It wasn't the prettiest weekend for the T-Birds.
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It was a good night to be a T-Bird fan on Friday at Doug Mitchell.
Looking to get out and enjoy the beauty of the Vancouver trails, but not sure where to start? Here are a few suggestions,
How else do you celebrate with 5,500 of your closest friends?
When I was 16, I watched a friend get verbally bullied before being beaten up at my high school. I decided I needed to take up martial arts to prevent that happening to me. The only problem was, I didn't know anything about martial arts or where to start.
The team’s 12th win of the season puts them in third place in the West, only behind Alberta and Saskatchewan.
The Thunderbirds didn’t disappoint, winning a tight 2-1 game in exciting fashion –it wasn't an easy win, though.
This will be UBC’s second Winter Classic game against Lethbridge since the event’s debut in 2015 — their last Classic meeting being in 2016.
With the white Christmas fresh in our minds and the Pyeonchang Olympic Winter Games just around the corner, January feels like the perfect time for new beginnings. Why not making skiing more your New Year's resolution?
This weekend, UBC will hold its fourth annual Winter Classic, a super-hyped hockey game. There’s just one problem: UBC has two hockey teams, and we keep featuring the less successful one in recent history.
For six days, the nation’s most promising and celebrated skaters brought life to a stadium that usually only sees its stands filled for hockey games and concerts.
For the women’s hockey team members, the game on Friday, January 12, was more than a conventional conference game.
On Friday, it took four sets but the ’Birds took home the win in the end. They closed out the weekend with a straight sets win on Saturday.
Without their prized rookie Zachary Zborosky, the Regina Cougars couldn't compete against the Thunderbirds on Saturday.
Matt Hewitt looked strong in the team’s ninth win of the season. His athleticism was exemplified in his tracking of the puck, poise under pressure and lateral movement — he gave the opposition very little to shoot at.