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Preview: Sept 15-16: Bisons off to Regina

Post by Hollywood2 » Wed Sep 13, 2017 7:10 pm

The only CW teams sitting at home and eating popcorn are the Bluegars and Evil Monkeys. Here's what the rest are doing.

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MANITOBA BISONS (3-0-1, 2016-17: 14-12-2)
SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES (0-0-0, 2016-17: 21-5-2)
CALGARY DINOS (1-1-0, 2016-17: 18-9-1)
REGINA COUGARS (0-0-0, 2016-17: 3-22-3)


Sep 14 Saskatchewan v Regina 8:00 CDT at Ochapowace, Sask.
Sep 15 Manitoba v Saskatchewan 5:00 CDT at Regina
Sep 15 Calgary at Regina 8:00 CDT
Sep 16 Manitoba v Calgary 3:30 CDT at Regina


Links:

Regina: [Team Site] ∞ [S&R] ∞ [Twitter]
Manitoba: [Team Site] ∞ [Twitter]
Saskatchewan: [Team Site] ∞ [Twitter]
Calgary: [Team Site] ∞ [Twitter]


None of the teams has anything new to report. Bedrock U are the only team with a 2017-18 roster uploaded. Regina usually posts updates about their own tournament.

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LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS (1-1-0, 2016-17: 11-14-3)
WESTERN ONTARIO MUSTANGS (1-0-0, 2016-17: 8-16-4)


Links:

UWO: [Team Site] ∞ [Twitter]
Lethbridge: [Team Site] ∞ [Twitter]


The Hørny Ønes will carry the CW's colours all the way to London, Ontario where they will face future insurance salesmen, the UWO Urban Cowboys. This is a Friday-Saturday double-header. Neither team made the playoffs a year ago. That is nothing unusual for the Hørny Ønes, but the Urban Cowboys are usually near the top of the OUA West.

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SIMON FRASER CLAN (0-0-0, 2016-17: 18-4-2)
U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS (0-0-0, 2016-17: 12-13-3)


Links:

UBC: [Team Site] ∞ [Twitter]
SFU: [Team Site] ∞ [Twitter]


The battle to be the toast of the coast begins in British California on Friday night when the T-irds face The Clown. Those two are being joined by Holy Trinity in a pre-season series for the Captains' Cup.

OUT EAST

Sep 12 Brock 3 W. Ontario 7 (or 5-9) : [UWO S&R] : [BU S&R]

Sep 14 Laurier at Waterloo
Sep 15 Guelph at Brock
Sep 15 McGill at U.Q.T.R.
Sep 15 Moncton at St. F.X.
Sep 15 Ottawa at Nipissing
Sep 15 U.O.I.T. at Ryerson
Sep 15 U.P.E.I. v New Brunswick at Montague, PEI
Sep 16 Laurier at Windsor
Sep 16 New Brunswick v U.P.E.I. at Montague, PEI
Sep 16 Ottawa at Laurentian
Sep 16 Queen's v R.M.C. at Gananoque
Sep 16 Saint Mary's at Dalhousie
Sep 16 U.Q.T.R. at McGill
Sep 17 Nipissing at Laurentian

Links:

¶ [OUA LeagueStat]
¶ [OUA S&R]
¶ [AUS S&R]


COLLEGE

Sep 13 MacEwan/NAIT v Oilers Rookies
Sep 15 Innisfail Eagles at SAIT
Sep 15 Lacombe Generals v Red Deer College @ SAIT
Sep 15 MacEwan at Concordia Edmonton
Sep 15 Selkirk College at Eastern Washington
Sep 16 Augustana at Portage College
Sep 16 Eastern Washington at Selkirk College
Sep 16 Innisfail Eagles v Red Deer College @ SAIT
Sep 16 Lacombe Generals at SAIT
Sep 16 MacEwan at NAIT
Sep 16 South Island Knights at Vancouver Island
Sep 16 Trinity Western at Simon Fraser
Sep 17 Portage College at Augustana

Links:

¶ [ACAC S&R]
¶ [BCIHL S&R]
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Sept 14: Bison Roster Uploaded

Post by Hollywood2 » Thu Sep 14, 2017 7:10 pm

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Links:

¶ [Roster Page]
¶ [Geordie Keane @Elite Prospects]


The Bison website has finally uploaded a 2017-18 roster page. I expect/hope the rest of the dominoes to fall this week. The team has one new previously unannounced recruit, Geordie Keane from the Winnipeg Blues of the MJHL. His stats and the roster page are linked. His uncle is 3-time Stanley Cup champion Mike Keane and I believe former Bison assistant coach Billy Keane is his father. Geordie was the Blues' captain last year.

