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V-Reds look to defend CIS men's hockey national championship

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OTTAWA (CIS) - The University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds hope to successfully defend the University Cup for the first time in program history this week when they host the 50th anniversary edition of the CIS men's hockey national championship at the Aitken Centre in Fredericton.

The V-Reds captured their third University Cup title in five seasons - and the fourth in school history - a year ago with a 4-0 win on home ice over the McGill Redmen. UNB had previously triumphed in 1998, 2007 and 2009.

The last team to claim back-to-back CIS men's hockey banners was the Alberta Golden Bears, who prevailed at home in Edmonton in 2005 and 2006.

For the second straight year, UNB (AUS champs) and McGill (OUA champs) are seeded 1-2 heading into the national championship. They will be joined in Fredericton by the No. 3 Saskatchewan Huskies (Canada West champs), No. 4 Western Mustangs (OUA finalists), No. 5 Moncton Aigles Bleus (AUS finalists) and No. 6 UQTR Patriotes (OUA bronze medallists).

UNB, Western and UQTR will battle in Pool A in the preliminary round, while McGill, Saskatchewan and Moncton skate in Pool B. The first-place finishers from each group advance to the Cavendish University Cup final.

The Redmen and Aigles Bleus face off in the tourney opener Tuesday at 2 p.m. (Atlantic), while the V-Reds and Patriotes kick off Pool A action at 7 p.m. The Huskies and Mustangs take the ice on Day 2 against the losing teams from opening day.

McGill is the only team that will be looking for a first CIS title this week. Moncton and UQTR, like UNB, have hoisted the Cup on four occasions, while Saskatchewan and Western have triumphed once.

"We are proud to represent the Atlantic conference. It is also a privilege and honour to be the host of this very special event – the 50th CIS hockey championship," says 12-year UNB head coach Gardiner MacDougall, whose roster includes 19 returning players from last season's championship squad. "We are excited about the tremendous opportunity in front of us for our team and our passionate fan base. Together we look forward to representing our university, our city, the province of New Brunswick and the Atlantic region to the very best of our abilities."

UNB is red-hot going into the tournament, having won nine straight games and 12 of its last 13. After finishing atop the AUS standings with a 20-5-3 regular season mark, the V-Reds swept both UPEI and Moncton in consecutive best-of-five playoff series. The reigning CIS champs were particularly impressive in the conference final, defeating the Aigles Bleus 8-3, 4-2 and 4-0.

As has been the case for a number of years, the V-Reds can win with offence or defence. They led the AUS in both goals scored (4.29 per game) and goals against (2.38), finishing second and fourth in the country, respectively, in those categories. Team captain Kyle Bailey led the way on offence with 17 goals and 33 points in 27 regular season contests.

After reaching the national final for the first time in program history a year ago, No. 2 McGill will settle for nothing less than a first CIS title this time around.

"We have built-up good momentum and are peaking at the right time," says Kelly Nobes, a former McGill star who has racked up a 68-17-2 overall record during his two seasons as head coach of the Redmen. "We're fairly healthy, have a veteran team with nine seniors and are very hungry after losing in the gold medal final last year. We're going to Fredericton with only one objective."

Like UNB, the Redmen are riding an impressive win streak heading into their fifth straight University Cup appearance. The Montreal-based powerhouse, which finished with the best record in the nation in conference play (22-4-2), has won its last 10 matches, including a 7-0 playoff run that culminated with a 4-1 victory over Western in the OUA Queen's Cup final.

McGill, in the midst of its 136th season of hockey, makes the trip to Fredericton with a less explosive but more balanced team than a year ago. In 2010-11, Alexandre Picard-Hooper was named CIS player of the year after leading the nation in scoring with 58 points, while Francis Verreault-Paul led all CIS snipers with 28 goals in only 19 games as the Redmen were the highest-scoring squad in the country with over five goals a game.

This season, injuries affected their offensive production and Marc-André Dorion became the first defenceman in program history to lead the team in scoring with 39 points as McGill settled for the 11th best offensive record in the nation with 3.64 goals per night, but tied Alberta for the best goals against average (2.20). While Verreault-Paul was still brilliant with 21 markers in 23 outings, the Redmen received goals from no less than 22 different skaters during the regular schedule and from 15 players, including eight rearguards, in their seven post-season contests.

