Andy Che

Down but far from out

When the Manitoba Bisons women’s soccer team is hit, they hit back even harder. That has been the theme for Vanessa Martinez-Lagunas’s team so far this season, highlighted by a comeback draw 1-1 in their premiere weekend and coming back twice in a 3-2 loss to Saskatchewan last week. In their western trip this weekend, the Bisons exploited their ability to respond to deficits, rescuing a point for a draw at MacEwan while stealing victory against Mount Royal.

Bisons gain momentum on the road

With a win and a draw in their premiere weekend, the Manitoba Bisons women’s soccer team left Regina and Saskatoon having gained some momentum in the CIS regular season.

History in the making

When the CIS soccer schedule was released at the beginning of the season, Bisons coach Vanessa Martinez-Lagunas circled Oct. 9 on her calendar. On that Friday evening, Manitoba will host crosstown rivals the University of Winnipeg Wesmen at Investors Group Field.

Bisons open premiere weekend in style

Speaking last Tuesday about the Manitoba Bisons’ soccer season opener against Thompson Rivers, coach Vanessa Martinez-Lagunas had already set an opening day objective for her squad.

The final countdown

The Manitoba Bisons women’s soccer team is set to kick off their 2015-16 season to the right tempo following a victory in their final preseason match, hosting Minnesota-Crookston on Friday night. A 1-0 score was enough to clinch their third win in five friendly games, before entering the competitive season next week at home against Thompson Rivers.

Bison soccer spotlight

As the CIS soccer season draws nearer, the University of Manitoba Bisons will have a collective goal in mind: to improve on last season.

Second time’s the charm?

Alexander Burmistrov’s return to the Winnipeg Jets best exemplifies both general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff’s patience with youth, as well as Burmistrov’s commitment to the franchise he calls home.

The kids on the runway

While the NHL spotlight was fixated on Connor McDavid as the inevitable number-one pick, the Winnipeg Jets welcomed eight prospects at the 2015 NHL Draft. For the third time in Thrashers-Jets history, the franchise owned two picks in the first round of the draft and did not disappoint with their selection of USHL stars Kyle Connor and Jack Roslovic.

The game continues

As Draft Day 2015 draws closer, the Winnipeg Jets will be looking to compensate for their devastating postseason exit with the selection of the next…

Killing 2 birds with 1 stone

Winnipeg Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff was likely breathing a sigh of relief when it was officially confirmed that misfit Evander Kane was traded to…