Tuesday, March 12, 2013

University Cup Preview

The CIS' preview of the 51st annual University Cup tournament can be found below. We would also like to note that all 7 games of the tournament will be broadcast by the University of New Brunswick's CHSR-FM, which you can access either through your radio dial (97.9 FM with Nick Murray and Dave Kilfoil), online (chsrfm.ca), or throughout New Brunswick on Rogers Digital Cable (channel 946). Also, all 7 games will be web-cast on www.cis-sic.tv with the final 3 contests (both Saturday games and Sunday's final) broadcast by Rogers Sportsnet.



OTTAWA (CIS) – The University of Alberta men’s hockey program is celebrating its 100th season this year and the top-seeded Golden Bears would like nothing more than to cap off their centennial campaign by claiming a national title in the home city of their archrivals.

The PotashCorp University Cup, presented by Co-op, gets underway Thursday at the Credit Union Centre in Saskatoon and culminates Sunday at 5:30 p.m. Central Time with the gold-medal final, live on Sportsnet ONE.
Sportsnet also has live coverage of the final day of pool play, on Saturday, with contests scheduled for 1:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. CT. All seven matches from the championship will also be webcast live on www.CIS-SIC.tv.

Joining the Canada West champion Golden Bears in Saskatoon this week will be the second-seeded UNB Varsity Reds (AUS champs), No. 3 UQTR Patriotes (OUA champs), No. 4 Saint Mary’s Huskies (AUS finalists), No. 5 and tournament host Saskatchewan Huskies (Canada West finalists), as well as the No. 6 Waterloo Warriors (OUA finalists).

The puck officially drops Thursday at 1 p.m. with the pool A opener between Alberta and Waterloo. UNB and Saskatchewan battle in pool B at 7:20 p.m., following the opening ceremonies.

Saint Mary’s (pool A) and UQTR (pool B) will face the losing teams from Day 1 on Friday and the winners on Saturday. The top finisher in each group advances to the championship match.

New CIS champions will be crowned on Sunday as the McGill Redmen, who a year ago captured the first University Cup title in school history thanks to a thrilling overtime triumph against Western, were eliminated last month in the first round of the OUA playoffs.

The 51st University Cup tourney features five usual suspects and a new kid on the block.

Alberta is making its CIS-leading 36th appearance and has claimed a record 13 titles; UNB, UQTR and Saskatchewan all return from last year’s competition and have combined for nine banners and 46 appearances since 1963; Saint Mary’s has skated in five national finals over the years and finally earned its first ring in 2010.

And then there are the OUA runner-up Warriors. Waterloo is back at the big dance for the first time since 1996, when the championship was played under a Final Four format. Though they are far from University Cup regulars, with only three appearances before this season, the Warriors do have a CIS title to their credit, from way back in 1974.

Brian Bourque, in his eighth campaign behind the Waterloo bench, will not be the only head coach making his U Cup debut this week however, as Alberta and UQTR both hired new mentors in the off-season in Ian Herbers and Gilles Bouchard.

It has already been quite the anniversary season for the top-ranked Golden Bears. On February 8th in Vancouver, thanks to a 2-0 shutout against UBC, they became the first team in Canadian university hockey history to reach the 1000th win plateau in conference play. Less than a month later, on March 3rd, they defeated archrival Saskatchewan 5-2 in the third and decisive game of the league final to capture their 50th Canada West banner.

The 2012-13 Bears have been dominant both offensively and defensively. Their 4.14 goals per contest in conference action were tops in Canada West and ranked second in the country, while their defence was second to none, allowing a remarkable 1.59 goals per game, almost half a goal less than second-place UNB (2.05).

Good defence starts with good goaltending, and no netminder has been better in recent weeks than Kurtis Mucha. The former Kamloops Blazer, who had shared the crease with Réal Cyr – last season’s CIS goalie of the year – for most of the campaign, went a CIS-record streak of 335:06 minutes without allowing a goal from the end of the regular season to his fourth outing of the playoffs, including a mindboggling five straight whitewashes.

The native of Sherwood Park, Alta., had already etched his name in the Canada West record books last fall, on Oct. 26th, when he became the first goalie in conference history to be credited with a goal in a 7-1 win over Lethbridge.

