The 2014 Sochi Olympics turned out to be quite successful for the red and white. Canada not only took home a total of 25 medals, including 10 gold, but both the men and women defended their hockey crowns.
Music and hockey lovers will come together in Bruno, Sask. on Feb. 15-17 for the Picker’s Cup. The event combines a music festival and a pond hockey tournament into one chilly winter celebration for the province’s original tournival.
The Huskies will split hosting duties with the University of Regina Cougars to round out the Canada West hockey season. The Dogs host the Cougars on Feb. 14 before travelling to Regina to square off on Feb. 15.
Following their magical win in Vancouver, Team Canada is returning to the ice in Sochi, Russia to try and bring home gold for the third time in the last four Olympiads.
The Huskies women’s hockey team will lace up their skates for the final time during the regular season to face the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds on Feb. 7 and 8 at Rutherford Rink.
After a tough weekend series against the University of Regina Cougars, the Huskies returned home with one win and one loss. The Dogs fell to the Cougars 3-4 on Jan. 24 but came back to win 1-0 on Jan. 25 in Regina, Sask.
After a bye week the University of Saskatchewan men’s hockey team is ready to get back on the ice. The Huskies will face the University of Calgary Dinos on Jan. 31 and Feb.1 at the Credit Union Centre in a crucial series.
This may be Kaitlin Willoughby’s first year with the Huskies women’s hockey team, but she’s already making a big impression. In her rookie season Willoughby has scored eight goals and eight assists. With six games left to play, she’s striving to add even more to her tally.
The Huskies men’s hockey team dispatched the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns on Jan. 17 and 18 in Lethbridge, Alta.
After two hard-fought games, the University of Saskatchewan women’s hockey team came away with one win and one loss against the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns. The Dogs are now 13-4-5 on the season and hold third place in the Canada West division.