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Hollywood3 08-28-2010 05:18 PM

CIS Stats/Standings Archives
 
Hopefully the admins can sticky this thread as a source of links for historical CIS stats and standings, which is sometimes hard to find.

I found a link at Elite Prospects which has almost every league's 1979-80 standings. However, after that they have Canada West only. Did you know McMaster was in the AUS West that year?

The Bob Adams Site covers 1995-96 to 2008-09.

The Canada West site has a pdf format standings page which goes back to 1919-20, but omits the GPAC results. It also has links to year-in-review pages but has many missing years, including all years from 1987 to 1999.

The AUS and OUA sites appear to go back to 2002 and 2004, respectively.

The CIS site has absolutely nothing. In fact, prior to changing their url they had recent years' scores and standings but have now lost even that. You can still sneak in through an old link which still has the data going back to 2004-05.

If anybody has some helpful links in this regard, please post!

cishockeyfan 08-29-2010 07:46 AM

Interesting Site and I was very surprised to see McMaster in the AUS that season.............but....upon closer inspection, I noticed McMaster was also in the OUA that same set of standings, it certainly would never make sence to have a Hamilton Ontario team in the AUS, so it was obviously a Typo, the team that it was more than likely supposed to be was the Memorial Seahawks of St John's Newfoundland

cishockeyfan 08-29-2010 07:52 AM

Interesting to also see Lakehead in the Western Conference, and with Winnepeg in the league that year as well, it makes alot of sence.

If I was Lakehead University now, with their competitive teams year after year, their private funding and team Jet, I would rather be playing in the Canada West Conference, arent they closer to Manitoba, saskatchewan, regina than they are to any Ontario teams? it would be nice to round the Canada West back to 8 teams, and even out the OUA back to 18 instead of 19

Hollywood, any history news, rumours what could happens, what will never happens regarding hockey at the University of Winnepeg and Brandon University

rantfather 08-31-2010 12:38 PM

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Originally Posted by cishockeyfan (Post 27571339)
Interesting Site and I was very surprised to see McMaster in the AUS that season.............but....upon closer inspection, I noticed McMaster was also in the OUA that same set of standings, it certainly would never make sence to have a Hamilton Ontario team in the AUS, so it was obviously a Typo, the team that it was more than likely supposed to be was the Memorial Seahawks of St John's Newfoundland

When Memorial was a men's hockey member in the AUS they were known as the Beothuks( an extinct aboriginal tribe) and the STU Tommies were the first visiting team to play them on the "rock";FYI

Coach Craig 08-31-2010 01:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cishockeyfan (Post 27571346)

If I was Lakehead University now, with their competitive teams year after year, their private funding and team Jet, I would rather be playing in the Canada West Conference, arent they closer to Manitoba, saskatchewan, regina than they are to any Ontario teams? it would be nice to round the Canada West back to 8 teams, and even out the OUA back to 18 instead of 19

Lakehead doesn't have a team jet.

cishockeyfan 09-02-2010 07:10 AM

I didn't really mean they own theyre own Team Jet, but I remember reading, years ago when they started the program back up, that they had private investment into the team and had their own charter flights for their games away, and bringing in opponents, as the distances were too great to travel

Alpine 09-02-2010 08:02 AM

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Originally Posted by rantfather (Post 27598144)
When Memorial was a men's hockey member in the AUS they were known as the Beothuks( an extinct aboriginal tribe) and the STU Tommies were the first visiting team to play them on the "rock";FYI

Weren't the University College of Cape Breton Capers (now Cape Breton University Capers) in the league in the early 90's?

FreddtFoyle 09-02-2010 09:02 AM

Yes, and they had fugly orange and green uniforms ...

AUS Fan 09-02-2010 10:52 AM

That was a "fun" roadtrip. When I was with Dal, we would play SFX on Saturday night, go on to Sydney, get the players settled in and then the coaching staff would retire to Smooth Hermans. In those days the AHL was still active in C.B. so there would always be players either from the Oilers or the visiting team at Hermans. Play UCCB Sunday afternoon, win 10-2 and have a six hour ride back home.

Those were the days.....Sigh

Island Husky 09-02-2010 11:23 AM

Yeah the times were similar for us at Saint Mary's, I mean literally, i.e. arrival in Sydney, we'd stay there both ways, no matter who we played first, but we didn't win any 10-2 or go to Smooth Herman's.

Hollywood3 09-24-2010 03:00 AM

Back on topic ...
 
I clicked some old links and see that we can get to the old CIS stats pages then follow the links. For example, this gets you to the roster and stats pages for every CIS team:

http://cis.infinityprosports.com/200...t_name=mhockey

Now, the CIS stats were sometimes wrong but at least they are accessible. One thing I miss is the CIS schedule page with links to box scores and stories for every game:

http://cis.infinityprosports.com/200...t_name=mhockey

You could also decipher the url for each game in advance and then insert it into posts!

