Toronto pushes win streak to 16 games with win over TMU

Toronto, ON – They were coming in as the underdog. All the pressure’s was on Toronto. That was the message to TMU Bold by coach Lisa Haley in advance of their Saturday night matchup against the Toronto Varsity Blues and for good reason. The number one ranked team in the country, the Toronto Varsity Blues were winners of 15 straight heading into Saturday and owned … Continue reading Toronto pushes win streak to 16 games with win over TMU

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Weekend Watch: OUA men’s hockey’s penultimate weekend playoff push

TORONTO, ON  –  The first weekend of February is upon us, and OUA hockey is reaching the final, nerve-racking moments of the regular season.  With some teams having just two games to go, it’s crunch time for many to lock up playoff spots, while others look for playoff seeding. At the same time, some teams play out the string, with seniors potentially taking on the … Continue reading Weekend Watch: OUA men’s hockey’s penultimate weekend playoff push

“I need to play in this”: What the OUA Carr-Harris Cup means to former Kingston Frontenacs

When their skates hit the ice for warmups at the Carr-Harris Cup, former Kingston Frontenacs Ryan Cranford and Matt Hotchkiss thought they were back in the black and gold. Representing the Queen’s Gaels, the former OHLers felt right at home, despite not having the comforts of a home locker room or Fronts fans in the stands.  It was not an Ontario Hockey League game, but … Continue reading “I need to play in this”: What the OUA Carr-Harris Cup means to former Kingston Frontenacs

The Carr-Harris Cup returns with Queen’s running out of time

Kingston, ON – Few OUA or U SPORTS events are as deeply forged in history as the Carr-Harris Cup.  It was 137 years ago, back on March 10, 1886, that Queen’s defeated RMC 1-0 in the first game between the schools. In 1986, in honour of the 100th anniversary of that first game, a group of Kingston hockey historians worked with the Original Hockey Hall … Continue reading The Carr-Harris Cup returns with Queen’s running out of time

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Toronto Varsity Blues keep winning, headline OUA women’s hockey takeaways

TORONTO, ON – The final weekend of January is in the books in OUA women’s hockey, and the contenders are truly becoming clear as playoff season approaches.  With the full cohort back from representing Team Canada at the Lake Placid 2023 FISU World University Games, the best players are shining as teams look to gain form in the season’s final weeks.  As the McCawCup Playoffs … Continue reading Toronto Varsity Blues keep winning, headline OUA women’s hockey takeaways

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Lakehead thunders towards playoffs and other OUA men’s hockey takeaways

TORONTO, ON – The final weekend of January is in the books in OUA men’s hockey, and the contenders are truly becoming clear as playoff season approaches.  With the full cohort back from representing Team Canada at the Lake Placid 2023 FISU World University Games, the best players are shining as teams look to gain form in the season’s final weeks.  As the Queen’s Cup … Continue reading Lakehead thunders towards playoffs and other OUA men’s hockey takeaways

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uOttawa to host 2025 U SPORTS men’s hockey championship at TD Place

TORONTO, ON –  The U SPORTS men’s hockey championship is heading to the nation’s capital.  On Wednesday, U SPORTS announced that the 2025 University Cup tournament would be hosted by the University of Ottawa, with the Gee-Gees bringing the tournament to TD Place, home of the OHL’s Ottawa 67’s and the annual Carleton v Ottawa Colonel By Classic.  The 2023 tournament will be hosted by … Continue reading uOttawa to host 2025 U SPORTS men’s hockey championship at TD Place