In Canada West, the No. 3 Huskies came out of a dog fight... no pun intended.

Saskatchewan finished third in the conference standings, only two points behind Manitoba and one in arrears of Alberta. After sweeping Lethbridge in the first round of the playoffs, the Huskies erased a one-game deficit in each of their subsequent series, both best-of-three affairs, edging Alberta in the semifinals and Calgary in the conference final. Against the Golden Bears, they won the last two games in overtime, while against the Dinos, defenceman Brett Ward ended the longest game in Canada West playoff history with a goal at 46:33 of overtime (3OT) to give the Saskatoon squad its first conference banner since 2007.

The Huskies are led by the explosive line of Derek Hulak (11-33-44), Kyle Bortis (17-22-39) and Kyle Ross (16-17-33), who combined for a remarkable 116 points in the regular season. Hulak won the Canada West scoring crown and finished second in the country with 44 points in 28 games.       

"We feel pretty fortunate to be representing Canada West and the University of Saskatchewan at the University Cup," says Dave Adolph, in his 19th campaign behind the Saskatchewan bench. "After failing to qualify for the last three years, our team has no members with national championship experience but we have surprised a few favourites along the way. So we are not sure what to expect from this group in Fredericton."

His counterpart from Western, Clarke Singer, also hopes that the playoffs prepared his team well for Nationals.

"We are very happy to have an opportunity to participate in the 50th University Cup. It is always a tremendous privilege to compete on a national stage with the best university hockey teams in the country," says Singer, the 13-year Mustangs head coach. "There are six very good hockey teams competing in the tournament and we know that we will have to be at our very best for three days to have a chance to win it. Our coaching staff feels that the three difficult playoff series that we have had combined with our Queen's Cup game against McGill has been good for us in terms of preparation."

The Mustangs stumbled a little at the end of the regular season, going 3-3 down the stretch, but had long secured first place in the OUA West, which they won by seven points. In the playoffs, after sweeping best-of-three series against Laurier and Brock, Western had to overcome a one-game deficit against Windsor to qualify for the Queen's Cup final and book its ticket for Fredericton.

The fourth best offensive team in the country with an average of 4.07 goals a game in conference play, Western is led by CIS scoring champion Keaton Turkiewicz, who tallied 47 points, including 20 goals, in 28 league games. He also won the OUA playoff scoring title with 5-9-14 in eight contests.

Fifth-seeded Moncton is a pleasant surprise this season. After missing the playoffs a year ago with a 10-15-3 mark, the Aigles Bleus rebounded with a 19-8-1 campaign, good for third place in the AUS standings, then eliminated both StFX and Saint Mary's to reach the conference championship series against UNB.

Despite scoring only six goals in 28 league contests, team captain Dean Ouellet paced the Aigles Bleus on offence with 34 points.

"We want to make our presence felt at the Nationals," says Serge Bourgeois, in his third season as Moncton head coach after three years as an assistant. "We've worked hard all season with one goal in mind, to represent the AUS at the CIS championship. We have a good blend of veterans and rookies, and our guys know what's at stake. We'll need a complete effort from each member of the team to be successful."

Finally, the sixth-ranked UQTR Patriotes could offer fans some of the most entertaining hockey this week in Fredericton. Led by Félix Petit, who finished fourth in the country with 42 points in 28 games, the Patriotes scored a CIS-best 123 goals for an average of 4.39 per contest, but ranked 21st in the nation on defence with 3.40 goals against per match.

In a see-saw playoff run, the Pats eliminated Ryerson in three games after being humiliated 9-2 in the series opener. They were once again pushed to the limit of three matches by Carleton, then were swept by McGill in the best-of-three conference semis, before booking their ticket for the Cavendish University Cup with a 5-3 win over Windsor in the sudden-death OUA bronze medal game.

"We've had an exceptional season when considering we started the season with 14 freshmen and will have 11 rookies on our roster for the University Cup," says Jacques Laporte, who has been in charge of the Trois-Rivières program for 13 years. "We got a second chance after dropping the OUA East final to McGill and took advantage of it by winning the OUA bronze medal game."