“We have worked hard all season as a team to give ourselves a chance to win a national title. We know we are going to have to raise our level of play to accomplish this final step,” said new U of A bench boss Herbers, a former Golden Bears captain and University Cup champion in 1992. “There are six very good teams from across Canada at the tournament, any of which can win the title. We are looking forward to the challenge. There will be exciting CIS hockey to watch this tournament, great for hockey fans.”

Alberta’s opponents in pool A, Saint Mary’s and Waterloo, took different paths to reach the end-of-the-year tournament.

The Huskies were one of the top-ranked teams in the country all season and finished second in the ultra-competitive Atlantic conference with a solid 18-7-3 mark. Led by league MVP Lucas Bloodoff (20-18-38 in 28 GP) and offensive-minded rearguard Mike D’Orazio (3-27-30 in 28 GP), Saint Mary’s then pushed perennial powerhouse UNB to the limit in the best-of-three AUS championship series.

“It is an incredible accomplishment to get here but five of the six teams leave disappointed,” said AUS coach of the year Trevor Stienburg. “Trying to be that one team consumes us all right now.”

The Warriors, on the other hand, took the sixth playoff spot (out of eight) in the OUA West with a 12-11-5 record and stumbled to the finish line with only three wins in 12 league contests after Christmas. Led by CIS scoring champion Justin Larson (17-28-45 in 28 GP), they got hot at the right time and posted a 6-2 post-season record, including a 2-1 series win over first-place Western in the OUA West semis.

“This is a great step for our program. The berth has created a lot of excitement within our alumni group, on campus and in the community,” Bourque said. “We know the level of hockey increases with every game and we are excited for the opportunity to compete with the top teams in the country.”

In pool B, it should be a dog fight between three teams that have spent most of the season in the higher portion of the national rankings, including a pair of conference champs and a tournament host desperately seeking to put an end to a 30-year title drought in front of its home fans.

UNB was, well, UNB-like this season.

The V-Reds once again finished atop the AUS standings with a superb 23-5-0 record before going 5-2 in the playoffs en route to claiming the conference banner. After sharing the net with veteran Travis Fullerton during league play, Dan LaCosta stepped it up a notch in the post-season with a 1.76 goals against average, a .927 save percentage and two shutouts in seven starts.

Let’s not forget, also, that 2013 is an uneven year. Thirteen-year head coach Gardiner MacDougall guided his troops to the University Cup title in 2007, 2009 and 2011.

“We are very excited about the opportunity to represent the University of New Brunswick and the AUS at the CIS national championship. It is always a real privilege and a special opportunity to face off against the top teams in the country,” MacDougall said. “We recognize the passion that the Province of Saskatchewan brings to the hockey world and we are looking forward to the challenge ahead over the next few days.”

If a team looks to be equipped to test the stingy New Brunswick defence, it is UQTR. The Patriotes tied Saint Mary’s for the fourth best offensive mark in the country during the regular season with 3.89 goals per contest, thanks in large part to forward Félix Petit (11-32-43 in 28 GP), who finished second in CIS scoring, and blueliner Pierre-Luc Lessard (5-26-31 in 28 GP), the top-scoring defenceman in the nation.

The four-time University Cup champions almost didn’t make it to Saskatoon however as they needed a goal by freshman Pierre-Olivier Morin 4:17 into the fourth OT period to edge Carleton by 2-1 in Game 3 of the best-of-three OUA East final. The Patriotes went on to beat Waterloo 4-1 in the single-game Queen’s Cup championship match.

“We’re very happy with our season so far. We’ve progressed well both individually and collectively,” Bouchard said. “We have a lot of leadership on this team and it has been a big part of our success. Guys like Pierre-Luc on defence and Félix on offence will definitely play a key role if we’re going to go far in the tournament. We’re very optimistic going in because the guys faced a lot of adversity in the playoffs, so we know they’re ready for another challenge.”

As for tournament host Saskatchewan, head coach Dave Adolph hopes to do some celebrating of his own on Sunday as a national title in front of the Huskies’ fans would no doubt be a nice way to cap off his 20th season at the helm.

Led by Canada West scoring champ Kyle Bortis (10-26-36 in 28 GP), the Huskies proved all season they can compete with the best of them, defeating archrival Alberta three times in eight duels – including a trio of one-goal losses - and also reaching the top of the national rankings in late October.

