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Discussion Starter #21 (Edited)
Aug 30: USports Teams Go 0-3

OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD

The Bisons have yet to start the season, and won't for two weeks, but we do have a fairly busy Friday night out-of-town scoreboard from the night that the CW football season kicked off (with the Bisons soundly thrashing the Banjo Mutts).


WISCONSIN BADGERS 3
U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 0


Links:

LeagueStat: [Summary] : [UBC Stats Page]
Stories: [UBC] : [UofW (with video)]

This was a solid win for the Badger Bobs, outscoring the T-irds 1-0 in each period. Final shots were 38-26 in favour of Wisconsin. There were a total of 64 penalty minutes dealt (34 to Wisconsin). Returning goaltender Rylan Toth took the loss for UBC. Wisconsin had 27 names on the line-up sheet posted at LeagueStat.

Since neither UBC nor any other CW team has a 2019-20 roster posted, the LeagueStat summary is a guideline (* indicates a rookie):

Defencemen
6 Shaun Dosanjh
13 Kyle Becker
26 Joe Carvalho
29 Jerret Smith
40 Jonathan Smart *
43 Ryan Pouliot *

Forwards
9 Dryden Michaud *
10 Matt Revel
14 Jake Kryski *
16 Murphy Stratton *
17 Austin Vetterl
19 Tyler Sandhu
20 Austin Glover
21 Quentin Greenwood
22 Quinn Benjafield *
37 Brett Clayton *
42 Carter Popoff
44 Maxwell James

Goalies
34 Rylan Toth
39 Ben Maquignaz

Announced Recruits Not Dressed
Jarret Tyszka (D)
James Orban (F)

Announced Departures
8 Riley Guenther
15 Adam Rossignol
22 Chase Clayton
23 Raymond Grewal
33 Michael Stenerson

Departed or Not Dressed
2 Devin Fafard
7 Tanner Faith
11 Steven Hodges
25 Colton Kehler
27 Josh Connolly
47 Patrick Dea

The only rookie dressed but not previously announced was Murphy Stratton, a California lad listed as committed to UND for 2020-21. I suspect that another goaltender has also been recruited.



OUT EAST


OTTAWA GEEGEES 3
DRESDNER EISLOWEN 5


Links:

Ottawa: [Twitter] : [Schedule/Results]
Dresdner: [Translated Game Story]

The Germans enjoyed period leads of 3-1 and 5-1, so it seems to have been a coast-to-victory scenario. The story says the teams had to do laps to aleviate fog. The joys of hockey in the summer heat! Dresdner plays in DEL2, the 2nd tier of German hockey.


WATERLOO WARRIORS 3
RITTNER BUAM 6


Links:

Waterloo: [Tour Preview] : [Schedule/Results]
Rittner: [Translated Game Story]

This was Waterloo's opener of a 3-game trip through the Alps. They appear to have suffered a decisive loss to the German-speaking Italians. Period leads were 2-0 and 5-2. Future opponents could get even tougher for the Warriors.

NEXT UP

Sep 01 Ottawa at Eispiraten Crimmitschau (Germany 2)
Sep 01 Waterloo at EHC Freiburg (Germany 2)
Sep 01 Wisconsin (NCAA) at UBC
Sep 02 Waterloo at EVZ Academy (Switzerland 2)
 

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Discussion Starter #22 (Edited)
Sept 1: Another 0-3 Day

OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD

With the Bisons not in action, we once again continue with a limited schedule opening weekend. It's looking like the OUA is in-between the level of the DEL2 and Oberliga and UBC is a touch beneath the Badger Bobs.


WISCONSIN BADGERS 7
U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 5


Links:

LeagueStat: [Summary] : [UBC Stats Page]
Stories: [UBC] : [UofW (with video)]

This series ended in wild fashion. Wisconsin built a 5-0 lead early in the 2nd period, before UBC stormed back to make it 5-4 in the 3rd period. The last goal was an empty-netter.Matt Revel and newcomer Jeff Kryski each scored twice for the T-irds. Habs' draft Cole Caulfield had a hatrick for the Badger Bobs.

UBC starting goaltender (wrongly listed as Wisconsin's Daniel Lebedeff) allowed four goals on 15 1st period shots. UBC then put in a new goaltender (wrongly listed as Wisconsin's Jack Berry) who stopped 16 of 18 shots.

Jack berry started for Wisconsin and stopped all 5 shots he faced in the 1st period. Johan Blomquist then finished, and stopped 15 of 20 shots.

So who played goal for UBC? Likely Ben Maquignaz, who was also on the line-up listings, and another mystery goaltender. (* denotes a rookie, # denotes a line-up change from Friday's game)

Defencemen
6 Shaun Dosanjh
7 Tanner Faith #
13 Kyle Becker
26 Joe Carvalho
29 Jerret Smith
40 Jonathan Smart *
43 Ryan Pouliot *

Forwards

10 Matt Revel
14 Jake Kryski *
16 Murphy Stratton *
17 Austin Vetterl
19 Tyler Sandhu
20 Austin Glover
21 Quentin Greenwood
22 Quinn Benjafield *
37 Brett Clayton *
42 Carter Popoff
44 Maxwell James

Goalies
39 Ben Maquignaz
????????????????

Announced Recruits Not Dressed
Jarret Tyszka (D)
James Orban (F)

Announced Departures
8 Riley Guenther
15 Adam Rossignol
22 Chase Clayton
23 Raymond Grewal
33 Michael Stenerson

Departed or Not Dressed
2 Devin Fafard
9 Dryden Michaud *#
11 Steven Hodges
25 Colton Kehler
27 Josh Connolly
34 Rylan Toth #
47 Patrick Dea



OUT EAST


OTTAWA GEEGEES 3
EISPIRATEN CRIMMITSCHAU 4


Links:

Ottawa: [Twitter] : [Schedule/Results]
Crimmitschau: [Translated Game Story]

The Ice Pirates held period leads of 2-0 and 3-2, and there was a scrap early in the 2nd period. Ottawa thus ends their tour with a 1-2-0 record, the win coming over an Oberliga (3rd tier) team and two losses against DEL2 (2nd tier) teams.


WATERLOO WARRIORS 1
EHC FREIBURG 2


Links:

Waterloo: [Twitter] : [Schedule/Results]
Freiburg: [Twitter]

The home side has not posted a game story for this one, but their Twitter feed was updated dozens of times throughout the game. The Warriors are now 0-2-0 on the tour, with the finale in Switzerland on Labour Day.

NEXT UP

Sep 02 Waterloo at EVZ Academy (Switzerland 2)
Sep 06 Red Deer College (ACAC) at Calgary
Sep 06 UBC at Alberta
Sep 07 Calgary at Red Deer College (ACAC)
Sep 07 UBC at Alberta
 

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Sept 2: Waterloo Gets a Win; Lots of CW News

OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD

OUT EAST


WATERLOO WARRIORS 4
EVZ ACADEMY 3


Links:

Waterloo: [Twitter] : [Schedule/Results]
EVZ: [Twitter]

I could not find a game story for this one, so Twitter it is. The shootout win prevents the Warriors from meeting their Waterloo, so to speak. They finish 1-2-0 on the Euro adventure.


UQTR PATRIOTES 3
BORDEAUX BOXERS 4

UQTR PATRIOTES 2
DUCS D'ANGER 1

UQTR PATRIOTES 3
ANGLET HORMADI 2


UQTR had a trip to France without anything on their site about it. Good thing for Twitter. They won a 4-team tournament with a 2-1-0 record.

Links:

UQTR v Bordeaux: [Twitter]
UQTR v Angers: [Twitter]
UQTR v Hormadi: [Twitter]




NEWS



CanadaWest.tv has lined up a name sponsor, namely Co-op! For those out east, Co-op food stores and gas bars are everywhere on the prairies.

Links:

Manitoba: [Co-op named presenting sponsor of Canada West TV]
Regina: [Co-op named presenting sponsor of Canada West TV]




The Bluegars finally announced their pre-season games. It includes one addition not previously announced, the game on Sept 19th.

Sep 10 Mount Royal at Calgary
Sep 17 Calgary at Mount Royal
Sep 19 Lethbridge at Mount Royal
Sep 21 Mount Royal at Lethbridge

Link:

MRU: [Schedule/Results]




The Hørny Ønes have a 12-man recruiting class. This is the year of mega-sized rookie crops across USports. I think the Monkeys out-recruited them again.

