of C Preview Story]


    Both sides are 1-2-1. That is disappointment for Bedrock and yet glorious for the H0rny Ones. Both sides have played Sask and had the same results (a 1-goal loss and an overtime loss). So will the Viagra wear off? Or will Lethbridge turn a corner this season?


    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES (4-0-0, 7-1-0, OHT36 #4)
    REGINA COUGARS (1-3-0, 3-6-0, OHT36 #29)


    Links:
    :. [U of S Preview Story]
    :. [U of R Preview Story]


    When Banjo-Cats meet Banjo-Mutts anything can happen. The age-old canine vs. feline battle fought to the tune of banjo music with generous amounts of moonshine for the spectators. The Mutts are off to a terrific start after having barely edged their Hillbilly neighbours to the south for the CW's final playoff berth a year ago. Let's see how it goes!


    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS (2-1-1, 4-4-1, OHT36 #20)
    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS (3-0-1, 8-2-2, OHT36 #2)


    Links:
    :. [U of A Preview Story]
    :. [MRU Preview Story]


    Friday is banner raising night for the Evil Monkeys. They have started the season by playing the two sides to have missed the CW playoffs a year ago. After sputtering against the H0rny Ones, the Monkeys whipped Regina. MRU is off to an OK start. So will they be last year's contenders or a mid-pack team?

    OUT EAST:

    Link: [CIS Schedule/Results Page]

    Wed Oct 21 Acadia 3 Dalhousie 4 (so)
    Wed Oct 21 New Brunswick 5 St. Thomas 1
    Wed Oct 21 Saint Mary's 3 St. F-X 5
    Wed Oct 21 U.P.E.I. 2 Moncton 4
    Wed Oct 21 Concordia 4 U.Q.T.R. 5 (2ot)
    Thu Oct 22 Ryerson 4 Guelph 2
    Fri Oct 23 Acadia at Saint Mary's
    Fri Oct 23 Moncton at St. Thomas
    Fri Oct 23 Dalhousie at St. F-X
    Fri Oct 23 New Brunswick at Maine (NCAA)
    Fri Oct 23 U.P.E.I. at Harvard (NCAA)
    Fri Oct 23 Laurentian at York
    Fri Oct 23 Queen's at Lakehead
    Fri Oct 23 U.Q.T.R. at McGill
    Fri Oct 23 R.M.C. at Waterloo
    Fri Oct 23 Nipissing at Brock
    Fri Oct 23 U.O.I.T. at Windsor
    Fri Oct 23 W. Ontario at Toronto

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    Oct 23: Friday Night Recap

    With the Bisons' series against UBC not due to start until Saturday at 7:30 p.m., all we have is a very active Friday night from elsewhere across the country. There were three very close battles in the CWUAA, all of which were the debut of a home-and-home series.

    OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD


    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 3
    REGINA COUGARS 1

    Links:

    LeagueStat: [Summary]
    Boxscores: [CIS] : [CW]
    Stories: [UofR] : [rp @CW] : [rp @UofS]

    For the 5th time in 5 starts, the Banjo-Mutts have claimed a win from a close game. In fact, they were outshot by the Kittens 37-30 on the night. Dawson MacAuley was back in the Regina goal and took the loss. Blake Voth was the winning goalie, in his first start of the season.


    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 4
    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 2

    Links:

    LeagueStat: [Summary]
    Boxscores: [CIS] : [CW]
    Stories: [UofA] : [rp @CW] : [rp @MRU]

    The Monkeys raised their University Cup banner and then proceeded to be beaten by the New Kittens on the Block, who were seemingly unimpressed by their hosts. The game turned in the 2nd period. The Apes had a 1-0 lead after the 1st. MRU then dominated the 2nd period, outshooting the Apes 10-4 and outscoring them 2-0. Ultimately an empty netter sealed the deal. Colin Cooper was the winning goalie and Luke Siemens took the loss.


    CALGARY DINOSAURS 4
    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 3

    Links:

    LeagueStat: [Summary]
    Boxscores: [CIS] : [CW]
    Stories: [UofL] : [rp @CW] : [rp @UofC]

    The Bedrock Boys seemed to be well on their way to an easy win. Then in the 2nd intermission a healthy dose of Viagra allowed the H0rny Ones to make a big 3rd period comeback. It fell short, but should give these pesky underdogs some confidence heading into Saturday's rematch at Bedrock U. Both sides switched up their goaltending. Damien Ketlo took the loss in his first start for Lethbridge. Myles Hovdebo got the win in his second start.

    OUT EAST

    OUA

    Fri Oct 23
    Laurentian 0 York 2
    Queen's 3 Lakehead 2
    U.Q.T.R. 4 McGill 5 (ot)
    R.M.C. 2 Waterloo 4
    Nipissing 0 Brock 3
    U.O.I.T. 3 Windsor 8
    W. Ontario 3 Toronto 2 (ot)

    AUS

    Fri Oct 23
    Acadia 5 Saint Mary's 2
    Moncton 4 St. Thomas 1
    Dalhousie 4 St. F-X 5 (ot)
    New Brunswick 5 Maine 1 NCAA-x
    U.P.E.I. at Harvard NCAA-x no score reported

    [CIS Schedule/Results]

    NEXT UP

    Sat Oct 24 New Brunswick at Harvard NCAA-x
    Sat Oct 24 U.P.E.I. at Dartmouth NCAA-x
    Sat Oct 24 McGill at Concordia
    Sat Oct 24 Laurentian at Brock
    Sat Oct 24 Guelph at W. Ontario
    Sat Oct 24 R.M.C. at Laurier
    Sat Oct 24 Nipissing at York
    Sat Oct 24 Queen's at Lakehead
    Sat Oct 24 Carleton at Waterloo
    Sat Oct 24 U.O.I.T. at Windsor
    Sat Oct 24 Ryerson at Cornell NCAA-x
    Sat Oct 24 Lethbridge at Calgary 7:00 pm CDT CanadaWest.tv
    Sat Oct 24 Alberta at Mount Royal 7:00 pm CDT CanadaWest.tv
    Sat Oct 24 Regina at Saskatchewan 8:00 pm CDT CanadaWest.tv
    Sat Oct 24 U.B.C. at Manitoba 7:30 pm CDT CanadaWest.tv
    Sun Oct 25 Carleton at Laurier
    Sun Oct 25 Laurentian at Cornell NCAA-x
    Sun Oct 25 U.B.C. at Manitoba 1:00 pm CDT CanadaWest.tv

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