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Huskies men’s hockey team fails to repeat as Canada West champs

A Canada West banner won’t be added to Rutherford Rink this season. The Huskies men’s hockey team failed to repeat as conference champions Sunday night after falling 5-2 to the Alberta Golden Bears in the deciding third game of the Canada West final at Clare Drake Arena in Edmonton.
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Huskies hockey squad knocked down in game two

After a crushing 7-1 defeat in game one on Friday, the University of Manitoba Bisons men’s hockey team proved they deserved to stay in the playoffs for at least one more night by defeating the Huskies 4-1 on Saturday, Feb. 23.
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Dog Watch: Sara Greschner

Sara Greschner is only in her second year with the women’s hockey club but she has come up big in the last few weeks, helping her team earn a playoff date.
Kyle Bortis

Dog Watch: Kyle Bortis

Huskies men’s hockey player Kyle Bortis has been a consistent offensive powerhouse for the Dogs in his four seasons with the club.
The Huskies women's hockey team took down the Dinos 2-1.

Hockey: Dinos chew up Huskies in conference championship rematch

Playing against each other for the first time since last season’s conference final playoff series, the University of Calgary Dinos stunned the Huskies men’s hockey team by defeating the Huskies 8-0 at Father David Bauer Arena Nov. 16. Meanwhile, the women's team traded wins with the Dinos.
Kenton Dulle and the rest of the Huskies men’s hockey squad keep winning in preparation for the University Cup.

Hockey: Huskies proving they are the team to beat

All season the Huskies men’s hockey players have been saying that they want to earn their way into the University Cup tournament, not merely make it by default as the host team. Now 10 games into the season, the Dogs are making a strong case for deserving their spot.
The Huskies celebrating after their 2-1 overtime win against Regina Nov. 9.

Hockey: Cougars snap Huskies winning streak

The number one nationally ranked University of Saskatchewan Huskies men’s hockey team lost 2-1 in the second half of a home-and-home series with the Regina Cougars Nov. 9 and 10.