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Mar 2: Squirrels Crush Cajuns

Post by Hollywood2 » Tue Mar 03, 2015 5:25 am

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AUS

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ACADIA AXEMEN 2
NEW BRUNSWICK VARSITY REDS 8

(UNB leads best-of-three series 1-0)

Links:
Boxscores: [CIS]
Stories: [UNB] : [AUS] : [Acadia]


This was unexpected. The 1st place Squirrels against the defending champion Cajuns should have been a real canoe-tipper. Instead, the Pids and Tiggers could have put forward a better game. That's the way sports go. The next game (or two?) could well go into overtime.

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Wed Mar 4 New Brunswick at Acadia 7:00 PM AST

Thu Mar 5 Calgary at Alberta 7:00 PM MST

Fri Mar 6 Calgary at Alberta 7:00 PM MST
Fri Mar 6 Acadia at New Brunswick 7:00 PM AST (if necessary)

Sat Mar 7 Calgary at Alberta 7:00 PM MST (if necessary)
Sat Mar 7 UQTR at Guelph 7:30 PM EST
Sat Mar 7 McGill at Windsor 8:00 PM EST
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Mar 4: Squirrels Sweep AUS Title

Post by Hollywood2 » Thu Mar 05, 2015 1:19 am

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AUS

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NEW BRUNSWICK VARSITY REDS 4
ACADIA AXEMEN 2

(UNB wins best-of-three series 2-0)

Links:
Boxscores: [CIS]
Stories: [UNB] : [AUS] : [Acadia]


This series was an anti-climatic end to the AUS season. It was still a lot closer than game 1. Acadia led 2-1 after the 1st and the last goal was an empty-netter.

For the nationals, this means that UNB will be seeded at least 2nd and Acadia will be likely be 5th and face the OUA runner-uo. Here are the latest rankings:
http://english.cis-sic.ca/sports/mice/2 ... s/top10-19

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Thu Mar 5 Calgary at Alberta 7:00 PM MST
Fri Mar 6 Calgary at Alberta 7:00 PM MST
Sat Mar 7 Calgary at Alberta 7:00 PM MST (if necessary)
Sat Mar 7 UQTR at Guelph 7:30 PM EST
Sat Mar 7 McGill at Windsor 8:00 PM EST

Links:
CWUAA playoff schedule/results/links:
http://www.canadawest.org/sports/mice/2 ... son/POSked
CIS playoff schedule/results/links:
http://english.cis-sic.ca/championships ... 5/schedule
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Mar 5: Dinos Look Ready to Go Extinct

Post by Hollywood2 » Fri Mar 06, 2015 4:44 pm

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CWUAA

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CALGARY DINOSAURS 2
ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 5

(Alberta leads best-of-three series 1-0)

Links:
Boxscores: [LeagueStat] : [CIS] : [CW] : [Calgary]
Game stories: [Alberta] : [CW repost] : [Calgary]
Previews: [Alberta] : [CWUAA] : [Calgary]


The scoreline flattered Bedrock U. They managed only 9 shots on goal in the entire game. You cannot beat the Evil Monkeys without shots on goal. If the Monkeys are going to lose this year it will be in a game where their goaltending is so-so ior worse and their opponent gets a Johnny Bower-like performance. Kris Lazaruk started for Bedrock and gave up 4 goals on 26 shots through two periods. Jacob DeSerres played the third and stopped 12 of 13 shots.

In a sheer sign of dominance, with the score 4-1 entering the 3rd period, Bedrock U managed just 2 shots in the 3rd period.

Still, the Dinos and Monkeys split their games this season. So a comeback for Bedrock cannot be counted out.

All games in the series are available on CanadaWest.tv.

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Fri Mar 6 Calgary at Alberta 7:00 PM MST
Sat Mar 7 Calgary at Alberta 7:00 PM MST (if necessary)
Sat Mar 7 UQTR at Guelph 7:30 PM EST
Sat Mar 7 McGill at Windsor 8:00 PM EST

CWUAA playoff schedule/results/links: http://www.canadawest.org/sports/mice/2 ... son/POSked
CIS playoff schedule/results/links: http://english.cis-sic.ca/championships ... 5/schedule
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Mar 6: Apes Claim Another Title

Post by Hollywood2 » Fri Mar 06, 2015 10:20 pm

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CWUAA

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CALGARY DINOSAURS 1
ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 2

(Alberta wins best-of-three series 2-0)

Links:
Boxscores: [LeagueStat] : [CIS] : [CW] : [Calgary]
Game stories: [Alberta*] : [CW*] : [Calgary]
* not yet uploaded as this is posted


This was more what one would expect. The game was scoreless after 2 periods. Bedrock took a lead in the 3rd period with less than 12 minutes left. However, the Monkeys rallied to win without overtime. Luke Siemens git the win, stopping 19 of 20 shots. Jacob DeSerres took the loss, despite making 39 saves.

