The University of Manitoba Bisons men’s basketball team saw their historic playoff run end at the Canada West Final Four. For Wyatt Anders, last weekend’s losses are also his final games in brown and gold. The co-captain discussed a few of his emotions in what was a memorable career with the herd.
Goaltending is perhaps the most elaborate position in the NHL with players, coaches, and the crowd hanging upon every save. As if it isn’t a hard enough task, the NHL is attempting to make the job more difficult.
When David Onyemata came to Winnipeg, he knew nothing about football. He had never before strapped on the pads, let alone played a down.
The University of Manitoba Bisons men’s basketball team made a historic run in 2015-16, culminating in the team’s first-ever appearance at the Canada West Final Four. Below are the top 10 moments, plays, and memories from the season.
For two young franchises with extended periods of mediocrity in recent years, a series honouring some of the NHL’s greatest players and histories of all time could prove to be beneficial for the developing stars of the modern generation.
The prospect of a professional soccer league in Canada is very exciting and would definitely be a positive for the country.
From time to time, the CIS is blessed with the presence of international stars in women’s hockey. In 2011, Canadian heroine Hayley Wickenheiser kicked off her CIS career with Calgary, while Russia’s Iya Gavrilova also joined the Dinos three years ago. This season, Venla Hovi joined the University of Manitoba Bisons from Finland.
elow are a few of the highlights from the 2015-16 campaign for each team.
The University of Manitoba Bisons volleyball teams had opposite seasons, with the men enjoying more success than the women. The men crashed out of the Canada West Final Four while the women failed to qualify for the playoffs, but both teams had positives and the Manitoban outlined some of the best moments this volleyball season – five from each team.
This week, Ryan vented about Canadian players in the NHL and how integral they’ve been on certain Stanley Cup-winning teams, while Mike provided his two cents on what he feels is the main difference between professional media compared to student journalists.