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09-29-2012, 01:16 AM
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vs. Alberta

Just back to Hotel after this game - wasn't sure where to place game recap, so here's as good as any. Alberta comes out with the win 4-2, with goal #4 being an empty-netter. SOG around 2.5:1 ratio for U of A (46-18 or something.) All Golden Bears in the opening 10 minutes, but Bisons gained their composure as the game went on, were more patient with the puck, and made things close cutting the Golden Bears lead to 3-2 in the third. Caligiuri was superb for the Bisons between the pipes. U of A displayed a nice mixture of speed, skill, and grit tonight in a game that featured a number of after the whistle skirmishes. The Bisons had a few quality scoring chances, one late that would have cut the score to 4-3 missing an open net during a scramble situation in front of Mucha.

It should be a dandy game tomorrow at Clare Drake btw these two. If you're in Edmonton, pick up your tickets (even if they're $15 a pop?)

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I went to the game last night:

#1. Ian Barteaux is still with the Golden Bears. He was a CIS Tournament All-Star at the 2010 University Cup who has struggled at times the last two seasons. But the Bears need him.

#2. Alberta worked hard and dominated the game in stretches. At one point the shots in the first period were 18-1, with the Golden Bears only having 1 PP.

#3. The Manitoba goalie Caliguiri (sp?) gabe his team a chance as the Bears probably outchanced the Bisons 15-5 on the night.

#4. Manitoba could have used the offensive abilities of Rowinski and Green...the Bears sat Burke Gallimore

#5. I liked what I saw last night. the Bears program has been trending down the last couple of seasons, but the team certainly has a deeper group on paper and new Head Coach Ian Herbers has them playing hard.

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Sept. 28: Monkeys 4, Bisons 2

September 28, 2012

HERD OPENS WITH A LOSS


MANITOBA BISONS 2
ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 4


Links:
|> [CIS Friday Round-Up] : [CW Friday Stories]
|> [CIS Schedule/Results/Links] : [CW Schedule/Results/Links]
|> [LS Summary] : [CIS Boxscore]
|> [U of A Story] : [reposted at U of M]


The Monkeys started hot and carried play throughout the first period. The shots on goal were 19-5 in favour of the Primates. James Dobrowolski scored early and the Jordan Hickmott scored mid-period on a PP. However, once Manitoba began to carry the play a bit one Ape took a penalty and the Bisons cashed in quickly. Captain Dane Crowley scored to make it 2-1. But Hickmott replied and it was 3-1 after one period.

The second period was pretty even, and there were no goals. Blair Macaulay then scored short-handed to set up a tense finish. The stats say that the Monkeys had 17 shots in the third, but that seems exaggerated. The Bisons were pushing for the equalizer with a minute left when they failed to control a face-off and Johnny Lazo pounced on a loose puck and scored an empty-netter.

The rematch goes Saturday at 7:00 CDT and can be seen on-line at canadawest.tv.



OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD:


SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 5
MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 4


Links:
|> [LS Summary] : [CIS Boxscore]
|> [MRU Story] : [reposted at U of S]


This battle of Cats v Dogs went to the Dogs, specifically the Banjo-Mutts, on a goal at 19:59 of the third period. Tough luck for the Cougars, being just one second away from at least getting a point. Especially since Lethbridge had a point against Calgary on Thursday. The 9 goals were scored on a total of 50 shots. Saturday's rematch will be on canadawest.tv.


LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 0
CALGARY DINOS 3


Links:
|> [LS Summary] : [CIS Boxscore]
|> [MRU Story] : [reposted at U of L]


In the Town of Bedrock they are celebrating a sweep of a home-and-home series. There wasn't enough Viagra to get even one goal for the H0rny Ones in this game. The shots were 37-19 for the Dinos. If those were an indication of the play then the Dinos were full value for their 4 point weekend. Of note, the Dinos dressed just 19 players on Thursday but had the full compliment of 20 on Friday.


UBC THUNDERBIRDS 4
REGINA COUGARS 3


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|> [LS Summary] : [CIS Boxscore]
|> [U of R Story] : [UBC Story]


The Puddy-Tats had the Tweety-Birds reaklly scared int he first period when they took a 2-0 lead less than 6 minutes into the game. Then an old lady with an umbrella smacked each one of them over the head the scared them off. Then a bulldog dressed like a referee gave the Puddy-Tats a bunch of penalties. UBC scored one PP goal in the first, and another just 40 seconds into the second and it was 2-2. An even strength goal 4 minutes later made it 3-2 heading into the third frame. The feline referee came to the aid of Regina and gave them a PP chance, which they cashed just 14 seconds into the third. However, the tied score lasted barely a minute before UBC took a lead they were able to hold.

OUT EAST:

Exhibition Games
Queen’s 2 Acadia 5 : [Acadia Game Story]
UQTR 4 Saint Mary’s 3 [SMU Schedule/Results]
St. Francis Xavier 3 UPEI 2 : [UPEI Schedule/Results]
New Brunswick 7 McGill 2 : [LS Summary]
Brock 2 Lakehead 3 (ot) : [LU Game Story]

York Invitational Tournament
Ryerson 1 York 7 : [York Site (click results)]
UOIT 0 Toronto 7 : [U of T Schedule/Results]

UP NEXT:

Sept. 29
Manitoba at Alberta
Saskatchewan at Mount Royal
UBC at Regina
x Brock at Lakehead
x Western Ontario at Nipissing
x York Tournament Ryerson v UOIT
x York Tournament Toronto at York
x Queen's at Saint Mary's
x UQTR at Acadia
x New Brunswick at Concordia
x UPEI at Dalhousie (at Liverpool, NS)

Sept 30
x Ottawa at RMC


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I thought of it but I would need to renew my passport. Right now I am too big of a terrorist risk!

