With a playoff spot locked and a matchup set, the path to a potential championship is becoming clearer and clearer.
Trouble appears to be popping up across the junior hockey landscape in Manitoba.
The Bisons blanked the Huskies 3-0 on Friday and won the rematch 3-1 on Saturday.
Former players from the WHL, the OHL, and the QMJHL are coming together to take on their governing body, the Canadian Hockey League (CHL).
The Bisons won 4-3 on Friday night but fell 7-6 in overtime on Saturday afternoon.
Manitoba won 4-2 on Friday night and edged the Dinos 2-1 on Saturday; the Bisons now sit in second place in the Canada West, eight points behind UBC.
Hayley Wickenheiser was one of the greatest Canadians to ever play the game of hockey.
The Bisons won 5-1 on Friday night, then blanked the Pronghorns on Saturday 5-0.
The tournament – which runs from Jan. 28 to Feb. 8 – is the 28th edition of the Winter Universiade, and will see 122 Canadian hopefuls representing their country.
The Bisons won 2-0 on Friday night, but fell 4-3 on Saturday afternoon.