My concern is the lack of blue-line recruits. The Herd has 3 goaltenders, 7 defencemen, and 18 forwards. Just like last year. Here's the breakdown:

Goaltenders

Returning
1 Justin Paulic
34 Dasan Sydora
35 Byron Spriggs

This is the 3rd season for the exact same group of three. Spriggs won the starting job from Paulic and Sydora is a #3. In the past, Coach Sirant has shown that the back-up one year will be given a shot at being the #1 the next.

Defence

Returning

2 Adam Henry
3 Sean Christensen
4 Channing Bresciani
9 Rene Hunter
16 Blake Heinrich

Recruits
11 Victor Sharonov
25 Lucas Skrumeda

Departed
5 Lee Christensen
20 Garrett Johnston

Sharonov was on the roster for the 2nd semester but never dressed. The big Russian is an enigma. He somehow wound up in Florida. Maybe if we read Hillary Cinton's new book we will find out how he cost her the election. Johnston is gone after just one year, which is too bad. Christensen played 5 years and became a solid defender. On paper, the quality should be at least as good, with the benefit of added seasoning for the 5 returnees. Last year, several forwards played stretches on defence and that may be necessary again.

Forwards

Returning

8 Liam Bilton
10 Brett Dudar
12 Nick Zajac
13 Remi Laurencelle
14 Kamerin Nault
15 Shawn Bowles
17 Warren Callis
21 Brett Brooks
22 Brad Bowles
23 Joel Schreyer
24 Justin Augert
26 Quintin Lisoway
28 Brett Stovin
29 Jonah Wasylak

Recruits
18 Michael St. Croix
19 Calvin Spencer
20 Geordie Keane
27 Zach Franko

Departed
16 Jesse Paradis
19 Hudson Friesen
25 Shaq Merasty
27 Jordan Depape

Despite losing their 1st and 4th leading scorers, the recruits are likely a slight upgrade on paper. Depape and Merasty were CW superstars, but St. Croix and Franko are great replacements. Paradis and Friesen seldom played so anything from Spencer and Keane would be a bonus. The question I have is: Which of these players can play the point? It is hard to scratch 6 forwards every game. There are a load of returning 2nd year Junior A players, and often those players improve greatly as they become veterans.
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Sept 15: Bisons Lose in Regina

Post by Hollywood2 » Sat Sep 16, 2017 1:34 am

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MANITOBA BISONS 2
SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 5


Links:

UofM: [S&R] : [Twitter]
UofS: [S&R] : [Twitter]


The only information on this is the score listed at the Saskatchewan Schedule/Results page. Hopefully something more will pop up at one or more of the links.

OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD

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SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 3
REGINA COUGARS 4


Links:

UofR: [S&R] : [Tweet]
UofS: [S&R]


This one was played Thursday night in Ochapawace. The only detail comes from the Regina tweet. Their goals came from King, Frei, Langford and Fowlie. So Felines beat Canines in the opening salvo of this rivalry.

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CALGARY DINOS 7
REGINA COUGARS 0


Links:

UofR: [S&R] : [Tweet]
UofC: [S&R]


No details are available anywhere on this one either. The tournament wraps up on Saturday with the Bisons facing Bedrock U. If Calgary wins the game, they win the tournament. If the Bisons win, all 4 teams will be 1-1.

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LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 5
WESTERN ONTARIO MUSTANGS 3


Links:

UWO: [S&R]
UofL: [S&R] : [Tweet1] : [Tweet2] : [Tweet3]


The tweets tell us that the Hørny Ønes led 3-0 after the first period and scoring was:
- Merkley (PP) (Maltby,Valentino)
- Valentino (Merkley)
- Wardley (M.Maxwell, Clowes)
- M.Maxwell (Valentino)
- Valentino (Orban, Hughson)

Nice to see the Hørny Ønes waltz into nerdville and whip the Urban Cowboys. The faux westerners from UWO will always try in vain to act non-eastern. But really they all look like this:
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SIMON FRASER CLAN 3
U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 8


Links:

UBC: [Live Stats] : [Tweet]
SFU: [Tweet]


I was able to watch a lot of this one on CanadaWest.tv, which was nice. Quite a good broadcast. The T-irds were being held to a 3-3 draw entering the 3rd period and then exploded with 5 unanswered goals. Each side will now play Holy Trinity to finish the Captains' Cup tournament.

