Fifth-year guard Browne has taken on a leadership role in his final season, and has proven that he can lead on — and off — the court.
It was win and you’re in for the U of M Bisons men’s hockey team over the weekend. But, after a pair of back-to-back losses…
With 10 first-year players on the roster, the team has an exciting future to look forward to past the struggles of the current season.
The playoffs are approaching and the U of M Bisons men’s hockey team will have to fight to stay in the mix after a tough weekend.
The stretch run is here and the U of M Bisons women’s hockey team is trying to keep pace. The Bisons hosted the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds for an all-important two-game set over the weekend.
Taken second overall in the 2018 WHL bantam draft, expectations were high for the local blueliner, and early on he is having an exceptional season.
Losers of eight of its last nine games, the U of M Bisons women’s hockey team did its best John Wick impression over the weekend, telling the rest of Canada West, “Yeah, I’m thinking I’m back.”
The Bisons were led by goaltender Tyler Brown in a game-one loss, and a three-goal second period propelled the herd to a victory over the Golden Bears in game two.