“After a year of preparation the PotashCorp University Cup presented by Co-op is just days away. Our men’s hockey team has watched all the efforts being put into this event and want to represent our school, the host organizing committee and chairman Grant Kook well,” said Adolph, who was co-captain of the only Huskies squad to claim the CIS title, back in 1983. “We are in a very challenging pool with two conference champions and will have to be at our very best every shift to be successful.”

PARTICIPATING TEAMS

NO. 1 ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS

Team statistics
Head Coach: Ian Herbers (1st season)
Regular season record: 23-4-1
Regular season standing: 1st Canada West
Playoff record: 4-1
Playoff finish: Canada West champions
Overall record vs. CIS teams: 31-6
Overall record vs. U Cup teams: 5-3 vs. Saskatchewan
Top 10 final ranking (March 12): No. 1
Top 10 best ranking: No. 1 (11 polls)
Top 10 number of weeks ranked (19 polls): 19
National ranking (offence): 2nd (4.14)
National ranking (defence): 1st (1.59)

Individual statistics
Conference award winners: Jesse Craige (defenceman), Jordan Hickmott (most sportsmanlike), Greg Gardner (hockey, academics & citizenship), Ian Herbers (coach)
Conference 1st team all-stars: Kurtis Mucha (G), Jesse Craige (D), Jordan Hickmott (F)
Conference 2nd team all-stars: Thomas Carr (D), Johnny Lazo (F)
Conference all-rookie team: No all-rookie team in Canada West
Season leader (points): Jordan Hickmott, 15-20-35 (28 GP)
Season leader (goals): Jordan Hickmott, 15 (28 GP)
Season leader (assists): Jessie Craige, 23 (27 GP)
Season leader (points by defenceman): Jessie Craige, 1-23-24 (27 GP)
Season leader (goalie): Kurtis Mucha (17 GP, 14-2, 3 SHO, 1.30 GAA, .936 SV%)
Season leader (goalie): Réal Cyr (12 GP, 9-3, 1 SHO, 2.02 GAA, .909 SV%)
Playoff leader (points): Johnny Lazo, 4-4-8 (5 GP)
Playoff leader (goals): Johnny Lazo, 4 (5 GP)
Playoff leader (assists): Torrie Dyck, 6 (5 GP)
Playoff leader (points by defenceman): Jessie Craige, 0-4-4 (5 GP)
Playoff leader (goalie): Kurtis Mucha (5 GP, 4-1, 3 SHO, 1.39 GAA, .942 SV%)

University Cup history (since 1963)
Appearances (including 2013): 36th
First appearance: 1964
Last appearance: 2011 (3rd in pool)
All-time record: 61 wins, 30 losses, 2 ties (.667)
Titles: 13 (2008, ‘06, ‘05, ‘00, ‘99, ’92, ‘86, ‘80, ‘79, ‘78, ‘75, ‘68, ‘64)
Finals: 18 (13 titles plus 2010, 1991, 1985, 1977, 1966)
Best result: 13-time champions (see years above)
Sequence: Return after 1-year absence (15th appearance in 17 years)
Appearances Coach Herbers (including 2013): 1st
Record Coach Herbers: 0-0
Titles for Coach Herbers: 0


NO. 2 UNB VARSITY REDS
Media Guide (PDF 3.04 MB)

Team statistics
Head Coach: Gardiner MacDougall (13th season)
Regular season record: 23-5-0
Regular season standing: 1st AUS
Playoff record: 5-2
Playoff finish: AUS champions
Overall record vs. CIS teams: 32-8
Overall record vs. U Cup teams: 5-3 (1-0 vs. UQTR / 4-3 vs. Saint Mary’s)
Top 10 final ranking (March 12): No. 2
Top 10 best ranking: No. 1 (6 polls)
Top 10 number of weeks ranked (19 polls): 19
National ranking (offence): 3rd (3.96)
National ranking (defence): 2nd (2.05)

