In November, an article was published in the medical journal Neurosurgery by a team of researchers in the U.S. who reported a land mark achievement in the quest for a method to diagnose chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) in living patients.
If Ken Dryden called the shots, headshots would no longer be a part of hockey.
The Bisons controlled the pace of both games, and despite solid goaltending from the Pronghorns they were able to sweep the weekend series.
While Canada may not be able to recapture the magic of the American 1980 “Miracle on Ice,” it may be time for U SPORTS and Hockey Canada to start believing in miracles.
This weekend the fourth-ranked University of Manitoba women’s hockey team looked to keep rolling, with a series against the University of Regina Cougars.
With the soccer season winding down and conference titles doled out this weekend, it is time for soccer fans to turn their attention toward the U SPORTS National Championship.
Health is not a numbers game: we need to look at how nurses are bearing the brunt of these changes.
There was a plethora of University of Manitoba teams away from the familiar confines of the Wayne Fleming Arena or IGAC this weekend.
The game was back and forth, but the Thunderbirds pulled off a 17-16 win, spoiling Manitoba’s home finale.
The University of Manitoba women’s soccer and women’s hockey teams were on the road in Saskatchewan this weekend.