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Alberta beat Manitoba 7-2, shots 48-33 for the Bears.

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Sept. 29: Monkeys 7, Bisons 2

September 29, 2012

BISONS FALL APART IN SECOND PERIOD


MANITOBA BISONS 2
ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 7


Links:
|> [CIS Saturday Round-Up] : [CW Saturday Stories]
|> [CIS Schedule/Results/Links] : [CW Schedule/Results/Links]
|> [LS Summary] : [CIS Boxscore]
|> [U of A Story] : [reposted with LeagueStats at U of M]


I saw what I could of this one on canadawest.tv, but that was drifting in and out. Kind of like the Bisons. The season opening is funny in that the CW played regular season games this weekend (unlike the other conferences) and then go back to non-conference play next weekend. Oddly, the whole CW also has a conference by on November 2nd-3rd. Logically, this weekend's games should have been played November 2nd and 3rd.

The Bisons just did not look ready to play a full game all weekend. Each period was remarkably different. The Bisons started weakly on Friday but had it pulled together, and even started to dominate the Evil Monkeys on Saturday. After one period the Bisons led 2-1 and outshot Alberta 16-11. But a couple of PP goals early in the 2nd period changed the game around and from then on the Bisons just stopped playing. Jesse Deckert allowed a couple of soft ones, but still faced 48 shots. Travis Bobbee and Luke Cain had their first goals of the season.

The Bisons have a trip to the Excited States next weekend, whilst the Monkeys will swing about and throw feces in their cages while enjoying a care-free weekend off.

OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD:


SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 5
MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 3


Links:
|> [LS Summary] : [CIS Boxscore]
|> [MRU Story] : [reposted at U of S]


After getting a major scare on Friday, and falling behind 1-0 innthe 1st, the Banjo-Mutts took control with 5 straight goals to put Saturday's game away. The game was even in the 1st and 3rd periods. But the Mutts had control in the 2nd period when they outscored MRU 2-0 and outshot them 11-3. While the Royal Kittens will be doing nothing more than stuffing their faces with pumpkin pie next weekend, the Mutts will no doubt be drinking from toilets as both sides have the weekend off.


UBC THUNDERBIRDS 4
REGINA COUGARS 5

(in a shoot-out)

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|> [U of R Story] : [UBC Story]


The Banjo-Kittens needed this win. UBC can be happy that they notched 3 points on the weekend. This one was close throughout. Each side held the lead on two occasions, and never by more than one goal. The game was 3-3 entering the 3rd period and Regina scored after only 16 seconds, only to have UBC tie the game at 1:11. Next weekend the Kittens are going north to Alaska and UBC are off to Colorado.

OUT EAST:

Exhibition Games
Brock 7 Lakehead 4 : [Brock Game Story]
Western Ontario 3 Nipissing 2 : [NU Schedule/Results]
Queen's 5 Saint Mary's 4 : [SMU Schedule/Results]
UQTR 0 Acadia 5 : [Acadia Game Story]
New Brunswick 4 Concordia 2 : [CU Schedule/Results]
UPEI 4 Dalhousie 3 : [UPEI Schedule/Results]

York Invitational Tournament
Ryerson v UOIT : no score reported
Toronto 4 York 6 : [York Site (click results)]

UP NEXT:

Sept 30
Ottawa at RMC

Oct 2
Toronto at York

Oct 3
Dalhousie at Saint Mary’s
Acadia v Moncton (at Cocagne, NB)

Oct 4
St. Francis Xavier at St. Thomas
New Brunswick at Portland Pirates (AHL)

Oct 5
* Nipissing at UQTR
* McGill at Concordia
* Lakehead at Guelph
Regina at Alaska Fairbanks

Oct 6
* UQTR at McGill
* Nipissing at RMC
* Lakehead at Guelph
UPEI v Moncton (at Grand-Sault, NB)
Manitoba at North Dakota
Lethbridge at Minnesota
UBC at Denver
Regina at Alaska Anchorage
Western Ontario at Western Michigan
Brock at Michigan Tech
Laurier at Mercyhurst
Ottawa at RIT
Carleton at St. Lawrence
Ryerson at Lake Superior
Toronto at Massachusetts-Lowell
Concordia at Vermont
York at Connecticut
Acadia at RPI
New Brunswick at Boston College
St. Francis Xavier at New Hampshire
St. Thomas at Holy Cross

Oct 7
Manitoba at Bemidji State
Lethbridge at Minnesota State
UBC at Colorado College
Western Ontario at Miami of Ohio
Brock at Northern Michigan
Laurier at Robert Morris
UOIT at Bowling Green
Carleton at Clarkson
Ryerson at Ferris State
Toronto at Boston University
Ottawa at Canisius
Waterloo at Ohio State
Acadia at Quinipiac
New Brunswick at Maine
St. Francis Xavier at Northeastern
St. Thomas at Sacred Heart

Oct 8
Lethbridge at Nebraska-Omaha
UBC at Air Force
Windsor at Michigan State

Oct 9
Windsor at Michigan

* conference game - all others are non-conference games

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Ha. Well one of these years it would be nice to meet ya. I would even buy ya Molson or 2 at the game.

