The air is getting colder and the days are getting shorter, signalling the beginning of hockey season. The Bisons men’s hockey team have already started training camp, and there is plenty to look forward to this year. Manitoba announced eight new recruits for the 2015-16 Canada West season.
This past Saturday, the Manitoba Bisons football team fell three points short in a 51-48 loss to the high-flying University of British Columbia (UBC) Thunderbirds, in a game where the herd was primarily playing catch-up.
On a rainy Friday night, the Manitoba Bisons headed into battle against the Saskatchewan Huskies and walked away 34-28 winners.
The High Performance Centre for Bison athletes is right across from the new Active Living Centre on the U of M’s Fort Garry Campus. The women’s soccer team is one of many squads taking advantage of this new facility.
The beautiful game is set to return to countries all over Europe this winter, and it should be thrilling as always. With the season looming, the Manitoban decided to give fans a look into what the four big leagues across Europe should look like come the end of the season.
It’s become a hotly debated subject, a talking point for many water cooler conversations: fighting in the NHL. Your typical traditionalist will tell you that it’s always had its place in hockey because it influences the game and pumps the teams up.
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