Luke Coleman - LW - Calgary Hitmen (WHL)
Michael Clarke - F - Humboldt Broncos (SJHL)
Owen Guenter - F - Humboldt Broncos (SJHL)
Kyle Gordon - F - Okotoks Oilers (AJHL)
Daniel Gatenby - D - Nanaimo Clippers (BCHL)
Josh Patrician - D - Humboldt Broncos (SJHL)
Mackenzie Mindus - F - Grand Falls Rapids (MHL)
Jared Janke - C - Campbellton Tigers (MHL)
George King - F - Melfort Mustangs (SJHL) (9 teams in 4 years!)
Josh Borynec - C - Melville Millionaries (SJHL)
Jack Burgart - G - Bemidji State University (NCAA)
Nik Amundrud - G - Rosetown Red Wings (ACHW) (in WHL 2015 and 2016)

Link:

UofL: [Pronghorn Hockey unveils 12 member recruiting class]
 

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Discussion Starter #24 (Edited)
Preview: Sept 6-7: Western Exhibitions Only



U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS (2018-19: 14-12-2; 2019-20: 0-2-0)
ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS (2018-19: 24-3-1)


Links:
➤ HockeyTech Stats: UBC : Alberta
➤ Schedule/Results: UBC : Alberta
➤ Leaguestat: Daily Schedule (live updates on Friday)
➤ Twitter: UBC : Alberta


Neither side has a preview story on their websites as I post. However, the website stats page (by HockeyTech) has a stats list for both teams, as linked. Here's what the Monkeys look like:

Goaltenders
Matt Berlin*
Brendan Burke
Griffen Outhouse*

Defencemen
Ben Carroll
Braydyn Chizen*
Dawson Davidson*
Jared Freadrich*
Dalton Hamaliuk*
Clayton Kirichenko
Joel Lakusta*
Sawyer Lange
Ryan Rehill

Forwards
Tyson Baillie
Chad Butcher*
Taylor Cooper
Trevor Cox
Jayden Hart
Ryan Jevne*
Cole Linaker
Curtis Miske
Lucas Nickles
Steven Owre
Josh Paterson*
Grayson Pawlenchuk
Noah Philp
Cole Sanford
Luc Smith*
Tyler Soy
Nolan Volcan*

Departed Players
Kenny Cameron G
Zach Sawchenko G
Nick Charif D
Graeme Craig D
Jason Fram D
Wil Tomchuk D
Tanner Clarkson F
Riley Kieser F
McConnell Kimmett F
Stephane Legault F
Brandon Magee F

Friday night's game is at the Clare Drake Arena and Saturday's is in St. Albert. So far, the Leaguestat live updates is just for Friday's game.




RED DEER COLLEGE KINGS (2018-19 ACAC: 19-7-1-1)
CALGARY DINOSAURS (2018-19: 18-7-3)


Links:
➤ Schedule/Results: Calgary : Red Deer
➤ Twitter: Calgary : Red Deer


This is a home-and-home series, playing in the Town of Bedrock Friday and in Dead Rear on Saturday. There are no preview stories and neither team has a roster page going for 2019-20. Red Deer is on the ascent in the ACAC. They will also play Lethbridge this pre-season, as has become custom.

It is time to start the lookout for 2019-20 roster pages. Here are the CW links, all of which list 2018-19 as I post.

Links:
Alberta
Calgary
Lethbridge
Manitoba
Mount Royal
Regina
Saskatchewan
UBC
 

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Sept 6: Domestic Exhibition Season Begins



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

in overtime

Links:
Summaries: HockeyTech : LeagueStat
UBC: S&R : Twitter
Alberta: Linescore : Twitter


This marks the first game of the pre-season between two CW teams, and for that matter the first battle of USports teams. So it is appropriate that the game went into overtime.

There are no game stories posted, but the stats were downloaded to the HockeyTech and LeagueStat sources, as per the links. Highlights are:
- Brendan Burke got the win, with 22 saves on 24 shots
- Rylan Toth got the loss, with 23 saves on 26 shots
- The game was tied 1-1 after one, and 2-2 after two.
- Ryan Rehill scored the game winner in just over a minute of OT.
- UBC dressed just 19 players. Has the injury bug struck already?
- Alberta's backup goaltender was Jamond Cardinal. His last stats come from AA Midget in 2015-16.

Saturday night's rematch in St. Albert is generating some promotion. Tickets are $15! I don't believe that live stats nor a summary will be uploaded to LeagueStat or HockeyTech.




RED DEER COLLEGE KINGS 0
CALGARY DINOSAURS 5


Links:
Schedule/Results: Calgary : Red Deer
Twitter: Calgary : Red Deer


Thus far there are no game stories nor anything on Twitter. Without the stats there isn't much to say. The scoreline is pretty much what I expected. Saturday's rematch is in Red Deer.

I see that the Dinos have an app!
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sidearmsports.fanapp.ucalgary&hl=en
 

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Sept 7: Loads of New Recruits at Bison Intersquad Game



BROWN 3
WHITE 1


The Bisons haven't done this in a while. For me, it was a chance to see the line-up and the renovations underway at the Wayne Fleming Arena. The new balcony is pretty much done. It is still partitioned off and wet paint signs are around.

Here's the line-up synopsis (jersey number indicated and B for Brown and W for White):

Unannounced Recruits
1B Jeremy Link G
6B Dylan Thiessen F
15B Ben Dalke F
5W Liam Schioler D
8W Connor Barley F
13W Nico Labossiere F
19W Nate Halvorsen F
34W Travis Ridgen G

Announced Recruits
5B Matthew Stanley D
18B Brady Goethals F
21W Brian Harris F
23W Tony Apetagon F
27W Brady Pouteau D
30W Riley Lamb G

Announced Recruit/Not Dressed
-- Joshua Tripp

Returnees Dressed
2B Adam Henry D
3B Sean Christensen D
11B Ryan Carlson D
12B Keaton Jameson F
24B Jeremey Leipsic F
35B Tyler Brown G
10W Devon Skoleski F
17W Colton Veloso F
24W Matt LeBlanc F
25W Lukas Skrumeda D
29W Jonah Wasylak F

Comeback
16B Geordie Keane F

Guest Players
20B Zach Franko F
21B Liam Bilton F
4W Bryce Litke D

Announced Departures
4 Kamerin Nault F
8 Liam Bilton F
9 Zach Franko F
28 Byron Spriggs G
35 Brett Stovin F

Announced Graduates
1 Justin Paulic G
12 Nick Zajac F
21 Brett Brooks F
34 Dasan Sydora G

Departed or Not Dressed
5 Brandon Paradoski D
11 Mitchell Dyck D
14 Thomas Freeman F
16 Dawson Martin F
18 Garrett Armour F
23 Mackenzie Dwyer D
24 Thomas Lenchyshyn D
27 Carter Doerksen D

The game was just two periods, and each goaltender got a period. No goals were scored on Jeremy Link, Tyler Brown and Riley Lamb each surrendered one, and Travis Ridgen gave up two.

There was no PA for goals, and a couple were hard for me to tell from the other end of the ice, but I believe that the Brown goals were by Henry, Leipsic, and Christensen while Labossiere scored for the White.

Each side had two goaltenders and four defencemen. The
Brown had 8 forwards, and White had 9.

Here's the background on the EIGHT unannounced recuits who suited up in this one:

Jeremy Link - G – Winnipeg Blues (MJHL)

Link is a Winnipeg native coming off four MJHL seasons, split between the Neepawa Natives and Winnipeg Blues. His stats line was excellent last year (26-16-0, 2.48 GAA, .931 S%). He led the league in save percentage.

Links:
➤ Career Stats: ELite Prospects : MJHL : Fandom
➤ Twitter videos: Jan 15th : Feb 1st : Feb 4th



A picture with stats!


Dylan Thiessen - C/LW – Mercyhurst Lakers (NCAA)

Although transferring from Mercyhurst, Thiessen is another Winnipeg boy. He played four seasons with the Virden Oil Capitals, and had 64 goals, 93 assists for 157 points in 216 games. He only played four games for Mercyhurst last year. Many Bison recruits had better numbers, but Thiessen has drawn a lot of accolades in his own right. He wore the “C” in Virden and last year he had a perfect 4.0 GPA to be AHA Student Athlete-of-the-Year. He only played 5 games but I am sure with that GPA he'll figure out how to get more ice time this year. The linked stories point out things like his coach's favourable views of the team captain, getting a scholarship to the same NCAA school as his sister, and his reflections on the impact of the Humboldt crash.

Links:
➤ Career Stats: Elite Prospects : MJHL : Fandom
➤ MJHL: Manitoba Pork Peak Performer of the Month
➤ Empire Advance: Oil Caps Player Profile: Dylan Thiessen
➤ CBC: Winnipeg hockey siblings score full hockey scholarships to same U.S. university : Manitoba hockey teams coming to terms with deadly Sask. bus crash
➤ All-Academic: Mercyhurst Profile : Former MJHL Players Named to Div I All-Academic Team : Atlantic Hockey
➤ YouTube video: Jan 28, 2016





Ben Dalke - RW – Virden Oil Capitals (MJHL)

After Thiessen left the Oil Capitals, Dalke stepped up to be the team captain. He was tied for 10th in MJHL scoring last year (22-33-55 in 60 games).

