The coming of spring means one thing is for certain. No, not the slush and muck, and no, not the start of patio season, but…
While the men looked to lock down a bye to the second round, the women had to win to clinch a spot in the dance.
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.
Fischer had tested positive for drostanolone — an anabolic steroid similar to testosterone — that is banned under the CADP.
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.
All season the argument has been the U of M Bisons women’s hockey team is doing all the things it needs to do right but is just not getting the bounces. However, against the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds there was room for improvement.
With only the Bisons women’s hockey team in town, all eyes were on Wayne Fleming Arena. But the best action was possibly going down outside the province, as the rest of the herd travelled to Alberta and B.C. for a series of tough tests.
Some teams won big while others turned around rough starts to 2019, but all had performances of note.
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.”
Yet, with 17 goals through 15 games, the club is on pace for 29 on the season. This would put the Bisons last among teams in the conference last season.