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    Dec 30: So long 2019!



    N.A.I.T. OOKS 2
    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 6


    Links:
    Linescore: [UofA]


    This was a late score from Dec 29th. All we have is the linescore for this Edmontown Derby between the Evil Monkeys and Ooks.




    THUNDER BAY NORTHSTARS 3
    LAKEHEAD THUNDERWOLVES 2

    (in a shootout)

    Links:
    LU Story: [Thunderwolves split final games of 2019 with North Stars]
    TB Newswatch rp @TBNS: [North Stars edge Thunderwolves in shootout]


    This was a canoe-tipper, a ring-a-ding-dong-dandy, an exhibition game going into a shootout. Call it what you will, it brings the curtain down on USports games for 2019.

    The Lakehead players loaned to the TBNS in this game were: Daniel Del Paggio, Tomas Soustal, Jordan King, Joseph Leonidas, Patrick Murphy and Aaron Wesley-Chisel. Those loaned on Dec 29th were Cooper Leitch, Daniel McKitrick, Caleb Boman, Brett Wolframe and Brock Aiken.

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    Dec 31: 2019 was the year of cancelled games

    This was certainly the year of the cancelled game. While in the past there has been the odd game affected by weather, the Calgary mumps outbreak, and Lethbridge's leaky Zamboni, this year has been crazy. Here's my list:

    Sat Sep 14 Simon Fraser (BCIHL) at UBC - This non-conference game was announced by SFU but never by UBC. So whether it was cancelled or never actually confirmed is the question.

    Mon Sep 16 Acadia v New Brunswick - They were supposed to have a pre-season game in Truro.

    Fri Sep 20 and Sat Sep 21 Laurentian at Lakehead - This was cancelled due to a problem with the ice in Thunder Bay.

    Fri Sep 20 New Brunswick at York - This was cancelled after the 1st period, again due to a problem with the ice, with the score tied 0-0.

    Three regular season games were postponed due to weather problems, two of which have been played and one of which is scheduled. These are:
    Tue Nov 05 UPEI 4 Saint Mary's 5 (ot) - from Oct 23
    Tue Dec 03 Ottawa 4 UQTR 2 - from Nov 2
    Tue Jan 14 New Brunswick at UPEI - from Nov 16

    Sat Dec 28 Windsor at Moncton - Windsor flew into Fredericton but cancelled this one because they couldn't travel to Moncton.

    Sun Dec 29 and Mon Dec 30 Nipissing at Lakehead series was cancelled due to Nipissing's air charter becoming unavailable. Instead Lakehead played the Junior A Thunder Bay Northstars.

    That's 11 games!

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    Dec 30: Week 12: Mini-Ranking

    Since the regular season went into break mode after week 11, it was hard to tell what this should be called. The weeks without games are IMO non-existent. So here's week 12.

    There were very few games and none affected the rankings at all. So all I have included are the supplementary charts. The only remaining inter-conference game is the Army v RMC match coming in January. Even the OUAE v OUAW interlock has just one game left, Guelph v Queen's. So those charts are almost done for the year.


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    Preview: Jan 3-4: MOUNT ROYAL at MANITOBA


    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS (10-4-2, 13-7-3, OHT35 #4)
    MANITOBA BISONS (7-8-1, 8-11-3, OHT35 #15)


    Friday, January 3rd at 7:00 pm at Wayne Fleming Arena, Winnipeg
    Saturday, January 4th at 2:00 pm at Wayne Fleming Arena, Winnipeg


    Live Links:

    ➤ Video: [CanadaWest.tv]
    ➤ Audio: [UMFM 2nd stream]
    ➤ Friday: [Live Stats] ∞ [Hockey Tech]
    ➤ Saturday: [Live Stats] ∞ [Hockey Tech]

    Manitoba Links:
    ➤ GoBisons: [Bisons hockey programs hold annual scholarship fundraiser event at Journey to Churchill on January 20 with special guest Matt Cockell]
    ➤ GoBisons: [Hockey stands as centrepiece in Keane's life]
    ➤ Social: [Twitter] ∞ [Facebook] ∞ [Instagram]
    ➤ CW: [Stats] ∞ [Schedule/Results/Links]
    ➤ LeagueStat: [Stats] ∞ [Schedule/Results/Links]

    MRU Links:
    ➤ MRU: [Crowchild Classic set for January 30th]
    ➤ Social: [Twitter] ∞ [Facebook]
    ➤ CW: [Stats] ∞ [Schedule/Results/Links]
    ➤ LeagueStat: [Stats] ∞ [Schedule/Results/Links]

    Other Links:
    ➤ USports: [Schedule/Links] ∞ [Standings]
    ➤ CW: [Home Page] ∞ [Schedule]
    ➤ LeagueStat: [Media Stats]

    Previous games:
    ➤ Oct 11: MRU 5 UofM 3: [Story] ∞ [LeagueStat]
    ➤ Oct 12: UofM 5 MRU 4: [Story] ∞ [Summary]


    It's been a long time since the Bisons have graced the ice of the Wayne Fleming Arena, and the wait ends Friday night. Bisons/Bluegars games are usually more physical than other university hockey match-ups, although that has waned a bit in recent years.

    The two sides split their October series in Calgary, not unusual since the Bisons have split every series except the one in Saskatown. MRU has also been one of the most difficult opponents for the Bisons, sweeping all four games in each of 2015-16, 2016-17, and 2018-19.

    Neither side has announced any Christmas additions to their roster.

    The Bluegars had a non-conference game last week (6-4 loss to Alberta), so they will be less afflicted by cobwebs. They also opened the season by sweeping Saskatchewan and fighting Alberta for first. They have tumbled a bit but it is still a very tight 3-way battle for 2nd between them Sask and Bedrock U.

    For the Bisons, their first semester was probably better than expected. They are a comfortable 5th at 15 points. Not likely to move into 4th, not likely to miss the playoffs. At the start of the season my hope was that the inexperienced crew of forwards would do enough to stay close before their 2nd semester improvement clicks in.

    Will the Bisons be better in the 2nd half? We'll find out soon.


