U Sports Hockey Championships Cancelled Due to Coronavirus

Toronto, ON- For one day, U Sports hockey was the only hockey around. By the end of the day, it joined all other North American sports in suspension due to Coronavirus COVID-19. Both the men’s and women’s tournaments opened on Thursday afternoon with their first set of quarterfinal matchups. There were upsets galore, but that all feels very trivial at this point. The world has … Continue reading U Sports Hockey Championships Cancelled Due to Coronavirus

U SPORTS MHKY: Tight races highlight the final weekend in Canada West

This is the preview for Western Canada, the Ontario preview can be found here. We all know that one song, that plays as the game is winding down and your team is trailing. Sounds buzz around the arena, blaring the lyrics of “Final Countdown” by Europe, you’re pumped. Cue the music, because it’s the final countdown of the U Sports regular hockey season. All conferences … Continue reading U SPORTS MHKY: Tight races highlight the final weekend in Canada West

U Sports Hockey: The playoff race in Canada West is heating up

It’s been another year of exciting hockey in the Canada West conference of U Sports, but as the season nears its end, the playoff picture begins to form. While some of the standings may look similar to past years, there is still a heated battle closer to the bottom for the final post-season slots. Of the eight teams in Canada West, six qualify for the … Continue reading U Sports Hockey: The playoff race in Canada West is heating up

U Sports WHKY: A win is a win, but Western don’t exactly gallop to victory

The Western Mustangs’ women’s hockey team visited the Ryerson Rams for an afternoon game in support of the Do it for Daron foundation (DIFD) in support of mental health awareness. Historically, the Mustangs have always had success against the Rams, with their all-time record being 16-1. However, Ryerson entered the game with an 8-2 record in their last 10 games and were looking to continue … Continue reading U Sports WHKY: A win is a win, but Western don’t exactly gallop to victory

U Sports Hockey: Brendan Burke on verge of making U Sports history

“It’s an honour, I get to represent my school and U Sports in a situation I never could have expected.” those were the words of Team Canada Spengler Cup and Alberta Golden Bear’s goaltender Brendan Burke mere hours after he was named to his nations roster. He was named to the Canadian Spengler Cup team last week, becoming the first U Sports player to make … Continue reading U Sports Hockey: Brendan Burke on verge of making U Sports history