Men's hockey

Up-and-down road trip for men's hockey

Men’s hockey defenceman Spencer Abraham had mixed thoughts on his team’s performance this past weekend. “The Western game and the Guelph game were complete polar opposites,” he said, referring to the team’s 4-3 win over the Western Mustangs on Thursday followed by a 4-2 loss on Friday night to the Guelph Gryphons.Continue...

"Puck Cancer" fundraising game set for Saturday in honour of late student

When Jordan Coccimiglio and the men’s hockey team take the ice against McGill this Saturday, they’ll be doing so in memory of a former Queen’s student.Continue...

Gaels take sting out of Concordia

On a rare weekend with just a lone game played, men’s hockey came away with a 4-0 win over the Concordia Stingers on Friday night.Continue...

Salvaging points on road

While men’s hockey picked up a win and a loss against the UOIT Ridgebacks, they were less than satisfied with their overall performance.Continue...

Sports in Brief

Men's hockey and Women's volleyball were both on the road last weekend.Continue...

First homestand results in split

Although men’s hockey salvaged a pair of points from their two-game homestand, head coach Brett Gibson isn’t satisfied with his team’s performance.Continue...

Varsity sports week in review

Hockey, soccer and women's rugby re-caps from the past week's actionContinue...

Road trips bond Gaels

Women’s hockey head coach Matt Holmberg has seen his fair share of successes in his time at Queen’s, winning two OUA titles in six seasons. But before the regular season begins, Holmberg’s players take an annual trip to build team chemistry on and off the ice.Continue...

Galasso’s quest for change ongoing

Unsatisfied with the current condition of the athletics program, Queen’s first Director of Athletics, Pat Galasso, is pushing hard for change on campus.Continue...

Pro time proves key

When Stu Lang retired from the Canadian Football League (CFL) in 1981, he never intended to take up coaching.Continue...

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