Sunday, 3 February 2008

Articles, Link

Windsor Star article on yesterday's Lancer sweep of Brock played before a crowd of 2,700 at the St. Denis Center.

Randy Phillips of the Montreal Gazette reports on yesterday's Stingers win over McGill Stingers Johnny on the spot

Chris Kallan's piece on Saint Mary's incredible 25-2 run yesterday at Charlottetown that saw the ejection of Panthers coach Matt Davies

Neate Sager takes a comprehensive look at how each of the Top 15 teams in the writer's poll fared this weekend Tracking the Top 10

Wayne Kondro's article on last night's Toronto win over Ottawa in this morning's Ottawa Citizen Gee-Gees come up short against Blues

Cleve Dheensaw of the Victoria Times-Colonist reports on last night's Alberta win over UVic Vikes lose nailbiter and another piece by Cleve on Lane Manson who has turned in his skates for the hardwood

Howard Tsumura's piece on UBC/Alberta T-Birds must get more physical

Dinos Complete 12-0 Home Slate by Wayne Thomas... With a 98-62 pasting of a Winnipeg Wesmen team playing without their star point guard, Erfan Nasajpour, the Calgary Dinos finished 12-0 in Canada West League play, and are now 17-3 with two games left next weekend in Saskatoon. 5th year Seniors Cody Darrah and Jeremy Odland, both in the starting lineup, were honoured prior to the game, and both played well in the Dinos win. Darrah scored 13 points including a last second 75 ' trey at the buzzer ending the 3rd quarter. Odland had 6 pts. and 4 rebounds, and, like Darrah, earned the praise of Head Coach Dan Vanhooren, who said " Cody and Jeremy are both 'glue guys' .... without them right now I don't think we'd be where we are. " Henry Bekkering led Dinos scoring with 25 pts., Robbie Sihota had 15 with 8 rebounds, and Jeff Price dealt out 8 assists, as Calgary scored at will against the undermanned Wesmen. Tyler Fidler counted 12 pts.for Calgary who outshot the visitors 48% - 35%, and beat the Wesmen 46-32 on the boards. The Dinos will travel to Saskatoon with the top spot in Canada West's Central Division all wrapped up, and they will play the Huskies, who will be celebrating a Senior Night to be remembered as they graduate 5 players, among them Andrew Spagrud and Kyle Grant.
Other Scores ...
Alberta 60 - at UVic 58 ... Bears complete an sweep on the coast. Alex Steele pots 27 pts. and Alberta looks to be peaking for a playoff run,
at UBC 90 - Saskatchewan 78 ... T-Birds clinch 1st in the Pacific, as they recover from Friday's loss to Alberta.
Manitoba 89 - at Lethbridge 86 ... Back and forth game ... Danhue Lawrence scores 27 pts. for 'Horns. Isaac Ansah wins it for Bisons.
Brandon 60 - at Regina 50
Simon Fraser 84 Trinity 62
UCFV 91 - TRU 72

Canada West Standings
1. Calgary - 17-3 2. Alberta - 14-6 3. Saskatchewan 11-9 4. Lethbridge - 3-17
1. UBC - 16-5 2. Victoria - 13-8 3. SFU - 12-10 4. UCFV - 11-10 5. TRU - 3-18 6. Trinity - 3-19
Great Plains
1. Brandon - 18-2 2. Regina - 9-11 3. Winnipeg - 9-11 4. Manitoba - 5-15

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