OUT EAST

Sep 14 Laurier at Waterloo - cancelled
Sep 15 Guelph 5 Brock 3 : [BU Story]
Sep 15 McGill 3 U.Q.T.R. 2 (so) : [BU Story]
Sep 15 Moncton 2 St. F.X. 5 : [AUS S&R]
Sep 15 Ottawa 5 Nipissing 4 : [NU Tweet]
Sep 15 U.O.I.T. 2 Ryerson 6 : [RU S&R]
Sep 15 U.P.E.I. 1 New Brunswick 2 : [AUS Boxscore]

COLLEGE

Sep 13 NAIT/MacEwan 2 Oilers Rookies 0 : [Game Story]
Sep 15 Innisfail Eagles 2 SAIT 5 : [Boxscore]
Sep 15 Lacombe Generals 5 Red Deer College 4 (so) : [ACAC S&R]
Sep 15 MacEwan 6 Concordia Edmonton 0 : [ACAC S&R]
Sep 15 Selkirk College 3 Eastern Washington 2 (ot) : [BCIHL S&R]

UP NEXT

Sep 16 Laurier at Windsor
Sep 16 Lethbridge at Western Ontario
Sep 16 Manitoba v Calgary (at Regina)
Sep 16 New Brunswick at U.P.E.I. (at Montague, PEI)
Sep 16 Ottawa at Laurentian
Sep 16 Queen's v R.M.C. (at Gananoque)
Sep 16 Saint Mary's at Dalhousie
Sep 16 U.Q.T.R. at McGill
Sep 17 Nipissing at Laurentian
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BUFFALO BILLS 21
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Sept 15: Bedrock Beats Bisons, Win Tournament

Post by Hollywood2 » Sun Sep 17, 2017 9:57 am

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MANITOBA BISONS 5
CALGARY DINOS 6


Links:

UofM: [S&R] : [Twitter]
UofS: [S&R]


Once again, no details anywhere. The win for the Dinos leaves the tournament standings like this:
Calgary 2-0
Regina 1-1
Saskatchewan 1-1
Manitoba 0-2

The Bisons have to be concerned about giving up 11 goals on the weekend. However, without access to summaries/boxscores it is hard to gauge just what the games were like.

Next weekend the Herd has their only home action of the pre-season against Regina Friday night at Seven Oaks and Saturday afternoon on campus.

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LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 2
WESTERN ONTARIO MUSTANGS 3


Links:

UWO: [S&R]
UofL: [S&R] : [Tweet1] : [Tweet2] : [Tweet3]


The tweets tell us it was 1-1 after one and 3-2 after two, and Valentino notched another. So its back-to-back splits for the Hørny Ønes.

OUT EAST

Sep 16 Laurier 0 Windsor 2 : [UW S&R]
Sep 16 New Brunswick at U.P.E.I. : cancelled
Sep 16 Ottawa 4 Laurentian 3 : [UfO Results]
Sep 16 Queen's 0 R.M.C. 4 : [QU Story]
Sep 16 Saint Mary's 4 Dalhousie 0 : [AUS S&R]
Sep 16 U.Q.T.R. 3 McGill 2 : [LeagueStat]

COLLEGE

Sep 16 Innisfail Eagles 5 Red Deer College 6 (so) : [ACAC S&R]
Sep 16 MacEwan 1 NAIT 2 : [ACAC S&R]
Sep 16 Augustana 8 Portage 0 : [ACAC S&R]
Sep 16 Lacombe Generals 4 SAIT 2 : [ACAC S&R]
Sep 16 Eastern Washington 1 Selkirk College 8 : [BCIHL S&R]
Sep 16 Trinity Western 2 Simon Fraser 1 : [BCIHL S&R]
Sep 16 South Island Knights 2 Vancouver Island 7 : [BCIHL S&R]