Links:
➤ Career Stats: Elite Prospects : MJHL
➤ Virden: DALKE LOOKING FORWARD TO TAKING THE NEXT STEP WITH OIL CAPS
➤ Empire Advance: Dalke starts final season with Oil Caps
➤ Twitter video: Oct 14th, 2018





Liam Schioler - D – Regina Pats (WHL)

Now here's a Bison prototype: Winnipeg boy, 6'3”, 192 lbs., went away to play in the WHL, wore a letter (an “A”), and is coming home. He had committed to Queen's last February but has clearly come to his senses. Apparently, he was going to enrol in commerce. Just so happens that Manitoba's commerce faculty is second to none! Combined with the unexpected return of 5th year Sean Christensen, the Herd now has 7 quality veterans or WHL rookies on the blueline. He won't be expected to generate offence, but should help alleviate last year's havoc in front of the net. Also, the Pats used him up front when the injury bug hit the forward ranks last year.

Links:
➤ Career Stats: Elite Prospects
➤ Regina Leader-Post: Pats' Schioler going from Queen City to Queen's University : rp @ Goderich Signal Star
➤ Regina Leader-Post: Pats' Liam Schioler positioned for success
➤ Videos: YouTube : Twitter
➤ WHL: Pats name Leschyshyn captain, Henry and Schioler to serve as alternates
➤ CKOM: Pats’ Schioler expects a ‘tough’ weekend
➤ Canada.com: Fond farewell for Pats' vets





Connor Barley - LW – Selkirk Steelers (MJHL)

In addition to his career with the Steelers, Barley has had two cups of coffee in the WHL, one with Kootenay and one win Portland. Those didn't pan out so he spent all of last season with Selkirk. He finished 8th in MJHL scoring (31-26-57), and was 10th in 2017-18 with better numbers (35-32-67). He's a St. Andrew's native, so the Steelers were more-or-less his hometown team.

Links:
➤ Career Stats: Elite Prospects : MJHL : Fandom
➤ Cranbrook Townsman: Another day, another WHL debut as Barley joins Ice
➤ WHL: Portland Winter Hawks Profile
➤ MJHL: Selkirk Steelers Profile : Q&A



MJHL player of the month last November.


Nico Labossiere - LW – Selkirk & Steinbach (MJHL), St. Vital (MMJHL)

This is a player with a lot of Junior A mileage. He started with Winkler, then went to Selkirk, stopped off with St. Vital (MMJHL), and then finished last year with Steinbach. His rights had been dealt to Waywayseecappo but I guess he chose to play in the MMJHL instead over the pre-Christmas-New Year's period. In any event, he played just 33 games combined. His point totals were not too bad (6-22-28). In 2017-18 he played the full season with Selkirk and in 60 games was 22-42-64, good for 14th in the league. He's a small forward at 5'9”, and the Bisons have a few of those now.

Links:
➤ Career Stats: Elite Prospects : MJHL : Fandom
➤ Steinbach: PISTONS ADD LABOSSIERE, PAISLEY, AND VAUTOUR AT MJHL TRADE DEADLINE
➤ MMJHL: St. Vital Stats





Nate Halvorsen - RW – Selkirk Steelers (MJHL)

We have here a Winnipeg native and graduate of four seasons with the Selkirk Steelers, the last two of which he was better than a point-per-game (25-34-59 in 2017-18 and 34-29-63 in 2018-19). He was 4th in MJHL scoring, behind fellow recruits Josh Tripp, Bradly Goethals, and Tony Apetagon.

Links:
➤ Career Stats: Elite Prospects : MJHL : Fandom
➤ Selkirk: Player Profile
➤ Game On: MJHL Player of the Month Announced





Travis Ridgen - G – VIU Mariners (BCIHL)

Trav4Oilers is an interesting character. He is a Winnipeg native who played Junior B in the KJHL with Lundar and Arborg before heading out to Vancouver Island University last year. He only played one game last year and gave up 8 goals. I suspect he is a name they can call upon in the event of injury to one of the other three goaltenders. He wrote a story about himself in The Hockey News. The link is behind a pay wall. His official resume misses several teams from whom he was cut. So if he's cut by the Bisons, I think he'll take it in stride. Already this year he has a tryout with the Birmingham Bulls of the SPHL. He is a minor celebrity in social media. He was hired by First Row Collectibles to sign autographs at Canadian Wrestling's Elite "Legends of Wrestling & Sports Convention 2". He was involved in a KJHL fight against Peguis, as shown in the picture below!

Links:
➤ Career Stats: Elite Prospects
➤ VIU: Player Profile
➤ MMJHL: 2015-16 Stats
➤ The Hockey News: LAST CUT IS THE DEEPEST: THE JOURNEY OF AN OFT-CUT EMERGENCY BACKUP HOPEFUL
➤ First Row Collectibles: TRAVIS RIDGEN IS MAKING NOISE IN THE HOCKEY WORLD
➤ Washed Up Goalie Blog: Behind the Mask with trav4oilers
➤ Social Media: Twitter : Facebook : YouTube





Bryce Litke - D – Watertown Wolves (FHL)

He was a “guest player”, along with alumni Liam Bilton and Zach Franko. He's off to play in the Federal League. He was needed to give each side 4 defencemen. He formerly played for St. Boniface in the MMJHL, and Minnesota in the SIJHL. Last year he played Division 3 in Sweden.

Links:
➤ Career Stats: Elite Prospects


Put it all together and the Bisons have strength and depth on defence and in goal. They lack experience and reliable forwards. They have three 5th years players, no 4th year players, and two 3rd year defencemen. The only veteran forward is Jonah Wasylak. Therefore, the question is whether the team can score enough goals. Returning second year forwards with potential are Veloso, Jameson, Leipsic, and Skoleski. From the MJHL they have the top four scorers, and 7 of the top 14. If enough young forwards can adapt to university hockey, they could be a difficult playoff opponent.


OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD



U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS >
ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS >


Links:
Schedule/Results: UBC : UofA Linescore
Twitter: UBC : Alberta


This one has to be reported.



CALGARY DINOSAURS 4
RED DEER COLLEGE KINGS 2


Links:
Schedule/Results: Calgary : Red Deer
Twitter: Calgary : Red Deer
Red Deer Advocate: Kings humbled in preseason mini-series with U of C Dinos


There was a fair amount of detail in the Red Deer game story. Bedrock outshot Red Deer 50-15! So, the score was a bit deceptive.


UP NEXT

Saskatoon Tournament:
Sep 12 Regina at Saskatchewan
Sep 13 Manitoba v Alberta (3 pm)
Sep 13 Calgary v Regina (7 pm)
Sep 14 Calgary v Manitoba (3 pm)
Sep 14 Alberta at Saskatchewan (7 pm)

Other CW games:
Sep 10 Mount Royal at Calgary
Sep 13 Trinity Western (BCIHL) v UBC
Sep 14 Lethbridge at Red Deer College (ACAC)
Sep 14 Simon Fraser (BCIHL) at UBC
Sep 15 Lethbridge at Red Deer College (ACAC)

AUS games:
Sep 13 Moncton at UPEI
Sep 14 Dalhousie at Saint Mary's
Sep 14 Moncton at St. FX

OUA games:
Sep 10 Quebec All-Stars at Laval (AHL)
Sep 12 Ryerson at Ontario Tech
Sep 13 Guelph at Brock
Sep 13 Laurier at Waterloo
Sep 13 Ottawa at Windsor
Sep 13 Queen's at McGill
Sep 13 York at Toronto
Sep 14 McGill at UQTR
Sep 14 Ontario Tech at Toronto
Sep 14 Ottawa at Windsor
Sep 15 Queen's v RMC (at Ganonoque)
 

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Late Results

OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD



U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 2
ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 6


Links:
Schedule/Results: UBC : UofA Linescore
Twitter: UBC : Alberta


The UBC schedule/results page added the score and Alberta has now posted a linescore. Their goals were scored by Noah Philp, Tyler Soy, Ryan Jevne, Steven Owre, Cole Sanford, and Trevor Cox. Neither Twitter feed has anything else.

So the T-irds are now 0-3-1 and the Evil Monkeys 2-0-0 on the season.
 

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Sept 11: News Round-up

I was looking around to see if 2019-20 rosters were popping up, and one was (from the Town of Bedrock). Also, some news was posted by Manitoba and Saskatchewan.



The retirement of Coleen Dufresne has prompted a Wall of Recognition to be installed. No word on who will be recognized in it.

Link:
UofM: Best of the Bisons captured in new Wall of Recognition







The Dinosaurs are the first team in the CW to update their "roster" link with their 2019-20 line-up. Here's the breakdown:

New recruits:
31 Brodan Salmond - G - Moose Jaw (WHL)
34 Adam Marcoux - G - Trail (BCHL)
41 Sahvan Khaira - D - Everett (WHL)
44 Dallas Hines - D - Vancouver (WHL)
11 Kaden Elder - F - Calgary (WHL)
39 Lane Zablocki - F - Vernon (BCHL)
43 Jordan Xavier - F - Alaska-Anchorage (NCAA)

Returnees:
1 Matt Greenfield G
2 Jake Kearley D - UNLV (ACHA)
3 Ryan Gagnon D
5 Jordan Henderson D
7 TJ Brown D - Quinnipiac (NCAA)
9 Graham Black F
10 Robbie Fisher F - Laurier (OUA)
15 Tim Vanstone F
16 Matt Alfaro F
17 Coda Gordon F
21 Logan Fisher F
22 Mitch Cook F
23 Ryan Graham F
24 Luke Harrison F
26 Bradley Schoonbaert F
27 Chris Rauckman F - UPEI (AUS)
28 Josh Uhrich F
29 James Shearer D
30 Tyler Gutenberg G
42 Dane Gibson F - Maine (NCAA)

Departures:
4 Drew Weich D
11 Cal Babych F
12 Cain Franson F
18 Regan Nagy F
19 Riley Sheen F
33 Jared Hauf D
33 Jordan Papirny G
44 Dylan Busenius D

One thing that jumped out on the Dinos' roster page was the number of transfers they have been accumulating. The five returnees and one newcomer have their former school noted on the roster above.

