Tagged Hockey

Dinos men’s hockey splits with Alberta Golden Bears

By Emilie Medland-Marchen, January 22 2017 — The Dinos men’s hockey team split wins with the No. 8 ranked University of Alberta Golden Bears in two games on Jan. 20 and 21. It was an essential weekend for the Dinos, who are currently one spot behind Alberta in the Canada West. One more win would…

Dinos suffer double losses against No. 8 ranked Pandas

By Emilie Medland-Marchen, January 22 2017 — The Dinos women’s hockey team fell to provincial rivals the University of Alberta Pandas twice in a home-barn split this weekend. After a tough 4–0 loss against the Pandas in Edmonton on Jan. 20, the Dinos returned to Calgary for a rematch at the Father David Bauer Arena….

World Junior heartbreak shouldn’t overshadow young talent

By David Song, January 10 2016 — For Canada and international hockey, anything less than gold is a bust. It can be difficult to swallow the United States’ thrilling comeback win in the 2017 World Junior Hockey Championship final. A resilient and talented American squad twice overcame two-goal deficits to win gold in a shootout,…

Calgary Flames face woes in early season

By David Song, November 22 2016 — As of Nov. 22, the Calgary Flames hold a disappointing 8–10–1 record, sloshing around in the Pacific Division’s basement alongside the Vancouver Canucks and Arizona Coyotes. Adding insult to injury, star forward Johnny Gaudreau suffered a broken finger on Nov. 15 and could miss several weeks. A season…

Dinos men’s hockey in the business to win

By David Song, November 1 2016 — Last year, the Dinos men’s hockey team made it to the second round of the Canada West playoffs before their elimination by the University of Saskatchewan Huskies — a fact that does not sit well with head coach Mark Howell. When asked what goals he and his coaching…

Dinos women’s hockey team headed by elite coaching staff

By David Song, October 27 2016 — For the Dinos women’s hockey team, practice is serious business. At times, it can look fun. There’s lots of stick tapping, fist bumping and good-natured jostling when a goaltender lets a puck in. But don’t be fooled — the players are focused on mastering their skills by running…

Despite slow start, Flames’ off-season progress worthwhile

By Jason Herring, October 18 2016 — After an offseason full of improvements behind the bench and on the ice, the Calgary Flames sputtered out a 0–3 start to the 2016–17 NHL season. In the midst of the disappointing start, it’s easy to overreact. But the Flames have a roster that’s better than what they’ve…

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