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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...

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...

Men’s hockey looking to break through new boundaries

With players flowing in and out of programs as each year passes, creating sustained success at the university level is a daunting task.Continue...

Gibson named to Canada’s U17 National Team

After spending over a decade building the men’s hockey program from the ground up, Brett Gibson has become one of the most respected coaches at the university level. Nationally, Hockey Canada has noticed Gibson, giving him opportunities he used to dream of.Continue...

Thirty-six years in the making for men's hockey

This Saturday, the Gaels will travel to North York to battle the York University Lions for the 106th Queen’s Cup — a competition the Gaels haven’t had the opportunity to take part in since 1981.Continue...

Gaels focus on successful system even with players gone

Teams can sometimes be put in difficult situations because of their success, and that’s exactly what has happened with the men’s hockey team.Continue...

Brett Gibson reflects on success

Gaels’ men’s hockey coach Brett Gibson has been enjoying his fair share of success behind the bench for the Gaels, with a 16-6 record this season. This level of success has put many people on notice, including Hockey Canada.Continue...

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