This is a pretty good recruiting class, however the Dinos are losing a lot of their veteran core. I would expect them to be similar in calibre to what they have been in recent seasons.

Link:
UofC: Roster Page





The Mutts have posted a story on their men's and women's tournaments. Not much new information (unless you are going there and want tickets) but it does seem that they are promoting the events. It also seems that this will be the one and only weekend of exhibition games for them.

Link:
UofS: Huskie hockey to host pair of exhibition tournaments
 

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Sept 10-11: Weekday Games

OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD



MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 0
CALGARY DINOSAURS 3


Links:
UofC: S&R : Twitter


All I got is a tweet and the score on this one. The Dinos are now 3-0-0 in pre-season. This was the Bluegars' first game, and they now have the weekend off.


OUT EAST



MONTREAL CANADIENS ROOKIES 7
QUEBEC UNIVERSITY ALL-STARS 3


Links:
Summary: LeagueStat : McGill
Game Story: McGill


This was originally dubbed as “Laval Rocket” and then was changed to “Montreal Canadiens Rookies” against the Quebec University All-Stars. The game was tied 1-1 after one and 3-3 after two. In the final period the aspiring pros dominated the shot clock (18-3) and scored four times to sail away with a win.

WEEKEND SCHEDULE

Saskatoon Tournament:
Sep 12 Regina at Saskatchewan
Sep 13 Manitoba v Alberta (3 pm)
Sep 13 Calgary v Regina (7 pm)
Sep 14 Calgary v Manitoba (3 pm)
Sep 14 Alberta at Saskatchewan (7 pm)

Other CW games:
Sep 13 Trinity Western (BCIHL) v UBC
Sep 14 Lethbridge at Red Deer College (ACAC)
Sep 14 Simon Fraser (BCIHL) at UBC
Sep 15 Lethbridge at Red Deer College (ACAC)

Out East:
Sep 12 Ryerson at Ontario Tech
Sep 13 Guelph at Brock
Sep 13 Laurier at Waterloo
Sep 13 Moncton at UPEI
Sep 13 Ottawa at Windsor
Sep 13 Queen's at McGill
Sep 13 York at Toronto
Sep 14 Dalhousie at Saint Mary's
Sep 14 McGill at UQTR
Sep 14 Moncton at St. FX
Sep 14 Ontario Tech at Toronto
Sep 14 Ottawa at Windsor
Sep 15 Queen's v RMC (at Ganonoque)
 

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Discussion Starter #30 (Edited)
Sept 12: Weekend Starts Early

The Saskatoon tournament got off to an early start, and the first all-OUA game was held Thursday night as well.

OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD



REGINA COUGARS 3
SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 4


Links:
UofS: S&R
UofR: S&R


No tweets, nor stories, on this one. The score was posted on both sites on Friday. It appears that nobody is using LeagueStat in the CW until the season starts. So rosters will remain a mystery, as will game details.

Fortunately, the OUA has started making extensive use of LeagueStat, with Thursday's game and Friday's five games all covered.


OUT EAST

Sep 12 Ryerson 1 Ontario Tech 2 : LeagueStat


WEEKEND SCHEDULE

Saskatoon Tournament:
Sep 13 Manitoba v Alberta (3 pm)
Sep 13 Calgary v Regina (7 pm)
Sep 14 Calgary v Manitoba (3 pm)
Sep 14 Alberta at Saskatchewan (7 pm)

Other CW games:
Sep 13 Trinity Western (BCIHL) v UBC
Sep 14 Lethbridge at Red Deer College (ACAC)
Sep 14 Simon Fraser (BCIHL) at UBC
Sep 15 Lethbridge at Red Deer College (ACAC)

Out East:
Sep 13 Guelph at Brock
Sep 13 Laurier at Waterloo
Sep 13 Moncton at UPEI
Sep 13 Ottawa at Windsor
Sep 13 Queen's at McGill
Sep 13 York at Toronto
Sep 14 Dalhousie at Saint Mary's
Sep 14 McGill at UQTR
Sep 14 Moncton at St. FX
Sep 14 Ontario Tech at Toronto
Sep 14 Ottawa at Windsor
Sep 15 Queen's v RMC (at Ganonoque)
 

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Discussion Starter #31 (Edited)
Sept 13: Herd Lose Opener in Saskatown

This is the pre-season's real kick-off weekend, with most teams seeing some action. The feature event is the Saskatown tournament.



MANITOBA BISONS 1
ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 6


Links:
UofA: Linescore
UofA: Twitter
UofM: S&R


The linescore posted by the UofA tells us that their goal-scorers were Nolan Volcan (2), Cole Sanford, Trevor Cox, Ben Carroll, and Lucas Nickles. The period scores were 1-0 and 3-1. Twitter tells that the shots were 34-16 in favour of the Monkeys. The Bisons are 7-8-1 against the Monkeys over the last 4 years, which is probably as good as anybody has done. The Apes are now 3-0-0 and this was the Bisons' first game.


OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD



REGINA COUGARS 2
CALGARY DINOSAURS 6


Links:
UofS: S&R
UofR: S&R
UofC: Twitter


The Dinos are 4-0-0 now, and Regina falls to 0-2-0. The Bisons face the Dinos on Saturday. This was game 3 of the Saskatown event.




TRINITY WESTERN SPARTANS 3
U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 5


Links:
UBC: S&R
TWU: Game Story


With Holy Trinity entering the CW next year, this year's game is a glimpse of things to come. TWU has a decent game story linked. UBC is now 1-3-1 in pre-season, and this was TWU's first game. The T-irds have now won all four exhibition games in their program histories. This was the opening of a 3-team round-robin including the Simon Fraser Clown for the “Captains' Cup”.




OUT EAST

AUS
Sep 13 Moncton 4 UPEI 0 : AUS S&R

OUA
Sep 13 Guelph 4 Brock 1 : LeagueStat
Sep 13 Laurier 3 Waterloo 2 (so) : Waterloo S&R
Sep 13 Ottawa 1 Windsor 3 : Windsor S&R
Sep 13 Queen's 4 McGill 5 : LeagueStat
Sep 13 York 2 Toronto 1 : LeagueStat


UP NEXT

Saskatoon Tournament:
Sep 14 Calgary v Manitoba (3 pm)
Sep 14 Alberta at Saskatchewan (7 pm)

Other CW games:
Sep 14 Lethbridge at Red Deer College (ACAC)
Sep 14 Simon Fraser (BCIHL) at UBC
Sep 15 Lethbridge at Red Deer College (ACAC)

Out East:
Sep 14 Dalhousie at Saint Mary's
Sep 14 McGill at UQTR
Sep 14 Moncton at St. FX
Sep 14 Ontario Tech at Toronto
Sep 14 Ottawa at Windsor
Sep 15 Queen's v RMC (at Ganonoque)
 

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Discussion Starter #32 (Edited)
Sept 14: Bisons Swept


MANITOBA BISONS 1
CALGARY DINOSAURS 7


Links:
UofC: S&R
UofC: Twitter
UofM: S&R
Podcast: This Week in Bison Sports


There are no details on this game anywhere, but it is hard to imagine that this was anything other than a whuppin'. Calgary is now 5-0-0 and Manitoba is 0-2-0. Next weekend the Bisons host Regina, so I'll see what the new line-up looks like for real.

I have added a link to UMFM's podcast. The season debut had an interview with new goaltender Tyler Brown.


OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD


ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 4
SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 0


Links:
UofS: S&R
UofA: Linescore*
UofA: Twitter


The U of A Twitter was updating scores. Shots were 31-20 in favour of the Monkeys. Alberta is now 4-0-0 and Sask is 1-1-0. Looking at the five scores from the weekend in Saskatown, it would seem that the Dinos and Monkeys are a cut above the Bisons and Banjolanders. Although, they have also played the most pre-season games and should be closer to their true form. We'll see. Alberta and Calgary play head-to-head next week to wrap up the pre-season. Oddly, Sask has no more games until the regular season starts.



LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 2
RED DEER COLLEGE KINGS 3

(in overtime)

Links:
RDC: S&R
RDC: Twitter
UofL: S&R
UofL: Twitter


Dubbed as the "Babcock Bowl" (Mike Babcock coached both sides at one time), the Kings have scored a major win for the ACAC by defeating the Hörny Ønes. I believe this to be their first win over a CW team. The period leads were 1-0 and 2-1 and the Kings held the shots lead, 32-20. The Kings are now 1-2-0 and this was the first game for Lethbridge. The rematch goes Sunday.