    ELSEWHERE IN THE CW


    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS (5-10-1, 5-13-2, OHT35 #23)
    REGINA COUGARS (2-12-2, 3-15-2, OHT35 #34)


    Links:
    ➤ UofL: [Men's Hockey Site]
    ➤ UofR: [Cougars add former Swift Current captain Tanner Nagel to roster]
    ➤ Elite Prospects: [Tanner Nagel Stats Page]


    This is usually the battle for the basement. Although Regina sits last and the Hørny Ønes are tied for 2nd last, this isn't really a battle. Lethbridge and UBC are tied for 6th at 11 points, Regina has only 6. So the Banjo Cats are relegated to playing spoiler and visions of playoff spots are the focus for UBC and Lethbridge.

    But don't overlook Regina. The links show us that they have a WHL recruit (Tanner Nagel) coming on board (he'd been in senior hockey). He peaked at 13 goals in the Dub and was a team captain. And the vast majority of their games have been hard fought affairs. On October 25th they were whipped 6-1 by MRU and on November 16th Alberta hammered them 9-0. Other than that, they have no losses by more than 2 goals in their last 10 games.



    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS (14-2-0, 22-4-0, OHT35 #1)
    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES (11-3-2, 12-4-2, OHT35 #5)


    Links:
    ➤ UofA: [Men's Hockey Site]
    ➤ UofS: [Huskie Happenings: Jan. 1-5]
    ➤ CW: [Dmytriw earns November WHL honour]
    ➤ CW: [CW Stars: Gilbreath, Masikewich cap off first half in style]


    This is the feature match of the weekend. After a dismal start, the Banjo Mutts have returned to last year's 25-3-0 form. And the Evil Monkeys have looked as strong as ever. Sask are within 4 points and would need a sweep if they harbour hopes of a 1st place finish. The linked stories tell us about conference honours being bestowed upon both sides. This will be worth watching on CanadaWest.TV.



    CALGARY DINOSAURS (11-3-2, 18-4-3, OHT35 #6)
    U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS (4-9-3, 7-12-4, OHT35 #21)


    Links:
    ➤ UofC: [10 for 10: No. 6 - The Crowchild Classic]
    ➤ UBC: [Men's Hockey Site]
    ➤ CW: [CW leading scorer Alfaro earns First Half Top Performer]


    These are the two enigmatic teams in the CW. The Bedrock Dinos were as good as any team in the country through the pre-season and early season. In the 3rd week, they brought their unbeaten record into the U of M and played as well on the Friday night as any university team could play. Then the Bisons burst their bubble on Saturday, albeit in overtime. They have followed that with splits against Sask and MRU and a sweep at the hands of Alberta. Far from a disaster, but perhaps not the awe-inspiring record they would have wanted. They were my pre-season pick for #2.

    Meanwhile, UBC is tied with Lethrbidge for the 6th and final playoff berth. This after the handily swept the Horns in their head-to-head matchup (7-1 and 5-0). Although they have had some highly regarded recruits, they seem to get a lot of injuries. Maybe they need some prairie boy toughness in their next recruiting class!


    OUT EAST


    Thu Jan 02 Ryerson at Brock
    Fri Jan 03 Lakehead at Guelph
    Fri Jan 03 Waterloo at W. Ontario
    Fri Jan 03 UQTR at Carleton
    Fri Jan 03 Windsor at Laurier
    Fri Jan 03 Toronto at York
    Fri Jan 03 RMC at Nipissing
    Sat Jan 04 Brock at Toronto
    Sat Jan 04 McGill at Carleton
    Sat Jan 04 Windsor at Waterloo
    Sat Jan 04 Ryerson at Laurier
    Sat Jan 04 W. Ontario at York
    Sat Jan 04 Lakehead at Guelph
    Sat Jan 04 RMC at Nipissing
    Sat Jan 04 Ottawa at Concordia
    Sun Jan 05 Concordia at UQTR


    Thu Jan 02 UPEI at Saint Mary's
    Fri Jan 03 New Brunswick at Dalhousie
    Fri Jan 03 Saint Mary's at Acadia
    Fri Jan 03 Moncton at St. F.X.
    Sat Jan 04 New Brunswick at St. F.X.
    Sat Jan 04 Moncton at Dalhousie
    Sat Jan 04 Acadia at UPEI

    Links:
    ➤ [USports Presto S&R]
    ➤ [OUA LS Daily]
    ➤ [AUS S&R]

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    Jan 3: Bisons Enjoy a Little Bit of the Bubbly

    I am starting this post really late because I had to run some diagnostics on my computer to get it going tonight. Ugh! At least I did it whilst in a good mood.



    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 2
    MANITOBA BISONS 5


    Links:
    LeagueStat: [Summary] : [Report]
    Hockey Tech: [Summary] : [Report] : [Text]
    USp/CIS: [Boxscores and tabs] : [CW]
    Stories/boxscores/video: [UofM] : [rp @CW*] : [rp @MRU*]
    Preview: [Men’s hockey and volleyball play host to start second half]


    Throughout the 1st semester, the Bisons were doing a good job treading water. If Friday night's perfromance was any indication, my hoped-for 2nd semester improvement may well be in the offing. This was a hard-fought bump-and-grind type of game. The referees started out with lots of calls (both ways) that weren't really necessary. But the teams found their form and produced some good action.

    Here's how they lined up:

    MANITOBA BISONS

    Goal
    35 Brown (1 Link)

    Defence
    5 Schioler 28 Pouteau
    2 Henry 3 Christensen
    4 Stanley 6 Dyck

    Forwards
    14 Keane 9 Thiessen 15 Dalke
    11 Carlson 12 Jameson 29 Wasylak
    20 Apetagon 25 Skrumeda 19 Halvorson
    22 Leipsic 10 Skoleski 17 Veloso

    Scratches
    8 Barley 13 Labossiere 16 Tripp
    26 Leblanc 27 Doerksen 30 Lamb

    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS

    Goal
    35 Hoflin (33 Morris)

    Defence
    24 Jensen 16 Blake
    3 Helgesen 2 Watson
    4 Green 6 MacPherson

    Forwards
    17 Lindgren 11 Fyten 27 Rankin
    21 Richards 28 Gerrie 14 Iverson
    19 Chartier 9 Zandee 18 Kennedy
    13 Bly 10 Sicoly 12 Lipon

    Scratches
    7 Lees 22 Arnold 23 Yaremko
    26 Shamray 31 Chapman

    Quick Summary
    1st 13:57 MRU Lindgren (10) ASST: Fyten & Rankin
    2nd 06:25 MAN Pouteau (3) ASST: Skrumeda & Leipsic (PP)
    2nd 09:27 MAN Keane (4) ASST: Dyck
    2nd 15:33 MAN Pouteau (4) ASST: Dalke & Keane
    2nd 18:34 MRU Kennedy (5) ASST: MacPherson & Chartier
    3rd 14:31 MAN Veloso (3) ASST: Skoleski & Leipsic
    3rd 17:53 MAN Carlson (4) ASST: None (EN)

    The rematch goes Saturday at 2:00 p.m. The Bisons' faint hope of hosting a quarter-final series could get a boost if they get their first sweep of ther season. They are now within 5 points of the Bluegars.




    OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD


    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 1
    REGINA COUGARS 4


    Links:
    LeagueStat: [Summary & tabs]
    Hockey Tech: [Summary & tabs]
    Usp/CIS: [Boxscores & tabs
    Stories: [UofR]: [rp @CW*]: [rp @UofL]


    The Hørny Ønes were thoroughly handled by the Banjo Cats in this one. The porous kitten defence was able to hold the Horns to just 4 shots per period, and Brandon Holtby stopped 11 for the win. Taz Burman stopped 27 of 31 in taking the loss.


    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 3
    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 0


    Links:
    LeagueStat: [Summary & tabs]
    Hockey Tech: [Summary & tabs]
    Usp/CIS: [Boxscores & tabs
    Stories: [UofS]: [rp @CW*]: [rp @UofA]


    The Mutts looked to be ready to mount a serious challenge for first place. Instead, all they did was mount their coach's leg in this one. The Mutts dominated every aspect. The Evil Monkeys' defence is stronger than usual, and they provided back-up goaltender Matt Berlin to claim the shutout with just 18 saves. Tyler Soy led the attack with two goals. Taran Kozyn was busy in the Mutts' net with 46 saves on 49 shots.


    CALGARY DINOSAURS 1
    U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 0


    Links:
    LeagueStat: [Summary & tabs]
    Hockey Tech: [Summary & tabs]
    Usp/CIS: [Boxscores & tabs
    Stories: [UBC]: [rp @CW*]: [rp @UofC]


    Holy goaltenders' duel, Batman! Matthew Greenfield had 27 saves for the win, and Rylan Toth had 34 in the loss. That's a combined 61 saves on 62 shots. I saw the ending on CanadaWest.tv and there was a lot of action. The goaltending was every bit as good as the numbers would suggest.


    OUT EAST


    Thu Jan 02 UPEI 7 Saint Mary's 5
    Fri Jan 03 New Brunswick 5 Dalhousie 2
    Fri Jan 03 Saint Mary's 2 Acadia 5
    Fri Jan 03 Moncton 4 St. F.X. 3 (ot)


    Thu Jan 02 Ryerson 3 Brock 1
    Fri Jan 03 Lakehead 7 Guelph 6 (so)
    Fri Jan 03 Waterloo 4 W. Ontario 6
    Fri Jan 03 UQTR 0 Carleton 4
    Fri Jan 03 Windsor 3 Laurier 1
    Fri Jan 03 Toronto 6 York 3
    Fri Jan 03 RMC 4 Nipissing 2

    Links:
    ➤ [USports/CIS Presto S&R]
    ➤ [OUA LS Daily]
    ➤ [AUS S&R]

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    Jan 4: What's One More Split?

    Note: Starting with the January 3rd games, the CW site no longer links on-site to the game stories. Their link goes off-site to the individual team websites. Hence, no more links to those in my posts. Also, be careful looking at standings links. They are often different and, accordingly, wrong. Stick to LeagueStat.



    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 3
    MANITOBA BISONS 2


    Links:
    LeagueStat: [Summary] : [Report]
    Hockey Tech: [Summary] : [Report] : [Text]
    USp/CIS: [Boxscores & tabs] : [CW]
    Stories/boxscores/video: [UofM] : [rp @MRU*]


    We need a country singer to make a song about splitting up everywhere in the west. It would be the Bisons' theme song. This weekend marked their 8th split of 9 series. That sweep they suffered in Saskatown stands out like a sore thumb, no doubt caused by having to venture into civilization's armpit in back-to-back weekends.

    The Bisons made no line-up or alignment changes at all. Meanwhile, the Bluegars shifted Morris for Hoflin in goal, and #22 Arnold for #21 Richards at forward, along with some minor line shuffling.

    Quick Summary

    1st 06:36 MAN Apetagon (3) ASST: Skrumeda & Halvorsen
    1st 17:42 MRU Iverson (5) ASST: Gerrie
    2nd 06:45 MRU Arnold (2) ASST: Watson & Sicoly
    2nd 13:19 MRU Lindgren (11) ASST: Fyten & Rankin (PP)
    3rd 19:47 MAN Veloso (4) ASST: Jameson

    That Apetagon kid has some moves. If he could gain some lbs for next season I could see him being a sophomore breakthrough.

    The Herd is now away for back-to-back series, at Bedrock U to face the Dinos then off to British California to face the T-irds. Then they return for their final two home series of the season (!) against Regina January 24th-25th and Saskatchewan January 31st-February 1st. Meanwhiule, the Bluegars go home-and-home with the Evil Monkeys next weekend.




    OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD


    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 1
    REGINA COUGARS 4


    Links:
    LeagueStat: [Summary & tabs]
    Hockey Tech: [Summary & tabs]
    Usp/CIS: [Boxscores & tabs]
    Stories/boxscores/video: [UofR] : [rp @UofL]


    To quote The Ramones, "second verse, same as the first." Exact same scoreline, but the shots would infer a much closer game. This was also a matinee, so I saw none of it on CanadaWest.tv. Brandon Holtby stopped 34 of 35 for the W and Taz Burman stopped 32 of 35 in defeat. Ben Duperreault led the Kittens with two goals. This could be a costly weekend for the Hørny Ønes, as they now trail UBC by a point. Meanwhile, the Banjo Cats jump to within 2 points of UBC. That's better news than the coming of a free jug of Granny's Moonshine.


    CALGARY DINOSAURS 3
    U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 2

    (in a shootout)

    Links:
    LeagueStat: [Summary & tabs]
    Hockey Tech: [Summary & tabs]
    Usp/CIS: [Boxscores & tabs]
    Stories/boxscores/video: [UBC] : [rp @UofC]


    I saw the ending on CanadaWest.tv after watching the Bisons-Bluegars live. This was as tight as the scoreline would imply. The T-irds no doubt deserved at least the one point they received over the weekend. So in the race for 6th it is UBC 12, Lethbridge 11, and Regina 10. neither side switched goaltenders. Greenfield stopped 25 of 27, Toth stopped 23 of 25. I see that UBC, despite being at home, was one player under limit. Maxwell James, who played Friday, was scratched for Saturday.



