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September 22, 2005
  When a puck comes along, you must whip itPDF files may take a moment to load

A little less than half of this year's Dinos men's hockey roster will be rookies. However, they all have a strong hockey background. Many have played in the Western Hockey League--arguably the most well-rounded league when it comes to major junior hockey. Also, with 18 returnees from 2004-2005, the Dinos have the potential to do very well this season.

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August 11, 2005
  Hockey Dinos apprehend HitmenPDF files may take a moment to load

There comes a time in many men's lives when they must make an important career decision--Hitman or student? Though the choice may never arise for some, those who face it toss and turn through sleepless nights pondering the question.

Two young snipers have recently stumbled upon this crossroad and have chosen the student route­--the University of Calgary to be more specific. So don your flak jackets and lay low in September. And above all, if the names Tyrel Lucas or Brett O'Malley are uttered, run like hell.

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April 14, 2005
  Report Card: Women's HockeyPDF files may take a moment to load

Talent

Ummm... ahh... Shauna Raugust was pretty good with the most points on the team. Beth Nerland had seven goals, which is pretty neat. But with no team members in the top 15 for points in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference, there is little more to say.

Effort

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April 14, 2005
  Report Card: Men's HockeyPDF files may take a moment to load

Talent

With Scott Talbot and Donald Choukalos tending the net, the Dinos usually had little to worry about in their zone. Talbot even received the coveted University of Calgary Male Rookie of the Year Award. Forward Wade Davis was also recently awarded with the fourth and final Husky WHL Graduate of the Month Award.

Effort

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April 14, 2005
  Hockeysaurs puck offPDF files may take a moment to load

With another year through, the Dinos men's hockey team bids farewell to its graduating players. This team loses eight of its veteran players.

Bracken Kearns, a left-winger who just finished his fourth season with the Dinos was also the team's captain. Looking back, his most memorable moment was after try-outs, four years ago.

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April 07, 2005
  Four years forge good memoriesPDF files may take a moment to load

Last issue, we had the misfortune of bidding adieu to four of the Dinos women's hockey jocks. Now it's time to continue the adieuing with the remaining departees. Arranged by decreasing number of letters in their names are: Kelsey Szymanek, Shauna Raugust, Andrea Scheuer, Tiana Velestuk, Linsy Stewart, Kealy McGraw and Steph Wahl.

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March 31, 2005
  Lady hockeysaurs flee by the dozenPDF files may take a moment to load

Four years, three different coaches, two different leagues and one degree. These are a few of the adventures of the Dinos women's hockey players that spent their four years of eligibility here. These ladies built a program from near scratch and have paid homage to the hockey gods in doing so.

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March 17, 2005
  Basketballer nationally acclaimed for perseverancePDF files may take a moment to load

Some varsity athletes go through five years of Dinos glory with only stories to tell. Basketball veteran Cory Bekkering has these, but she boasts a few additional badges of pride.

For her determination when faced with adversity and dedication to the game, she was named the 2005 Tracy MacLeod Award recipient for Canadian Interuniversity Sport. And if you knew the chronicles of her last five years, you would understand why.

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March 17, 2005
  Bisons still on ice, not Dinos' barbequePDF files may take a moment to load

The Dinos men's hockey season came to a close Mar. 11-12 with consecutive losses to the University of Manitoba Bisons. Finishing fourth in the Canada West division, the Dinos did not qualify for nationals and turn their attention to next season, along with a farewell to fifth-year veterans who will be graduating this year.

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March 03, 2005
  Hockeysaurs ride T-Birds to semisPDF files may take a moment to load

It was time for the Dinos men's hockey team to bring their A-game as their playoff run began Feb. 25-26. They could not allow the results of the previous weekend--a win and tie against the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds, along with the loss of goaltender Donald Choukalos to a suspension--affect their play.

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