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Canada West-100h

This is the 2013-14 Canada West Universities Athletic Association season.

 2012-13 CWUAA Season : 2014-15 CWUAA Season
 2013-14 AUS Season   : 2013-14 OUA Season
 2014-15 BCIHL Season : 2014-15 ACAC Season
 2014 University Cup

StandingsEdit

Team GP W L OL GF GA Pts
Alberta Golden Bears 28 25 2 1 146 54 51
Calgary Dinosaurs 28 21 4 3 126 70 45
Saskatchewan Huskies 28 17 10 1 105 69 35
Manitoba Bisons 28 12 12 4 90 93 28
Mount Royal Cougars 28 11 14 3 80 111 25
UBC Thunderbirds 28 11 15 2 89 101 24
Regina Cougars 28 11 15 2 70 99 24
Lethbridge Pronghorns 28 4 21 3 52 161 11

PlayoffsEdit

All series best of 3.

Quarter-FinalsEdit

  • Mount Royal 3 Manitoba 2 (ot)
  • Manitoba 4 Mount Royal 2
  • Manitoba 2 Mount Royal 0

Manitoba Bisons beat Mount Royal Cougars 2 wins to 1.

  • UBC 5 Saskatchewan 0
  • Saskatchewan 5 UBC 2
  • UBC 7 Saskatchewan 4

UBC Thunderbirds beat Saskatchewan Huskies 2 wins to 1.

Semi-FinalsEdit

  • Alberta 5 UBC 1
  • Alberta 6 UBC 2

Alberta Golden Bears beat UBC Thunderbirds 2 wins to 0.

  • Calgary 5 Manitoba 1
  • Manitoba 3 Calgary 2 (ot)
  • Calgary 2 Manitoba 1 (ot)

Calgary Dinosaurs beat Manitoba Bisons 2 wins to 1.

FinalEdit

  • Alberta 8 Calgary 1
  • Alberta 2 Calgary 1

Alberta Golden Bears beat Calgary Dinosaurs 2 wins to 0.

University of Alberta Golden Bears (as conference champions) and University of Saskatchewan Huskies (as host team) advanced to the 2014 University Cup tournament.

Team PhotosEdit

Also seeEdit

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College links:

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