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.
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
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.
Whether a fan of it or not, a National Hockey League expansion is coming.
Departing fifth-year men’s hockey players — captain Brennan Bosch and forward Andrew Bailey — capped off their final year with the Huskies by winning silver medals at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport national championships.
Looking back on 2013/2014 for the Huskies.
Derek Hulak had a season to remember with the University of Saskatchewan Huskies this year. Following the Canadian Interuniversity Sports national championship, he was offered a tryout with the Texas Stars of the American Hockey League.
There’s a new player when it comes to hockey equipment.
Fans packed the Credit Union Centre to watch the Huskies men’s hockey team battle the University of Alberta Golden Bears for the Canadian Interuniversity Sport men’s hockey championship on March 23.
The Huskies women’s hockey team returned from the Canadian Interuniversity Sport national championship with their first ever bronze medal.