Women’s hockey players tell the story of Team Canada’s silver-medal win.
The Huskies lose the Canada West championship to long-time rivals the Alberta Golden Bears in an intense three-game series.
Westbury ensures every player has what they need — and in his dedication to the role, he hasn’t missed a regular-season road game in nine years.
Forwards, Nicole Fry and Rachel Lundberg, both achieved important milestones of their career by scoring a career-first goal and a triple overtime winner, respectively.
Kozun sets a new Canada West record for longest regular season time played without letting a goal in.
The games were a complete success for the men’s team, while the women’s team split the weekend with the Cougars.
There were a lot of high notes in the first semester of the academic year.
For those that have ever attended a hockey game at the University of Saskatchewan’s Rutherford Rink, they will agree that it’s time for an upgrade.
Huskies hockey had another less than stellar performance, this time against the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds as they dropped three of four games this weekend.
University hockey returned from its long December break this last weekend. The men kicked off the new year with games on Jan. 3 and 4 as the Huskies hosted the 3–15 University of Lethbridge Pronghorns.