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    Default Jan 11: Yabba Dabba Doo! Another Split!

    The Saturday afternoon games were playoff-style battles, whilst the night games were crazy wild-west shootouts. Here are the details.


    MANITOBA BISONS 2
    CALGARY DINOSAURS 1


    Links:
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    Stories/boxscores/video: [UofC] : [rp @UofM]


    The Bisons have now split 9 of their 10 series played to date. From mid-way through the 1st period through the end of the 2nd period, they held a decisive edge in play, and a 2-0 lead. Bedrock U started the 3rd period on a PP, came within one on Vanstone's goal (Vanstone, meet Tim Vanstone ...), applied lots of pressure, but never did even the scores. Riley Lamb was back in goal and stopped 38 of 39 shots for the win. Colton Veloso had both Bison goals, and a skate to the chin. Bedrock U stuck with Matthew Greenfield in goal, and he stopped 26 of 28 to take the loss.

    Quick Summary
    1st 17:08 MAN Colton Veloso (6) ASST: None
    2nd 12:37 MAN Colton Veloso (7) ASST: Skoleski Christensen (PP)
    3rd 03:39 CGY Tim Vanstone (4) ASST: Elder Alfaro (PP)

    So on the weekend, Veloso got 3 goals and Skoleski 4 assists. Next week the Herd is off to British California. Next home action is against Regina on January 24th and 25th.



    OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD


    U.B.C. THUNDERBIRDS 1
    REGINA COUGARS 2

    (in overtime)

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    Funny what a 4-game winning streak will do. Is Pussy Power the big thing for the 20's? Well, before get too excited all these wins came against the other bottom-of-the-table teams. Still, all the Banjo-Cats need to do is match UBC and Lethbridge and they'll have their first playoff berth since 2013.

    In this one, the Kittens did not shut down the T-irds as on Friday night. Instead they relied on Brandon Holtby to stop 41 of 42 shots for the win. UBC switched to Patrick Dea in net, and he stopped 31 of 33 in defeat, still a good night's work. In the opening frame, UBC led 1-0 after outshooting Regina 13-6. In the 2nd, Regina turned the tables, outshooting UBC 10-5 and it was tied 1-1. UBC dominated the 3rd period and 1st overtime, with a 24-16 lead in shots. However, in 3-on-3 Regina scored on the only shot.



    SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 8
    LETHBRIDGE PRONGHORNS 5


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    After the Mutts personified the A Team in lambasting the Hørny Ønes on Friday night, this was more of a Dukes of Hazard, without Daisy Duke. It certainly was no Fantasy Island for either coach. After two periods, it was a 4-4 game, and Sask had outshot Lethbridge 34-28. The Mutts exploded in the 3rd period to turn a toss-up into a route. Sask switched goaltenders, starting Travis Child. He stopped 35 of 40 shots for the win. Lethbridge started Taz Burman, who stopped 32 of 38 in defeat, Jack Burgart stopped 11 of 12 in relief. Sask was led up front by Colin Shirley with a hat-trick. So the teams combined for 91 shots. Ugh!



    ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 7
    MOUNT ROYAL COUGARS 3


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    This weekend was clearly the low-point of the Bluegars' season. It was a surpise to me. As shocking as was the final score, the fact that it was 6-3 after the 1st period is the big shocker. The Monkeys built a 4-1 lead before I started watching this one. Then MRU scored twice and it seemed the game would unfold in a somewhat normal manner. But noooooooooooooooo! The Evil Monkeys popped in two more for as 9-goal period. Monkey started Brendan Burke was yanked in the midst of this Gong Show, making just 4 saves on 7 shots. Matt Berlin came in to stop all 16 shots he faced. At the other end, Wyatt Hoflin was yanked after 12 saves on 18 shots. Riley Morris came on with 26 saves on 27 shots. Cole Sanford's hat-trick led the way for the Apes.


    STANDINGS



    OUT EAST


    Sat Jan 11 New Brunswick 7 Moncton 3
    Sat Jan 11 St. F.X. 1 Saint Mary's 5


    Sat Jan 11 Waterloo 2 Windsor 1 (so)
    Sat Jan 11 Brock 4 W. Ontario 2
    Sat Jan 11 UQTR 1 Ottawa 5
    Sat Jan 11 Ryerson 1 Laurier 3
    Sat Jan 11 Lakehead 3 York 2
    Sat Jan 11 Toronto 8 Guelph 2
    Sat Jan 11 RMC 3 Laurentian 5
    Sat Jan 11 Carleton 4 Concordia 3 (ot)

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    ➤ [OUA LS Daily]
    ➤ [AUS S&R]



    NEXT UP

    CANADA WEST
    Fri Jan 17 Manitoba at UBC
    Fri Jan 17 Regina at Mount Royal
    Fri Jan 17 Saskatchewan at Calgary
    Fri Jan 17 Lethbridge at Alberta

    ONTARIO
    Sun Jan 12 RMC at Laurentian
    Sun Jan 12 UQTR at Ottawa
    Sun Jan 12 McGill at Ontario Tech
    Sun Jan 12 Queen's at Nipissing
    Wed Jan 15 Concordia at UQTR
    Thu Jan 16 Guelph at Brock

    ATLANTIC
    Tue Jan 14 New Brunswick at UPEI - ppd from Nov 16
    Wed Jan 15 Dalhousie at St. F.X.
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