Individual statistics
Conference award winners: Chris Culligan (most sportsmanlike)
Conference 1st team all-stars: Colby Pridham (F)
Conference 2nd team all-stars: Marc-Antoine Desnoyers (D), Tyler Carroll (F), Chris Culligan (F)
Conference all-rookie team: Cam Braes (F)
Season leader (points): Chris Culligan, 4-27-31 (26 GP)
Season leader (goals): Tyler Carroll, 15 (22 GP) / Nick MacNeil, 15 (27 GP)
Season leader (assists): Chris Culligan, 27 (26 GP)
Season leader (points by defenceman): Marc-Antoine Desnoyers, 1-19-20 (27 GP)
Season leader (goalie): Daniel LaCosta (16 GP, 15-1, 2 SHO, 1.92 GAA, .917 SV%)
Season leader (goalie): Travis Fullerton (12 GP, 8-4, 2 SHO, 2.23 GAA, .877 SV%)
Playoff leader (points): Cam Braes, 3-6-9 (7 GP)
Playoff leader (goals): Tyler Carroll, 4 (7 GP)
Playoff leader (assists): Cam Braes, 6 (7 GP) / Chris Culligan, 6 (7 GP)
Playoff leader (points by defenceman): Marc-Antoine Desnoyers, 1-3-4 (7 GP)
Playoff leader (goalie): Daniel LaCosta (7 GP, 5-2, 2 SHO, 1.76 GAA, .927 SV%)

University Cup history (since 1963)
Appearances (including 2013): 13th
First appearance: 1964
Last appearance: 2012 (2nd in pool)
All-time record: 22-10 (.688)
Titles: 4 (2011, 2009, 2007, 1998)
Finals: 8 (2011, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2004, 2000, 1998, 1997)
Best result: 4-time champions (2011, 2009, 2007, 1998)
Sequence: 3rd consecutive appearance (6th in 7 years)
Appearances Coach MacDougall (including 2013): 8th
Record Coach MacDougall: 15-5 (.750)
Titles for Coach MacDougall: 3 (2011, 2009, 2007)

NO. 3 UQTR PATRIOTES
Media Guide (PDF 1.52 MB)

Team statistics
Head Coach: Gilles Bouchard (1st season)
Regular season record: 21-6-1
Regular season standing: 1st OUA East (2nd overall OUA)
Playoff record: 7-1
Playoff finish: OUA champions
Overall record vs. CIS teams: 31-10
Overall record vs. U Cup teams: 2-2 (0-1 vs. UNB / 1-0 vs. Saint Mary’s / 1-1 vs. Waterloo)
Top 10 final ranking (March 12): No. 3
Top 10 best ranking: No. 3 (6 polls)
Top 10 number of weeks ranked (19 polls): 19
National ranking (offence): T4th (3.89)
National ranking (defence): 7th (2.51)

Individual statistics
Conference award winners (OUA East): Félix Petit (MVP), Pierre-Luc Lessard (defenceman & most sportsmanlike), Gilles Bouchard (coach)
Conference 1st team all-stars (OUA East): Guillaume Nadeau (G), Pierre-Luc Lessard (D), Félix Petit (F)
Conference 2nd team all-stars (OUA East): None
Conference all-rookie team (OUA East): None
Season leader (points): Félix Petit, 11-32-43 (28 GP)
Season leader (goals): Tommy Tremblay, 18 (28 GP)
Season leader (assists): Félix Petit, 32 (28 GP)
Season leader (points by defenceman): Pierre-Luc Lessard, 5-26-31 (28 GP)
Season leader (goalie): Guillaume Nadeau (13 GP, 11-2, 0 SHO, 1.97 GAA, .925 SV%)
Season leader (goalie): Marc-Antoine Gélinas (15 GP, 10-5, 0 SHO, 2.78 GAA, .906 SV%)
Playoff leader (points): Félix Petit, 6-9-15 (8 GP)
Playoff leader (goals): Félix Petit, 6 (8 GP)
Playoff leader (assists): Félix Petit, 6 (8 GP)
Playoff leader (points by defenceman): Pierre-Luc Lessard, 2-6-8 (8 GP)
Playoff leader (goalie): Marc-Antoine Gélinas (4 GP, 3-0, 1 SHO, 0.47 GAA, .981 SV%)
Playoff leader (goalie): Guillaume Nadeau (5 GP, 4-1, 0 SHO, 2.78 GAA, .907 SV%)

University Cup history (since 1963)
Appearances (including 2013): 18th
First appearance: 1984
Last appearance: 2012 (3rd in pool)
All-time record: 19-18 (.514)
Titles: 4 (2003, 2001, 1991, 1987)
Finals: 6 (2003, 2002, 2001, 1991, 1987, 1986)
Best result: 4-time champions (2003, 2001, 1991, 1987)
Sequence: 2nd consecutive appearance
Appearances Coach Bouchard (including 2013): 1st
Record Coach Bouchard: 0-0
Titles for Coach Bouchard: 0

