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.
The University of Saskatchewan’s mens hockey team advanced to the Canada West final round after defeating the Manitoba Bisons 4-1 Sunday night at Rutherford Rink.
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.
Huskies’ captain Brennan Bosch scored a hat trick to lead his squad to a 7-1 home victory over the University of Manitoba Bisons in the first game of the teams’ Canada West semifinal series this Friday.
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.
The Huskies women’s hockey team took charge of their destiny in back-to-back home games against the Lethbridge Pronghorns at Rutherford Rink in what was the final weekend of the regular season Feb. 8 and 9.
The Huskies women’s hockey squad snatched up the sixth and final Canada West post-season spot on Feb. 2, but it wasn’t a solo effort.
One night after a disappointing 2-1 loss to the visiting Calgary Dinos, the Huskies made it clear they were not looking for a repeat Saturday night. The Dogs cruised to a 3-0 shutout victory and managed to hold on to third place in the Canada West standings.
Huskies men’s hockey player Kyle Bortis has been a consistent offensive powerhouse for the Dogs in his four seasons with the club.
After entering the weekend tied for top spot the Huskies men’s hockey team was edged out of first place in the Canada West standings by the Alberta Golden Bears.