New type of enforcer changing the NHL

Gone are the days of the burly forwards missing a bit more than a couple of teeth with a sole purpose of taking out their target on the ice, the National Hockey League must now welcome the newest trend in enforcers.

Fighting is just part of the game

When it comes to fighting in the National Hockey League, those who are against it need to take a step back and see banning it will not have the desired effect.
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2014 / 2015 Canadian NHL preview

Last year was a disappointing season for a majority of Canadian hockey fans as seven of our eight teams failed to make the playoffs. This year promises to be different with a few teams ready to take the next step, as well as a couple teams who made big off-season moves in hopes to be competitive now.

Coming to the defence of Nail Yakupov

Nail Yakupov has gotten a lot of flak for failing to meet the expectations that come with being drafted first overall, but this year some things just might be different.

Women’s soccer hammers Pronghorns

Sweeping the visiting University of Lethbridge Pronghorns with wins of 3–0 and 5–0, the Huskies women’s soccer team had a huge weekend picking up six crucial points.

Hockey Dogs start the year unbeaten

On Sept. 26, the Dogs had their home opener and did not disappoint the 541 spectators as they downed the visitors by a score of 2–0. Fifth year goaltender Ryan Holfeld stopped all 34 shots he faced for his seventh career CIS shutout.