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Saturday, November 17, 2012


REGINA – The University of Regina's men's hockey team took No. 1-ranked Alberta to overtime on Friday night, but Kruise Reddick's power play goal early in the extra session gave the visiting Golden Bears a 3-2 win in Canada West action at The Co-operators Centre.
Tyler Henry and Sanfred King both scored for Regina. Alberta held a 37-20 advantage in shots and was 1-for-4 on the power play, while the Cougars (6-3-2) were held scoreless on their only opportunity with the man advantage – which lasted just over a minute before an interference penalty took the Cougars off the power play.

The two teams will meet again at The Co-operators Centre on Saturday night.

(Courtesy Cougar Athletics)


Anonymous said...

Great hockey game. It was better than any Pats game I have been to this year. Its too bad more people wouldn't show up to watch university hockey. I would suggest to many that you go to tonights game and check it out.


Anonymous said...


This hockey has always been "the diamond in the rough" in this city.

Unfortunately, the Cougar mens hockey program hasn't been any good for a number of years so it's hard to get fans out.

It's really surprising to see how successful this team is this year (it's still early) considering they only have a handful of players with WHL experience.