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A town, a game, a legacy

Jay McClement is the poster boy for Kingston’s NHLers.Continue...

Middle at midway mark

A win streak is hard to come by for the men’s hockey team.Continue...

Fifth straight title

Last night at the K-Rock Centre, 2,576 fans watched the men’s hockey team win its fifth straight Carr-Harris Cup 4-1 over the Royal Military College Paladins.Continue...

Call in question

Kelly Jackson would have led the Gaels to victory over the Nipissing Lakers — but his shootout attempt was ruled a miss by referee Ron Stakes.Continue...

Nine-goal loss caps off a November to forget

Last weekend, men’s hockey head coach Brett Gibson tweeted, “Whole month to stew over last night’s debacle! Recruiting starts today... to find guys that want
to compete.”Continue...

Border Crossing

Preseason trips to the U.S. are a regular occurrence with Queen’s varsity teams. Teams test themselves against NCAA competition and they don’t always lose.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...

Men's hockey breaks program record with 19 wins

After winning a program-high 19 games, the men’s hockey team is ready to compete in the OUA playoffs and bring the Queen’s Cup back to Kingston.Continue...

Men’s hockey drops pair of weekend games

Head coach Brett Gibson said he doesn’t have a magic wand to help fix the men’s hockey early season struggles.Continue...

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