ROENICK TO SPEAK AT OFF THE LEASH
?The Huskie Hockey Alumni announced NHL legend Jeremy Roenick as the guest speaker for the 3rd Annual Off The Leash Luncheon set for October 21.
HUSKIE ALUM NAMED DALLAS STARS HEAD COACH
The NHL's Dallas Stars hired former University of Saskatchewan Huskie men's hockey player Glen Gulutzan to be their next coach on Friday, hoping his success with their top affiliate will continue in the NHL.
MEN'S HOCKEY MOVES TO CUC FOR FOUR GAMES
?Huskie Athletics is pleased to announce the University of Saskatchewan men?s hockey team, presented by Prairie Mobile Communications, will play four games in Saskatoon?s Credit Union Centre this season.
CANADA WEST MEN'S HOCKEY PRESEASON POLL
EDMONTON ? The University of Alberta Golden Bears, Dr. W.G. Hardy Trophy winners as Canada West champions the last four years, and 10 of the last 11, are heavily favoured to repeat according to results of a 2011-12 preseason coaches? poll. With coaches not permitted to vote for their own school, Alberta received five of a possible six first-place votes, with the Calgary Dinos coming out on top in two ballots.
CANADA WEST MEN'S HOCKEY SEASON PREVIEW
After a surprising exit in the first round of the playoffs for the second straight season, the University of Saskatchewan Huskies are ready to turn the tides back in their favour.
HUSKIES OPEN SEASON WITH WIN OVER 'HORNS
Lethbridge ? On the strength of three goals in a span of 4:23 the Saskatchewan Huskies opened the 2011-2012 Canada West season with an impressive 5-2 win over the Lethbridge Pronghorns.
HUSKIES MEET COUGARS IN HOME-AND-HOME
?Showing an explosive offence in Week 1, the University of Saskatchewan Huskie men?s hockey team will look to continue that momentum in a weekend home-and-home series with the University of Regina Cougars.
HUSKIES SCORE FIVE IN WIN OVER COUGARS
?REGINA, Sask. - The University of Regina?s men?s hockey team suffered a 5-2 loss to the University of Saskatchewan Huskies in the Cougars? Canada West home opener at the Co-operators Centre on Friday evening.
CIS MEN'S HOCKEY TOP 10
?OTTAWA (CIS) ? The reigning national champion University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds top the first CIS men?s hockey poll of the 2011-12 season.
HUSKIES FACE LETHBRIDGE AT CUC
?Putting their perfect Canada West record on the line, the University of Saskatchewan Huskie men?s hockey team will make a venue switch for this weekend?s games against the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns.
SUSPENDED GAME TO BE PLAYED IN JANUARY
EDMONTON ? The University of Saskatchewan Huskies and Lethbridge Pronghorns have mutually agreed to resume play in their suspended Canada West men?s hockey game on January 6, 2012 at Nicholas Sheran Arena in Lethbridge, Alta.
BOWLES SAVES 30 IN WIN OVER HUSKIES
?University of Lethbridge Pronghorn netminder Scott Bowles stopped 30 shots en route to a 3-1 win over the University of Saskatchewan Huskies in Saskatoon?s Credit Union Centre Friday.
BORTIS SCORES OT WINNER
?Kyle Bortis scored with just six seconds left in overtime to lead the University of Saskatchewan Huskies to a 3-2 win over the visiting University of Lethbridge Pronghorns Saturday night in Saskatoon?s Credit Union Centre.
CIS MEN'S HOCKEY TOP 10
OTTAWA (CIS) ? The reigning national champion University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds top the CIS men?s hockey rankings for the second time in as many polls this season.
HUSKIES DOWN BEARS IN A SHOOTOUT
?Despite outshooting and out chancing the No.5 ranked Saskatchewan Huskies, the Alberta Golden Bears hockey team suffered another one goal loss, this time a 5-4 shootout decision Friday night at Clare Drake Arena in Edmonton.
BEARS BEAT HUSKIES IN OT
?In their sixth straight one-goal game, including four that needed extra time and then some, the Alberta Golden Bears took a 2-1 double-overtime decision against the No.5 Saskatchewan Huskies, Saturday night at Clare Drake Arena in Edmonton.
HUSKIES PUT FIRST PLACE ON THE LINE
?Putting their first place Canada West record on the line, the University of Saskatchewan Huskie men?s hockey team will host the University of Manitoba Bisons in a weekend series.
HULAK NETS OT WINNER
?University of Saskatchewan foward Derek Hulak tallied the overtime game winner for the Huskies in a 5-4 decision over the University of Manitoba Bisons Friday night in Saskatoon?s Rutherford Rink.
HUSKIES COMPLETE SWEEP OF BISONS
?With a goal on a deflection, the No. 3 ranked University of Saskatchewan Huskies defeated the visiting No. 4 ranked University of Manitoba Bisons 2-1 in Saskatoon?s Rutherford Rink Saturday night.
BORTIS NAMED WHL GRADUATE OF THE MONTH
?CANADA WEST - The Canada West Universities Athletic Association and Western Hockey League are proud to announce that University of Saskatchewan left-winger and former Calgary Hitmen player Kyle Bortis is the Canada West men?s hockey Husky-WHL Graduate of the Month for October 2011.
PAIR OF THIRD PERIOD GOALS LIFTS DINOS
?CALGARY - A rally in the final frame by the University of Calgary Dinos secured a 3-2 victory over the University of Saskatchewan Huskies to kick off a two-game set at Father David Bauer on Friday night.
DINOS NIP HUSKIES IN OT
?CALGARY ? Reid Jorgensen scored 30 seconds into overtime as the Calgary Dinos completed a weekend sweep of the No. 3 Saskatchewan Huskies with a 4-3 win Saturday night at Father David Bauer Arena.
HUSKIES AIM TO GET BACK ON TRACK
After suffering their first sweep of the season, the No. 7 ranked University of Saskatchewan Huskies will aim to get back on track in a series against the UBC Thunderbirds on the weekend.
BORTIS NETS TWO IN VICTORY
?Kyle Bortis netted two goals to lead the University of Saskatchewan Huskies to a 4-2 victory over the UBC Thunderbirds Friday night at the PAC in Saskatoon.
HUSKIES SWEEP T-BIRDS
?For the second straight night, University of Saskatchewan forward Kyle Bortis netted two goals to lift the Huskies to a 4-2 victory over the visiting UBC Thunderbirds Saturday night in Saskatoon?s Rutherford Rink.
HUSKIES WIN FOURTH STRAIGHT
SASKATOON ? With a 62-49 victory over the visiting Trinity Western University Spartans, the No. 6 ranked University of Saskatchewan Huskies extended their win streak to four games Saturday night at the PAC in Saskatoon.