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Sat Mar 7 UQTR at Guelph 7:30 PM EST
Sat Mar 7 McGill at Windsor 8:00 PM EST

Thu Mar 12 quarter-final 1:00 PM ADT
Thu Mar 12 quarter-final 7:00 PM ADT
Fri Mar 13 quarter-final 1:00 PM ADT
Fri Mar 13 quarter-final 7:00 PM ADT
Sat Mar 14 semi-final 12:00 PM ADT
Sat Mar 14 semi-final 4:00 PM ADT
Sun Mar 15 bronze game 2:00 PM ADT
Sun Mar 15 gold game 6:30 PM ADT

Taking into account the official CIS rankings and the mandate which states the OUA finalists must be seeded top 4, the likely rankings look like this:
#1 Alberta
#2 New Brunswick
#3 UQTR/Guelph winner
#4 UQTR/Guelph loser
#5 Acadia
#6 Calgary
#7 McGill/Windsor winner
#8 St. F-X

The matchups are to go 1-8, 4-5, 2-7, and 3-6. To win the championship, the Monkeys may have to beat three AUS teams in three days in an AUS building.

CWUAA playoff schedule/results/links:
http://www.canadawest.org/sports/mice/2 ... son/POSked
CIS playoff schedule/results/links:
http://english.cis-sic.ca/championships ... 5/schedule
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Mar 7: Goof and Windsor Win in OUA Finale

Post by Hollywood2 » Sat Mar 07, 2015 9:48 pm

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UQTR PATRIOTES 0
GUELPH GRYPHONS 4

(Guelph wins Queen's Cup)

Links:
Boxscores: [CIS] : [LeagueStat]


Goof U really dominated the stats against UQTR. The weird thing is that the title game is a one-off, and not a best-of-three. The other is that the Quebec team cannot host this game. Seems to be an odd rule, considering that the Quebec teams have been in the OUA since Rob Ford was skinny.

So Goof U, with a record of 11-13-3, will be seeded 3rd at the nationals. In a rule which does not exist in other CIS sports, the OUA winner is assured of being a top 3 seed at the hockey nationals. And, new this year, the OUA runner-up is seeded 4th no matter what.

Goof was 3-10-3 at the close of the 1st semester. Even though they went 8-3-0 in the 2nd semester, they were 2-2-0 against the OUA's decent teams.

The 7-2 playoff run was noteworthy, but the losses were 5-0 to Waterloo and 8-3 to Toronto. And they are the OUA's champions!

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MCGILL REDMEN 1
WINDSOR LANCERS 2

(in overtime)
(Windsor wins OUA bronze)


Links:
Boxscores: [CIS] : [LeagueStat]


I was unable to watch this one, but it must have been some kind of hockey game. It was scoreless through two periods. McGill scored early in the 3rd to take the lead but were unable to nurse that through the game. Windsor tied it with just a minute left.

Windsor defeated McGill for the OUA title a year ago. They then shocked Acadia 4-2 to open the tournament before being throttled 9-0 by Saskatchewan.

UNIVERSITY CUP MATCH-UPS

If the CIS properly follows their rules, the quarter-finals for the U-Cup should look like this:

Thursday 1:00 ADT New Brunswick v Windsor
Thursday 7:00 ADT Guelph v Calgary
Friday 1:00 ADT UQTR v Acadia
Friday 7:00 ADT Alberta v St. F-X

CIS playoff schedule/results/links:
http://english.cis-sic.ca/championships ... 5/schedule
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Preview: University Cup

Post by Hollywood2 » Wed Mar 11, 2015 9:22 pm

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Links:
:. [Video: CIS TV]
:. [University Cup Home Page]
:. [CWUAA Preview]
:. [Schedule/Results/Links]


