Olsen pulls an Ole

No. 2 Alberta at No. 4 Saskatchewan this weekend is the big showdown in CIS hockey; however, they'll be hard-pressed to match the ol' how's she' goin' that Queen's centre Brady Olsen pulled en route to scoring a shortie against rival RMC last week. In RMC's defence, they apparently had a forward, Roman Srutek, playing point on the power play, and you know what can happen in those situations.

At least Srutek, a Kanata, Ont., native, tried to make a play while defending against a short-handed rush, unlike a fellow Kanatan against the Sabres in the Stanley Cup playoffs two years ago.

Tyler King from CFRC Sports not only provided the link, but that's him on the play-by-play. He does weddings, too.

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  1. Has anyone noticed that the Canadian Olympic Committee has applied to the CRTC for an all amateur sport channel license? Would it be wise for the CIS to get behind this bid and to try to get greater national coverage of all CIS sport via this channel?

  2. It wouldn't be a bad idea at all ... when the story was initially reported in August by Will Houston at The Globe, he referred to it being a "university and amateur sports channel."

    In both cases each has a small but very loyal audience who are willing to go out of their way to watch their sport.

  3. Amen to that, Neate. I just paid $7 to watch a Lakehead webcast.