UP NEXT

Sep 17 Nipissing at Laurentian
Sep 19 R.M.C. at Ryerson
Sep 20 Saint Mary's v Acadia (at Truro)
Sep 21 Mount Royal at Calgary (Brick)
Sep 22 Carleton at Western Ontario (E-W tournament)
Sep 22 Concordia v Moncton (at Matane, Que.)
Sep 22 Dalhousie at New Brunswick
Sep 22 Laurier at U.O.I.T.
Sep 22 McGill at York
Sep 22 Moncton v Concordia (at Matane, Que.)
Sep 22 Queen's at U.B.C.
Sep 22 Red Deer College (ACAC) at Lethbridge
Sep 22 Regina at Manitoba (at Seven Oaks Arena)
Sep 22 Saskatchewan at Alberta (Brick)
Sep 22 U.P.E.I. at Acadia
Sep 22 U.Q.T.R. v St. F.X. (at New Glasgow, NS)
Sep 22 Windsor vs Waterloo (E-W tournament at London, Ont.)
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Preview: Sep 22-23: Cougars at Bisons

Post by Hollywood2 » Thu Sep 21, 2017 11:24 am

The whole CW is set to hit the ice this weekend for the first time in pre-season. The slate includes two inter-conference series and the Brick Invitational Tournament. The team rosters are not yet uploaded to the CW stats pages. Here's the outlook.

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REGINA COUGARS (1-1-0, 2016-17: 3-22-3)
MANITOBA BISONS (3-2-1, 2016-17: 14-12-2)


Sep 22 Regina at Manitoba - 7:00 pm at Seven Oaks Arena
Sep 23 Regina at Manitoba - 2:00 pm at Wayne Fleming Arena


Links:

Regina: [Team Site] ∞ [S&R] ∞ [Twitter]
Manitoba: [Team Site] ∞ [Twitter]


There are no preview stories posted as yet. The Bisons do have their roster page up for this season, but Regina does not. Nor does the CW stats page.

This series will be the Bisons' only home action in pre-season. Next weekend they travel down to UND before opening the season at home against UBC on October 7th.

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MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS (0-0-0, 2016-17: 15-11-2)
CALGARY DINOS (3-1-0, 2016-17: 18-9-1)
SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES (1-1-0, 2016-17: 21-5-2)
ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS (2-0-0, 2016-17: 18-8-2)


Sep 21 Mount Royal at Calgary
Sep 22 Saskatchewan at Alberta
Sep 23 Calgary at Alberta
Sep 23 Saskatchewan v Mount Royal


Links:

Alberta: [Team Site] ∞ [Twitter]
Calgary: [Team Site] ∞ [Twitter]
MRU: [Team Site] ∞ [Twitter]
Sask: [Team Site] ∞ [Twitter]


The top four teams in the CW from a year ago hook up in annual Brick Invitational in Edmontown, with one game in the Town of Bedrock. MRU has yet to hit the ice. The rest have played with mixed results. Bedrock U split with Lethbridge and the Banjo Mutts lost to the Banjo Cats. The Evil Monkeys played two ACAC teams. I suspect that when the season starts these teams will look pretty good.

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RED DEER COLLEGE KINGS (1-0-1, 2016-17: 13-11-3-1)
LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS (2-2-0, 2016-17: 11-14-3)


Links:

Lethbridge: [Team Site] ∞ [Twitter]
Red Deer: [Team Site] ∞ [ACAC S&R]

The Hørny Ønes delve into the ACAC for an opponent. Both Friday and Saturday games will be played in Lethbridge. They split with the Dinos and then went east to split with Western Ontario. I am interested to see if they could be a playoff team at long last. The sort of blew it last year in losing out to UBC at the wire.

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QUEEN'S GOLDEN GAELS (0-1-0, 2016-17: 18-7-3)
U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS (1-0-0, 2016-17: 12-13-3)


Links:

UBC: [Team Site] ∞ [Twitter]
Queen's: [Team Site] ∞ [Twitter]


For the second year in a row a team from the OUA has made a pre-season jaunt to Beautiful British California for a series. Games go Friday and Saturday. The Queens have started with a loss to RMC whilst the T-irds dusted off the SFU Clown. Queens qualified for the U-Cup last year. Unlike UBC's games against The Clown and Holy Trinity, this series will not be on CanadaWest.tv.