SIMON FRASER CLAN >
U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS >


Links:
UBC: S&R
SFU: Website


Was this game cancelled? UBC never did add it to their schedule (although Manitoba and Alberta were also missing games from their schedules until they were played).


OUT EAST

AUS
Sep 14 Dalhousie 3 Saint Mary's 2 (so) : AUS S&R
Sep 14 Moncton 1 St. F.X. 3 : Boxscore

OUA
Sep 14 Laurentian 0 Nipissing 3 : LU S&R
Sep 14 McGill 1 UQTR 6 : LeagueStat
Sep 14 Ontario Tech 1 Toronto 4 : LeagueStat
Sep 14 Ottawa 10 Windsor 2 : UofO S&R


UP NEXT

Canada West:
Sep 15 Lethbridge at Red Deer College (ACAC)
Sep 17 Calgary at Mount Royal
Sep 18 Simon Fraser (BCIHL) at Trinity Western (BCIHL)
Sep 19 Lethbridge at Mount Royal
Sep 20 Calgary at Alberta
Sep 20 MacEwan (ACAC) at UBC
Sep 20 Regina at Manitoba

OUA:
Sep 15 Queen's v RMC (at Ganonoque)
Sep 18 Concordia at UQTR
Sep 19 Carleton at RMC
Sep 19 Waterloo at Brock
Sep 20 Laurentian at Lakehead
Sep 20 Laurier v Western Ontario (at Lucan)
Sep 20 Queen's at Ryerson
Sep 20 Toronto at Carleton

Interlocking:
Sep 19 New Brunswick at York
Sep 20 New Brunswick at York
Sep 20 McGill at Saint Mary's

AUS:
Sep 16 Acadia v New Brunswick (at Truro)
Sep 17 Dalhousie at Acadia
Sep 18 UPEI at Moncton
Sep 18 St. FX at Saint Mary's
Sep 20 Moncton at Acadia
 

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Discussion Starter #33 (Edited)
Sept 15: Red Deer College Sweeps!

OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD


LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 3
RED DEER COLLEGE KINGS 6


Links:
RDC: Boxscore
RDC: Twitter
Red Deer Advocate: Game Story
UofL: S&R


One win was nice, but when followed by a convincing win like this, even if against the Hörny Ønes, is a big moment for the Kings and the ACAC. The Boxscore listed just 12 skaters and a goaltender for Lethbridge.


OUT EAST

OUA
Sep 15 RMC 3 Queen's 1 : QU S&R


UP NEXT

Canada West:
Sep 17 Calgary at Mount Royal
Sep 18 Simon Fraser (BCIHL) at Trinity Western (BCIHL)
Sep 19 Lethbridge at Mount Royal
Sep 20 Calgary at Alberta
Sep 20 MacEwan (ACAC) at UBC
Sep 20 Regina at Manitoba

OUA:
Sep 18 Concordia at UQTR
Sep 19 Carleton at RMC
Sep 19 Waterloo at Brock
Sep 20 Laurentian at Lakehead
Sep 20 Laurier v Western Ontario (at Lucan)
Sep 20 Queen's at Ryerson
Sep 20 Toronto at Carleton

Interlocking:
Sep 19 New Brunswick at York
Sep 20 New Brunswick at York
Sep 20 McGill at Saint Mary's

AUS:
Sep 16 Acadia v New Brunswick - cancelled
Sep 17 Dalhousie at Acadia
Sep 18 UPEI at Moncton
Sep 18 St. FX at Saint Mary's
Sep 20 Moncton at Acadia
 

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Discussion Starter #34
Sept 17-18: Mid-Week Results

OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD


CALGARY DINOSAURS 4
MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 5


Links:
MRU: S&R
MRU: Twitter
UofC: S&R
UofC: Twitter


This is from Tuesday night. No boxscores or stories about this one. These teams have now split two games, the only two played by the Bluegars thus far. This is the first loss for the Town of Bedrock, as they fall to 5-1-0.

OUT EAST

OUA
Sep 18 Concordia 4 UQTR 3 : CU S&R

AUS:
Sep 16 Acadia v New Brunswick - cancelled
Sep 17 Dalhousie 1 Acadia 2 (ot) : Boxscore
Sep 18 UPEI 3 Moncton 1 : Boxscore
Sep 18 St. FX 4 Saint Mary's 6 : S&R
 

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Discussion Starter #35 (Edited)
Preview: Sept 20-21: REGINA at MANITOBA


REGINA COUGARS (0-0-0, 0-2-0, OHT35 n/a)
MANITOBA BISONS (0-0-0, 0-2-0, OHT35 n/a)

Sept 20 7:00 CDT at Wayne Fleming Arena, Winnipeg
Sept 21 1:30 CDT at Wayne Fleming Arena, Winnipeg


Live Links:

➤ Video: [CanadaWest.tv] (regular season only)
➤ Audio: [UMFM 101.5] (regular season only)
➤ 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]

Regina Links:
➤ Team: [Team Site]
➤ Social: [Twitter] ∞ [Facebook]
➤ CW: [Stats] ∞ [Schedule/Results/Links]
➤ LeagueStat: [Stats] ∞ [Schedule/Results/Links]

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


The first actual hockey game of the season for me comes on Friday night at the U of M. Not many CW pre-season games utilize the LeagueStat reporting, but both of this weekend's games are listed. There is no TV or radio coverage of the series. However, all men's home games are going to be heard on UMFM 101.5 and at their on-line link provided.

The Bisons have a decided edge over Regina in recent years. Over the last 5 years they are 12-3-1. However, last year it was a home sweep at the hands of the Banjocats that set the Bison season sideways. They started with a tour of the British Isles. They were short-staffed for that one but still went 1-3-0 (with two one-goal losses). When they came back, they beat SAIT, lost to Sask, and beat Regina. So fair enough. Then they split on the road against the Dinos, went down south where they lost twice (but once in overtime against UND), then split a home series against the Evil Monkeys. Pretty fair start. But those two losses to Regina started an 11-game losing streak. Ugh.

Of note, the rosters are being updated at 6 of the 8 CW team sites. Lethbridge and UBC are the only holdouts.

The Bisons have added two returning defencemen who did not dress for the Brown/Gold game. Those are Mitchell Dyck and Carter Doerksen. They have 28 players, 16 forwards, 9 defencemen, and 3 goaltenders. (I don't like it when a team only has 7 defencemen.)

Here's the Bison roster (number/name/year/former team):

Goaltenders:
1 Jeremy Link – 1 – Blues (MJHL)
30 Riley Lamb - 1 – Swift Current (WHL)
35 Tyler Brown – 1 – Saskatoon (WHL)

Defencemen:
2 Adam Henry – 5 – Portland (WHL)
3 Sean Christensen – 5 – St. Boniface (MMJHL)
4 Matthew Stanley – 1 – Swift Current (WHL) Jacksonville (ECHL)
5 Liam Schioler – 1 – Regina (WHL)
6 Mitchell Dyck – 2 – Winkler (MJHL)
11 Ryan Carlson – 2 – UWS (NCAA)/ Steinbach (MJHL)
25 Lucas Skrumeda – 3 – Everett (WHL)
27 Carter Doerksen – 2 – Nipawin (SJHL)
28 Brady Pouteau - 1 – Regina (WHL)

Forwards:
8 Connor Barley – 1 – Selkirk (MJHL)
9 Dylan Thiessen – 1 – Mercyhurst (NCAA)
10 Devon Skoleski – 2 – Blues (MJHL)
12 Keaton Jameson – 2 – Swan Valley (MJHL)
13 Nicholas Labossiere – 1 – Selkirk/Steinbach (MJHL) St. Vital (MMJHL)
14 Geordie Keane – 2 – Blues (MJHL)
15 Ben Dalke – 1 – Virden (WHL)
16 Josh Tripp – 1 – Swan Valley (MJHL)
17 Colton Veloso – 2 – Jacksonville (ECHL)
18 Bradley Goethals – 1 – Swan Valley (MJHL)/Saskatoon (WHL)
19 Nathan Halvorsen – 1 – Selkirk (MJHL)
20 Tony Apetagon – 1 – Blues/OCN (MJHL)
21 Brian Harris – 1 – Swan Valley (MJHL)/Edmonton (WHL)
22 Jeremey Leipsic – 2 – Portage (MJHL)
26 Matthew LeBlanc – 2 – Blues (MJHL)
29 Jonah Wasylak – 5 – Steinbach (MJHL)

Notes:
Chase Brakel – He was an announced recruit in June but is not on the roster.
Travis Ridgen – Looks like he's been cut again!

