Men's hockey

Men's hockey exits early from playoffs

Men’s hockey saw an end to their promising season this past weekend, after they suffered a critical 4-3 loss to the UOIT Ridgebacks.Continue...

Men's hockey picks up three points on Waterloo road trip

While the men’s hockey team hoped to complete a perfect weekend in Waterloo, they fell short Sunday night in a match up against the Laurier Golden Hawks.Continue...

Gaels topple Paladins in Carr-Harris Cup

Gaels forward Eric Ming’s goal two minutes into the first period set the tone for an unsurprising result in the 2016 Carr-Harris Cup on Thursday night.Continue...

Men's hockey unable to defeat the Redmen

Despite their 31st consecutive defeat at the hands of the McGill Redmen, men’s hockey Head Coach Brett Gibson was impressed by how the Gaels handled themselves this weekend.Continue...

Men's hockey road warriors, again

There’s no place like the road for the men’s hockey team.Continue...

Men's hockey falters against Ravens

Men’s hockey fell to the Carleton Ravens in a 3-2 loss at home on Tuesday, where a tough first period stifled chances of a late comeback attempt.Continue...

Men’s hockey unlucky on weekend

Heading into the weekend on a three-game winning streak, men’s hockey saw their momentum snapped. The Gaels picked up just a lone point this past weekend with a 4-3 regulation loss against Concordia on Friday night followed by a 3-2 double overtime loss against UQTR.Continue...

Men's hockey looks to build off close road victory

Falling 2-0 behind after the opening period of their first game back, men’s hockey had their backs up against the wall.Continue...

Trio chosen to compete against Canada’s juniors

Ever since he was little, Spencer Abraham has watched the World Junior Hockey Championship every winter break. This year, he has a chance to help the team he’s rooted for years; Canada’s national junior hockey team.Continue...

Redmen snatch victory from Gaels

In spite of Eric Ming’s pair of goals, men’s hockey was unable to hold onto what would’ve been a historic win. After Ming’s second goal gave his team a 2-1 lead with just over nine minutes to go in the third period, the Gaels fell 3-2 after a last-minute goal by the McGill Redmen, a team they haven’t beaten since 2004.Continue...

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