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January 23, 2003
  Dinos go out on a fly-by shootingPDF files may take a moment to load

The Dinos came out firing early and often this past weekend against their road weary opponents from the coast. The UBC Thunderbirds posed no threat on Friday, as the Dinos attempted to burn out the lights in the score clock. 


December 05, 2002
  Hockey hits one weekend winPDF files may take a moment to load

After an up and down weekend against the University of Manitoba Bisons, the Dinos men's hockey team completed the first half of the schedule with a respectable .500 record.

On Friday night the Dinos snuck out with a 3-2 victory, but like a fat kid on a teeter-totter they fell to the Bisons 4-2 in the rematch on Saturday night. Although the team only came out of the series with a split, there were a lot of positives to focus on.


November 28, 2002
  Dinos continue downhill slidePDF files may take a moment to load

There might not be any snow on the ground yet, but if you're a fan of the men's hockey team it might be time to pull out the toboggan.

The team is definitely on a downhill slide, and after another pair of losses this past weekend, the Dinos have dropped to .500 for the first time this season. The U of S Huskies were the ones to deliver the latest blow, as they rolled out of Calgary winning both games and stealing four points on the road.


November 14, 2002
  A battle to be the bestPDF files may take a moment to load

This past weekend's action was no Stars on Ice performance. It was a chance to see the second-ranked Dinos take on the top-ranked University of Alberta Golden Bears.

The fury started on Friday in Calgary and the Dinos were looking to steal game one from the Golden Bears with the home crowd advantage. Unfortunately, the U of A was ready and able to prevent the Dinos from stealing the game.

Alberta came out strong and outshot


November 07, 2002
  Almost picture perfectPDF files may take a moment to load

While the Dinos may not be perfect this season, they are pretty damn close.

The team continued their strong start as they rolled over the Lethbridge Pronghorns 4-1 in Calgary and came away with a single point in a 5-5 draw on the flip side of the home-and-home matchup.


October 24, 2002
  Hockey men second in CanadaPDF files may take a moment to load

Four games into the regular season, the Dinos are off to a roaring start. Calgary said thanks for coming out to the Regina Cougars as they sent them home empty handed after a pair of wins on the weekend.

Canada West Hockey Player of the Week Aaron Baker didn't want to relinquish his title, and he didn't have to. After blocking 43 of 45 shots faced this weekend and winning in both his starts, he was once again named Player of the Week.


October 17, 2002
  Hockey heats upPDF files may take a moment to load

The men's Dinos kicked off their season with a huge 4-1 victory over the Manitoba Bisons on the road. The men's hockey team looked to steal both games from the unfriendly confines of the Max Bell Centre in Winnipeg but the Dinos were heavily outshot by their opponents in the second meeting which resulted in a 1-1 tie. Calgary escaped Winnipeg having earned a big three points.


October 10, 2002
  Hello hockey fansPDF files may take a moment to load

Coming off a strong campaign last season. Head Coach Scott Atkinson still believes there are more steps his team must take to raise their game to the top of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport. With the competition tightening up this season, he is really expecting his crew to step up to the challenge and excel.



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