    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 0
    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 5


    Links:
    LeagueStat: [Summary & tabs]
    Hockey Tech: [Summary & tabs]
    Usp/CIS: [Boxscores & tabs*]
    Stories: [UofS*] : [rp @UofA*]


    The game stories aren't even up yet, but here I go. The Evil Monkeys were down 1-0 in the 3rd then gave up a PP goal, at which time they fell apart like a cheap watch. Within 3-4 minutes it was 5-0, in a game where they were well ahead on the shot clock. Taran Kozun racked up a 35 save shutout for the win, with Matt Berlin stopping just 17 of 22. The remarkable thing was the number of breakaways being allowed by the Apes. The Mutts showed great resolve with this bounce-back win.

    Now the race is on. Alberta sits at 30, Calgary 28, Sask 26, and MRU 24 up at the top. The Bisons bask on a deserted island in the middle at 17, then UBC at 12, Lethbridge at 11, and Regina at 10 battle at the back.


    OUT EAST


    Sat Jan 04 New Brunswick 6 St. F.X. 2
    Sat Jan 04 Moncton 2 Dalhousie 3 (ot)
    Sat Jan 04 Acadia 5 UPEI 3


    Sat Jan 04 Brock 0 Toronto 7
    Sat Jan 04 McGill 3 Carleton 0
    Sat Jan 04 Windsor 8 Waterloo 1
    Sat Jan 04 Ryerson 5 Laurier 4 (so)
    Sat Jan 04 W. Ontario 9 York 4
    Sat Jan 04 Lakehead 2 Guelph 4
    Sat Jan 04 RMC 1 Nipissing 2
    Sat Jan 04 Ottawa 7 Concordia 8 (ot)

    Links:
    ➤ [USports/CIS Presto S&R]
    ➤ [OUA LS Daily]
    ➤ [AUS S&R]



    NEXT UP

    CANADA WEST
    Fri Jan 10 Manitoba at Calgary
    Fri Jan 10 UBC at Regina
    Fri Jan 10 Saskatchewan at Lethbridge
    Fri Jan 10 Alberta at Mount Royal

    ONTARIO
    Sun Jan 05 Concordia at UQTR
    Wed Jan 08 Ottawa at RMC
    Wed Jan 08 Queen's at Guelph
    Thu Jan 09 Concordia at McGill
    Thu Jan 09 Ontario Tech at Laurentian
    Thu Jan 09 Ryerson at Toronto
    Thu Jan 09 Guelph at Brock

    ATLANTIC
    Tue Jan 07 Moncton at UPEI
    Wed Jan 08 Dalhousie at Acadia

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    OHT35: Week 13: January 5, 2020

    OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 35
    OHT35: Week 13: January 5, 2020

    Some teams are hard to categorize. This week, UQTR drop from B to C+ and Lethbridge drops from C+ to C. Nobody moved up. However, Sask (to A) and Guelph and Ottawa (to B) were not far off. UBC were also close to a move down from C+ to C.

    The teams to shift are highlighted. Only one team remains using AOA "smoothing", or combining, categories because Windsor against B level oponents is the only square on the table with just one result. (Oddly, Carleton has no games against B level teams.)

    Also, over the break McGill had a non-conference loss to Yale which was not on the original schedule.

    Links:
    Schedule
    Standings





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    Preview: Jan 10-11: MANITOBA at CALGARY


    MANITOBA BISONS (8-9-1, 9-12-3, OHT35 #17)
    CALGARY DINOSAURS (13-3-2, 20-4-3, OHT35 #7)


    Friday, January 10, 2020 at 7:00 MT/8:00 CT at Calgary
    Saturday, January 11, 2020 at 3:00 MT/4:00 CT at Calgary


    Live Links:
    ➤ Video: [CanadaWest.tv]
    ➤ Friday: [Live Stats] ∞ [Hockey Tech]
    ➤ Saturday: [Live Stats] ∞ [Hockey Tech]

    Manitoba Links:
    ➤ GoBisons: [Men's Hockey Site]
    ➤ Social: [Twitter] ∞ [Facebook]
    ➤ CW: [Stats] ∞ [Schedule/Results/Links]
    ➤ LeagueStat: [Stats] ∞ [Schedule/Results/Links]

    Calgary Links:
    ➤ UofC: [Bisons up next for streaking Dinos]
    ➤ Social: [Twitter] ∞ [Facebook]
    ➤ CW: [Stats] ∞ [Schedule/Results/Links]
    ➤ LeagueStat: [Stats] ∞ [Schedule/Results/Links]

    Previous games:
    ➤ Oct 18: UC 5 UM 2: [Story] : [LeagueStat]
    ➤ Oct 19: UM 4 UC 3: [Story] : [Summary]

    Other Links:
    ➤ USports: [Schedule/Links] ∞ [Standings]
    ➤ CW: [Home Page] ∞ [Schedule]
    ➤ LeagueStat: [Media Stats]


    The Bisons are off to the Town of Bedrock this week to face the Dinos. Each team in the CW has just 10 games left in the regular season. The Dinos are in a tight battle at the top, sitting in 2nd place just two points behind the Monkeys and two points up on the Mutts. Meanwhile the Bisons are relaxing on Gilligan's Island in 5th, 7 points away from 4th and 5 away from 6th.

    These teams split their series in Friendly Manitoba back in October, where the Bisons ended Bedrock's unbeaten run. These teams also had a 2-2-0 split last year. Over the last 5 years the Bisons have the edge, standing 10-7-1 head-to-head.

    The Dinos were my pre-season pick for 2nd, and that remains very feasible. For the Bisons, this has been the season-of-the-split, with 8 splits in 9 rounds.

    For players to watch, the Bison captain, defenceman, and leading scorer Adam Henry is tied for 9th in league scoring and is always a stand-out. At the other end, the Dinos' Matt Alfaro leads the conference in scoring (13-14-27 in 18 games). His team-mate Coda Gordon is 3rd (4-16-20). Matthew Greenfield is back in goal for the Dinos and has good numbers: 7-3-0, .900 S%, and 2.43 GAA. Meanwhile, Tyler Brown has wrested the starter's job from Riley Lamb for the Bisons. His stats are better: 3-4-0, .929 S%, 2.58 GAA.