PARTICIPATING TEAMS

NO. 1 UNB VARSITY REDS

2011-12 team statistics
Head Coach: Gardiner MacDougall (12th season)
Regular season record: 20-5-3
Regular season standing: 1st AUS
Playoff record: 6-0
Playoff finish: AUS champions
Overall record vs. CIS teams: 32-8
Overall record vs. No. 2 McGill: 0-0
Overall record vs. No. 3 Saskatchewan: 0-0
Overall record vs. No. 4 Western: 0-0
Overall record vs. No. 5 Moncton: 6-1 (3-1 regular season / 3-0 playoffs)
Overall record vs. No. 6 UQTR: 1-0 (W 3-2, Sept. 29, Woodstock, N.B.)
Final Top 10 ranking (March 13): No. 1
Best Top 10 ranking: No. 1 (15 of 18 polls, including last 5)
Number of weeks in Top 10 (18 polls): 18

2011-12 individual statistics
Conference award winners: Kyle Bailey (Dr. Randy Gregg Award nominee)
Conference 1st team all-stars: Jonathan Harty (D)
Conference 2nd team all-stars: Bretton Stamler (D), Kyle Bailey (F)
Conference all-rookie team: Tyler Carroll (F)
Season leader (points): Kyle Bailey, 33 (27 GP, 16-17-33)
Season leader (goals): Kyle Bailey, 16 (27 GP)
Season leader (assists): Chris Culligan, 22 (24 GP)
Season leader (points by defenceman): Jonathan Harty, 27 (26 GP, 7-20-27)
Season leader (No. 1 goalie - A): Travis Fullerton (13 GP, 11-1, 2 SHO, 1.67 GAA, .909 SV%)
Season leader (No. 1 goalie - B): Daniel LaCosta (15 GP, 8-4, 0 SHO, 2.49 GAA, .898 SV%)
Playoff leader (points): Chris Culligan, 13 (6 GP, 2-11-13)
Playoff leader (goals): Kyle Bailey, 5 (6 GP) / Nick MacNeil, 5 (6 GP)
Playoff leader (assists): Chris Culligan, 11 (6 GP)
Playoff leader (points by defenceman): Jonathan Harty, 6 (6 GP, 2-4-6)
Playoff leader (No. 1 goalie): Travis Fullerton (6 GP, 6-0, 1 SHO, 1.82 GAA, .917 SV%)

University Cup history (since 1963)
Appearances (including 2012): 12th    
First appearance: 1964
Last appearance: 2011 (champions)
All-time record: 21-9 (.700)
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: 2nd consecutive appearance (5th in 6 years)
Appearances Coach MacDougall (including 2012): 7th
Record Coach MacDougall: 14-4 (.778)
Titles for Coach MacDougall: 3 (2011, 2009, 2007)

NO. 2 McGILL REDMEN

2011-12 team statistics
Head Coach: Kelly Nobes (2nd season)
Regular season record: 22-4-2
Regular season standing: 1st OUA East (1st OUA overall)
Playoff record: 7-0
Playoff finish: OUA champions
Overall record vs. CIS teams: 30-9
Overall record vs. No. 1 UNB: 0-0
Overall record vs. No. 3 Saskatchewan: 0-0
Overall record vs. No. 4 Western: 1-0 (W 4-1 OUA final, March 10, London, Ont.)
Overall record vs. No. 5 Moncton: 0-0
Overall record vs. No. 6 UQTR: 3-2 (1-2 regular season / 2-0 playoffs)
Final Top 10 ranking (March 13): No. 2
Best Top 10 ranking: No. 1 (2 weeks: Jan. 24-31)
Number of weeks in Top 10 (18 polls): 18

2011-12 individual statistics
Conference award winners (OUA East): Marc-André Dorion (MVP & defenceman)
Conference 1st team all-stars (OUA East): Marc-André Dorion (D)
Conference 2nd team all-stars (OUA East): Hubert Morin (G), Francis Verreault-Paul (F)
Conference all-rookie team (OUA East): None
Season leader (points): Marc-André Dorion, 39 (28 GP, 7-32-39)
Season leader (goals): Francis Verreault-Paul, 21 (23 GP)
Season leader (assists): Marc-André Dorion, 32 (28 GP)
Season leader (points by defenceman): Marc-André Dorion, 39 (28 GP, 7-32-39)
Season leader (No. 1 goalie): Hubert Morin (17 GP, 13-4, 4 SHO, 2.04 GAA, .921 SV%)
Playoff leader (points): Evan Vossen (7 GP, 1-10-11)
Playoff leader (goals): Christophe Longpré-Poirier, 4 (7 GP) / Andrew Wright, 4 (7 GP)
Playoff leader (assists): Evan Vossen, 10 (7 GP)
Playoff leader (points by defenceman): Marc-André Dorion, 7 (7 GP, 1-6-7)
Playoff leader (No. 1 goalie): Hubert Morin (7 GP, 7-0, 0 SHO, 2.35 GAA, .919 SV%)

