Updated throughout the weekend...
1. Toronto 73 at Carleton 93 (men's basketball)
Can't do much better than #1 vs. #4. The Blues didn't get the memo, though, building a 10-point deficit by the end of the first quarter. And it appears only the Ottawa Citizen bothered to cover this, and there's no evidence they sent anyone to the game.
2. Cape Breton 79-64 at Dalhousie 93-57 (men's basketball)
It's one of Bill McLean's can't-miss matchups for the next few months, and CBU's still #2 in RPI, so of course we have to include it this week. Bill previews this two-gamer, and other parts of the AUS schedule, in this piece.
Game 1 went Dal's way, and Joe Schow led the way with 26 and 11. Game 2 is just a final score so far, but if the Capers are no longer undefeated in AUS play, at least they're not saddled with two losses (yet).
3. Moncton 2 at StFX 6 (men's hockey)
I guess a 5-8-2 team really is a 5-8-2 team after all. Les Aigles Bleus added a few QMJHL grads, but the three of them combined for zero points, two shots, and a minus-2.
4. Dalhousie 0 at UNB 5 (men's hockey)
Yet another great AUS matchup on paper, but not in practice. Note to Hunter Tremblay: you're supposed to get a 10-minute misconduct when you're losing by five goals late in the third. (Or, ideally, not at all.)
5. StFX 6 at Moncton 3 (women's hockey)
Looks like quite a bit of punch was added to that second Moncton line: Marie-Michelle Poirier scored twice on the powerplay, both times giving Moncton a short-lived lead. It was 4-3 for 15 minutes in the third before the X-Women put it away.