NO. 4 SAINT MARY’S HUSKIES
Media Guide (PDF 6.36 MB)

Team statistics
Head Coach: Trevor Stienburg (16th season)
Regular season record: 18-7-3
Regular season standing: 2nd AUS
Playoff record: 4-3
Playoff finish: AUS finalists
Overall record vs. CIS teams: 26-15
Overall record vs. U Cup teams: 3-5 (3-4 vs. UNB / 0-1 vs. UQTR)
Top 10 final ranking (March 12): No. 4
Top 10 best ranking: No. 4 (6 polls)
Top 10 number of weeks ranked (19 polls): 14
National ranking (offence): T4th (3.89)
National ranking (defence): 6th (2.49)

Individual statistics
Conference award winners: Lucas Bloodoff (MVP), Trevor Stienburg (coach)
Conference 1st team all-stars: Mike D’Orazio (D), Lucas Bloodoff (F)
Conference 2nd team all-stars: Anthony Peters (G)
Conference all-rookie team: Kyle Pereira (D)
Season leader (points): Lucas Bloodoff, 20-18-38 (28 GP)
Season leader (goals): Lucas Bloodoff, 20 (28 GP)
Season leader (assists): Mike D’Orazio, 27 (28 GP)
Season leader (points by defenceman): Mike D’Orazio, 3-27-30 (28 GP)
Season leader (goalie): Anthony Peters (26 GP: 17-9, 5 SHO, 2.44 GAA, .909 SV%)
Playoff leader (points): Matt Tipoff, 3-3-6 (7 GP) / Stephen Johnston, 2-4-6 (7 GP) / Shawn O’Donnell, 2-4-6 (7 GP)
Playoff leader (goals): Matt Tipoff, 3 (7 GP)
Playoff leader (assists): Stephen Johnston, 4 (7 GP) / Shawn O’Donnell, 4 (7 GP)
Playoff leader (points by defenceman): Mike D’Orazio, 1-2-3 (7 GP)
Playoff leader (goalie): Anthony Peters (7 GP: 4-3, 1 SHO, 1.61 GAA, .951 SV%)

University Cup history (since 1963)
Appearances (including 2013): 12th
First appearance: 1969
Last appearance: 2010 (champions)
All-time record: 16-15 (.516)
Titles: 1 (2010)
Finals: 5 (2010, 1973, 1972, 1971, 1970)
Best result: 1-time champions (2010)
Sequence: Return after 2-year absence
Appearances Coach Stienburg (including 2013): 4th
Record Coach Stienburg: 5-2 (.714)
Titles for Coach Stienburg: 1 (2010)

NO. 5 SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES
Media Guide (PDF 7.08 MB)

Team statistics
Head Coach: Dave Adolph (20th season)
Regular season record: 19-8-1
Regular season standing: 2nd Canada West
Playoff record: 3-3
Playoff finish: Canada West finalists
Overall record vs. CIS teams: 24-14
Overall record vs. U Cup teams: 3-5 vs. Alberta
Top 10 final ranking (March 12): No. 5
Top 10 best ranking: No. 1 (2 polls)
Top 10 number of weeks ranked (19 polls): 19
National ranking (offence): 11th (3.54)
National ranking (defence): 14th (2.85)

Individual statistics
Conference award winners: None
Conference 1st team all-stars: Kyle Bortis (F)
Conference 2nd team all-stars: None
Conference all-rookie team: No all-rookie team in Canada West
Season leader (points): Kyle Bortis, 10-26-36 (28 GP)
Season leader (goals): Brennan Bosch, 13 (26 GP)
Season leader (assists): Kyle Bortis, 26 (28 GP)
Season leader (points by defenceman): Matthew Delahey, 2-6-8 (28 GP)
Season leader (goalie): Ryan Holfeld (27 GP, 18-9, 1 SHO, 2.74 GAA, .905 SV%)
Playoff leader (points): Brennan Bosch, 7-3-10 (6 GP)
Playoff leader (goals): Brennan Bosch, 7 (6 GP)
Playoff leader (assists): Kyle Bortis, 6 (6 GP)
Playoff leader (points by defenceman): Matthew Delahey, 0-2-2 (6 GP)
Playoff leader (goalie): Ryan Holfeld (6 GP, 3-3, 0 SHO, 3.22 GAA, .904 SV%)

