Men's hockey

‘Ball best among Gaels

Women's basketball sits first in Journal's annual winter power rankings.Continue...

Sports in brief

Men's basketball, women's hockey and men's hockey win awards, while wrestler finishes fourth.Continue...

Late collapse

Seventeen seconds was all it took for men’s hockey’s season to take a drastic change.Continue...

Hockey In Brief

Men's hockey falls 2-1 to the Laurentian Voyageurs in game one of OUA East quarterfinal.Continue...

Redemption on the line in 29th Carr-Harris

When hockey’s oldest rivalry renews this year, one team will be looking to bolster their playoff position. The other is just looking for a win.Continue...

Win brings relief

Members of the men’s hockey team felt two separate emotions after beating the UOIT Ridgebacks Tuesday night.Continue...

On-ice woes

The men’s hockey team has found themselves at a crossroads with four games left in the regular season.Continue...

Kingston connection

At any level of sports, seven consecutive seasons is a long time to be teammates.Continue...

New Year’s checkup

Taking a look at the Gaels winter varsity teams, midway through their seasons.Continue...

Rough week back

Ask men’s hockey head coach Brett Gibson what he thinks about his team dropping their first two games of 2015 and you’ll get a short answer.Continue...

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