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By Chris Pedersen

Men’s hockey

The University of Calgary Dinos men’s hockey team were unable to take a win away from their two-game series in Regina.

They lost their Saturday game 3-0 and then followed that up with a 6-2 loss on Sunday, to bring their winless streak to four.

The men are in last place and face an uphill battle for a playoff position with eight games remaining.

Their next challenge is this weekend when they host a two-game series against the University of Saskatchewan Huskies on Jan. 30-31. Both games are at Father David Bauer Arena and start at 7 p.m.

Women’s volleyball

The women’s volleyball team split the weekend series with the University of Brandon Bobcats winning Friday’s game 3-1 and then losing Saturday’s game 3-0. The Dinos sit in second place in the Canada West division. Their next match is versus Thompson Rivers on Jan. 30-31 at the Jack Simpson Gym.

Men’s volleyball

The men’s volleyball team faced a tough test this weekend in Brandon and came up short.

They lost their first match 3–0 on Friday night and followed that up with a 3–1 loss on Saturday. The men play Thompson River on Jan. 30–31 at the Jack Simpson Gym.

Women’s basketball

The women’s basketball team split their weekend series as they were unable to defeat the Simon Fraser Clan, losing 86–52. They avenged this loss with a convincing 85-63 win over Trinity Western on Saturday. The next challenge for the Dinos is against Victoria on Jan. 30 and UBC on Jan.31.

NHL All-Star game

Montreal hosted the 57th NHL All-Star game. The Eastern Conference defeated the Western Conference 12–11 in a shootout.

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