University Cup history (since 1963)
Appearances (including 2013): 15th
First appearance: 1967
Last appearance: 2012 (3rd in pool)
All-time record: 16-17 (.485)
Titles: 1 (1983)
Finals: 5 (2005, 1987, 1983, 1982, 1981)
Best result: 1-time champions (1983)
Sequence: 2nd consecutive appearance
Appearances Coach Adolph (including 2013): 10th
Record Coach Adolph: 7-12 (.368)
Titles for Coach Adolph: 0

NO. 6 WATERLOO WARRIORS

Team statistics
Head Coach: Brian Bourque (8th season)
Regular season record: 12-11-5
Regular season standing: 6th OUA West (12th overall OUA)
Playoff record: 6-2
Playoff finish: OUA finalists
Overall record vs. CIS teams: 19-19
Overall record vs. U Cup teams: 1-1 vs. UQTR
Top 10 final ranking (March 12): No. 6
Top 10 best ranking: No. 6 (2 polls)
Top 10 number of weeks ranked (19 polls): 3
National ranking (offence): 13th (3.43)
National ranking (defence): 26th (3.47)

Individual statistics
Conference award winners (OUA West): None
Conference 1st team all-stars (OUA West): Justin Larson (F)
Conference 2nd team all-stars (OUA West): Joe Underwood (D)
Conference all-rookie team: Colin Behenna (F)
Season leader (points): Justin Larson, 17-28-45 (28 GP)
Season leader (goals): Justin Larson, 17 (28 GP)
Season leader (assists): Colin Behenna, 30 (28 GP)
Season leader (points by defenceman): Joe Underwood, 8-15-23 (28 GP)
Season leader (goalie): Keaton Hartigan (22 GP: 9-12, 0 SHO, 3.36 GAA, .902 SV%)
Playoff leader (points): Colin Behenna, 3-6-9 (8 GP) / Joe Underwood, 2-7-9 (8 GP)
Playoff leader (goals): Justin Larson, 5 (8 GP)
Playoff leader (assists): Joe Underwood, 7 (8 GP)
Playoff leader (points by defenceman): Joe Underwood, 2-7-9 (8 GP)
Playoff leader (goalie): Keaton Hartigan (8 GP: 6-2, 0 SHO, 2.50 GAA, .930 SV%)

University Cup history (since 1963)
Appearances (including 2013): 4th
First appearance: 1974
Last appearance: 1996 (finalists)
All-time record: 4-2 (.667)
Titles: 1 (1974)
Finals: 2 (1996, 1974)
Best result: 1-time champions (1974)
Sequence: Return after 16-year absence
Appearances Coach Bourque (including 2013): 1st
Record Coach Bourque: 0-0
Titles for Coach Bourque: 0

TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE (Central Time)

Pool A
1. Alberta
4. Saint Mary’s
6. Waterloo

Pool B
2. UNB
3. UQTR
5. Saskatchewan

Wednesday, March 13
1:00 pm Meet The Teams Media Conference (Credit Union Centre)
7:15 pm SaskTel All-Canadian Awards Presentation (TCU Place)

Thursday, March 14
1:00 pm Pool A #1: Alberta vs. Waterloo (www.CIS-SIC.tv)
7:20 pm Pool B #1: UNB vs. Saskatchewan (www.CIS-SIC.tv)

Friday, March 151:00 pm Pool A #2: Loser Pool B #1 vs. Saint Mary’s (www.CIS-SIC.tv)
7:00 pm Pool B #2: Loser Pool A #1 vs. UQTR (www.CIS-SIC.tv)

Saturday, March 16
1:30 pm Pool A #3: Winner Pool B #1 vs. Saint Mary’s (Sportsnet & www.CIS-SIC.tv) *
8:00 pm Pool B #3: Winner Pool A #1 vs. UQTR (Sportsnet & www.CIS-SIC.tv)

Sunday, March 17
5:30 pm University Cup Final (Sportsnet ONE & www.CIS-SIC.tv)

* Except Sportsnet East

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