Men's hockey splits series
The University of Calgary men's hockey team split their home-and-home series against the University of Alberta Golden Bears last weekend.
The Dinos never bounced back from two goals scored in the first five minutes of the teams' first meeting of the season, losing 6-1.
Looking to avenge the lopsided score, the Dinos unleashed a strong offence of their own on Sunday, doing one better than the Bears a day earlier and won 7-1.
Dinos netminder Jeff Weber had a standout night, stopping 30 shots.
The win gives the Dinos a 2-2 record.
The Dinos get this weekend off and will prepare to host the University of Regina Cougars Oct. 24-25 at Father David Bauer arena.
Husky Dino Cup
The men's and women's volleyball team is getting set to host the 22nd annual Husky Dino Cup volleyball tournament, Oct. 16-18 in the Jack Simpson Gym.
On the men's side they will host Canada West opponents University of Brandon Bobcats, and the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds and the NCAA UCLA Bruins, who have won the cup four times.
The women's team will host the Trinity Western University Spartans, who recently won the West Coast Classic tournament hosted by the Thunderbirds.
New women's head coach Jesse Knight will make his home debut on Oct. 16.
For a schedule of games go to godinos.com
Soccer is back this weekend
The men's and women's soccer clubs will host four teams this weekend as they both fight for a playoff position.
The men's team has only won one game this season, while the women's has won two.
The women host the University of Manitoba Bisons on Saturday, and the University of Regina Cougars on Sunday.
Both games are at noon at the West Varsity soccer pitch.
The men will host the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds on Saturday and the University of Victoria Vikes on Sunday.
Both games are at 2:15 p.m. at the West Varsity soccer pitch.
Def Leppard star mishandles Stanley
While it wasn't as bad as when Detroit Red Wing Kris Draper's baby daughter dropped a deuce in it, the Stanley Cup was once again dishonoured when Def Leppard front man Joe Elliot placed the trophy upside down during a pre-season rally in Detroit last week.
The rest of this space is reserved for a crude, distasteful joke about the drummer lending an extra hand.