    ELSEWHERE IN THE CW


    U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS (4-10-4, 7-14-5, OHT35 #22)
    REGINA COUGARS (4-12-2, 5-15-2, OHT35 #27)


    Links:
    ➤ UofR: [Brandon Holtby named Canada West Third Star of the Week]
    ➤ UBC: [Critical weekend for T-Birds in Regina]


    Regina's sweep of Lethbridge has dramatically altered their outlook on the season. They remain last, but just one point behind the Hørny Ønes and two in arrears of the T-irds. Suddenly that 6th and final playoff berth, which has eluded them since 2013, is suddenly more than a catnip mirage. To go anywhere, the Banjo Cats have always needed amazing goaltending. And Brandon Holtby provided that last week as he earned conference-wide, all-sports 3rd star honours. The T-irds sometimes look very close to contender status yet here they are.


    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES (12-4-2, 13-5-2, OHT35 #4)
    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS (5-12-1, 5-15-2, OHT35 #30)


    Links:
    ➤ UofL: [Pronghorns welcome #4 ranked Huskies for a pair]
    ➤ UofS: [Huskie Happenings: Jan. 6 - 12]


    After a sweep at the hands of Banjoland's B Squad, the Hørny Ønes now face the A Team. Even without Mr. T in the line-up, this could be the mismatch of the weekend. The Mutts did manage a split with the Evil Monkeys last week and are apparently well on their way back to contenbder status. If things go bad for the Hørny Ønes here, this season could unravel on them.



    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS (15-3-0, 23-5-0, OHT35 #1)
    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS (11-5-2, 14-8-3*, OHT35 #5)


    Links:
    ➤ MRU: [Men's Hockey Site]
    ➤ UofA: [Men's Hockey Site]


    If the Bluegars are serious about a charge for 2nd place they need to pick up some points against teams like the Evil Monkeys. Though the Apes remain first, their lack of physical presence showed up against Sask, just as it did when they visited Manitoba. If MRU can do one thing, it is play physical. This is a home-and-home series.


    OUT EAST


    Sun Jan 05 Concordia 0 UQTR 5
    Wed Jan 08 Ottawa 7 RMC 2
    Wed Jan 08 Queen's 2 Guelph 8
    Thu Jan 09 Ontario Tech 5 Laurentian 1
    Thu Jan 09 Ryerson 4 Toronto 3 (ot)
    Thu Jan 09 Guelph 3 Brock 4 (ot)

    Fri Jan 10 Concordia at McGill
    Fri Jan 10 W. Ontario at Laurier
    Fri Jan 10 Lakehead at York
    Fri Jan 10 Ontario Tech at Nipissing
    Fri Jan 10 Carleton at Queen's
    Sat Jan 11 Waterloo at Windsor
    Sat Jan 11 Brock at W. Ontario
    Sat Jan 11 UQTR at Ottawa
    Sat Jan 11 Ryerson at Laurier
    Sat Jan 11 Lakehead at York
    Sat Jan 11 Toronto at Guelph
    Sat Jan 11 RMC at Laurentian
    Sat Jan 11 Carleton at Concordia
    Sun Jan 12 RMC at Laurentian
    Sun Jan 12 UQTR at Ottawa
    Sun Jan 12 McGill at Ontario Tech
    Sun Jan 12 Queen's at Nipissing


    Tue Jan 07 Moncton 3 UPEI 4
    Thu Jan 09 Dalhousie 2 Acadia 6

    Fri Jan 10 UPEI at New Brunswick
    Fri Jan 10 Acadia at St. F.X.
    Fri Jan 10 Saint Mary's at Dalhousie
    Sat Jan 11 New Brunswick at Moncton
    Sat Jan 11 St. F.X. at Saint Mary's

    Links:
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    Jan 10: Bisons Beaten in Bedrock

    I was unable to do a post Friday night, so here it is on Saturday afternoon.


    MANITOBA BISONS 3
    CALGARY DINOSAURS 6


    Links:
    LeagueStat: [Summary] : [Report]
    Hockey Tech: [Summary] : [Report] : [Text]
    USp/CIS: [Boxscores and tabs] : [CW]
    Stories/boxscores/video: [UofC] : [rp @UofM]


    The Bisons must bounce back in Saturday's matinee if they want to continue their split streak. Tyler Brown's stretch of solid poerformances came to an end as he was tagged with a loss after stopping 20 of 26 shots through two periods. Riley Lamb stopped all 11 shots he faced in 3rd period relief. Meanwhile, Matthew Greenfield stopped 17 of 20 for the W. Coda Gordon led the Dinos with 2 goals, and Devon Skoleski collected an assist on all 3 Bison goals. After giving up so many shorthanded goals this year, it was good to see Colton Veloso score one for the Herd for a change. Rematch goes Saturday at 3:00 MT/4:00 CT.

    Quick Summary
    1st CGY Gibson (2) (Brown, Hines) 12:39 (PP)
    1st CGY Gordon (5) (Elder, Alfaro) 17:23 (PP)
    1st MAN Leipsic (6) (Pouteau, Skoleski) 17:49
    1st CGY Uhrich (1) (Hines, Shearer) 19:30
    2nd CGY Schoonbaert (3) (Elder, Alfaro) 6:45
    2nd CGY Elder (9) (Graham) 9:04
    2nd MAN Veloso (5) (Skoleski, Christensen) 13:41 (SH)
    2nd CGY Gordon (6) 19:26
    3nd MAN Keane (5) (Jameson, Skoleski) 16:59 (PP)


    OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD


    U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 2
    REGINA COUGARS 4


    Links:
    LeagueStat: Summary & tabs
    Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs
    Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs
    Stories/boxscores/video: UofR : rp @UBC


    The Banjo Cats have now reeled off three straight wins against their fellow bottom-dwellers to move from last to tied for 6th with the T-irds themselves. The Kittens are playing some D, holding UBC to 16 shots. Brandon Holtby stopped 14 to continue his hot goaltending. Rylan Toth stopped 17 of 21 in taking the loss. Scott Mikoski scored twice for Regina. The Tweety-Birds better find some old ladies armed with umbrellas to beat off these Puddy Tats in the rematch.



