Hockey

Golden games, vol.2: 10th anniversary of women’s hockey’s six-overtime victory

In the ninth period of a game that seemed like it may never end, the former women’s hockey centre and current assistant coach, Morgan McHaffie, dove to the Guelph net for a rebound.Continue...

Men’s hockey shooting for success with new recruits

While the pandemic has created a quiet year for men’s hockey, one aspect of the game has remained busy: recruiting.Continue...

Gaels swept from playoffs by Patriotes

Following a sweep at the hands of the University of Quebec at Trois-Rivieres (UQTR) Patriotes, the 2019-20 Queen’s Gaels Men’s Hockey season has drawn to a close.Continue...

Thank you, Abes

Kevin Bailie, ArtSci ’16, Law ’19, writes a thank-you letter to his long-time friend, teammate, co-worker, and soon-to-be fellow alum, Spencer Abraham—an individual widely regarded as the best defenceman in Queen’s Varsity Hockey history. Continue...

Carr-Harris in pictures

On Thursday, Feb. 6, a record-setting 4,121 people packed the Leon’s Centre to watch the RMC Paladins and Queen’s Gaels duke it out for the 34th annual Carr-Harris Cup.Continue...

Queen’s brings Carr-Harris Cup home in a classic

Fans streamed from The Tragically Hip Way into the Leon’s Centre in record-setting droves last night to witness the 34th annual Carr-Harris Cup between the Queen’s Gaels and the RMC Paladins.Continue...

Here’s what you need to know about tonight’s Carr-Harris Cup

Kingston’s OUA men's hockey teams will clash tonight in the annual battle for the Carr-Harris Cup.Continue...

Margo shows heart on, off the ice

When Eric Margo joined the Queen’s men’s hockey team in 2016, he never imagined he would become one of its greatest leaders athletically, academically, and in the community.Continue...

Queen’s clinches playoffs with weekend sweep

Queen’s was back in action this past weekend in the Limestone City, and the Gaels played a hard-fought pair of games to clinch a playoff spot.Continue...

Critical loss puts Gaels in playoff peril

The Gaels dropped a game to the Ontario Tech Ridgebacks that they wish they could have back.Continue...

Cure Cancer Classic raises $183,000

The Queen's Commerce vs. Engineering Cure Cancer Classic was played at the Leon’s Centre last Thursday.Continue...

Gaels get win to hold onto sixth place

On Friday night, the Gaels were at home to take on the Ontario Tech Ridgebacks.Continue...

Slater Doggett perfects ‘student-athlete’

Slater Doggett has dedicated much of his life to hockey, but he never expected the accomplishments that followed suit.Continue...

Gaels slow out of the gates

The men’s hockey team started the new year with a lackluster three-game stretch, dropping decisive games to Guelph and Carleton before winning a close one against Nipissing.Continue...

Gaels split Kingston games

This past weekend, the Gaels men’s hockey team pulled out a win as they continue to try to lift themselves out from the bottom of the OUA East standings.Continue...

Gaels handed fourth straight loss

Looking to shake off last week’s losses to Carleton and McGill, the Queen’s Gaels were at home this past weekend facing off against the No. 6 University of Toronto Varsity Blues and No. 9 Ryerson Rams.Continue...

Gaels return empty-handed

Following two solid home wins over Nipissing, the men’s hockey team suffered a winless road trip, losing matches to Carleton and McGill, 3-2 and 7-4 respectively.Continue...

Gaels raise banner, sweep Lakers

The men’s hockey team put the brakes on the upstart Nipissing Lakers’ hot start to the season, beating them 1-0 and 8-1 on consecutive nights.Continue...

Thank you, Queen's

You remember the commercial: “What’s Your Thing?”Continue...

‘This needs to end’: Queen’s hosts roundtable on racism in hockey

At Saturday’s Roundtable on Racism in Hockey, held at the Kinesiology building, one thing was made clear: racism isn’t new to hockey, and something needs to change.Continue...

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