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Oct. 5: Bisons' Trip South

WEEKEND PREVIEW

This an odd Friday post. There were games Friday on the "Out of Town Scoreboard". Since the Bisons don't play until Saturday, I start with a preview:


MANITOBA BISONS (0-2-0, 3-3-0)
NORTH DAKOTA (0-0-0)
BEMIDJI STATE BEAVERS (0-0-0)


Saturday, October 6th, 7:00 p.m. CDT @ UND
Sunday, October 7th, 5:00 p.m. CDT @ BSU


UND Links:
|> [UND Hockey Site] : [UND Link to Live Links]
|> [Audio/Video Links] : [UND Twitter]

Bemidji Links:
|> [Live Stats] : [Pre-Season Poll]

Manitoba Links:
|> [Team Site] : [Roster] : [Schedule/Results]
|> [LS Roster] : [LS Stats] : [LS Schedule/Results]
|> [Twitter] : [Facebook]

Other Links:
|> [CIS Site] : [CIS Schedule/Results/Links]
|> [CW Site] : [CW Schedule/Results/Links]
|> [LeagueStat Daily]
|> [Every Link Re: CIS Hockey]


This little excursion to the Excited States is very awkwardly timed. For some reason, the CW started regular season play last weekend, whilst giving the entire conference a bye on the weekend of November 2nd. The Bisons have absolutely nothing about the trip posted. For that matter, neither do UBC, Regina, and Lethbridge. Calgary, Mount Royal, Alberta, and Sask will spend the weekend stuffing their faces with turkey and punkin' pie. Actually, Sask may be having possum stew, but that's another matter.

This is the final season for the WCHA as we know it. The Big Ten is starting a hockey conference now that Penn State is starting a Division I hockey program, hopefully pedophile-free. So the WCHA and the CCHA will be losing teams and the remaining ones will have to shuffle about.

Also, you will note that UND has no moniker. Formerly the Fighting Sioux, they are now nameless, generic, green-clad players in search of their souls. But they do play at The Ralph, which is one eccentric gift from an alumnus.

The WCHA coaches' poll ranks UND #2 and Bemidji #11 out of the 12 teams in the conference.

OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD:


REGINA COUGARS 0
ALASKA FAIRBANKS NANOOKS 6


Links:
|> [UAF Stats] : [UAF Story]


I found a radio link just in time to get the final score from way up north. This must be an interesting trip for the Banjo-Cats. But on the ice, just another routine whipping, it seems.

OUT EAST:

I have not updated the spread-out schedule from out east since the Bisons played last Saturday. The OUA started regular season play this weekend. However, many teams will hold off on the regular season for another week whilst going south this weekend. Here's all the scores:

OUA regular season games:

Friday, October 5
Nipissing 4 UQTR 7 : [LS Summary]
McGill 5 Concordia 6 : [LS Summary]
Lakehead 6 Guelph 3 : [LS Summary]

Exhibition Games:

Sunday, September 30
Ottawa 6 Royal Military College 3 : [Ottawa Schedule/Results]

Tuesday, October 2
Toronto 1 York 7 : [York Schedule/Results]

Wednesday, October 3
Acadia 2 Moncton 5 : [Acadia Story]

Thursday, October 4
Dalhousie 0 Saint Mary’s 2 : [SMU Schedule/Results]
St. Francis Xavier 3 St. Thomas 2 : [STU Schedule/Results]

ELSEWHERE THIS WEEKEND:


UBC THUNDERBIRDS (1-0-1, 3-0-1)
DENVER PIONEERS (0-0-0)
COLORADO COLLEGE TIGERS (0-0-0)
AIR FORCE FALCONS (0-0-0)


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|> [DU Team Site] : [CC Team Site] : [AF Team Site]
|> [UBC Team Site] : [UBC Twitter]


This is a Saturday-Sunday-Monday triple-header for the Tweety-Birds. Calgary has made this junket down through Colorado many times in the past. UBC is hard to gauge. They split with Regina last weekend, so they are not likely a contender this year.


LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS (0-1-1, 2-3-1)
MINNESOTA GOLDEN GOPHERS (0-0-0)
MINNESOTA STATE MAVERICKS (0-0-0)
NEBRASKA-OMAHA MAVERICKS (0-0-0)


Links:
|> [UM Story] : [MSUM Team Site] : [UNO Team Site]
|> [Lethbridge Site] : [Lethbridge Twitter]


This, too, is a Saturday-Sunday-Monday triple-header for the H0rny Ones. They will face two different teams of Mavericks. They will be rather severe underdogs on this trip. Their only wins thus far have been against ACAC teams.


REGINA COUGARS (1-1-0, 2-5-0)
ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEAWOLVES (0-0-0)


Links:
|> [UAA Team Site]
|> [Regina Preview Story] : [Regina Twitter]


I don't suppose the Kittens plan on bringing a win back across the border. But I believe it is much more sensible to confine road trips to a double-header.

