Hockey

Live tweet updates: 2019 Carr Harris Cup

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Women’s hockey earns much-needed points in weekend wins

With a share of luck, the women’s hockey team (12-8-1-0) came out of their final home stand of the season with two wins.Continue...

Men’s hockey snaps short losing streak with pair of wins

Fresh off a pair of demoralizing losses, the men’s hockey team (17-7-0) put together two wins against the Laurentian Voyageurs (6-15-1) and Concordia Stingers (14-8-2) at home this weekend.Continue...

Women’s hockey sweeps weekend series

In their strongest weekend of the 2018-19 season, the women’s hockey team (11-7-0-0) defeated the nationally-ranked sixth Western Mustangs (11-3-0-4) 5-2 and the Windsor Lancers (0-14-2-2) 2-1.Continue...

Makenzy Arsenault rewrites the script

Before the 2018-19 season, women’s hockey goaltender Makenzy Arsenault knew her time was coming—she just thought it wasn’t for another year.Continue...

Gaels weekend road roundup: week 13

The beginning of the semester saw both hockey teams on the road for a pair of matchups. While the men’s team found good fortune away from home, the women weren’t quite as lucky.Continue...

Slater Doggett competes against Canadian World Junior team

In December, Queen’s forward Slater Doggett laced up and featured for the U Sports All-Stars in a three-game series against Canada’s World Junior Prospects.Continue...

Face-off for number one

After his starting and backup goaltenders left the program this summer, men’s hockey Head Coach Brett Gibson faced a problem: he only had one goalie going into the season, and hadn’t recruited at all for another.Continue...

Queen’s trump RMC for second time of 2018-19

Last Saturday, the men’s hockey team beat the RMC Paladins for the second time this season, coming away with a 7-2 win on home ice.Continue...

Men’s hockey sweep weekend series, win fourth straight game

Over the weekend, the men’s hockey team (10-3-0) completed their four-game home series with two decisive wins over the Laurentian Voyageurs (5-7-0) and Nipissing Lakers (3-9).Continue...

Gaels weekend road round-up: week 10

The women’s hockey team (7-4-0-0) was the lone Queen’s team on the road this weekend, losing to the Nipissing Lakers (4-3-4-0) while defeating the Laurentian Voyageurs (3-5-1-2).Continue...

Men’s hockey earns pair of home victories

After two road trips, the men’s hockey team returned to the Memorial Centre for a pair of games against the Université de Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR) Patriotes this weekend, defeating them 5-2 on Friday and 3-2 on Saturday.Continue...

Women’s hockey comes out of weekend with two wins

While most students spent their long weekend at home, the women’s hockey team (4-2) stayed in Kingston, picking up two wins against the York Lions (1-2) and Brock Badgers (2-1).Continue...

Brett Gibson claims 150 wins as head coach

When men’s hockey head coach Brett Gibson first joined the Gaels’ hockey program in 2006, he admits he was a kid. With several program records, a nationally-ranked team, and now 150 regular-season wins under his belt—he knows he’s a man.Continue...

Gaels handed first loss on Homecoming weekend

The men’s hockey team endured its first loss of the season and captured one win in back-to-back games this weekend.Continue...

Women's hockey splits opening weekend

After a hectic first weekend of the regular season, women’s hockey head coach Matt Holmberg struggled to find a single word to define the Gaels’ opening pair of games.Continue...

Women's hockey raising the bar in 2018-19

The past two seasons for the women’s hockey team have been a constant flow of progress. This season, there’s no desire to take a step back.Continue...

Gaels boast clean record following first set of games

The Gaels kicked off their regular season with two wins on Saturday and Wednesday, defeating the defending OUA champion, the McGill Redmen, 2-1 in overtime on the road and the RMC Paladins 4-0 at home.Continue...

Gaels to take on defending OUA champions in season opener

The men’s hockey team lives and trains by one motto: karma.Continue...

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