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02-05-2012, 10:33 AM
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That's one massive log jam at the top of the AUS standings. SMU just one point back of New Brunswick. UNB has a game in hand on the Huskies. The CIS website has them at 36 points with a loss at Dal, they actually has 37 points. This was a shootout win for Dal, that saw a total of 16 shooters, before the Tigers, who were outshot over 2-1, robbed the extra point.
For UNB, not a bad weekend taking 3 of 4 possible points on the road. Dal is back to within a point of X and it will be very interesting to see what plays out between those two teams when they meet twice before the end of the regular season.
It seemed that Manitoba was beat last night against UBC, comes through with another clutch win late in the third period to take over first place in CanadaWest.
Took in a few minutes of the Lakehead vs Western game last night, the Mustanges took advantage of some weak goaltending and beat the Wolves again. Western's record reflects the overall weak competition in the OUA West. They should advance to Nationals, but will be facing much stronger competition than they have all season long, we will see how dominant they really are?

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