UP NEXT OUT EAST:

OUA Regular Season Games:

Saturday, October 6
UQTR at McGill
Nipissing at RMC
Lakehead at Guelph

Exhibition Games:

Saturday, October 6
St. Thomas at Holy Cross
Acadia at Renesselaer
New Brunswick at Boston College
St. Francis Xavier at New Hampshire
UPEI vs Moncton
York at Connecticut
Toronto at Massachusetts-Lowell
Carleton at St. Lawrence
Concordia at Vermont
Brock at Michigan Tech
Western Ontario at Western Michigan
Ryerson at Lake Superior State
Wilfrid Laurier at Mercyhurst
Ottawa at Rochester Institute of Technology
Queen’s at Colgate

Sunday, October 7
St. Francis Xavier at Northeastern
Acadia at Quinnipiac
St. Thomas at Sacred Heart
New Brunswick at Maine
Toronto at Boston University
Ottawa at Canisius
Brock at Northern Michigan
Ryerson at Ferris State
Carleton at Clarkson
UOIT at Bowling Green
Waterloo at Ohio State
Western Ontario at Miami-Ohio
Wilfrid Laurier at Robert Morris

Monday, October 8
Windsor at Michigan State

Tuesday, October 9
Windsor at Michigan


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Shame on Alberta for not going down to play an NCAA team.

Surprised the Huskies don't as well.

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Shame on Alberta for not going down to play an NCAA team.

Surprised the Huskies don't as well.
these are two good teams, NCAA Div I teams don't like to lose to Canadians, they probably couldn't find any teams in the west that wanted to play them.

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these are two good teams, NCAA Div I teams don't like to lose to Canadians, they probably couldn't find any teams in the west that wanted to play them.
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i am confused on the CIS schedule as well, seems everyone starts their season (at least CW) and then interrupt it to go (never sask and only once in past years for AB) and play NCAA teams on their turf and their rules refs etc.
this year CW built their schedule to give them all a break to do this.
Is there money to be made? or is it just the lure of competition....?
I was reading where Gatto in Lethbridge says it is so good that it works out to 2 scholarships for his program. not sure what that means financially but guess it must be important!
Look at the schedule some of these guys put their teams thru to get these games in!?
Lethbridge and UBC will play sat/sunday/monday and then travel back to canada only to go on the road thursday again for Canada west competition. Lethbridge can't fly anywhere from Lethbridge but must bus to Calgary, Regina has to fly to Seattle via Denver or Minniapolis to get to Alaska.....this adds at least another day for travel?..doesn't make sense to me.
I have heard all the maintoba guys talk about a trip a few years ago to Nebraska where they left after a saturday night canada west game, travelled all night and played 2 games on sunday monday and then travelled to Calgary the next weekend, all sick and out of gas.....Manitoba plays at home next weekend so travel shouldn't be as much of a hinderance in their prep...but is it really worth it? No points, no bragging rights and in most cases a 50/50 chance of winning.
Maybe it is a team building thing, a life experience kids will remember! which is all good but it is beginning of the season? Risky I think! maybe i am out to lunch.
The AUS boys always talk about big vreds upcoming games versus NCAA teams and they look for it hoping it is on their schedule prior it's release and then highlite it ...but it doesn't affect their AUS standings or their top 10 rankings...and what happens when a CIS team loses....nobody reports it.
I guess my question is why not a December schedule date for these games? Won't they (NCAA) play then. too much emphasis on exhibition series versus a league we will never be a part of! Promote the CIS quit chasing the dream ! IMO! look at how many games this weekend in the CIS were against the NCAA, was just looking at Holley`s weekend update. Crazy really, please someone help me understand!

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There are probably a hundred different answers. I would like to see CIS play NCAA at the end of the season for a North American University Championship, a seven game series with a coin flip determining who gets game 7. Games played in Canada using our rules and yank rules for stateside games. On ice officials split with two referee system and two linesman, one from each league.

Won't happen for the same reasons that they call their baseball championship the "World Series".

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There are probably a hundred different answers. I would like to see CIS play NCAA at the end of the season for a North American University Championship, a seven game series with a coin flip determining who gets game 7. Games played in Canada using our rules and yank rules for stateside games. On ice officials split with two referee system and two linesman, one from each league.

Won't happen for the same reasons that they call their baseball championship the "World Series".
well give us one of those answers Willie! I mean look at how many schools are doing it this weekend! Sure it is reasonably close for the AUS and OUA teams, but let's add up the wins and losses this weekend, becha its not .500... hope it is! but i got .25 cents that says we take the pipe alot

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most coaches would accept playing .500 on the road especially after hours on the bus playing in an environment where there are nuances to the rules that your players have never experienced. Some of the OUA teams still haven't decided on final rosters so these ex games will see players who may not be there when the weekend is over and some regulars will be sitting.

UofA and Sask may not feel that spending dollars on cross border ex games are worth the investment. For them just to get to the border is 4-5 hour bus trip, then where to, another 5 to Denver or Colorado Springs and don't forget the return trip. Bus rides suck, especially when you spend over 20 hours in one on a weekend.

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these are two good teams, NCAA Div I teams don't like to lose to Canadians, they probably couldn't find any teams in the west that wanted to play them.
I can guarantee you that this is not the reason.

If anything UofA would rather beat up on a weaker ACAC team.