    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 5
    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 2


    Links:
    LeagueStat: Summary & tabs
    Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs
    Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs
    Stories/boxscores/video: UofL : rp @UofS


    This score could have been way worse for the Hørny Ønes. The Banjo Mutts racked up 62 shots in this one. The Mutts must have broken into the Lethbridge Viagra supply. Jack Burgart joins the short list of goaltenders who stopped 57 in a losing effort. Taran Kozun had a leisurely evening, stopping 22 of 24 shots for a win.



    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 8
    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 2


    Links:
    LeagueStat: Summary & tabs
    Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs
    Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs
    Stories/boxscores/video: MRU : rp @UofA


    The Evil Monkeys usually bounce back from losses really well, and this was no exception. If the Bluegars want to continue their serious challenge to join the elite, they really need to win the Saturday night rematch in Edmontown. The score might be a bit misleading. MRU held a 10-9 edge in 1st period shots, but the Apes held a 4-1 lead. MRU pulled starting goaltender Riley Morris after 17 minutes when he gave up his 4th goal on the 9th shot he faced. In a mop-up role, Wyatt Hoflin stopped 19 of 23. Meanwhile, Brendan Burke was back in Alberta's net, and stopped 20 of 22 for the win. The Monkeys had 8 different goal-scorers.


    OUT EAST


    Fri Jan 10 UPEI 0 New Brunswick 11
    Fri Jan 10 Acadia 1 St. F.X. 2
    Fri Jan 10 Saint Mary's 5 Dalhousie 0


    Fri Jan 10 Concordia 2 McGill 3 (ot)
    Fri Jan 10 W. Ontario 3 Laurier 7
    Fri Jan 10 Lakehead 5 York 3
    Fri Jan 10 Ontario Tech 3 Nipissing 2
    Fri Jan 10 Carleton 4 Queen's 1

    Links:
    ➤ [USp/CIS Presto S&R]
    ➤ [OUA LS Daily]
    ➤ [AUS S&R]

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    Jan 11: Yabba Dabba Doo! Another Split!

    The Saturday afternoon games were playoff-style battles, whilst the night games were crazy wild-west shootouts. Here are the details.


    MANITOBA BISONS 2
    CALGARY DINOSAURS 1


    Links:
    LeagueStat: [Summary] : [Report]
    Hockey Tech: [Summary] : [Report] : [Text]
    USp/CIS: [Boxscores and tabs] : [CW]
    Stories/boxscores/video: [UofC] : [rp @UofM]


    The Bisons have now split 9 of their 10 series played to date. From mid-way through the 1st period through the end of the 2nd period, they held a decisive edge in play, and a 2-0 lead. Bedrock U started the 3rd period on a PP, came within one on Vanstone's goal (Vanstone, meet Tim Vanstone ...), applied lots of pressure, but never did even the scores. Riley Lamb was back in goal and stopped 38 of 39 shots for the win. Colton Veloso had both Bison goals, and a skate to the chin. Bedrock U stuck with Matthew Greenfield in goal, and he stopped 26 of 28 to take the loss.

    Quick Summary
    1st 17:08 MAN Colton Veloso (6) ASST: None
    2nd 12:37 MAN Colton Veloso (7) ASST: Skoleski Christensen (PP)
    3rd 03:39 CGY Tim Vanstone (4) ASST: Elder Alfaro (PP)

    So on the weekend, Veloso got 3 goals and Skoleski 4 assists. Next week the Herd is off to British California. Next home action is against Regina on January 24th and 25th.



    OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD


    U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 1
    REGINA COUGARS 2

    (in overtime)

    Links:
    LeagueStat: Summary & tabs
    Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs
    Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs
    Stories/boxscores/video: UofR : rp @UBC


    Funny what a 4-game winning streak will do. Is Pussy Power the big thing for the 20's? Well, before get too excited all these wins came against the other bottom-of-the-table teams. Still, all the Banjo-Cats need to do is match UBC and Lethbridge and they'll have their first playoff berth since 2013.

    In this one, the Kittens did not shut down the T-irds as on Friday night. Instead they relied on Brandon Holtby to stop 41 of 42 shots for the win. UBC switched to Patrick Dea in net, and he stopped 31 of 33 in defeat, still a good night's work. In the opening frame, UBC led 1-0 after outshooting Regina 13-6. In the 2nd, Regina turned the tables, outshooting UBC 10-5 and it was tied 1-1. UBC dominated the 3rd period and 1st overtime, with a 24-16 lead in shots. However, in 3-on-3 Regina scored on the only shot.



    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 8
    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 5


    Links:
    LeagueStat: Summary & tabs
    Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs
    Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs
    Stories/boxscores/video: UofL : rp @UofS


    After the Mutts personified the A Team in lambasting the Hørny Ønes on Friday night, this was more of a Dukes of Hazard, without Daisy Duke. It certainly was no Fantasy Island for either coach. After two periods, it was a 4-4 game, and Sask had outshot Lethbridge 34-28. The Mutts exploded in the 3rd period to turn a toss-up into a route. Sask switched goaltenders, starting Travis Child. He stopped 35 of 40 shots for the win. Lethbridge started Taz Burman, who stopped 32 of 38 in defeat, Jack Burgart stopped 11 of 12 in relief. Sask was led up front by Colin Shirley with a hat-trick. So the teams combined for 91 shots. Ugh!



    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 7
    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 3


    Links:
    LeagueStat: Summary & tabs
    Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs
    Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs
    Stories/boxscores/video: UofA : rp @MRU*


    This weekend was clearly the low-point of the Bluegars' season. It was a surpise to me. As shocking as was the final score, the fact that it was 6-3 after the 1st period is the big shocker. The Monkeys built a 4-1 lead before I started watching this one. Then MRU scored twice and it seemed the game would unfold in a somewhat normal manner. But noooooooooooooooo! The Evil Monkeys popped in two more for as 9-goal period. Monkey started Brendan Burke was yanked in the midst of this Gong Show, making just 4 saves on 7 shots. Matt Berlin came in to stop all 16 shots he faced. At the other end, Wyatt Hoflin was yanked after 12 saves on 18 shots. Riley Morris came on with 26 saves on 27 shots. Cole Sanford's hat-trick led the way for the Apes.