OUT EAST

Sep 19 Nipissing 4 Laurentian 3 (so) : [LU S&R]
Sep 19 R.M.C. 3 Ryerson 4 (ot) : [RU S&R]
Sep 20 Saint Mary's 4 Acadia 1 : [AU S&R]

Sep 22 Carleton at Western Ontario (E-W tournament)
Sep 22 Concordia v Moncton (at Matane, Que.)
Sep 22 Dalhousie at New Brunswick
Sep 22 Laurier at U.O.I.T.
Sep 22 McGill at York
Sep 22 Moncton v Concordia (at Matane, Que.)
Sep 22 U.P.E.I. at Acadia
Sep 22 U.Q.T.R. v St. F.X. (at New Glasgow, NS)
Sep 22 Windsor vs Waterloo (E-W tournament at London, Ont.)
Sep 23 Concordia v Moncton (at Matane, Que.)
Sep 23 Laurentian at Nipissing
Sep 23 McGill at Ryerson
Sep 23 Moncton v Concordia (at Matane, Que.)
Sep 23 Saint Mary's v U.P.E.I. (at Bridgewater, NS)
Sep 23 Toronto at York
Sep 23 U.Q.T.R. at St. F.X.
Sep 23 Waterloo v Carleton (E-W tournament at London, Ont.)
Sep 23 Windsor at Western Ontario (E-W tournament)

Links:

¶ [OUA LeagueStat]
¶ [OUA S&R]
¶ [AUS S&R]


COLLEGE

Sep 22 Selkirk College at MacEwan
Sep 22 Portage College at SAIT
Sep 22 Stony Plain Eagles at Augustana
Sep 22 Trinity Western at Concordia Edmonton
Sep 22 Vancouver Island at Victoria
Sep 23 Portage College at SAIT
Sep 23 Trinity Western at MacEwan
Sep 23 Augustana at Lacombe Generals
Sep 23 Selkirk College at Concordia Edmonton
Sep 23 Victoria at Vancouver Island

Links:

¶ [ACAC S&R]
¶ [BCIHL S&R]
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Sept 22: Around the CW

Post by Hollywood2 » Fri Sep 22, 2017 1:01 pm

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A few new links have popped up. MRU and Sask have uploaded their 2017-18 roster pages. That leaves Alberta, Lethbridge, Regina, and UBC stuck in 2016-17. However, Alberta has a preview story of their Brick Invitational and UBC has a game story of their win over The Clown.


Links:

¶ [MRU Roster]
¶ [Sask Roster]
¶ [Alberta Weekend Preview]
¶ [UBC v SFU Game Story]
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Sept 22: Bisons Win at Seven Oaks

Post by Hollywood2 » Sat Sep 23, 2017 5:14 pm

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REGINA COUGARS 2
MANITOBA BISONS 3


Links:

UofM: [S&R] : [Twitter]
UofR: [S&R] : [Twitter]


I missed the first period but based on what I saw, here was the alignment:

MANITOBA

Goal
35 Spriggs (34 Sydora)

Defence
25 Skrudema - 4 Bresciani
2 Henry - 3 Christensen
9 Hunter - 16 Heinrich

Forwards
14 Nault - 27 Franko - 18 St. Croix
12 Zajac - 13 Laurencelle - 26 Lisoway
24 Augert - 22 B Bowles - 8 Bilton
15 S Bowles - 21 Brooks - 11 Sharonov

REGINA

Goal
3 Holtby - 35 Herringer

Defence
7 King- 28 Peel
25 Nagel - 8 Bourhis
2 Bear - 5 Burns

Forwards
32 Zborosky - 14 McNulty - 27 Fowlie
23 Magnus - 12 Stevely - 15 Hansen
22 Sparrow - 16 McPhee - 20 Duppereault
19 Marr - 13 Frei - 21 Langford

There was a fight between Brett Brooks and Corwin Stevely of the Cougars, so after that lines were shuffled.

Bison goals were scored by Zach Franko (with two) and Nick Zajac. Byron Spriggs went the distance in goal. For Regina, their second goal was by Zak Zborosky. They split the goaltending between Brandon Holtby and Michael Herringer.

OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD

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MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 4
CALGARY DINOS 7


Links:

MRU: [Boxscore]
UofC: [Live Stats @Sidearm]


This was the Thursday night opener of the Brick Invitational. That Calgary link has no evident unique URL, so might disappear when they play their next game.

Cain Franson and Chris Collins each scored twice for Bedrock U. Mitchell Lipon replied with two goals for the Bluegars. The goaltending was not stellar. Cam Lanigan stopped 20 of 27 for MRU and Jordan Papiny stopped 9 of 13 for Bedrock. The game was tied 3-3 entering the 3rd period.