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Oct. 6: UND 5, Bisons 3

October 6, 2012

BISONS DROP EXHIBITION GAME


MANITOBA BISONS 3
NORTH DAKOTA 5


Links:
|> [CIS Friday Round-Up] : [link to be updated: CIS Saturday Round-Up]
|> [CIS Schedule/Results/Links] : [CW Schedule/Results/Links]
|> [UND Stats] : [UND Game Story] : [UND Highlight Video]


I was out watching the MJHL Showcase Series all day Saturday and so I did not follow along at home. The UND links cover all kinds of stuff. However, a one page thorough boxscore or summary is not available. However, the information can be pieced together from the links. The highlights are nice but do not include any of the Bison goals. Some close calls for the Bisons are included, along with UND's goals and near misses. The first two UND goals seemed somewhat fluky. The stats do seem pretty even, as well. The SOG were 28-20 in favour of UND. The stats link also includes a tab for "line charts". Brett Chartier, Nathan Green, Darren Bestland, and Deven Dubyk were the scratches. The Bisons were allowed to dress 22 players.

The Herd will now travel to Bemidji to face the Beavers Sunday at 5:00 p.m. BSU will supply a link for live stats at game time on their Schedule Page. Next weekend, the Bisons will host Saskatchewan.

OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD:


LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 0
MINNESOTA GOLDEN GOPHERS 7


Links:
|> [UM Stats] : [UM Game Story with Video]


This was a severe thrashing for the H0rny Ones. The Rodents outshot them 65 to 16. This is becoming a bad trend for the Prongers.


UBC THUNDERBIRDS 2
DENVER PIONEERS 2


Links:
|> [DU Stats] : [DU Game Story]
|> [UBC Game Story] : [USCHO Poll]


UBC must be happy to pick up a draw after their somewhat sputtering start against mediocre opposition (SFU from the BCIHL and Regina). The link to the USCHO Poll has Denver ranked #8 in the NCAA. Of note, other CW opponents are also ranked in that poll: Minnesota is #2 and North Dakota is #4.


REGINA COUGARS 1
ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEAWOLVES 3


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Any time the Banjo-Cats do NOT get kicked, they have to be happy. They only had 14 SOG, but what the heck. They did have a win last weekend! I also see that Brandon Boy Dave Shyiak is the coach of the Wolves. I wonder if Sarah Palin was there.

OUT EAST:

OUA regular season games:

UQTR 5 McGill 2 : [CIS Boxscore]
Nipissing 6 RMC 1 : [CIS Boxscore]
Lakehead 5 Guelph 4 : [CIS Boxscore]

Exhibition Games:

UPEI 3 Moncton 1 : [Moncton Game Story - Google Translate]

[USCHO Scoreboard - links to boxscores]

New Brunswick 0 Boston College 6
Queens 0 Colgate 1
St. Thomas 1 Holy Cross 2
Ryerson 1 Lake Superior 2
Wilfrid Laurier 1 Mercyhurst 3
Brock 2 Michigan Tech 6
Ottawa 1 RIT 8
Acadia 2 Rensselaer 6
Carleton 2 St. Lawrence 3 OT
York 3 Connecticut 3 OT
Toronto 2 Massachusetts-Lowell 5
St. Francis Xavier 2 New Hampshire 5
Concordia 1 Vermont 7
Western Ontario 2 Western Michigan 2 OT

UP NEXT:

Oct 7
Manitoba at Bemidji State
Lethbridge at Minnesota State
UBC at Colorado College
Western Ontario at Miami of Ohio
Brock at Northern Michigan
Laurier at Robert Morris
UOIT at Bowling Green
Carleton at Clarkson
Ryerson at Ferris State
Toronto at Boston University
Ottawa at Canisius
Waterloo at Ohio State
Acadia at Quinipiac
New Brunswick at Maine
St. Francis Xavier at Northeastern
St. Thomas at Sacred Heart

Oct 8
Lethbridge at Nebraska-Omaha
UBC at Air Force
Windsor at Michigan State

Oct 9
Windsor at Michigan

* all are exhibition games

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i am confused on the CIS schedule as well, seems everyone starts their season (at least CW) and then interrupt it to go (never sask and only once in past years for AB) and play NCAA teams on their turf and their rules refs etc.
this year CW built their schedule to give them all a break to do this.
Is there money to be made? or is it just the lure of competition....?
I was reading where Gatto in Lethbridge says it is so good that it works out to 2 scholarships for his program. not sure what that means financially but guess it must be important!
Look at the schedule some of these guys put their teams thru to get these games in!?
Lethbridge and UBC will play sat/sunday/monday and then travel back to canada only to go on the road thursday again for Canada west competition. Lethbridge can't fly anywhere from Lethbridge but must bus to Calgary, Regina has to fly to Seattle via Denver or Minniapolis to get to Alaska.....this adds at least another day for travel?..doesn't make sense to me.
I have heard all the maintoba guys talk about a trip a few years ago to Nebraska where they left after a saturday night canada west game, travelled all night and played 2 games on sunday monday and then travelled to Calgary the next weekend, all sick and out of gas.....Manitoba plays at home next weekend so travel shouldn't be as much of a hinderance in their prep...but is it really worth it? No points, no bragging rights and in most cases a 50/50 chance of winning.
Maybe it is a team building thing, a life experience kids will remember! which is all good but it is beginning of the season? Risky I think! maybe i am out to lunch.
The AUS boys always talk about big vreds upcoming games versus NCAA teams and they look for it hoping it is on their schedule prior it's release and then highlite it ...but it doesn't affect their AUS standings or their top 10 rankings...and what happens when a CIS team loses....nobody reports it.
I guess my question is why not a December schedule date for these games? Won't they (NCAA) play then. too much emphasis on exhibition series versus a league we will never be a part of! Promote the CIS quit chasing the dream ! IMO! look at how many games this weekend in the CIS were against the NCAA, was just looking at Holley`s weekend update. Crazy really, please someone help me understand!
I do not know the financial arrangements for sure. But the Bisons played before about 9,000 fans on Saturday, so I am guessing this is a free trip for them.

