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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

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‘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...

Finding satisfaction: Jaden Lindo comes out on top

While his resume shouts success, Jaden Lindo’s hockey career has been anything but linear.Continue...

Defeat in U Sports quarterfinals ends men’s hockey’s postseason run

The men’s hockey team suffered a tough season-ending loss last Friday night, ending their postseason campaign just six days after hoisting their first OUA title in 38 years.Continue...

Men's hockey blazing into U Sports Championships

The past month has been a dream for the men’s hockey team—and they have a chance to continue it this coming weekend.Continue...

More than a numbers game

From a quick eye test, men’s hockey rookie Jared Bethune was in a slump.Continue...

Men's hockey wins Queen's Cup, snaps 38-year streak

On Saturday night, following a 4-1 win against the Guelph Gryphons, Queen’s restored their title as OUA champions almost 40 years after their last victorious run in 1981.Continue...

Game in Photos: Men's Hockey OUA Final

With Game in Photos, The Journal ’s staff photographers capture the ebbs, and flows of Queen’s varsity sports teams in action.Continue...

Abraham leaves behind a generational legacy

As a younger defenceman, Spencer Abraham never expected to be chosen to take a game-winning shootout goal during his first appearance for the U Sports All-Star team.

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Men’s hockey riding high ahead of Queen’s Cup

A visit from members of The Tragically Hip doesn’t happen every week—which is the precise message Head Coach Brett Gibson has been trying to communicate to his team.Continue...

Men’s hockey sweeps Carleton, advances to Queen’s Cup Final

The men’s hockey team will host the coveted Queen’s Cup Final on Saturday night, following a sweeping 4-1 defeat of the Carleton Ravens over the weekend.Continue...

Game in Photos: Queen's Gaels vs. Carleton Ravens

With Game in Photos, The Journal ’s staff photographers capture the ebbs, flows and emotions of Queen’s varsity sports teams in action.Continue...

Women's hockey loses nail-biting first round series to Ryerson

In playoff hockey, a single goal can be the difference between elation and heartbreak.Continue...

Men's hockey one win away from OUA Final

Following a 3-2 overtime win against the Carleton Ravens on Thursday, the men’s hockey team will head into game two of the OUA Eastern Conference final on Friday with a 1-0 series advantage.Continue...

Men's hockey squeezes past Concordia in first game of playoffs

A team’s season is defined by their peak performance—and most importantly, when they reach it.Continue...

Men’s hockey trounces McGill in final regular season game

After losing to RMC 5-1 at Thursday night’s Carr-Harris Cup, men’s hockey Assistant Coach Kevin Bailie laid out the stakes going into Saturday night’s game against the McGill Redmen.Continue...

Men’s hockey lose 5-1 in 133rd Carr-Harris Cup

At a press conference before Thursday’s Carr-Harris Cup, men’s hockey Head Coach Brett Gibson said every year, the game showcases the talent on Queen’s and RMC’s roster—regardless of where they sit in the standings.Continue...

Live tweet updates: 2019 Carr Harris Cup

Couldn't make it to the game? The Journal has you covered.Continue...

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