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SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 2
ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 4


Links:

UofA: [Linsecore] : [pdf Stats Pack]
UofS: [Boxscore]


A 3-goal outburst in the 2nd period paced the Monkeys to this victory. Jason Fram scored twice for the winners. Jordon Cooke stopped 35 of 39 for the Mutts. The goaltending duties were split by the Monkeys, with Brendan Burke stopping 13 of 14 and Kenny Cameron stopping 9 of 10.

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QUEEN'S GOLDEN GAELS 2
U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 0


Links:

Queen's: [Game Story]
UBC: [Game Story]


The T-irds couldn't manage a goal at home. Sounds like a defensive game, but there are no stats.

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RED DEER COLLEGE KINGS 1
LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 5


Links:

UofL: [S&R]
RDC: [S&R]


No details here. All I know is Lethbridge has yet to post the score.

OUT EAST

Scores are late coming so I'll update Saturday night.

Sep 22 Carleton at Western Ontario
Sep 22 Windsor vs Waterloo (E-W tournament at London, Ont.)
Sep 22 Concordia v Moncton (at Matane, Que.)
Sep 22 Dalhousie at New Brunswick
Sep 22 Laurier at U.O.I.T.
Sep 22 McGill at York
Sep 22 U.P.E.I. at Acadia
Sep 22 U.Q.T.R. v St. F.X. (at New Glasgow, NS)

COLLEGE

Sep 22 Selkirk College 0 MacEwan 2
Sep 22 Portage College 3 SAIT 5
Sep 22 Stony Plain Eagles 2 Augustana 7
Sep 22 Trinity Western 6 Concordia Edmonton 7
Sep 22 Vancouver Island 6 Victoria 5

UP NEXT

Sep 23 Calgary at Alberta
Sep 23 Concordia v Moncton
Sep 23 Laurentian at Nipissing
Sep 23 McGill at Ryerson
Sep 23 Queen's at U.B.C.
Sep 23 Red Deer College at Lethbridge
Sep 23 Regina at Manitoba
Sep 23 Saint Mary's v U.P.E.I.
Sep 23 Saskatchewan v Mount Royal
Sep 23 Toronto at York
Sep 23 U.Q.T.R. at St. F.X.
Sep 23 Waterloo v Carleton
Sep 23 Windsor at W. Ontario
Sep 23 Portage College at SAIT
Sep 23 Trinity Western at MacEwan
Sep 23 Augustana at Lacombe Generals
Sep 23 Selkirk College at Concordia Edmonton
Sep 23 Victoria at Vancouver Island
August 8, 1961
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BUFFALO BILLS 21
The Tiger-Cats are the reigning champions of CFL/NFL football.

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Sept 23: Kittens Bounce Back for Split

Post by Hollywood2 » Sun Sep 24, 2017 2:08 am

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REGINA COUGARS 4
MANITOBA BISONS 2


Links:

UofM: [Boxscore]
UofR: [Boxscore]


First, here's how they lined up in this Saturday matinee rematch:

MANITOBA

Goal
34 Sydora (35 Spriggs)

Defence
2 Henry - 3 Christensen
9 Hunter - 4 Bresciani
16 Heinrich - 25 Skrudema
11 Sharonov

Forwards
27 Franko - 14 Nault - 18 St. Croix
24 Augert - 13 Laurencelle - 26 Lisoway
20 Keane - 22 B Bowles - 19 Spencer
17 Callis - 23 Schreyer - 8 Bilton

Scratches
1 Paulic (G) - 10 Dudar - 12 Zajac
15 S Bowles - 21 Brooks - 28 Stovin
29 Wasylak

REGINA

Goal
35 Herringer (3 Holtby)

Defence
2 Bear - 5 Burns
25 Nagel - 8 Bourhis
7 King - 4 Schacher

Forwards
32 Zborosky - 14 McNulty - 27 Fowlie
19 Marr - 16 McPhee - 21 Langford
23 Magnus - 15 Hansen - 17 Kosloski
20 Duppereault - 13 Frei - 22 Sparrow

Scratches
10 Coleshaw - 11 Cardiff - 12 Stevely
18 Luhning - 29 Predinchuk - 31 MacAuley

Each team has a boxscore link which has an error. The 2nd and 3rd Regina goals were on the powerplay. Those goes came within a period where the Bisons were assessed four interference goals, which was quite bizarre. On the night, the shots were 29-27 in favour of the Bisons. I saw Sydora play a full game for the first time. He's a #3 goalie. So far, I have not seen that last year's #2 (Justin Paulic) has made an appearance.

