April 6, 2018 around 5 p.m. (CST) a bus transporting the Humboldt Broncos, members of Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, collided with a semi-trailer truck at the intersection of Saskatchewan Highway 35 and Saskatchewan Highway 335 near Armley, Saskatchewan.
When skating on Planet Ice, things can be out of this world.
Such was the case with the scoring prowess of two former Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) men’s hockey alumni at this aptly named hockey arena in Peterborough, England.
Last year in the 2016-2017 Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) Men's Hockey Championships, the best-of-three series pitting the MacEwan Griffins against the NAIT Ooks went in favour of the Griffins 2-1 with two overtime victories 3-2 an 4-3 while the Ooks sole win was a convincing 4-1 final.
The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) men’s hockey semi-finals are over and there were no real surprises as the No. 1 seeded NAIT Ooks and No. 2 seeded MacEwan Griffins disposed of their opponents two straight in the best-of-three semi-finals.
Mitch McMullin’s skates were literally pulled out from under him April 21, 2016, when it was announced that due to budget cuts, the Keyano Huskies men’s hockey program would be discontinued at Keyano College.
Gael-Mukeba Lubwele’s father and mother, Didier and Angel, knew little, if anything, about ice hockey when they moved to Canada from the Congo.
“They left the Congo and came to Canada because they wanted a better life and at that time they had a lot of war over there,” said Lubwele, a first-year student/athlete for the Portage College Voyageurs men’s hockey team.