    STANDINGS



    OUT EAST


    Sat Jan 11 New Brunswick 7 Moncton 3
    Sat Jan 11 St. F.X. 1 Saint Mary's 5


    Sat Jan 11 Waterloo 2 Windsor 1 (so)
    Sat Jan 11 Brock 4 W. Ontario 2
    Sat Jan 11 UQTR 1 Ottawa 5
    Sat Jan 11 Ryerson 1 Laurier 3
    Sat Jan 11 Lakehead 3 York 2
    Sat Jan 11 Toronto 8 Guelph 2
    Sat Jan 11 RMC 3 Laurentian 5
    Sat Jan 11 Carleton 4 Concordia 3 (ot)

    Links:
    ➤ [USp/CIS Presto S&R]
    ➤ [OUA LS Daily]
    ➤ [AUS S&R]



    NEXT UP

    CANADA WEST
    Fri Jan 17 Manitoba at UBC
    Fri Jan 17 Regina at Mount Royal
    Fri Jan 17 Saskatchewan at Calgary
    Fri Jan 17 Lethbridge at Alberta

    ONTARIO
    Sun Jan 12 RMC at Laurentian
    Sun Jan 12 UQTR at Ottawa
    Sun Jan 12 McGill at Ontario Tech
    Sun Jan 12 Queen's at Nipissing
    Wed Jan 15 Concordia at UQTR
    Thu Jan 16 Guelph at Brock

    ATLANTIC
    Tue Jan 14 New Brunswick at UPEI - ppd from Nov 16
    Wed Jan 15 Dalhousie at St. F.X.

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    OHT35: Week 14: January 12, 2020

    OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 35
    OHT35: Week 14: January 12, 2020

    The teams to shift are highlighted and they are UBC and Western Ontario drop from C+ to C, and Sask gets a boost from B to A.

    A sub-category of C- is noted, but does not affect rankings.

    OUA interlock is done for the year, and the West won by exactly a 60-40 margin. Pretty decisive.

    Regina was in contention for the ***-ender award and dunce hats, but look at them driving to near the top of the C level, with visions of a C+ dancing in their head.

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    Preview: Jan 17-18: MANITOBA at UBC


    MANITOBA BISONS (9-10-1, 10-13-3, OHT35 #19)
    U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS (4-11-5, 7-14-6, OHT35 #24)


    Friday, January 17, 2020 at 7:00 PT/9:00 CT at DMTSC (Vancouver)
    Saturday, January 18, 2020 at 2:00 PT/4:00 CT at DMTSC (Vancouver)


    Live Links:

    ➤ Video: [CanadaWest.tv]
    ➤ Friday: [Live Stats] ∞ [Hockey Tech]
    ➤ Saturday: [Live Stats] ∞ [Hockey Tech]

    Manitoba Links:
    ➤ GoBisons: [Colton Veloso and Jordyn Zacharias are Boston Pizza Bison Sports Athletes of the Week]
    ➤ GoBisons: [Bisons teams celebrate Pride on a super Saturday, Jan. 18]
    ➤ Social: [Twitter] ∞ [Facebook]
    ➤ CW: [Stats] ∞ [Schedule/Results/Links]
    ➤ LeagueStat: [Stats] ∞ [Schedule/Results/Links]
    ➤ Audio: [Hear the Herd Podcast]
    ➤ The Manitoban: [Mixed bag of results for University of Manitoba Bisons on trip out west]

    UBC Links:
    ➤ UBC: [Winter Classic features huge showdown with Manitoba]
    ➤ Social: [Twitter] ∞ [Facebook]
    ➤ CW: [Stats] ∞ [Schedule/Results/Links]
    ➤ LeagueStat: [Stats] ∞ [Schedule/Results/Links]
    ➤ Audio: [Thunderbird Eye Podcast]

    Other Links:
    ➤ USports: [Schedule/Links] ∞ [Standings]
    ➤ CW: [Home Page] ∞ [Schedule]
    ➤ LeagueStat: [Media Stats]
    ➤ Brandon Sun: [All paths lead back to hockey for Joe Caligiuri]

    Prior Games:
    ➤ Oct 26: UM 5 UBC 2: [LeagueStat] : [Game Story]
    ➤ Oct 27: UBC 3 UM 1: [HockeyTech] : [Game Story]


    The Bisons are off to British California for their annual west coast trek. And what a time to go. UBC holds an annual Winter Classic game, which draws a massive crowd, and that lands on Friday. This year, the T-irds will be honouring their 1971 conference championship team, their last titlist. That team defeated the Bisons in the final. They did make it to the conference final in 1975 and 1978, during the era where the CW and GPAC were split into separate conferences.

    The Bisons are nicely nestled into 5th place, and seem to be tuning up for the playoffs. Meanwhile, the T-irds have now fallen out of the playoff picture, albeit just one point in arrears of 6th place. So there is massive urgency for UBC. After this weekend, they have just two home games left. As a result, the Bisons will have mighty big targets on their heads this weekend.

    These two split their previous series (as the Bisons have done 9 of 10 times thus far), and UBC seemed to be a decent enough team. Over the last 5 years, both sides are 9-8-1 going head-to-head. Even this year, on goals-for-and-against UBC is only a -20, while Regina is -34 and Lethbridge is -44. Not many pundits picked UBC to miss the playoffs.

    Since that series against the Bisons, UBC has just two wins – those being a convincing sweep of Lethbridge. However, I recently saw good portions of their games against Regina and Calgary and they seemed OK.

    The Birds have just one player in the CW's Top 40 scorers, Austin Vetterl (4-9-13). Manitoba has four now, including Adam Henry (6-9-15) on defence, and a trio of sophomore forwards coming into their own, namely Jeremey Leipsic (6-8-14), Devon Skoleski (4-10-14), and Keaton Jamieson (2-11-13).

    In goal, Birds' 3rd year Rylan Toth is a solid but unpectacular CW starter. This year he's 3-8-4, 3.03 GAA, .898 S%. Backup Patrick Dea has comparable numbers at 1-3-1, 2.67 GAA, .885 S%. Meanwhile, three rookies have given the Bisons stellar goaltending. Riley Lamb won the starter job (6-4-1, 3.11 GAA, .915 S%), then Tyler Brown wrested it away (3-5-0, 3.14 GAA, .914 S%) before Lamb jumped back in last Saturday. #3 goaltender, Jeremy Link, deserves some playing time. He had one start (against UBC) and stopped 45 of 47 shots in a loss.



