Hockey

Hockey Helps the Homeless raises more than $30,000 for Kingston Youth Shelter

Queen’s Hockey Helps the Homeless raised more than $30,000 for the Kingston Youth Shelter at its annual tournament on Feb. 28.

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A hockey fan’s open letter to Don Cherry

Dear Don Cherry, It was a shame it had to come to an end like this.Continue...

We need to analyze why Don Cherry wasn’t cancelled a long time ago

Anyone who’s had the displeasure of spending their Saturday nights from October to April watching the Toronto Maple Leafs lose on Hockey Night in Canada knows that if you can get through the first period without throwing the remote at the television, you see something special.Continue...

NHL’s lack of domestic violence policy sets dangerous precedent

The National Hockey League’s (NHL) lack of domestic violence policy sets a poor example for youth and sports fans worldwide.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...

Queen’s grad finds success in NHL

As a defenceman on the men’s hockey team at Queen’s, the possibility of bringing the Stanley Cup home to Oshawa was a long shot for Ryan van Asten.Continue...

Men’s hockey stars at charity event

On a hot summer day in Kingston, members of Queen’s men’s hockey team found a way to give back to their community.Continue...

QJ Sports: Taylor vs. Tyler

With the National Hockey League season just around the corner, there’s always interest of who the stars of tomorrow will be. Many eyes have been on 17-year-old Canadian Connor McDavid,...Continue...

Too late for change

Starting this year, Ontario hockey programs will be better represented at the national level — a change that should have happened already.Continue...

Attendance woes reach new lows

Our apathetic student body hinders athletics programs at Queen’s.Continue...

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