The scheduling this year is a mess. The CW should have played last week's games on November 2-3. Then there would be no problem.

I believe that the NCAA teams are full of it re: scheduling. They send basketball teams here every year. (BTW, the Bisons beat Wayne State this season already.) However, I cannot recall the last time a CW team hosted an NCAA team in hockey.

IMO, this makes the CIS look bad. CIS teams would have more leverage if conferences set up the interlock, rather than individual teams. Last January, UND played Clarkson at the MTS Centre. Why couldn't each of those played the Bisons as well?

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If you picked up the UWO - Western Michigan score from the headline in the article on W Michigan's website, lets just say it was a homer headline. Read the article further and you'll see UWO won the game in a shootout. Wonder if they would have referred to it as a draw if W Michigan won the SO?

http://www.wmubroncos.com/ViewArticl...DB_OEM_ID=4600

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If you picked up the UWO - Western Michigan score from the headline in the article on W Michigan's website, lets just say it was a homer headline. Read the article further and you'll see UWO won the game in a shootout. Wonder if they would have referred to it as a draw if W Michigan won the SO?

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Haha, "Penalties also played an important part to the loss as WMU committed 11. There were 23 penalties overall."

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If you picked up the UWO - Western Michigan score from the headline in the article on W Michigan's website, lets just say it was a homer headline. Read the article further and you'll see UWO won the game in a shootout. Wonder if they would have referred to it as a draw if W Michigan won the SO?

http://www.wmubroncos.com/ViewArticl...DB_OEM_ID=4600
I got it at the USCHO scoreboard linked above. Here's the link to the summary:
http://www.uscho.com/box/mens-hockey...tern-michigan/

No mention of a shoot-out.

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I got it at the USCHO scoreboard linked above. Here's the link to the summary:
http://www.uscho.com/box/mens-hockey...tern-michigan/

No mention of a shoot-out.
Since they still have ties (and no shootouts) in the NCAA...and they play under NCAA rules during these games, I wonder if it was just something they did for fun....kind of off-the-record.


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Oct. 7: Bisons 3 Beavers 3

October 7, 2012

TIES? THEY STILL HAVE 'EM IN THE NCAA!


MANITOBA BISONS 3
BEMIDJI STATE BEAVERS 3


Links:
|> [CIS Schedule/Results/Links] : [CW Schedule/Results/Links]
|> [BSU Game Day] : [BSU Live Stats] : [BSU Radio Story]
|> [BSU Boxscore] : [BSU Game Story] : [BSU Photos]


Yes, boys and girls, they still have good old tie hockey games in the NCAA. Frankly, I prefer that to shoot-outs. They did play 5 minutes of OT and then shook hands. So what's the problem?

BTW, I did note that Western Ontario won their shootout against Western Michigan on Saturday, even though the game was reported as a 2-2 draw. So maybe they sometimes have shoot-outs in exhibition games but have no means of entering the data into their computers. Oh well.

BSU has a lot of neat stuff on their web site. However, multiple links lead to similar but not the same information. And some information is wrong. The “Game Day” link led to live on-line radio and also listed the teams' lines. It did not have jersey #s but did have the correct Bison line-up, unlike other links. The “Live Stats” link was updated throughout the game and had rosters, summaries, etc. After the game, the “Boxscore” link led to the traditional printable boxscore from the company the CW used before LeagueStat. (The AUS still uses them.) On both of those they listed Blair Osiowy instead of Eric Mestery as #3. They also listed Schappert as #4 and “04” as #04, and Lowry as #9 and “09” as #9.

It was nice to get on-line audio, but one broadcaster thought that Thunder Bay was on the coast. Jeesh! It's not all that far away from Bemidji!

The more reliable “Game Day” link listed the Bisons like this:

Forwards:
Tyler Dittmer – Ian Duval – Blair Macaulay
Del Cowan – Paul Ciarelli – Matthew Lowry
Luke Cain – Austin Lauder – Tyler Feakes
Dylan Kelly – Brendan Rowinski – Jesse Paradis
Brett Chartier – – Craig Scott

Defence:
Jeremy Schappert – Brandon Lockerby
Eric Mestery – Jeremy Schappert
Lee Christensen – Brock Sutherland

Goal:
Jesse Deckert (2 periods) - Deven Dubyk (3rd period and OT)

The scratches were therefore goaltender Joe Caligiuri, defencemen Darren Bestland and Dane Crowley, and forward Nathan Green. Neither Bestland nor Green were on the trip. I am hoping that there was no injury for Crowley in Saturday's game.