University Cup history (since 1963)
Appearances (including 2012): 6th    
First appearance: 2006
Last appearance: 2011 (finalists)
All-time record: 5-6 (.455)
Titles: 0
Finals: 1 (2011)
Best result: Finalists (2011)
Sequence: 5th straight appearance
Appearances Coach Nobes (including 2012): 3rd
Record Coach Nobes (with Laurier in 2007 / McGill in 2011): 3-2 (.600)
Titles for Coach Nobes: 0

NO. 3 SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES

2011-12 team statistics
Head Coach: Dave Adolph (19th season)
Regular season record: 19-6-3
Regular season standing: 3rd Canada West
Playoff record: 6-2
Playoff finish: Canada West champions
Overall record vs. CIS teams: 29-12
Overall record vs. No. 1 UNB: 0-0
Overall record vs. No. 2 McGill: 0-0
Overall record vs. No. 4 Western: 0-0
Overall record vs. No. 5 Moncton: 0-0
Overall record vs. No. 6 UQTR: 0-0
Final Top 10 ranking (March 13): No. 3
Best Top 10 ranking: No. 3 (4 weeks: Nov. 1-8-15 & March 13)
Number of weeks in Top 10 (18 polls): 18

2011-12 individual statistics
Conference award winners: Kyle Ross (most sportsmanlike & Dr. Randy Gregg Award nominee)
Conference 1st team all-stars: Kyle Bortis (F), Derek Hulak (F)
Conference 2nd team all-stars: Matt Delahey (D), Kyle Ross (F)
Conference all-rookie team: No all-rookie team in Canada West
Season leader (points): Derek Hulak, 44 (28 GP, 11-33-44)
Season leader (goals): Kyle Bortis, 17 (28 GP)
Season leader (assists): Derek Hulak, 33 (28 GP)
Season leader (points by defenceman): Matt Delahey, 17 (28 GP, 6-11-17)
Season leader (No. 1 goalie - A): Ryan Holfeld (14 GP, 10-4, 2 SHO, 2.11 GAA, .930 SV%)
Season leader (No. 1 goalie - B): David Reekie (14 GP, 9-5, 0 SHO, 2.68 GAA, .911 SV%)
Playoff leader (points): Kyle Ross, 10 (8 GP, 3-7-10)
Playoff leader (goals): Kyle Bortis, 5 (8 GP)
Playoff leader (assists): Kyle Ross, 7 (8 GP) / Derek Hulak, 7 (8 GP)
Playoff leader (points by defenceman): Brett Ward, 6 (8 GP, 3-3-6)
Playoff leader (No. 1 goalie): Ryan Holfeld (5 GP, 4-1, 0 SHO, 1.54 GAA, .938 SV%)

University Cup history (since 1963)
Appearances (including 2012): 14th 
First appearance: 1967
Last appearance: 2008 (2nd in Pool A)
All-time record: 15-16 (.484) 
Titles: 1 (1983)
Finals: 5 (2005, 1987, 1983, 1982, 1981)
Best result: 1-time champions (1983)
Sequence: Return after 3-year absence
Appearances Coach Adolph (including 2012): 9th
Record Coach Adolph: 6-11 (.353)
Titles for Coach Adolph: 0

