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  • As We Predicted, the Penguins Win the Final in Six Games

    June 12, 2017

    By Scott Taylor/Photo Twitter

    The Nashville Predators did not score a goal in the final 123 minutes and 23 seconds of the Stanley Cup final. And that’s why the Pittsburgh Penguins are the 2017 Stanley Cup champions. Despite all of their offensive capabilities, in the end, it was defense that locked up the Penguins second straight Cup victory.


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  • Europe, features, U Sports July 13, 2017

    Bisons Headed to United Kingdom in August

    By Johnston Hall/Photo by Jeff Miller

    University of Manitoba Bisons star Brett Stovin had an outstanding season in 2016-17, but after off-season hip surgery, he was concerned that he might not be ready for the team’s exhibition schedule. As he improved during the summer he figured he’d be ready for the team’s final pre-season game at the University of North Dakota.


  • features, NHL, Winnipeg Jets July 1, 2017

    Jets Sign Free Agent Goaltender Steve Mason

    By Scott Taylor

    Steve Mason is the newest member of the Winnipeg Jets. Brian Elliott was already off to New York while Al Montoya and Peter Budaj weren’t available so Steve Mason it is. The unrestricted free agent agreed to a two-year $8.1 million deal. Yikes.


  • brandon wheat kings, features, Manitoba NHL Players, news, NHL June 24, 2017

    Eight Manitobans Taken in 2017 NHL Draft

    By Scott Taylor/Photo by Bruce Fedyck

    Josh Brook from Roblin was the first Manitoba player selected on Day 2 of the 2017 National Hockey League’s entry draft. However, it didn’t end there. In total, six Manitobans were selected on Day 2, bringing the total number of Manitoba-born and trained players selected in the draft to eight.


  • features, Manitoba NHL Players, news, NHL, Winnipeg Jets June 24, 2017

    Patrick Goes No. 2, Glass No. 6, Vesalainen to Jets, Reaves to Pens

    By Scott Taylor/Photo by Jeff Miller

    History wasn’t made, but it was still a big night for Manitoba at the 2017 National Hockey League Entry Draft. Winnipeg’s Nolan Patrick was selected second overall by the Philadelphia Flyers, meaning that a Manitoban and/or a member of the Brandon Wheat Kings has still never been selected first overall. Still, going No. 2 overall to a Flyers team with former Wheat Kings goalie Ron Hextall as general manager and former UND head coach Dave Hakstol (who was once interested in recruiting Patrick) means that the Winnipegger’s future is very bright.