March 10, 2023

Cure Cancer Classic: ‘Most electric event ever’

One of the year’s most anticipated—and rowdy—hockey games took to the ice this weekend.  
February 10, 2023

Gaels win 35th Carr-Harris Cup in overtime

The Carr-Harris Cup returned to the Leon Centre on Thursday Feb. 2 for the first time since 2020, continuing the world’s oldest hockey rivalry.
On Friday Jan. 27, the Queen’s Women’s Hockey team shut down the Windsor Lancers 5-1 at the Memorial Centre.
Queen’s Men’s Hockey has a five-game win streak—they are undefeated in the new year.
Students are invited to watch the world’s oldest hockey rivalry on Feb. 2. 
On Saturday, Memorial Centre was reminiscent of Richardson Stadium during a football game.
All eyes are on the men’s and women’s hockey teams as they return after the winter break.
The Queen’s Gaels defeated the York Lions 4-0 on Saturday at the Memorial Centre.
On Friday, Queen’s Men’s Hockey played uOttawa for their first game of the season at the Memorial Centre in Kingston.

Men’s Hockey: What to expect

September 23, 2022
After a devestating loss at the OUA playoffs last March, Men’s Hockey is looking forward to a fresh start this season.
“Okay, here we go, we can do this and come back.”
“It was probably one of the more tougher losses that I’ve had at Queen’s, just because I felt that group of guys was really a unique group.”

Thank you, Captain

March 25, 2022
Face shaved, teeth brushed, body washed. Check.
The Queen’s Gaels men’s hockey team lost 3-2 in overtime to the McGill University Redbirds on Wednesday night at the Memorial Centre.
The Queen’s women’s hockey team beat Ontario Tech 4-2 Wednesday night to advance to the second round of the OUA playoffs. 
“I do think there is a change in the mentality of guys when it comes to playoffs […] there is just this sense, this feeling […] that just comes over you; you’ll do anything to win the game.”
The Queen’s women’s hockey team beat the York Lions 4-0 on Saturday to clinch a spot in the OUA playoffs after losing 5-1 to York the previous evening.
“I think it just was the want to win, everyone on our team just wanted to win.” 
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