The University Cup is soon upon us. This is the first season of an 8 team knockout format tournament. After UNB and Alberta had relatively easy conference finals, there would be those who would prefer that those two teams just play a best-of-seven. Although they are clearly the two best teams, they are both highly susceptible to a loss. Here are the qualifiers, in order of quarter-final match-ups:

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GUELPH GRYPHONS (11-13-3, 7-2, 22-19-3, OHT36 #25)
CALGARY DINOSAURS (20-8-0, 2-3, 26-13-1, OHT36 #5)

Thursday 11:00 am CDT/1:00 pm ADT

Links:
:. [Video: CIS TV]
:. [Calgary Preview 1] : [Calgary Preview 2]
:. [Guelph Preview]


This is the battle of teams with almost identical uniforms. Both Goof U and Bedrock U have red jerseys, black pantss, and yellow and white trimming on everything. So any fans in attendance for one side could come in team colours and turn to the opposition without being detected.

Since the OUA gets three berths (and used to get at least two berths in the six team format) and lacks a national super-power, there is always a way for the mediocre to get into the U-Cup. This year, Goof was pathetic in the 1st semester (3-10-3) before turning it around. They went 7-2 en route to a Queen's Cup championship. Now, that's a nice record. However the losses were 5-0 to Waterloo and 8-3 to Toronto. Needless to say, any performance which smacks of one of those would mean quick elimination for Goof.

Bedrock U has mostly been pretty good, without a gawdy winning streak like they had last year. A 1st semester sweep of Alberta gave them some brief hope for a 1st place challenge. However losing 3 of 4 to MRU had them fighting and scraping just to get 2nd. They might be shaken by the way they were handled in the CW final. IMO they are the main roadblock facing New Brunswick on the top half of the draw.

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NEW BRUNSWICK V-REDS (22-4-2, 5-2, 32-8-2, OHT36 #2)
WINDSOR LANCERS (22-4-1, 5-3, 28-10-3, OHT36 #8)

Thursday 5:00 pm CDT/7:00 pm ADT

Links:
:. [Video: CIS TV]
:. [Windsor Preview] : [CIS Preview]
:. [UNB Preview Story]


It is not often that teams from different conferences will have met up in the regular season. But that happened over the Christmas holidays when Windsor visited the Squirrels and lost 6-5 and 7-1. Windsor had a great regular season, tempered by a relatively soft schedule. They played 16 games against C or D level teams, the most of anybody in the entire CIS.

Windsor finished 1st in the OUA West and got to the nationals by beating Brock and Lakehead, losing to Guelph, then winning a special bronze playoff against McGill. Kinda blah, I know.

In comparison, UNB escaped a five game scare against St. F-X before an impressive sweep of Acadia. They will be prohibitive favourites in this game.

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UQTR PATRIOTES (19-4-3, 6-1, 31-7-3, OHT36 #11)
ACADIA AXEMEN (20-5-3, 3-4, 27-11-3, OHT36 #3)

Friday 11:00 am CDT/1:00 pm ADT

Links:
:. [Video: CIS TV]
:. [Acadia Preview] : [CIS Preview]


The UQTR site has disappeared. Not sure what that means. Acadia is the only team at the nationals with a losing playoff record. They had a 1st round bye earned by placing 2nd in the AUS. They beat the SMUskies in an epic 5 game series before being dusted off rather harmlessly by the Squirrels.

On the other hand, UQTR swept their way through 3 series (against Nipissing, Carleton, and McGill) before taking a night off in the Queen's Cup final where they lost to Guelph. For much of the season, UQTR with the OUA East's great white hope.

IMO, UQTR's U-Cup experience gives them a shot at Acadia. Acadia have the ghosts of last year's debacle to exorcise. As with Calgary, I am not sure about the impact of their feeble effort in the conference final. Acadia should win this, but there are enough circumstances to give one some doubts.