Regina's Roster

Goaltenders:
30 Brandon Holtby - 3 - Dauphin (MJHL)
31 Dawson MacAuley - 5 - Regina (WHL)
35 Curtis Meger - 1 - Kootenay (WHL)

Defencemen:
2 James Hilsendager - 2 - Kelowna (WHL)
4 Isaac Schacher - 4 - Drumheller (AJHL)
7 Tyler King - 4 - Kootenay (WHL)
10 Mike Eskra - 2 - Weyburn (SJHL)
22 Clayton Eisler - 2 - Melville (SJHL)
24 Zak Hicks - 4 - Red Deer College (ACAC)
27 Brennan Riddle - 2 - Vancouver (WHL)
28 Landon Peel - 5 - Kootenay (WHL)

Forwards:
8 Keith Anderson - 2 - Battlefords (SJHL)
9 Conner Chaulk - 2 - Calgary (WHL)
11 Connor Odelein - 2 - Lloydminster (AJHL)
12 Scott Mickoski - 1 - Portage (MJHL)
13 Tristan Frei - 4 - Melfort (SJHL)
14 Tate Coughlin - 2 - Cowichan (BCHL)
16 Linden McCorrister - 1 - Brandon (WHL)
17 Turner Ripplinger - 1 - Estevan (SJHL)
18 Tyler Adams - 2 - Nipawin (SJHL)
19 Bryce Platt - 1 - Estevan (SJHL)
20 Ben Duperreault - 3 - Notre Dame (SJHL)
21 Tyler Kreklewich - 2 - Drumheller (AJHL)
23 Arthur Miller - 2 - Estevan (SJHL)
29 Tanner Campbell - 2 - Salmon Arm (BCHL)
32 Ty Barnstable - 1 - Portage (MJHL)

Note: Regina has lost two highly touted WHL recruits from two years ago, goaltender Michael Herringer and forward Zach Zborosky. Last year Zborosky had 5 goals and 2 assists in 4 games against the Bisons.


ELSEWHERE IN THE CW

Thu Sep 19 Lethbridge 0 Mount Royal 6 : MRU Twitter
Fri Sep 20 Calgary at Alberta
Fri Sep 20 MacEwan (ACAC) at UBC
Sat Sep 21 Alberta at Calgary
Sat Sep 21 MacEwan (ACAC) at UBC
Sat Sep 21 Mount Royal at Lethbridge


OUT EAST


ONTARIO

Thu Sep 19 Carleton 6 RMC 1 : LeagueStat
Thu Sep 19 Waterloo 1 Brock 2 : LeagueStat
Fri Sep 20 Laurentian at Lakehead cancelled
Fri Sep 20 Laurier v W. Ontario (at Lucan)
Fri Sep 20 Queen's at Ryerson
Fri Sep 20 Toronto at Carleton
Sat Sep 21 Brock v Guelph (at Port Dover)
Sat Sep 21 Laurentian at Lakehead cancelled
Sat Sep 21 Laurier at Windsor
Sat Sep 21 Ontario Tech at Ryerson
Sat Sep 21 Toronto at Ottawa
Sat Sep 21 UQTR at Concordia



ATLANTIC

Fri Sep 20 Moncton at Acadia

INTERLOCKING

Thu Sep 19 New Brunswick 9 York 2 : LeagueStat
Fri Sep 20 McGill at Saint Mary's
Fri Sep 20 New Brunswick at York
Sat Sep 21 McGill at Acadia


Links:

➤ [US Presto S&R]
➤ [OUA LS]
➤ [AUS S&R]
 

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Discussion Starter #36 (Edited)
Sept 20: Shootout Loss on Friday Night


REGINA COUGARS 4
MANITOBA BISONS 3

(in a shootout)

Links:
Summaries: LeagueStat : CW HockeyTech : UofM


So I got to watch the pre-season home opener, caught my boy's friend's band, went home, got a cat nap, then started watching three Rugby World Cup games from Japan. Can I make it to 4:45 am when the All Blacks meet the Springboks? Might need another cat nap.

The first news of the evening is the arena renovations. There was a smell of paint, large fans were at ice level to clear the fog from the glass (it rained immensely and we had very high humidity), the handicapped seating stickers were being applied as the game started, and the prices at the concession stand have suffered a major boost. But the upper deck was in place. I snapped a shot of the Ice signage due to finished before they open Saturday night. I snapped a picture from the upper deck. You can see the centre ice scaffolding which is still up. It's a nice view above the netting. You can't really see the boards beneath you from that vantage point.



As for the game, the Bisons dressed 19 skaters. Here's the alignment:

MANITOBA BISONS

Goal
35 Brown (30 Lamb)

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

Forwards
14 Keane 25 Skrumeda 17 Veloso
29 Wasylak 12 Jameson 20 Apetagon
11 Carlson 9 Thiessen 15 Dalke
21 Harris 8 Barley 19 Halvorson
13 Labossiere

Scratches
1 Link 10 Skoleski 16 Tripp
18 Goethals 22 Leipsic 26 Leblanc
27 Doerksen

REGINA COUGARS

Goal
35 Meger 30 Holtby

Defence
22 Eisler 24 Hicks
2 Hilsendager 7 King
10 Eskra 28 Peel

Forwards
23 Miller 13 Frei 12 Mickoski
20 Duperreault 11 Odelein 29 Campbell
27 Riddle 9 Chaulk 17 Ripplinger
21 Kreklewich 19 Platt 14 Coughlin

Scratches
4 Schacher 8 Anderson 16 McCorrister
18 Adams 31 MacAuley 32 Barnstable

Regina scored a soft one 3:40 into the game. Tristan Frei dribbled one underneath Tyler Brown's left pad. He'd like that one back. There was then no scoring until the 3rd period. Adam Henry pounced on a loose puck 7 minutes in to tie it. Then Jonah Wasylak tipped a point shot from Keaton Jameson to give the Herd their first lead 9 minutes in. The last 3 1/2 minutes saw a flurry of activity. Tanner Campbell tied the game when the Bisons vacated the d-zone to look for more goals, leaving a break-out opportunity for the Cougars. However Adam Henry restored the lead when he pinched in from the point to sink one in the open net. With the goalie pulled for an extra attacker, Regina evened the score again when Conner Chaulk converted a scramble. Neither the 4-on-4 nor the 3-on-3 produced a goal, and after 5 saves on the shootout, Chaulk scored the winner.

Regina is now 1-2-0 and the Bisons are 0-2-1 in the pre-season.

Rematch goes Saturday at 1:30 p.m.

OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD


CALGARY DINOSAURS 4
ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 3


Links:
Summaries: LeagueStat : CW HockeyTech


The Dinos rolled into Edmontown and gave the Evil Monkeys their first loss of the pre-season. Bedrock U is now 6-1-0 and Alberta is 4-1-0. Luke Harrison led the Dinos with two goals, including the winner. Brodan Salmond got the win (32 stops ion 35 shots). Brendan Burke gave up two goals on five shots in the first period before being yanked. Matt Berlin stopped 21 of 23 shots to take the loss in relief. The teams head south for Saturday's rematch.


MACEWAN GRIFFINS 1
U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 6


Links:
Summaries: LeagueStat : CW HockeyTech


The T-irds now have convincing wins over both of next year's newcomers. They are now 2-3-1. Of concern, UBC dressed just 15 skaters. Holy injury bug, Batman! Tyler Sandhu led the way with a hat-trick, and Matt Revel scored a pair. Rylan Toth got the win with 15 saves. Marc-Olivier Daigle (a former Monkey from 2015-16 who never played) recorded a 28 save loss. The Peter Griffins are now 1-2-0. This series also continues Saturday.

OUT EAST

AUS
Sep 20 Moncton 2 Acadia 8 : AUS Boxscore

INTERLOCKING
Fri Sep 20 McGill 2 Saint Mary's 3 : AUS Boxscore
Fri Sep 20 New Brunswick at York - cancelled due to ice issues

OUA
Fri Sep 20 Laurier 3 W. Ontario 4 : UWO S&R
Fri Sep 20 Queen's 1 Ryerson 4 : RU Story
Fri Sep 20 Toronto 2 Carleton 4 : UT S&R


UP NEXT

Canada West:
Sat Sep 21 Regina at Manitoba (1:30 CDT)
Sat Sep 21 Alberta at Calgary
Sat Sep 21 MacEwan (ACAC) at UBC
Sat Sep 21 Mount Royal at Lethbridge

OUA:
Sat Sep 21 Brock v Guelph (at Port Dover)
Sat Sep 21 Laurentian at Lakehead cancelled
Sat Sep 21 Laurier at Windsor
Sat Sep 21 Ontario Tech at Ryerson
Sat Sep 21 Toronto at Ottawa
Sat Sep 21 UQTR at Concordia

Interlocking:
Sat Sep 21 McGill at Acadia
 

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Discussion Starter #37 (Edited)
Sept 21: Herd Hits the Win Column


REGINA COUGARS 1
MANITOBA BISONS 2


Links:
Summaries: LeagueStat : CW HockeyTech : UofM


There were very few line-up changes, but the game had quite a different feel. The passing was better and it looked more "regular season" than Friday's game. Both sides dressed 19 skaters and two goaltenders. Here's the alignment:

MANITOBA BISONS

Goal
30 Lamb 1 Link

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

Forwards
29 Wasylak 12 Jameson 18 Goethals
14 Keane 17 Veloso 8 Barley
11 Carlson 9 Thiessen 15 Dalke
20 Apetagon 13 Labossiere 19 Halvorson
21 Harris

Scratches
10 Skoleski 16 Tripp 22 Leipsic
25 Skrumeda 26 Leblanc 27 Doerksen
35 Brown

REGINA COUGARS

Goal
31 MacAuley (35 Meger)

Defence
27 Riddle 4 Schacher
22 Eisler 24 Hicks
2 Hilsendager 7 King
10 Eskra

Forwards
21 Kreklewich 14 Coughlin 11 Odelein
16 McCorrister 9 Chaulk 17 Ripplinger
20 Duperreault 29 Campbell 19 Platt
23 Miller 13 Frei 12 Mickoski

Scratches
8 Anderson 18 Adams 28 Peel
30 Holtby 32 Barnstable

After a scoreless first period, the Bisons opened scoring 41 seconds into the 2nd period when Geordie Keane cashed in a perfect assist from Keaton Jameson. After 13 minutes, newcomer defenceman Matthew Stanley made it 2-0 with a hard point shot. Turner Ripplinger broke the shutout 7 minutes into the 3rd on a passing play inside the slot. Riley Lamb stopped all 11 shots he faced to get the win, and Jeremy Link came on mid-way through and stopped 14 of the 15 shots he faced. Dawson MacAuley went the distance and took the loss, with 32 saves on 34 shots.