The Bisons host Saskatchewan next weekend, with games at 7:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday nights.



OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD:


LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 1
MINNESOTA STATE MAVERICKS 7


Links:
|> [MSU Game Story] : [MSU Boxscore]


This was another thorough trouncing for the Viagra-less H0rny Ones. They did score the opening goal but thereafter were outshot 65-10 and by all accounts were never really in this one. It seems that Regina and Lethbridge will continue to struggle when the CW regular season progresses. One has to hope that both sides will mature as the season progresses so that their Junior “A” recruits will find their legs.


UBC THUNDERBIRDS 1
COLORADO COLLEGE TIGERS 3


Links:
|> [CC Live Stats] : [CC Game Story]
|> [CC Boxscore - pdf] : [CC Summary - pdf]
|> [UBC Game Story]


Unlike Barack Obama, the Tweety-Birds don't seem to be having too much difficulty with the altitude in Colorado. A 2-2 draw followed by a 3-1 loss against pretty good teams would be a fine performance, especially for a team coming off a split with Regina. The 'Birds were outshot 36-21 on the night. It is still hard to gauge this team. Thus far one would have to say that their results are fairly typical UBC results.

OUT EAST:

Exhibition Games:

[USCHO Scoreboard - links to boxscores]

St. Francis Xavier 4 Northeastern 3
Acadia 2 Quinnipiac 0
St. Thomas 4 Sacred Heart 3
New Brunswick 2 Maine 2 (ot)
Toronto 0 Boston University 5
Ottawa 5 Canisius 2
Brock 0 Northern Michigan 2
Ryerson 2 Ferris State 8
Carleton 6 Clarkson 2
UOIT 1 Bowling Green 9
Waterloo 2 Ohio State 3 (ot)
Western Ontario 2 Miami-Ohio 6
Wilfrid Laurier 4 Robert Morris 10

UP NEXT:

Exhibition games:

Oct 8
Lethbridge at Nebraska-Omaha
UBC at Air Force
Windsor at Michigan State

Oct 9
Windsor at Michigan

CW Regular Season:

Oct. 12-13
Regina at Lethbridge
Mount Royal v Alberta (home and home series)
UBC at Calgary
Saskatchewan at Manitoba

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Oct. 8: Thanksgiving Scores

October 8, 2012

OUT OF TOWN SCOREBOARD:


LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 1
NEBRASKA-OMAHA MAVERICKS 4


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|> [UNO Game Story - w video] : [UNO Boxscore - pdf]


It is becoming a bit of a broken record, but yet again the H0rny Ones found it hard to score. That is a strange metaphor, now that I think of it. Anyhow, Lethbridge goes 0-3 on the trip and thus far have only two wins over ACAC teams to show for their efforts.


UBC THUNDERBIRDS 4
AIR FORCE FALCONS 2


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The Tweety-Birds will be taking a .500 record over three games back with them to good ol' British California. Three games in three days was no problem in picking up this win. The 'Birds were outshot 12-4 in a scoreless first period and then took control from there. Jordan White did the job in goal.

OUT EAST:

Exhibition Game:
Windsor 1 Michigan State 6 : [USCHO summary]

UP NEXT:

Canada West:
Oct. 12-13
Regina at Lethbridge
Mount Royal v Alberta (home and home series)
UBC at Calgary
Saskatchewan at Manitoba

Out East:
Oct. 9
Windsor at Michigan (exhibition)

Oct. 11
Laurier at Waterloo
Brock at Guelph

Oct. 12
St. Thomas at New Brunswick
Dalhousie at Saint Mary's
Moncton at UPEI
St. Francis-Xavier at Acadia
UQTR at Nipissing
Toronto at Royal Military College
Carleton at Concordia
Ottawa at McGill
Western Ontario at Waterloo
York at Lakehead
Ryerson at Queen's

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Oct. 12-13: Mutts @ Bisons

WEEKEND PREVIEW


SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES (2-0-0, 4-1-1)
MANITOBA BISONS (0-2-0, 3-4-1)


Friday, October 12th, 7:00 p.m. CDT @ Max Bell Arena
Saturday, October 13th, 7:00 p.m. CDT @ Max Bell Arena


Live Links:
|> [Live Stats Friday] : [Live Stats Saturday]
|> [Live Video – Both Nights – CanadaWest.tv]

Manitoba Links:
|> [Team Site] : [Roster] : [Schedule/Results]
|> [Weekend Preview Story]
|> [LS Roster] : [LS Stats] : [LS Schedule/Results]
|> [Twitter] : [Facebook]

Sask. Links:
|> [Team Site] : [Roster]
|> [LS Roster] : [LS Stats] : [LS Schedule/Results]
|> [Twitter] : [Facebook]

Other Links:
|> [CIS Site] : [CIS Schedule/Results/Links]
|> [CW Site] : [CW Schedule/Results/Links]
|> [LeagueStat Daily] : [CW Weekly Media Notes #2]
|> [Every Link Re: CIS Hockey]

Prior game:
|> [Sept 14: Sask 5 Man 2 (exhibition)]


The regular season home opener is coming and I fully intend on attending both hockey games this coming weekend. After being swept in Saudi Alberta the Bisons will need some points if they want to repeat as pennant winners.

