How else do you celebrate with 5,500 of your closest friends?
It was a good night to be a T-Bird fan on Friday at Doug Mitchell.
With the points this weekend, UBC has clinched a playoff spot and are in good position to host a first round playoff series.
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“It feels good right now but we’re proof that anyone can beat anybody and if it’s Calgary ... they're not going to be scared we beat Alberta or Saskatchewan.”
This was the first game of a possible three-game series featuring UBC as the fourth-seed hosting the fifth-seed Dinos — and it was a physical one.
“It’s playoff hockey, we’ve weathered it all season and are ready for it."
“Their season was on the line and they played like it. It’s playoff hockey. It happens."
This year’s playoff exit was the second in a row to come by Calgary’s hand.
The Thunderbird’s hockey program was seeing double this year as both teams ended their seasons early after two tough weekends of playoff games.
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This was Butenschon’s second season guiding the T-Birds.
"Hats off to them, they played a really complete match and they made us have to be our best today — and we weren't our best."
"The class and character of our players and their motivations and how dedicated they are is just exceptional to be a coach of a team like that.”
“Everyone was waking up this morning just ready to go. We’ve been looking forward to this moment for so long, so when it really came down to it, nothing could hold us back."