It appears that the Bisons have been hit with a few injuries. Five players (Skoleski, Tripp, Leipsic, Leblanc, and Doerksen) never dressed for either game. Also, the team went with just 6 of their 9 defencemen actually playing on the blueline. 3rd year veteran Lukas Skrumeda played centre on Friday and last year's mid-season recruit Ryan Carlson played right wing both games. The last time the Bisons used defencemen as forwards on a regular basis they finished first! Up front, a massive influx of Junior A grads (even though very accomplished ones) will obviously experience some growing pains. Two players who did shine were Geordie Keane (who did not play last year and was a scratch most times the season before) and Nico Labossiere. Both had a nose for net. A lot of the others are playing nervous right now, which is understandable.

Here's a weekend stat: The Bisons were 2-for-15 on the PP, Regina was 0-for-10. Thankfully, there were far fewer penalties on Saturday than on Friday.

The Bisons are 1-2-1 in the pre-season, and Regina falls to 1-3-0. The Bisons will have two non-conference games down south during the conference bye week.

Regina kicks off the regular season at home with a Friday-Saturday series against Calgary, whilst the Bisons host Lethbridge inn a Saturday-Sunday series.

OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD


ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 5
CALGARY DINOSAURS 4

(in overtime)

Links:
Summaries: LeagueStat : CW HockeyTech


The Evil Monkeys trailed almost the whole game but in the end won it in OT. On the pre-season, Bedrock U falls to 6-1-1 and the Apes rise to 5-1-0. Cole Sanford led the Apes with 2 goals. Matt Berlin got the win with 20 saves on 24 shots, and Tyler Gutenberg got the loss with 18 saves on 23 shots. Not the greatest save percentages heading into the season. The Monkeys were also 3-for-7 on the PP. Both sides hit the road next weekend to start the regular season, Calgary going to Regina and Alberta to UBC.



MACEWAN GRIFFINS 2
U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 4


Links:
Summaries: LeagueStat : CW HockeyTech


The Peter Griffins scored a pair of 3rd period goals, one in the last minute, to make the scoreline look respectable. UBC had four different scorers. Rylan Toth got the win, stopping all 16 shots he faced through two periods. Ben Maquignaz played the 3rd and stopped 2 of the 4 shots he faced. UBC finishes the pre-season at 3-3-1 and MacEwan falls to 1-3-0. Their next CW action will be about a year from now.



MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 3
LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 2


Links:
UofL: S&R


This was the only CW game not uploaded to the LeagueStats system. The Bluegars finish the pre-season at 3-1-0 and the Horny Ones fall to 0-3-1.

OUT EAST

AUS
None

INTERLOCKING
Sat Sep 21 McGill 5 Acadia 4 (ot) : AUS Boxscore

OUA
Sat Sep 21 Brock 4 Guelph 5 (ot) : UG Twitter
Sat Sep 21 Laurentian at Lakehead - cancelled
Sat Sep 21 Laurier 3 Windsor 0 : LU S&R
Sat Sep 21 Ontario Tech 5 Ryerson 3 : RU S&R
Sat Sep 21 Toronto 5 Ottawa 3 : LeagueStat
Sat Sep 21 UQTR 5 Concordia 2 : CU S&R


UP NEXT

CW Regular Season
Fri/Sat Sep 27/28 Calgary at Regina
Fri/Sat Sep 27/28 Mount Royal at Saskatchewan
Fri/Sat Sep 27/28 Alberta at UBC
Sat/Sun Sep 28/29 Lethbridge at Manitoba

OUA Exhibition
Thu Sep 26 Laurier at Brock
Thu Sep 26 Waterloo at W. Ontario
Fri Sep 27 Concordia at Ryerson
Fri Sep 27 Guelph at Lakehead
Fri Sep 27 Laurier at York
Fri Sep 27 Queen's at W. Ontario*
Fri Sep 27 RMC at Windsor
Fri Sep 27 Toronto at Ontario Tech

AUS Regular Season
Wed Sep 25 St. F.X. at Dalhousie
Fri Sep 27 Dalhousie at UPEI
Fri Sep 27 Moncton at Acadia
Fri Sep 27 New Brunswick at Saint Mary's
 

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Discussion Starter #38 (Edited)
Preview: Sept 28-29: LETHBRIDGE at MANITOBA


LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS (0-0-0, 0-3-1, OHT35 n/a)
MANITOBA BISONS (0-0-0, 1-2-1, OHT35 n/a)

Saturday, Sept 28th at 7:00 CDT at Wayne Fleming Arena, Winnipeg
Sunday, Sept 29th at 2:00 CDT at Wayne Fleming Arena, Winnipeg


Live Links:

➤ Video: [CanadaWest.tv]
➤ Audio: [UMFM 101.5]
➤ Friday: [Live Stats] ∞ [Hockey Tech]
➤ Saturday: [Live Stats] ∞ [Hockey Tech]

Manitoba Links:
➤ GoBisons: [Bisons hockey drops the puck on Sept. 28]
➤ GoBisons: [SEASON PREVIEW: Vets and a deep recruiting class mix for Bisons men's hockey]
➤ Social: [Twitter] ∞ [Facebook]
➤ CW: [Stats] ∞ [Schedule/Results/Links]
➤ LeagueStat: [Stats] ∞ [Schedule/Results/Links]

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

Other Links:
➤ USports: [Schedule/Links] ∞ [Standings]
➤ CW: [MHKY: Alberta tops preseason poll]
➤ CW: [Home Page] ∞ [Schedule]
➤ LeagueStat: [Media Stats]


The season is about to start for real! Instead of the usual Friday/Saturday double-header, this will be a Saturday/Sunday affair. The Bison opponent will be the Hørny Ønes, a team against whom the Bisons have played their worst games in recent years. Consider this: the Herd is 7-7-2 over the last four years against both the Evil Monkeys and the Hørny Ønes.

This is as good a time as any to look at the new Lethbridge line-up:

Goaltenders:
29 Jack Burgart - 4 - Bemidji State (NCAA)
33 Nikolas Amundrud - 1 - Rosetown (Sr AAA)
35 Taz Burman - 2 - Nanaimo Clippers (BCHL)

Defencemen:
2 Danny Gatenby - 1 - Nanaimo (BCHL)
3 Dallas Valentine - 3 - Kamloops (WHL)
4 Joshua Patrician - 1 - Humboldt (SJHL)
5 Jeff Rayman - 3 - Vancouver (WHL)
7 Spenser Jensen - 5 - Moose Jaw (WHL)
19 Taylor Fisher - 3 - Selkirk (MJHL)
25 Cameron Trott - 3 - Alaska-Anchorage (NCAA)/ Vernon (BCHL)
44 Evan Wardley - 4 - Seattle (WHL)

Forwards:
6 Russell Maxwell LW - 4 - Seattle (WHL)
8 Ryan Chynoweth LW - 4 - Lloydminster (AJHL)
9 Dalton Sward C - 5 - Vancouver (WHL)
11 George King RW - 1 - Melfort (SJHL)
12 Jared Janke C - 1 - Campbellton (MHL)
14 Kyle Gordon LW - 1 - Okotoks (AJHL)
16 Landon Gross LW - 2 - Olds (AJHL)
17 Josh Borynec LW - 1 - Melville (SJHL)
18 Owen Guenter RW - 1 - Humboldt (SJHL)
20 Brooks Maxwell C - 3 - Red Deer (WHL)
21 Torrin White RW - 4 - Langley (BCHL)
22 Jordan Roy LW - 2 - Fort McMurray (AJHL)
24 Luke Coleman LW - 1 - Calgary (WHL)
26 Michael Clarke C - 1 - Humboldt (SJHL)
27 Michael Grant RW - 2 - Nipawin (SJHL)
34 MacKenzie Mindus LW - 1 - Grand Falls (MHL)

Departures:
4 Blake Orban D
11 Logan Mick LW
12 Sam McKecknie C
17 Clint Filbrandt D
19 Justin Valentino LW
25 Cameron Trott D
28 Derek Brown C
29 Garret Hughson G
33 Jonny Hogue G
34 Connor Sanvido C
47 Artsiom Kalashnikov F

Like the Bisons, this is a huge recruiting class. On paper at least, it is a much weaker one. They have lost their top scorer (Valentino) and two more of their top ten (McKechnie and Sanvido). Filbrandt and Orban were the core of their defence. Hughson was their starting goaltender. They also lost AK-47!

