Hockey

Skating across the pond

When Molly Maclellan tells people she plays hockey, she now has to clarify that her sport occurs on ice.Continue...

Woman denied spot in men’s hockey league, claims gender discrimination

After playing on men’s hockey teams her whole life, Kassandra Sticklee, ArtSci ’14, no longer has the option to play on her usual type of team.Continue...

A town, a game, a legacy

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

National sport brings pride, not worries

Hockey’s positive ability to unite Canadians shouldn’t be decried — in fact, it should be celebrated.Continue...

Rivalries alive on ice

This weekend’s marquee matchup didn’t feature the Queen’s Gaels or Western Mustangs.Continue...

Fans turn to Frontenacs

The Kingston Frontenacs offered local hockey fans something to cheer about last Friday in a time of hardship.Continue...

Western connection

It's no coincidence that the men's hockey program has a Western Canadian core.Continue...

Robbing opportunities

Examining the impact of budget cuts on women’s hockey in Canada.Continue...

'You’re fighting for them’: Inside the 2018-19 Queen’s Men’s Hockey season, part one

“Ask those guys what it’s like to lose this game because you’re never going to get it back.”Continue...

Queen’s professor breaks down the advantage of small towns over bigger cities for producing athletic talent

For boys in youth hockey, the chances of playing in an NHL game are one in 1000. If you were born and raised in a small town rather than a big city, however, these defying odds could waver in your favour.Continue...

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