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Huskies still seeking home playoff game

There’s still a mystery to unwind as the University of Saskatchewan Huskies’ season — alternately running hot, cold, hot — shifts into its final scheduled game on Friday night. 353 more words


Huskies men's hockey team defeats Pronghorns 3-2 in OT

Jesse Forsberg netted the tying goal and the game winner as the University of Saskatchewan Huskies defeated the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns 3-2 in overtime in Canada West action on Friday night. 227 more words

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Football Huskies can clinch this weekend

Two weeks remain in the Canada West football regular season, and every one of the league’s six teams still have a crack at a playoff spot. 257 more words


Saskatchewan Huskies women's hockey team off to a strong start

Last year, when the Canada West Women’s hockey schedule was released, the University of Saskatchewan Huskies saw just how challenging their first few matches would be. 396 more words


In Brief: Huskies Mitch Hillis named Canada West offensive football player of the week

Mitch Hillis made a stellar return to the gridiron last Friday, leading the University of Saskatchewan Huskies to a 40-10 victory over UBC and has been named the Canada West offensive football player of the week for his efforts. 440 more words


Huskies erase skid with thrashing of UBC

The University of Saskatchewan Huskies scattered the remnants of their three-game losing streak into a wet and windy night at Griffiths Stadium.

Saskatchewan’s 40-10 Friday-night thrashing of the Vanier Cup-champion British Columbia Thunderbirds snapped that aforementioned skid, ran their record to 3-3, keeping their conference playoff hopes alive and kicking. 274 more words


Bisons no match for Dinos' offensive machine

It was a win that was punctuated by an unfortunate loss.

From start to finish, the University of Calgary Dinos football team had its way with the Manitoba Bisons on Friday night at McMahon Stadium, steadily and frequently putting points on the board while keeping Canada West’s most potent offence off the scoresheet. 530 more words