The Herd had an OK trip south, showing an ability to keep their opponents' shots on goal down. This was likely a priority with the coaches after their trip to Edmontown. They were outshot 28-20 by UND and in turn outshot Bemidji 28-26. If they can keep the shots down then decent goaltending should be able to pace the team to wins against Sask.

I'll be interested to see how the goaltenders will be used. Caligiuri gave up a couple of fluky goals against UND, and in the end surrendered 4 goals on 17 shots. Deckert gave up one goal on 11 shots against UND and one goal on 13 shots against BSU. Dubnyk gave up 2 goals on 13 shots, playing only one period plus OT. However, Caligiuri kept the Bisons in their first game against Alberta whilst Deckert was shelled in his start. I would not be surprised to see them split the games until one gets hotter than the other.

Up front, Cowan and Rowinski were dressed last weekend. But Nathan Green has yet to be seen. They have thus far gotten goals from different lines and different times so I suspect we'll see them roll 4 lines and sit some of the depth players.

On D, I am wondering if Crowley and Bestland are injured. They were the starting pair and would be needed against Sask.

The Mutts swept the pesky expansion MRU Cougars in their opener and took Thanksgiving off to pig out on possum shanks and crawdads. Now for a big treat they come to the Big City where they can drink from toilets and urinate on fire hydrants. We need to stop that. A swat with a rolled up newspaper should do it.

The strength of the Banjo-Mutts is their offence. Their top line of Hulak-Bortis-Ross were 3 of the top 4 scorers in the league last year. (Bison Blair Macaulay was the only non-Husky in the top 4.) Shut them down and you've got 'em beat. Hulak and Bortis are back.

ELSEWHERE:


REGINA COUGARS (1-1-0, 2-7-0)
LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS (0-1-1, 2-6-1)


Links:
|> [Live Stats Friday] : [Live Stats Saturday]
|> [Live Video – Both Nights – CanadaWest.tv]
|> [U of L Preview] : [Lethbridge Twitter]
|> [Regina-UAF] : [Regina-UAA] : [Regina Twitter]


These teams are both off to a shaky start. Still, the H0rny Ones picked up a bonus point for an OTL and Regina upset UBC in OT in week 1. Then they both got thumped last weekend against NCAA teams. I suspect a long season for both sides, with this weekend being a golden opportunity to rack up some much-needed points.


MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS (0-2-0, 2-3-1)
ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS (2-0-0, 10-0-0)


Links:
|> [Live Stats Friday] : [Live Stats Saturday]
|> [Live Video – Both Nights – CanadaWest.tv]
|> [U of A Preview] : [Alberta Twitter]
|> [Mount Royal Site] : [Mount Royal Twitter]


This one is a home-and-home series. MRU gave Sask a scare last weekend and it won't get any easier this time around. Neither team played last weekend. MRU gave Alberta a good run in the Brick Invitational Tournament played in September. Sask and Manitoba would be happy to see Alberta held to anything below 4 points.


UBC THUNDERBIRDS (1-0-1, 4-1-2)
CALGARY DINOS (2-0-0, 3-3-0)


Links:
|> [Live Stats Friday] : [Live Stats Saturday]
|> [no on-line audio or video]
|> [U of C Preview Story] : [reposted at CW]
|> [Calgary Twitter] : [UBC Twitter]


This match-up is intriguing. UBC surprised last year and were holding off the Bedrock Boys in the battle for 4th place. Calgary rallied and claimed 4th. Then in the quarter-finals UBC won game 1, only to lose games 2 and 3. UBC had a win, loss, and tie in their trip to Colorado last weekend, which is good. But they also managed a loss to Regina and in one game against SFU needed OT to win. Calgary should be a good measuring stick. They appear to be a consistent, slightly above average team. So this will help explain just what UBC can be expected to do.

OUT EAST:

Friday, October 12
Dalhousie at Saint Mary’s
St. Francis Xavier at Acadia
St. Thomas at New Brunswick
Moncton at UPEI
Ottawa at McGill
Concordia at Carleton
UQTR at Nipissing
Toronto at Royal Military College
York at Lakehead
Ryerson at Queen’s
Western Ontario at Waterloo

Saturday, October 13
Acadia at Dalhousie
Moncton at New Brunswick
Saint Mary’s at St. Francis Xavier
St. Thomas at UPEI
Ryerson at Royal Military College
Guelph at Brock
Carleton at McGill
UQTR at Ottawa
Wilfrid Laurier at Western Ontario
UOIT at Windsor
York at Lakehead

Sunday, October 14
UOIT at Windsor
Nipissing at Toronto

NEWS:

Pete Belliveau, former coach of Dalhousie, is now the former GM. There are as yet unreported allegations being investigated by the CIS, the nature of which have not been disclosed. The CIS Blog will likely be the first on-line source of information on this.
Link: [CIS Blog]

Even though the McGilligutties are the defending CIS champions, they are off to a 0-2 start with a pair of unimpressive losses. Their performance this weekend will be something to keep an eye upon. They face Ottawa and Cartoon U at home.
Link: [CIS Blog]

The first official top ten list is out. I say it is too early. Fortunately, the Official Hollywood Top 34 (OHT34) will be out after this weekend's games. Regina had some votes. How is that even possible?
Links: [CIS] : [reposted at CW]

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