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Top trio steps up

Last year’s top scoring trio re-emerged, helping the Gaels start 2013 with a weekend split.Continue...

No plans for arena

The men’s and women’s hockey teams are still waiting for their arena.Continue...

Sports in brief

Football team signs two recruits

The Queen’s football team has announced two new recruits in the past month — Doug Corby from Burlington, Ont.’s Nelson High School...Continue...

Five-year career comes to a close

Men’s hockey coach Brett Gibson isn’t sure if he’ll ever be able to replace his departing captain. “It’s hard to comprehend not having Jon Lawrance [next season],” Gibson said. “He brought leadership, effort and skill that may not ever walk through the doors of Queen’s again.”Continue...

Injuries derail season

Men’s hockey head coach Brett Gibson tried to create a playoff contender, adding four key players over the summer to a roster that had lost virtually none of its parts from 2010-11.Continue...

Gaels swept from playoffs

The men’s hockey team was eliminated from the OUA playoffs on Friday night after losing 5-1 to the McGill Redmen at the Memorial Centre.Continue...

Gaels come up short

The men’s hockey team pushed the McGill Redmen to the limit on Wednesday night, but still fell 3-2 in Montreal.Continue...

Costly loss

The men’s hockey team made it into the OUA playoffs with a 6-4 loss to the Nipissing Lakers in their regular season finale on
Saturday night.Continue...

Playoffs in doubt

After last night’s 3-2 loss to the Ryerson Rams in Toronto, the men’s hockey team’s playoff hopes depend on the final game of the regular season.Continue...

Shut out on road

David Chubb is the newest addition to the men’s hockey team’s
injured list.Continue...

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