Category: Game

Pandas Play at Home

The Pandas are on home ice against the Lethbridge Pronghorns this weekend. The Pandas are coming off a rough finish from last weekend and are looking to rebound against a team that’s right on their heels in the standings. The Pronghorns have a really good chance at becoming a playoff contender this weekend, if they …

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Bears Move On

The Bears won their series against the Dinos 2-0. Torrie Dyck has the most points for the team with 4. Johnny Lazo got 2 goals in the first game and an assist, but was silenced on Saturday giving him three points in his two games. On top of Greg Gardner scoring an amazing goal (post below) the …

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“An Absolutely Dirty Dangle!”

Greg Gardner Scores in the second with style to build the lead. The Bears would win the series with a 2-0 game. They didn’t allow a goal all series. Mucha has had a shut-out in his past 14 periods played (excluding shoot-outs).

The Good and the Bad

The Bad: This will be the worst ever finish for the Pandas, third. The Good: The Pandas will play their first play-off series at home (either Saskatchewan or Manitoba) Plus the Pandas will finish third IF they win tonight. They have a better GF/GA by +11. The third placed UBC Thunderbirds will play the fourth placed Pandas …

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One point, two games

The Pandas, 33 points, are facing the UBC Thunderbirds, 34 points, in a battle for third place. Right now it appears as though the Pandas will finish the season in the lowest seed ever. Third. Or fourth. The Pandas need two wins this week-end to propel themselves into potentially second but most likely third. If the Regina Cougars …

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Great Uniforms, Great Cause, Great Game!

The Pandas have a hugely important week-end agaisnt the first placed Dinos. The Dinos, who currently sit atop the Pandas by six points, have become a very popular team after the addition of Hayley Wickenheiser. The Former Captain of Canada’s womens team captain has not played the full the season this year, (trying to rest, not due to injury) …

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A Show of Skill

The Bears took it to the Team Canada Juniors beating them by a solid 4-1 margin. This was a huge game for the Bears as it was a chance to show Canada just how much talent they really have. Playing against Canada’s best 19 and 20 year olds. The Bears squad (Ranging from 19 to 25 years …

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The First Says It All!

Last Saturday night, the Bears didn’t really need to show up for the last two periods, they showed MRU not to mess around by the end of the first. The Bears had a clear 5-0 lead after the first period buzzer sounded. The Bears scored just over three minutes in, and rounded-out the period their …

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The Bears Don’t Need Forwards

When you have a goalie who can score all your goals for you it doesn’t matter wether or not you have Johnny Lazo and Jordan Hickmott. You can just have your goalie do all the work! On Friday night Mucha broke a CIS record becoming the first ever goalie to score a goal during a …

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Successful would be an understatement!

The Pandas had a much needed stat to the season. Two wins against a well-known and incredibly challenging opponent: the Manitoba Bisons (2-1 on Friday and 3-1 on Saturday). Although the Bisons did not perform to the best of their abilities last season (finishing 5th), that does not put them out of contention for this season. My predictions: Lethbridge …

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