Entering the gates of Hell-ebuyck

IceCaps goaltender proving invaluable in Jets pipeline

The 2014-15 season is proving to be an impressive campaign for Winnipeg Jets goaltenders. Starter Ondrej Pavelec’s form has reached commendable heights through the first half, posting the best numbers in his career. Michael Hutchinson has been giving Pavelec a run for the starter’s job and is arguably the better of the two goaltenders, ranking […]

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Covering the spread

Thoughts on the upcoming Super Bowl, and the events surrounding it

When my mom asks me about a story in the NFL I know it must be a big deal. Larger than the Dez catch, the Seahawks comeback or even the Super Bowl itself, Deflate-Gate has taken on a life of its own. This week NFL investigators found 11 of the Patriots’ 12 footballs used in […]

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Prying for position

Men’s hockey splits series with UBC, still one point back

Returning from winter break, the University of Manitoba Bisons and UBC Thunderbirds found themselves right beside each other in the standings. The Thunderbirds held a one-point lead for the fifth spot, and that didn’t change this past weekend as the two squads split the opening series of 2015. Showing their resilience, the Bisons overcame a […]

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Big Horn Breakdown

New year, new cheer

A popular trend around this time of year is the “New Year’s resolution.” Most of you will likely be recommitting yourselves to the gym or healthier diets. In case you didn’t know, if you paid your tuition this semester, you now have access to the gym facilities, so get cracking! I’ve got another resolution for […]

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Graphic of Eric Comrie, by Andy Che

International flight

Reviewing the 6 Winnipeg Jets prospects at the 2015 World Junior Championships

The Winnipeg Jets must be pleased with the performances of their six prospects at the 2015 World Junior Championships. Six is the most out of any NHL team.   Introduction In 2012, Nic Petan and Josh Morrissey played a role in Canada’s gold medal win at the U18 Ivan Hlinka Tournament, one year prior to […]

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Yakking with Yantz

Discussing end-of-season plans

It seems like just yesterday that Jordan Yantz took his first snap as starting quarterback of the University of Manitoba Bison football team. In reality, it was over two years ago, and the Regina native has accomplished many feats within that timespan for Manitoba. From helping lead the team to their first playoff win since […]

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Graphic by Devon Kerslake

Bison Briefs

Winter break updates

Three’s the magic number The Bison men’s basketball team placed third at the48th annual Wesmen Classic for the second year in a row. The University of Alberta Golden Bears took first place after defeating our city rivals and tournament hosts, the University of Winnipeg. In quarter-final action, the Bisons defeated the University of Regina Cougars […]

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Following the herd

Mid-season report

With each Bison team taking a month off for the winter break, the Manitoban decided it was an ideal time to see how each team is doing heading into the second half of the season.   Men’s basketball Record: 8-2 Record in last six games: 5-1 Team leader in rebounds per game: Wyatt Anders (11.5, […]

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Grabbing momentum

Hynes records first win as women's basketball head coach, men sweep Lethbridge

The final weekend before the winter break was a successful one for the University of Manitoba Bisons basketball program, as the men took both games at home against visiting Lethbridge, while the women secured their first victory of the 2014/15 campaign.   Women After losing by 23 on Friday night, Manitoba bounced back in a […]

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Lord of the crease: the two towers

Top ranked goalies square off

With the clock ticking down on the first half of the regular season, the University of Manitoba Bisons welcomed the Alberta Pandas to town. Heading into the game, the Bisons were riding a two-game win streak and sitting in a four-way tie for first place. UBC, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and Manitoba all started Friday night with […]

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