Men's hockey

Men’s hockey has difficult weekend at home

Going up against a couple of the OUA’s strongest teams, the nationally ranked McGill Redmen and Concordia Stingers, the Gaels knew they were going to have their hands full. Though a tough task, two wins against these teams would’ve given Queen’s the top spot in the OUA East.Continue...

Gaels weekend road roundup: week six

It was a successful weekend for Queen’s teams as they hit the road across Ontario.Continue...

Successful start to weekend for Queen’s hockey

Homecoming weekend signalled the start to the men’s and women’s hockey team’s 2017/18 campaign.Continue...

Men’s hockey looking to break through new boundaries

With players flowing in and out of programs as each year passes, creating sustained success at the university level is a daunting task.Continue...

Gaels get their shot at the NHL with rookie invites

While the level of University hockey is exceptional, the choice to play it often signals the final stages of a player’s career.Continue...

Hanging up the skates

I can still vividly picture my first day of class. While pulling out my note pad, a fellow classmate approaches me, a 22-year old bearded sophomore and asked “are you the professor?”Continue...

Abraham nets second NHL shot

Although Hockey Canada listed the odds of making it to the NHL as a Canadian-born prospect as 4000-1, Queen’s defenceman, Spencer Abraham, hopes to bend the trend in his favour.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...

National run ends short for men's hockey

While the Gaels went into the U Sports Championship in Fredericton with a confidence attained from their successful regular season, their national playoffs stint was cut short. The Gaels lost 5-1 in the first game to the tournament host, the University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds. The game brought the Gaels’ 2016-17 run to an end, and the team finished fifth in the country.Continue...

An unexpected road trip to the U Sports Cavendish University Cup for men's hockey

While most of the Queen’s community might be upset at the snow this late into March, the men’s hockey team is relishing the situation it has left them.Continue...

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