    ELSEWHERE IN THE CW


    REGINA COUGARS (6-12-2, 7-15-2, OHT35 #23)
    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS (11-7-2, 14-10-3, OHT35 #8)


    Links:
    ➤ MRU: [Men's Hockey Site]
    ➤ UofR: [Men's Hockey Site]


    How the season has turned around for the Banjoland's loveable losers. They seemed well on their way to yet another dismal last place finish. But alas! Four straight wins and they now sit in 6th place and seem to be on fire. Brandon Holtby has emerged as a bona fide starter (6-7-1, 2.59 GAA, .920 S%). The other Cats in this fight, like the Bisons, are all by themselves in mid-table with nobody close to them. Is the Bluegar confidence shaken after mounting a solid challenge early on? Or will this allow them to retrench for the playoffs?



    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES (14-4-2, 15-5-2, OHT35 #4)
    CALGARY DINOSAURS (14-4-2, 21-5-3, OHT35 #5)


    Links:
    ➤ UofC: [Men's Hockey Site]
    ➤ UofS: [Huskie Happenings: Jan. 15-19]


    Michael Buffer needs to do the intros in this series. If one team could sweep they would likely get 2nd place and the bye which goes with it, in addition to hosting the semi-final series these teams seem destined to play. The Banjo Mutts' slow start has been completely overcome. I'm not sure what to make of that Saturday night gong-show last weekend (giving up 5 goals on 40 shots against Lethbridge), perhaps it was just a one-off. I did pick Bedrock U for 2nd in my pre-season picks.



    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS (5-14-1, 5-17-2, OHT35 #29)
    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS (17-3-0, 25-5-0, OHT35 #1)


    Links:
    ➤ UofL: [Pronghorns face defending conference champs in Edmonton]
    ➤ UofA: [Men's Hockey Site]


    Welcome to the squash match of the weekend. The Hørny Ønes have not come back well from the Christmas break, having 4 straight losses by 3 goals each. Regaining their form against the Evil Monkeys seems onerous. The closest the Monkeys have had to a slump is two losses with 5 goals against in each (against Manitoba and Saskatchewan) in a 5-game stretch. In my estimation the Hørny Ønes would be quite happy to pick up even one point in this set.


    OUT EAST


    Wed Jan 15 Concordia 1 UQTR 3
    Thu Jan 16 Guelph at Brock
    Fri Jan 17 Nipissing at Carleton
    Fri Jan 17 Ottawa at McGill
    Fri Jan 17 Windsor at Toronto
    Fri Jan 17 Guelph at Waterloo
    Fri Jan 17 W. Ontario at Lakehead
    Fri Jan 17 York at Ryerson
    Fri Jan 17 Ontario Tech at Queen's
    Sat Jan 18 McGill at UQTR
    Sat Jan 18 W. Ontario at Lakehead
    Sat Jan 18 Ottawa at Carleton
    Sat Jan 18 Laurier at Toronto
    Sat Jan 18 York at Waterloo
    Sat Jan 18 Windsor at Ryerson
    Sat Jan 18 Nipissing at Concordia
    Sat Jan 18 Army at RMC (Non-Conference Game)
    Sun Jan 19 Queen's at Concordia


    Tue Jan 14 New Brunswick 3 UPEI 1
    Wed Jan 15 Dalhousie 3 St. F.X. 4
    Fri Jan 17 UPEI at Dalhousie
    Fri Jan 17 Acadia at New Brunswick
    Fri Jan 17 Saint Mary's at Moncton
    Sat Jan 18 St. F.X. at UPEI
    Sat Jan 18 Saint Mary's at New Brunswick
    Sat Jan 18 Acadia at Moncton

    Links:
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    ➤ [AUS S&R]

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    Jan 17: Sell-out Crowd Sees Birds Beat Bisons

    The late result from the west coast means this is a truncated post.


    MANITOBA BISONS 2
    U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 6


    Links:
    LeagueStat: [Summary] : [Report]
    Hockey Tech: [Summary] : [Report] : [Text]
    USp/CIS: [Boxscores and tabs]
    Stories/boxscores/video: [UBC] : [rp @UofM]


    The scroeline does mislead. UBC scored two empty-netters. It was 4-2 with 3 minutes left and the Bisons were on the powerplay. So the rematch should be a tight one.

    Quick Summary
    1st 16:08 UBC Quinn Benjafield (5) ASST: Carvalho & Revel
    2nd 15:54 UBC Austin Vetterl (5) ASST: Sandhu & Smith
    2nd 18:40 UBC Tyler Sandhu (8) ASST: Kryski
    3rd 05:14 MAN Ben Dalke (3) ASST: None
    3rd 09:03 UBC Maxwell James (5) ASST: Smith & Sandhu (PP)
    3rd 10:32 MAN Adam Henry (7) ASST: Skoleski (PP)
    3rd 18:08 UBC Colton Kehler (3) ASST: None (EN, SH)
    3rd 19:10 UBC Tyler Sandhu (9) ASST: Becker & Pouliot (EN)

    Rylan Toth got the win with 20 saves on 22 shots, and Riley Lamb took the loss with 37 saves on 41 shots.

    There was a lot of ill-will at the end. One T-ird had a late hit on Keaton Jameson with 30 seconds left. He retaliated, and Carter Doerksen felled a T-ird himself. Then Tyler Sandhu ran the net with 4 seconds left to set off shoving matches all over the ice. Saturday's matinee rematch should be interesting.


    OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD


    REGINA COUGARS 3
    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 4

    (in overtime)

    Links:
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    Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs
    Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs
    Stories/boxscores/video: MRU



    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 4
    CALGARY DINOSAURS 0


    Links:
    LeagueStat: Summary & tabs
    Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs
    Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs
    Stories/boxscores/video: UofC



    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 2
    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 4


    Links:
    LeagueStat: Summary & tabs
    Hockey Tech: Summary & tabs
    Usp/CIS: Boxscores & tabs
    Stories/boxscores/video: UofL


    OUT EAST


    UPEI Dalhousie - ppd
    Acadia 1 New Brunswick 2 (OT)
    Saint Mary's 3 Moncton 2 (OT)


    Nipissing 2 Carleton 6
    Ottawa 3 McGill 1
    Windsor 2 Toronto 5
    Guelph 9 Waterloo 6
    W. Ontario 4 Lakehead 3
    York 5 Ryerson 6
    Ontario Tech 1 Queen's 3

    Links:
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    ➤ [AUS S&R]
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