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Two Bisons Hockey Players Earn League Honours

March 21, 2012 8:34 PM | Sports


U of M Bison men's hockey forward Blair Macaulay (right) was selected as one of two 2011-12 CIS Second Team All-Canadians along with teammate Jeremy Schappert. Also pictured is Bisons head coach Mike Sirant. (CHRISD.CA FILE)

Two players from the University of Manitoba Bison men’s hockey team have been selected as 2011-12 CIS Second Team All-Canadians.

Bisons Blair Macaulay, 23, and Jeremy Schappert, 23, earned the honour on Wednesday, as named at the All-Canadian Gala in Fredericton, NB.

Macaulay earns his first CIS honour in his third season as a Bison. The Winnipeg forward was also named 2011-12 Canada West Most Valuable Player and 2011-12 Canada West First Team All-Star.

Schappert earned his first CIS All-Canadian honour in his second year with the Bisons, and was also selected as 2011-12 Canada West Outstanding Defenceman and 2011-12 Canada West First Team All-Star.

“Both players had award-winning seasons and we congratulate them on their recognition that reflected the success of the Bison Hockey program during the 2011-12 campaign,” said head coach Mike Sirant.


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