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ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS (24-3-1, 4-0, 34-6-1, OHT36 #1)
ST. FRANCIS-XAVIER X-MEN (17-9-2, 4-3, 24-13-3, OHT36 #6)

Friday 5:00 pm CDT/7:00 pm ADT

Links:
:. [Video: CIS TV]
:. [CIS Preview at U of A]
:. [St FX Preview] : [CIS Preview]


The Evil Monkeys are without doubt the #1 team in Canada. However, IMO they have barely a 50/50 shot in game 1. They will outshoot the Jeremies, for sure. But it will be a very close game to the final whistle. The Apes got the goaltending they need against Calgary last weekend. But they have not had high level goaltending this year. Teams like UBC and Manitoba gave them fits, even when outshot. If the Jeremies could beat UNB twice, they could beat Alberta once. If that happens, one would have to wonder if hockey will be forced to alter its seeding process. Basketball does not require conference winners to hold the first three seeds.
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Mar 12: Goof and Squirrels Advance

Post by Hollywood2 » Fri Mar 13, 2015 6:25 am

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GUELPH GRYPHONS 3
CALGARY DINOSAURS 1


Links:
Boxscores: [CIS] : [Calgary] : [Guelph]
Game Stories: [CIS] : [Calgary] : [Guelph]


This morning game started off the tournament. Bedrock U carried the play and outshot Goof U in every period. But the Dinos never had the lead. I saw the 3rd period and the score was 1-0. It looked like one of those international games where somebody like Sweden is playing Belarus. Calgary just kept the puck, and set up scoring chances. Goof goaltender Andrew D'Agostini stole the show with 42 saves. In less than a minute, Chris Collins tied the game for the Dinos. It looked like it would be a matter of time before they would take the lead. Instead, Kris Lazaruk gave up a Pavelecian long shot from just inside the blue line about 5 minutes in. Goof were able to batten down the hatches and hang on for the win.

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NEW BRUNSWICK V-REDS 6
WINDSOR LANCERS 2


Links:
Boxscores: [CIS] : [UNB] : [Windsor]
Game Stories: [CIS] : [UNB] : [Windsor]


I saw the 2nd and 3rd periods of this one and Windsor looked like a team that could never beat the Squirrels even if they 10 or 20 chances. They seldom had the puck. They applied the OUA strategy: be drastically outshot, hope your goaltender is better than theirs, and cash in on any breaks. In the end the shots were 38-12 and if it weren't for Cam Braes' 4 goals I guess this may have gone into overtime!

UNB will now face Goof U in Saturday morning's semi-final. Will Guelph be able to hang on better than Windsor? It appeared that UNB had better finish than Bedrock, but different teams on different days can gain or lose that finishing touch. I know one thing: If Vegas gave odds on the shot clock I would bet a bundle that UNB would outshoot them by 10 or more shots.
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Mar 13: Monkeys Win, Cajuns Gag

Post by Hollywood2 » Fri Mar 13, 2015 9:23 pm

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UQTR PATRIOTES 6
ACADIA AXEMEN 5

(in overtime)

Links:
Boxscores: [CIS] : [Acadia]
Game Stories: [CIS] : [Acadia] : [OUA] : [UQTR]
Other: [Sportsnet U (w video)]


Those heinous Halihooligans are one loathsome lot. In plain view of thousands of people, 20 young men were choking to death and not ONE person lent a hand. A simple Heimlich maneuver surely would have saved some lives. Instead, the Cajuns blew leads of 3-0, 4-1, and 5-2. After two periods the score was 4-1, the shots were 26-16, and it looked like the demons of U-Cups past were about to be exorcised. But in the 3rd period the Patsies scored 4 goals on 12 shots and faster than you could say "Where's Hardy Astrom?", this game was headed into OT. And you just knew who was likeliest to win. I guess there is also something to be said about pedigree in tournaments like this. UQTR have been here before, mostly doing so-so in recent years. Acadia knows how to get here, and that's about it. They are now 0-5 in the 2000s.

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ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 5
ST. FRANCIS-XAVIER X-MEN 1


Links:
Boxscores: [CIS]
Game Stories: [CIS] : [UA] : [SFX] : [CW]


The Evil Monkeys came through with flying colours in what was anticipated to be a tough opening test. Instead they looked more like King Kong and the Jeremies were definitely short of viagra. St. F-X scored the first goal, and then they should have told the fans to leave and joined them for a pizza. The Monkeys tied the game to go into the locker room with a 1-1 tie. In the 2nd period the Monkeys outshot the Jeremies 15-1, clearly the most one-sided period in the tournament. The Apes added two goals to go ahead 3-1 after two periods. Then in the 3rd, all St. F-X could do is muster 5 measly shots. Two more Monkey goals made it 5-1 and a really easy victory. The shots were 34-13 on the night.