The Kittens are not a strong team, but they are better this year. They are now 2-2-0 in pre-season. They won't go .500 in the regular season, and will likely finish last, but they are on the right track.

OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD

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SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES >
MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS >


Links:

MRU: [S&R]
UofS: [S&R]


No word at all from either of these teams, nor from the hosts at the U of A.

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CALGARY DINOS 2
ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 3

(in overtime)

Links:

UofA: [Linsecore] : [pdf Stats Pack]
UofC: [S&R]


Cole Sanford scored twice (including the OT winner) to lead the Evil Monkeys to victory. This also gives them the tournament title.

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QUEEN'S GOLDEN GAELS 1
U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 2


Links:

Queen's: [S&R]
UBC: [Game Story]


It seems every two-game series so far has been split. So Saturday's score in British California makes some sense.

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RED DEER COLLEGE KINGS 2
LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 3


Links:

UofL: [S&R]
RDC: [S&R]


Lethbridge got all scores posted but no other details are out there. So the Hørny Ønes sweep their ACAC foes in this series.

OUT EAST

Sep 22 Carleton 1 Western Ontario 2 : [CU Page]
Sep 22 Windsor 6 Waterloo 4 : [UW S&R]
Sep 22 Concordia 2 Moncton 4 : [CU S&R]
Sep 22 Dalhousie 0 New Brunswick 6 : [Boxscore]
Sep 22 Laurier 3 U.O.I.T. 4 (ot) : [Game Story]
Sep 22 McGill 3 York 2 : [LeagueStat]
Sep 22 U.P.E.I. 4 Acadia 7 : [Boxscore]
Sep 22 U.Q.T.R. 2 St. F.X. 1 : [Boxscore]
Sep 23 Concordia 5 Moncton 3 : [CU S&R]
Sep 23 Laurentian ? Nipissing ?
Sep 23 McGill 3 Ryerson 4 : [LeagueStat]
Sep 23 Saint Mary's 7 U.P.E.I. 2 : [SMU Tweet in 3rd period]
Sep 23 Toronto 1 York 5 : [YU S&R]
Sep 23 U.Q.T.R. 1 St. F.X. 6 : [Boxscore]
Sep 23 Waterloo 4 Carleton 0 : [UW Tweet]
Sep 23 Windsor 3 W. Ontario 5 : [UWO S&R]

COLLEGE

Sep 23 Portage College 5 SAIT 4 : [SAIT Tweet]
Sep 23 Trinity Western 1 MacEwan 2 : [ACAC S&R] : [BCIHL S&R]
Sep 23 Augustana 2 Lacombe Generals 3 : [LG Tweet]
Sep 23 Selkirk College 2 Concordia Edmonton 6 : [ACAC S&R] : [BCIHL S&R]
Sep 23 Victoria 3 Vancouver Island 4 : [BCIHL S&R]

UP NEXT

Sep 26 Dalhousie at Acadia
Sep 26 Ryerson at York
Sep 27 Calgary at Mount Royal
Sep 28 New Brunswick at Worcester
Sep 28 U.P.E.I. at Moncton
Sep 29 Alberta at Minnesota State
Sep 29 Calgary at SAIT
Sep 29 Carleton v TBA
Sep 29 Guelph at Toronto
Sep 29 Simon Fraser at Alaska-Fairbanks
Sep 29 U.O.I.T. at Lakehead
August 8, 1961
HAMILTON TIGER-CATS 38
BUFFALO BILLS 21
The Tiger-Cats are the reigning champions of CFL/NFL football.

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Post by Hollywood2 » Sun Sep 24, 2017 11:57 am

Sept 23: Late Results

OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD

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SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 2
MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 3


Links:

MRU: [Boxscore]
UofS: [Boxscore]


Both teams' schedule & results pages have the score and a link to a blank boxscore. The Bluegars are now 1-1-0 and the Mutts fall to 1-3-0.

Still nothing on Laurentian at Nipissing. It should show up (eventually) here:
http://nulakers.ca/schedule.aspx?path=mhockey
August 8, 1961
HAMILTON TIGER-CATS 38
BUFFALO BILLS 21
The Tiger-Cats are the reigning champions of CFL/NFL football.

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