The U of M site also reproduced game summaries from the pre-LeagueStat days and you could also decipher those urls:

http://www.umanitoba.ca/faculties/ph...007/101207.HTM

This one would be the game from October 12, 2007. See?

Now they just give the LeagueStat link. All the CW stats pages from those years are in a cyber graveyard.

Hollywood3 12-28-2011 10:24 PM

More links
 
First, if anybody has links to an archive for the CW and OUA LeagueStat years, I would like to see it.

ITM, I have found a few useful links through HockeyDB.com:

GPAC Link Page - It has a listing for only one season, 1979-80. Brandon, Manitoba, and Regina were in a tight race for the top whilst Lakehead and Winnipeg were given the boots.

Canada West Link Page - They have some information for each year from 1972 to 2011 but some years are spotty. In fact, many have information for only one team. They do have 1976-77, 1977-78, 1979-80, 1982-83, 1983-84, 1984-85 (the last year from the GPAC years), 1985-86 (the first season of the re-amalgamation with GPAC), and 1986-87. The puzzling gap from 1987-1998 is there. The standings are complete from 1998-99 to present.

CIAU/CIS Link Page - Although it has links going back to 1952 the links are all but useless until one gets to 1970-71 when it has the final standings for each conference. An interesting read. There were 10 Atlantic teams and 7 Western teams (but included were Winnipeg, Brandon, and Victoria instead of Saskatchewan, Regina, and Lethbridge). Ontario and Quebec had four divisions or conferences, two of which included teams from both provinces and two of which were all-Ontario.

Then they show only OUA standings (I guess the site was made by a guy from Ontario!), with lots of gaps and several years with only one team listed. IAE they have OUA standings for 1971-72, 1972-73, 1989-90, and 1992-93. They also have all OUA standings from 1996-97 onwards.

QUAA Link Page - They have links for only two seasons: 1979-80 and 1986-87. The league shrunk from 7 to 4 teams in that time, one of which was Ottawa. Hence the move of the surviving teams to the OUA.

AUAA/AUS Link Page - They have links for lots of seasons but prior to 1998-99 the only years with full standings are for 1986-87 and 1979-80.

There have been some updates at Elite Prospects as well. They have full standings from 2002-03 to 2010-11. But from 2002-03 to 2006-07 they include non-conference games in the records of the CW teams.

Hollywood3 11-22-2012 06:43 PM

Wikia.com
 
I found a season listing for all conferences in their various incarnations. These links have standings going all the way back:

University Cup - 1963-2012
Canada West (CWUAA) 1973-2012
Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) 1973-1985
Western Intercollegiate Athletic Association (WIAA) 1963-1972
Western Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union (WCIAU) 1919-1962
Ontario University Athletics (OUA/QOAA/OUAA) 1903-2012
Quebec University Athletic Association (QUAA) 1972-1987
Ottawa St.Lawrence Conference (OSLC) 1951-1971
Atlantic University Sports (AUS) 1920-2012

northvanman 11-23-2012 09:20 AM

This is awesome - thanks for posting. I started following (then) OUAA hockey in 1982/83 and looking at the standings brought that season back. During that era, U of T were an absolute powerhouse. If you look at the standings that year, you'll see that their record was 22-1-1 - in all my years watching CIS hockey, I don't think I've ever seen one team that much better than everyone else (look at their goals for - they AVERAGED 9.5 goals per game!). But they had an achilles heal. Their one tie and one loss that season were both against Laurier, the only two games they played against each other during the regular season. They both advanced to the Queen's Cup and Laurier took out U of T 2 games to none, for their first ever conference title. This was one of the best examples I've seen of there clearly being an elite team, but that one team had figured them out.

Hollywood3 11-24-2012 10:06 AM

Here's another league that lasted four years and was disbanded for World War II:

International Intercollegiate League (IIL)

WilcoxHound 04-19-2014 11:54 AM

Allan Cup 2014
 
Former St. Mary's Huskie star Cam Fergus leads the Clarenville Cougars into the Allan Cup final April 19/14 against the host Dundas Real McCoys. There was a good representation for the CIS on the Senior AAA teams competing at the tournament.

WilcoxHound 04-19-2014 07:26 PM

St FX alumnus Mike Mole face 53 shots to lead the Dundas Real McCoys to a 3-2 win in 2OT in the final of the 2014 Allan Cup tournament.

RED ARMY EAST 04-20-2014 07:05 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WilcoxHound (Post 83669449)
Former St. Mary's Huskie star Cam Fergus leads the Clarenville Cougars into the Allan Cup final April 19/14 against the host Dundas Real McCoys. There was a good representation for the CIS on the Senior AAA teams competing at the tournament.

Former V-Red Rob Henniger would have been there, but his wife had a new baby recently.
He led the NFLD Senior league in scoring and his team ( Grand Falls) defeated Clarenville in the final this year. He played on a line with Fergus. Luke Gallant, former V-Red, was also on the Clarenville roster.

RED ARMY EAST 04-20-2014 07:08 AM

Former X captain Chris Hulit (from Calgary ) was also on the Clarenville roster.


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