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10:00 am CDT / 12:00 noon ADT : New Brunswick v Guelph
2:00 pm CDT / 4:00 pm ADT : Alberta v UQTR
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Mar 14: One-sided Semis Produce Dream Final

Post by Hollywood2 » Sat Mar 14, 2015 5:55 pm

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GUELPH GRYPHONS 2
NEW BRUNSWICK VARSITY REDS 5


Links:
Boxscores: [CIS] : [UNB] : [Guelph]
Game Stories: [CIS] : [UNB] : [Guelph]


The Goof strategy seems to have run its course. Despite being outshot 33-11 after two periods, they were only down by 3-2. UNB scored twice in the final 2 minutes to make the scoreline more reflective of the game.

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UQTR PATRIOTES 1
ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 5


Links:
Boxscores: [CIS]
Game Stories: [CIS] : [U of A] : [CW]


This game also fell within the unfortunate pattern in this tournament. Two mismatched teams facing each other with one trying to keep the numbers down and hoping for a break and an edge in the goaltending. At times this made me think of those games between the Harlem Gloibetrotters and Washington Generals. Next year maybe Coach Herbers could try the water-bucket-filled-with-confetti gag, Now, UQTR scored when down 3-0 so maybe they had another comeback in them. Well, no. Needing goals to salvage the season they managed only 5 shots in the 3rd period. One overlooked aspect of the Evil MOnkeys is their ability to hold their opponent to single-digit shots in the 3rd period.

Here is some food for thought: Alberta had more trouble with UBC than any other team so far.

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Sunday finals:
Bronze - http://portal.stretchinternet.com/cis/
12:00 noon CDT / 2:00 pm ADT : Guelph v UQTR

Gold - SportsNet 360
4:30 pm CDT / 6:30 pm ADT : Alberta v UNB
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Mar 15: Monkeys win!

Post by Hollywood2 » Sun Mar 15, 2015 10:29 pm

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GUELPH GRYPHONS 3
UQTR PATRIOTES 2

(in overtime)

Links:
Boxscores: [CIS]
Game Stories: [CIS] : [OUA]


The return of the bronze medal match in U-Cup hockey! Can't say I watched. But I suppose this validates Guelph's Queen's Cup win over UQTR. I cannot imagine that UQTR had much left after their Saturday night massacre at the hands of the Monkeys.

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NEW BRUNSWICK VARSITY REDS 3
ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 6


Links:
Boxscores: [CIS] : [UNB]
Game Stories: [CIS] : [UNB] : [U of A] : [CW]


In what could have been an epic battle between #1 and #2, the Evil Monkeys showed the Squirrels that there really was no debate. The shots were 24-9. The fact that UNB was able to score on every 3rd shot shows just what the potential achilles heel was for the Monkeys.

While I did enjoy the coverage that the tournament had, there was a lack of a really good game. The closest was Acadia's choke job against UQTR. Guelph rode the hot goaltender to a win, on the afternoon of the opening day. It would have been nice for more evenly matched games to have been televised. I would guess that many casual fans would have tuned out early. As usual, sports is always a crap-shoot.
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Former Bisons Win Allan Cup

Post by Hollywood2 » Sat Apr 18, 2015 9:11 pm

Another Allan Cup for Manitoba! The South East Prairie Thunder beat the Bentley Generals 2-0 in the Allan Cup final on April 18th in Jolly Newfoundland.

Three Manitoba Bisons assistant coaches (Riley Dudar, Steve Christie, and Tyler Dittmer) played and one more (Brad Purdie) coached the SEPT.

The line-up also featured many other ‪Bison grads, namely: Mark Friesen, Brandon Lockerby, Greg Beller, Blair MacAulay, Dustin Hughes, Nick Cowan, Del Cowan, and Rob Smith.

The game was quite good. All the teams were full of guys from university and/or professional teams. It was shown live on TSN and will likely be re-run.

Links:

Team Stats: http://www.pointstreak.com/prostatstext ... cation=ufi

Pre-game notes: http://www.pointstreak.com/prostats/pre ... cation=ufi

Tournament scoreboard (with links to all scores, summaries, stats, etc.): http://www.pointstreak.com/prostats/sco ... cation=ufi

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