women's hockey

Women's hockey split opening weekend

After the Gaels dropped their first round playoff series to the Nipissing Lakers in two tightly contested games last season, the Gaels squared off in a rematch with their rivals on Homecoming Saturday.Continue...

Working towards the national championships

At the beginning of a new season, it’s almost become a formality for teams to force-feed the phrase “new season, new start” when asked about their approach to the season ahead. Not for Queen’s women’s hockey team.Continue...

McHaffie looking to buck the trend

Just a year after trading in her skates for a whistle and a white board, Morgan McHaffie is gaining support as she progresses in the coaching community.Continue...

A different kind of fatherly advice

Russ Holmberg isn’t an official assistant coach for Queen’s women’s hockey program, but that doesn’t prevent him from providing his opinions to the team.Continue...

Sealing a sibling success

As Amber Sealey stood at the Queen’s bench after scoring her first career goal last season, her sister Alisha wrapped an arm around her.Continue...

Women's hockey back to winning

After starting their weekend homestand with a fourth loss in five games, the women’s hockey team was primed for a statement game.Continue...

Women’s hockey falters against York

Returning in their first game back from the winter break, women’s hockey didn’t get the easy win they may have expected.Continue...

A tale of two Crouses

While Queen’s forward Kyla Crouse’s home rink sits at Kingston’s Memorial Centre, another Crouse sibling is skating just over two kilometres away for the town’s beloved Frontenacs junior team....Continue...

Tables turned on women's hockey

Less than 24 hours after they claimed the top spot in the OUA, women’s hockey saw themselves humbled with a loss. The Gaels fell 4-1 to the Western Mustangs on Saturday, a night after picking up a 4-1 win over the Windsor Lancers.Continue...

High-intensity win

After a weekend off, women’s hockey returned to victory. With a 5-1 road win over UOIT on Saturday. The success places the Gaels’ record at 7-1-1, tying them for first in the OUA standings....Continue...

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