10 questions with TMU Bold’s Kai Edmonds

TORONTO, ON – With nine wins in 10 games, Kai Edmonds been a steady presence for the Bold in his rookie campaign, as he draws on experience from a cup of coffee at the pro level. Always happy to go to the rink, it’s evident that Edmond’s attitude influences his teammates 49 Sports’ Michael Pagani sat down with Kai Edmonds to chat about his experiences.  Michael … Continue reading 10 questions with TMU Bold’s Kai Edmonds

TMU snap losing streak with win over Badgers

Toronto, ON –  The TMU Bold entered Thursday’s game against the Brock Badgers in a mixed spot.  The last time these two teams played on October 29 resulted in a 6-4 Bold victory, and at the time, both teams were ranked. A month later, the Bold ranked ninth, but the Badgers had fallen off the board. It was TMU, though, who entered Thursday on a slide, … Continue reading TMU snap losing streak with win over Badgers

OUA MHKY Weekend Watch | Battles atop the table highlight weekend slate

TORONTO, ON – With the second month of the OUA men’s hockey season winding down, it is becoming clear which teams are genuine contenders heading into the sprint toward the holiday break and moreso in the new year.  Yet, in both the OUA East and West, the top of the standings are incredibly tight, and this weekend’s matchups could influence the final seedings come season’s … Continue reading OUA MHKY Weekend Watch | Battles atop the table highlight weekend slate

Strong first period covers up Carleton flaws in win over RMC

Ottawa, ON – Talking to Shaun Van Allen following the game on Saturday night, you’d be forgiven in thinking the Carleton Ravens had just lost 4-1 rather than taken a 4-1 win over the RMC Paladins to move to 6-2-2 and flip with Concordia for fifth in the OUA East. Yet, after watching his team go up 3-0 after one period on the Paladins before … Continue reading Strong first period covers up Carleton flaws in win over RMC

All-around performance carries Ravens to blowout win over Gaels

Ottawa, ON – Six days ago, the Carleton Ravens took the long trip up to North Bay to take on the Nipissing Lakers.  After dropping a 3-2 game to the Ontario Tech Ridgebacks on Friday, Nov. 11, for their second straight overtime loss, it was likely not an enjoyable ride. If it wasn’t, though, that didn’t show on the scoreboard as the Ravens controlled the Lakers … Continue reading All-around performance carries Ravens to blowout win over Gaels

Laurier snaps TMU’s five-game win streak with 3-1 win

Toronto, ON – All the TMU Bold have done this season is find ways to win.  On Saturday night though, it was the Golden Hawks came out victorious winning a tightly contested 2-1 game putting an end to the Bold’s five game winning streak. “They came in here after playing last night, a quick turnaround and they were the hungrier team and deserved the two … Continue reading Laurier snaps TMU’s five-game win streak with 3-1 win

UQTR men’s hockey player accused of misconduct, temporarily suspended

Player suspended pending investigation into allegedly operating an Instagram account used to grade women and reveal their personal information according to a report from TVA Nouvelles An undisclosed member of the UQTR Patriotes men’s hockey team has been placed on administrative suspension pending an investigation from the athletic department after it emerged they allegedly hosted an Instagram account on which they publicly graded women, some … Continue reading UQTR men’s hockey player accused of misconduct, temporarily suspended

James Mayotte plays the hero and Carleton escapes with a win over McGill

Ottawa, ON – After blowing a multi-goal lead on Friday, the Carleton Ravens needed someone to save their night. With their 5-4 overtime victory against the McGill Redbirds, the Ravens had a saviour on this night. Still, they had it re-emphasized that some of the mistakes they have continued to make in the early part of the OUA season need to be addressed.  The Ravens came … Continue reading James Mayotte plays the hero and Carleton escapes with a win over McGill

OUA WEEKEND WATCH: Can UQTR and Waterloo tighten their grip on their conferences?

TORONTO, ON –  The OUA men’s and women’s hockey seasons are starting to pull back the curtain.  Already into November, teams are approaching the quarter-mark of the campaign, with programs beginning to show whether they’re in a developmental season or eyeing a deep playoff run.  It’s moving quickly, and the first month is already in the books as 49 Sports looks ahead to this weekend’s … Continue reading OUA WEEKEND WATCH: Can UQTR and Waterloo tighten their grip on their conferences?