With the 2015-16 publication year and my time at the Manitoban both coming to a close, now seems as good a time as any to…
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.
The loss, coupled with a Thompson Rivers victory over the CIS nationals hosting UBC Thunderbirds earlier that same evening, meant that the Bisons’ chances of making it to the big dance were officially eliminated by the end of day one.
The University of Manitoba Bisons men’s basketball team accomplished a huge feat this past weekend, winning their first playoff series since the 2000-01 season.
This week is an NHL edition of hot takes, as Ryan discusses why fans shouldn’t be too upset with the Winnipeg Jets’ current record and Mike provides his input on having spotters at NHL games to try and identify concussion symptoms among players.
Swimming-wise, both Perron and Moors will head off to the Olympic trials in just over a month , and each have stated that will likely be the final event in their competitive swimming careers.
This past week, Mike and Ryan chatted about the possibility of hitting in women’s hockey and the lack of coverage of amateur athletes at the CIS level.
The Manitoban caught up with Wyatt Anders to get his thoughts on what the post-season may have in store for the herd, starting on March 3.
As a former member of the Bisons men’s basketball team, Isaac Ansah understands the importance of proper recovery after a game
Manitoba’s 15-win campaign was good enough for third place in the conference, and the Bisons will now host the Fraser Valley Cascades next weekend in a quarterfinal matchup at Investors Group Athletic Centre.