NO. 4 WESTERN MUSTANGS

2011-12 team statistics
Head Coach: Clarke Singer (13th season)
Regular season record: 21-4-3
Regular season standing: 1st OUA West (2nd OUA overall)
Playoff record: 6-2
Playoff finish: OUA finalists
Overall record vs. CIS teams: 27-10
Overall record vs. No. 1 UNB: 0-0
Overall record vs. No. 2 McGill: 0-1 (L 4-1 OUA final, March 10, London, Ont.)
Overall record vs. No. 3 Saskatchewan: 0-0
Overall record vs. No. 5 Moncton: 0-0
Overall record vs. No. 6 UQTR: 0-0
Final Top 10 ranking (March 13): No. 4
Best Top 10 ranking: No. 1 (1 week: Feb. 7)
Number of weeks in Top 10 (18 polls): 18

2011-12 individual statistics
Conference award winners (OUA West): Keaton Turkiewicz (MVP), Scott Aarssen (defenceman), Josh Unice (goalie), Zach Harnden (rookie), Clarke Singer (coach)
Conference 1st team all-stars (OUA West): Josh Unice (G), Scott Aarssen (D), Keaton Turkiewicz (F), Kevin Baker (F)
Conference 2nd team all-stars (OUA West): None
Conference all-rookie team (OUA West): Zach Harnden (F)
Season leader (points): Keaton Turkiewicz, 47 (28 GP, 20-27-47)
Season leader (goals): Keaton Turkiewicz, 20 (28 GP)
Season leader (assists): Kevin Baker, 30 (28 GP)
Season leader (points by defenceman): Andrew Eastman, 17 (25 GP, 3-14-17)
Season leader (No. 1 goalie): Josh Unice (20 GP, 15-4, 4 SHO, 2.10 GAA, .931 SV%)
Playoff leader (points): Keaton Turkiewicz, 14 (8 GP, 5-9-14)
Playoff leader (goals): Kevin Baker, 6 (8 GP)
Playoff leader (assists): Keaton Turkiewicz, 9 (8 GP)
Playoff leader (points by defenceman): Andrew Eastman, 4 (8 GP, 2-2-4)
Playoff leader (No. 1 goalie): Josh Unice (8 GP, 6-2, 1 SHO, 2.26 GAA, .923 SV%)

University Cup history (since 1963)
Appearances (including 2012): 11th 
First appearance: 1987
Last appearance: 2011 (2nd in Pool A)
All-time record: 7-13 (.350)
Titles: 1 (2002)
Finals: 3 (2009, 2002, 1988)
Best result: 1-time champions (2002)
Sequence: 2nd consecutive appearance (3rd in 4 years)
Appearances Coach Singer (including 2012): 7th 
Record Coach Singer: 6-8 (.429)
Titles for Coach Singer: 1 (2002)

NO. 5 MONCTON AIGLES BLEUS

2011-12 team statistics
Head Coach: Serge Bourgeois (3rd season)
Regular season record: 18-9-1
Regular season standing: 3rd AUS
Playoff record: 5-5
Playoff finish: AUS finalists
Overall record vs. CIS teams: 28-17
Overall record vs. No. 1 UNB: 1-6 (1-3 regular season / 0-3 playoffs)
Overall record vs. No. 2 McGill: 0-0
Overall record vs. No. 3 Saskatchewan: 0-0
Overall record vs. No. 4 Western: 0-0
Overall record vs. No. 6 UQTR: 0-0
Final Top 10 ranking (March 13): No. 5
Best Top 10 ranking: No. 3 (1 week: Nov. 22)
Number of weeks in Top 10 (18 polls): 16

2011-12 individual statistics
Conference award winners: Dean Ouellet (most sportsmanlike), Serge Bourgeois (coach)
Conference 1st team all-stars: Dean Ouellet (F)
Conference 2nd team all-stars: Pierre-Alexandre Marion (G)
Conference all-rookie team: Samuel Groulx (D)
Season leader (points): Dean Ouellet, 34 (28 GP, 6-28-34)
Season leader (goals): Éric Faille, 16 (28 GP)
Season leader (assists): Dean Ouellet, 28 (28 GP)
Season leader (points by defenceman): Simon Lacroix, 14 (26 GP, 4-10-14)
Season leader (No. 1 goalie): Pierre-Alexandre Marion (21 GP, 13-7, 0 SHO, 3.01 GAA, .913 SV%)
Playoff leader (points): Éric Faille, 9 (10 GP, 6-3-9) / Dean Ouellet, 9 (10 GP, 3-6-9)
Playoff leader (goals): Éric Faille, 6 (10 GP)
Playoff leader (assists): Dean Ouellet, 6 (10 GP)
Playoff leader (points by defenceman): Samuel Groulx, 6 (10 GP, 2-4-6)
Playoff leader (No. 1 goalie): Pierre-Alexandre Marion (9 GP, 5-4, 2 SHO, 2.25 GAA, .938 SV%)