They have to pray that one or more goaltenders answers the call. Taz (back for his second season) had four WHL seasons and then finished in the BCHL. Amundrud's WHL career ended 4 years ago. Since then he has had two seasons in Junior A and one in Senior AAA. Burgart is transferring from Bemidji, where he played 3 games the last 3 years.

The defence lost quality, but still has six returnees. The two Junior A recruits are a cut below the players they replace.

Up front, the best recruits are Coleman and Clarke. Coleman has had 4 full seasons in the WHL and scored 20 goals last year. Clarke never played major junior, but did rack up the points in Junior A (28-43-71 in 57 games last year).

All-in-all, I don't see the Hørny Ønes improving much if at all on their 20 points from a year ago. Their pre-season record would indicate this. They lost twice to Red Deer College of the ACAC (3-2 in overtime and 6-3) and two more times to Mount Royal (6-0 and 3-2).

However, the CW coaches' poll (linked) has them tied with the Bisons in 7th. Here's the final vote total:

1. Alberta Golden Bears - 49 (7)
2. Saskatchewan Huskies - 41
3. Calgary Dinos - 36 (1)
4. UBC Thunderbirds - 29
5. Mount Royal Cougars - 28
6. Regina Cougars - 15
7. Lethbridge Pronghorns - 13
8. Manitoba Bisons – 13

My picks are:
1. Alberta
2. Calgary
3. Saskatchewan
4. Mount Royal
5. Manitoba
6. UBC
7. Regina
8. Lethbridge

I will look at each team in the CW in the upcoming days to compelete the outlooks.

ELSEWHERE IN THE CW


MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS (0-0-0, 3-1-0, OHT35 n/a)
SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES (0-0-0, 1-1-0, OHT35 n/a)


Links:
➤ MRU: [Men's hockey 2019-20 season preview]
➤ UofS: [PREVIEW: Huskies open 2019-20 slate at home against Cougars]


The Mutts finished first a year ago before losing the conference final to the Evil Monkeys. That still qualified them for the nationals where once again their only wins were against OUA teams. En route, they eliminated the Bluegars in the CW semi-finals. So this presents as a redemption weekend for the Bluegars.

MRU had respectable pre-season results, a split against Bedrock U and a sweep of Lethbridge. Meanwhile, Sask played just two games, edging out Regina before being shutout by Alberta.



CALGARY DINOSAURS (0-0-0, 6-1-1, OHT35 n/a)
REGINA COUGARS (0-0-0, 1-3-0, OHT35 n/a)


Links:
➤ UofC: [Curtain rises on 2019-20 season in Regina]
➤ UofR: [Cougars finish off preseason with road split at Manitoba]


Bedrock U had a very good pre-season, in fact the best one in the CW in my opinion. They started by sweeping aside Red Deer College, then went on to win single games against Regina and Manitoba while gaining splits against MRU and Alberta. There is no doubt that Mr. Slate has put a lot of effort into getting the Dinos ready for the season with 8 games. If they want to finally break through into the Top Two they'll need a pair of wins in road series like this one.



ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS (0-0-0, 5-1-0, OHT35 n/a)
U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS (0-0-0, 3-3-1, OHT35 n/a)


Links:
➤ UofA: [Golden Bears Hockey season preview]
➤ UBC: [T-Birds open Canada West season against defending champs]


The Evil Monkeys lost a load of good players. However, they also had an impressive and bountiful set of recruits. Things took a turn, however, when newly recruited goaltender Griffen Outhouse signed an AHL deal with the Manitoba Moose. The Apes had three decisive wins in pre-season (6-2 over UBC, 6-1 over Manitoba, and 4-0 over Sask) and three close ones (two of which were OTWs).

The T-irds' only two games against CW opposition were those two against Alberta. Otherwise, they won their games against BCIHL and ACAC teams whilst losing their games against NCAA teams. UBC was the last CW team to update their roster page, so I have not looked into their roster too much. However, I have noticed that they have been short-staffed in the pre-season, dressing as few as 15 skaters in some games.


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ONTARIO

Exhibition Games
Thu Sep 26 Laurier 1 Brock 2 : LeagueStat
Thu Sep 26 Waterloo 7 W. Ontario 3 : UWO S&R
Fri Sep 27 Concordia at Ryerson
Fri Sep 27 Guelph at Lakehead
Fri Sep 27 Laurier at York
Fri Sep 27 Queen's v Waterloo (at London)
Fri Sep 27 RMC at Windsor
Fri Sep 27 Toronto at Ontario Tech
Sat Sep 28 Concordia at Ryerson
Sat Sep 28 Guelph at Lakehead
Sat Sep 28 Nipissing at Laurentian
Sat Sep 28 Queen's at W. Ontario
Sat Sep 28 RMC at Windsor
Sun Sep 29 UQTR at McGill



ATLANTIC

Regular Season:
Wed Sep 25 St. F.X. 7 Dalhousie 6 (so) : AUS Boxscore
Fri Sep 27 Dalhousie at UPEI
Fri Sep 27 Moncton at Acadia
Fri Sep 27 New Brunswick at Saint Mary's
Sat Sep 28 UPEI at St. F.X.
Sat Sep 28 New Brunswick at Acadia
Sat Sep 28 Moncton at Saint Mary's


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

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Discussion Starter #39 (Edited)
Sept 27: Six CW Teams Start Regular Season

Due to a football game between Canada's Team – the Hamilton Tiger-Cats – and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, the Bison home opener series was pushed back to Saturday/Sunday.

I have updated the “Live Links” to reflect that the UMFM audio feed will be on the second stream both nights. Also, the links should be for Saturday and Sunday, rather than Friday and Saturday. The “Other Links” have added another story from the U of M and a series preview from the U of L.

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

Other Links:
➤ GoBisons: [WEEKEND PREVIEW: Men’s hockey opener, Bison Bowl at IG Field, and more]
➤ GoHorns: [New look Pronghorns open season in Winnipeg]



OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD


CALGARY DINOSAURS 8
REGINA COUGARS 1

Links:
LeagueStat: Summary/Scorer's Sheet/Text Box
CWHT: Summary/Game Report/Text Box
USports: Boxscore/Play-by-Play/Coach's View
Story/box/video: UofR : rp @CW : rp @UofC


The Dinos had eight different scorers and outshot the Banjo Cats 37-19 to coast to a victory. Matthew Greenfield got the win and Dawson MacAuley took the loss.



MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 5
SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 4

Links:
LeagueStat: Summary/Scorer's Sheet/Text Box
CWHT: Summary/Game Report/Text Box
USports: Boxscore/Play-by-Play/Coach's View
Story/box/video: UofS : rp @CW* : rp @MRU*


This was close throughout but the Bluegars assumed control in the 3rd, outshooting the Banjo Mutts 11-5 to take the win. Riley Morris stopped 19 of 23 to claim the win and Taran Kozun stopped 26 of 31 to suffer defeat. Jesse Lees and Connor Rankin scored twice each for MRU. I had these teams pegged as #3 and #4 so a close game was expected.



ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 4
U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 3
(in overtime)

Links:
LeagueStat: Summary/Scorer's Sheet/Text Box
CWHT: Summary/Game Report/Text Box
USports: Boxscore/Play-by-Play/Coach's View
Story/box/video: UBC* : rp @CW* : rp @UofA*


The British Californians held 2-0 and 3-1 leads but could not hold on. I was focused on the MRU-Sask encounter and then saw the end of this one. The Evil Monkeys seemed to be in charge when I was watching. Grayson Pawlenchuk scored the tying and winning goals. Brendan Burke stopped 19 of 22 to get the win and Rylan Toth stopped 34 of 38 for the T-irds. Each side had two PP goals on 4 attempts.


OUT EAST


AUS

Fri Sep 27 Dalhousie 5 UPEI 4 (ot)
Fri Sep 27 Moncton 5 Acadia 2
Fri Sep 27 New Brunswick 9 Saint Mary's 3


OUA (Exhibition)

Fri Sep 27 Concordia 4 Ryerson 8 : [RU S&R]
Fri Sep 27 Guelph 4 Lakehead 1 : [LS]
Fri Sep 27 Laurier 4 York 0 : [LS]
Fri Sep 27 Queen's 5 Waterloo 2 : [QU S&R]
Fri Sep 27 RMC 1 Windsor 5 : [UofW Twitter]
Fri Sep 27 Toronto 3 Ontario Tech 1 : [LS]

Links:
• [USP/CIS S&R]
• [OUA LS Daily]
• [AUS S&R]


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