Category: Sports

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Top headlines of 2011

Todd Colin Vaughan Sports Editor   The year of 2011 was a groundbreaking year for Cougar Athletics. Not only did teams perform beyond expectations, but Mount Royal University also gained notoriety as a premier...

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World Juniors results

Drew Henn Contributor   This year’s world juniors tournament was served up to the world like a hunk of Alberta beef.   The annual hockey tournament was jointly hosted by Edmonton and Calgary. The...

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Don’t take the fight out of the game

SAIT/MRU game shows why fighting is a must   Bryce Forbes Sports Editor   I love fights. All levels. All the time. The SAIT Trojans and Mount Royal Cougars men’s hockey teams fought an...

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Cougars take on Russians

Womens lose to squad in exhibition match-up   Bryce Forbes Sports Editor   In a country with only 530 women hockey players, the Russian national team stands tall. Currently sitting fifth in the world...

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First Semester Report Card

Graded by: Bryce Forbes, Sports Editor   HOCKEY MENS — A For the men’s hockey team, it’s a season of about seven steps forward but one giant step back. After playing near-perfect hockey for...

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Fear the red and white

Alberta plays host to world juniors   Bryce Forbes Sports Editor   Calgarians best gift comes after Christmas this year. It’s not Olympic-level competition, but the World Junior Hockey Championships will bring a level...

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Volleyball squad nearly perfect

Team defending national title in final year   Kyle Pura Contributor   Last year was memorable for Mount Royal University’s women’s volleyball squad.   The 2010/11 campaign saw the Cougars defeating Grande Prairie College...

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Wacky CFL season coming to a close

Tate’s starting gig among strange moments this year   Bryce Forbes Sports Editor   It’s been a hell of a CFL season.   In my lifetime, I can’t remember another year with as many...

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Championship rematch

Bryce Forbes Sports Editor   It’s on.   For the first time since the Mount Royal University Cougars skated off SAIT’s ice with the ACAC Hockey Championship held high last April, the two teams...