University Cup history (since 1963)
Appearances (including 2012): 15th 
First appearance: 1976
Last appearance: 2008 (3rd in Pool B)
All-time record: 19-11-1 (.629)
Titles: 4 (1995, 1990, 1982, 1981)
Finals: 6 (2007, 1999, 1995, 1990, 1982, 1981)
Best result: 4-time champions (1995, 1990, 1982, 1981)
Sequence: Return after 3-year absence
Appearances Coach Bourgeois (including 2012): 1st
Record Coach Bourgeois: 0-0
Titles for Coach Bourgeois: 0

NO. 6 UQTR PATRIOTES

2011-12 team statistics
Head Coach: Jacques Laporte (13th season)
Regular season record: 19-7-2
Regular season standing: 2nd OUA East (3rd OUA overall)
Playoff record: 5-4
Playoff finish: OUA bronze medallists
Overall record vs. CIS teams: 27-16
Overall record vs. No. 1 UNB: 0-1 (L 3-2, Sept. 29, Woodstock, N.B.)
Overall record vs. No. 2 McGill: 2-3 (2-1 regular season / 0-2 playoffs)
Overall record vs. No. 3 Saskatchewan: 0-0
Overall record vs. No. 4 Western: 0-0
Overall record vs. No. 5 Moncton: 0-0
Final Top 10 ranking (March 13): No. 7
Best Top 10 ranking: No. 6 (1 week: Oct. 25)
Number of weeks in Top 10 (18 polls): 12

2011-12 individual statistics
Conference award winners (OUA East): None
Conference 1st team all-stars (OUA East): 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, 41 (28 GP, 18-23-41)
Season leader (goals): Félix Petit, 18 (28 GP)
Season leader (assists): Félix Petit, 23 (28 GP)
Season leader (points by defenceman): Pierre-Luc Lessard, 26 (24 GP, 9-17-26)
Season leader (No. 1 goalie): Guillaume Nadeau (25 GP, 16-8, 1 SHO, 3.18 GAA, .892 SV%)
Playoff leader (points): Olivier Donovan, 12 (9 GP, 5-7-12)
Playoff leader (goals): Olivier Donovan, 5 (9 GP)
Playoff leader (assists): Pierre-Luc Lessard, 8 (9 GP)
Playoff leader (points by defenceman): Pierre-Luc Lessard, 10 (9 GP, 2-8-10)
Playoff leader (No. 1 goalie): Guillaume Nadeau (9 GP, 5-4, 0 SHO, 3.76 GAA, .883 SV%)

University Cup history (since 1963)
Appearances (including 2012): 17th  
First appearance: 1984
Last appearance: 2010 (3rd in Pool A)
All-time record: 19-16 (.543)
Titles: 4 (2003, 2001, 1991, 1987)
Finals: 6 (2003, 2002, 2001, 1991, 1987, 1986)
Best result: 4-time champions (2003, 2001, 1991, 1987)
Sequence: Return after 1-year absence
Appearances Coach Laporte (including 2012): 8th 
Record Coach Laporte: 10-7 (.588)
Titles for Coach Laporte: 2 (2003, 2001)

TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE (Atlantic Savings Time)

Pool A
1. UNB
4. Western
6. UQTR

Pool B
2. McGill
3. Saskatchewan
5. Moncton

Wednesday, March 21
12:45 Meet The Teams Media Conference
19:00 All-Canadian Awards Presentation

Thursday, March 22
14:00 Pool B #1: McGill vs. Moncton  
19:00 Pool A #1: UNB vs. UQTR  

Friday, March 23
14:00 Pool B #2: Loser Pool B #1 vs. Saskatchewan  
19:00 Pool A #2: Loser Pool A #1 vs. Western        

Saturday, March 24
11:30 Pool B #3: Winner Pool B #1 vs. Saskatchewan  
16:30 Pool A #3: Winner Pool A #1 vs. Western 

Sunday, March 25
20:00 University Cup Final

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