Winning has become a regular occurrence for graduating fifth-year Saskatchewan Huskies Levi Cable, Logan McVeigh, Kohl Bauml and Andrew Johnson.
During their tenure with the men’s hockey team, they have played in both the Canada West championship and the national playoffs in every single season.
“They’ve had five special years,” said head coach Dave Adolph.
“These kids have gone to the Canada West final all five years that they’ve played, and they’ve had dynamic roles.”
Cable jumped right into his familiar dynamic role in the biggest game of the team’s season thus far, scoring a pair of goals, one of which stood up as the game — and series — winner.
“Going into this year, that’s all we wanted, this was our goal,” Cable said. “We’ve got another one coming up, but, this one was a stop on the way.”
The Huskies have achieved the first of two major goals the team set out to accomplish this season — win the G.W. Hardy Trophy and the Canada West banner that comes with it.
The quest for the second goal — a national championship — starts March 12 in Halifax.
By succeeding with the first goal, the group of senior players have carved their names into the Huskies history books, becoming the only players in program history to win the conference at both their old home, Rutherford Arena, and their new one, Merlis Belsher Place.
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