Matt Holmberg

Women’s hockey continues hot streak

Over the past month, the women’s hockey team has made one thing very clear: they can beat anybody in the country.Continue...

Competing to the final whistle for women’s hockey

Very few university hockey teams in Canada can say that they played hockey on the last day of the season. On Sunday, the women’s hockey team was given that honour.Continue...

Gaels upset falls short in the first round

It was a packed and rowdy Thursday night at the Strathcona Paper Centre in Napanee, as the eighth-seed Queen’s women’s hockey team looked to open their U Sports Championship campaign on a winning note against the first-seed UBC Thunderbirds. The Gaels were unable to complete the upset in a game that came down to the final moments, as UBC topped the hosts by a score of 2-1.Continue...

Women’s hockey continues to roll

It wasn’t the start that any of them had in mind. After ten games, the women’s hockey team was looking at a 4-6 record and a discouraging weekend consisting of two straight losses. Something wasn’t right. And then it was.Continue...

Women’s hockey continues to roll, winning eight in a row

On Saturday night, the Kingston Memorial Centre had a buzz unlike any regular season game this year.Continue...

Growing pains for women’s hockey team

Just six games into the season, the Queen’s women’s hockey team is still finding their groove.Continue...

Working towards the national championships

At the beginning of a new season, it’s almost become a formality for teams to force-feed the phrase “new season, new start” when asked about their approach to the season ahead. Not for Queen’s women’s hockey team.Continue...

Women's hockey knocked out of playoffs

A third period comeback wasn’t in the cards for the women’s hockey team, as they bowed out of the post season on Friday night.Continue...

A different kind of fatherly advice

Russ Holmberg isn’t an official assistant coach for Queen’s women’s hockey program, but that doesn’t prevent him from providing his opinions to the team.Continue...

Resurgent offence leads to women's hockey comeback

When his team was down 2-0 after the first period, head coach Matt Holmberg didn’t give a coach’s speech in the intermission. Instead, he let his athletes do the talking.Continue...

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