UNB and McGill set to clash in opening game of WHKY Championship

OTTAWA, ON – The U SPORTS national women’s hockey championship will kick off Thursday with a game between the UNB Reds and McGill martlets. UNB is the higher seeded team because of their victory in the AUS conference. Having finished second in the RSEQ, McGill cannot be ranked higher; however, they are the better team. The Martlets are perennial winners of U SPORTS women’s hockey … Continue reading UNB and McGill set to clash in opening game of WHKY Championship

Brock, Nipissing looking to make noise at U SPORTS Championships in PEI

Ottawa, ON – In just a few short hours the puck will drop at MacLauchlan Arena at UPEI and the 2022 U SPORTS WHKY Championship will get underway. Before that, lets breakdown the two teams representing the OUA. Brock Badgers  The Brock Badgers, the team that most could probably say they didn’t expect to be here, but one that could easily make some noise this … Continue reading Brock, Nipissing looking to make noise at U SPORTS Championships in PEI

AUS WHKY: Semifinal matchups set as SMU’s star power leads them to victory

Across the AUS women’s hockey circuit Wednesday night, the top teams made statements with large-margin wins. The Saint Mary’s Huskies were no different, handling the Dalhousie Tigers with ease on the way to a 4-0 triumph. Dal kept it competitive through the first little bit in the game with some grade-A chances. But some early saves from Dagny Hudspeth in net set the tone for … Continue reading AUS WHKY: Semifinal matchups set as SMU’s star power leads them to victory

Grading AUS women’s hockey teams midway through 2021-22

HALIFAX, NS – A pack is starting to emerge at the top of the AUS women’s hockey standings and as you will notice, they earn the best grades in 49 Sports’ midseason rankings.  14 games into each teams’ 24-game schedule, we’ve seen parity for most teams within competition between close teams in the standings. We’ve seen a major upset or two but otherwise, playoff frontrunners … Continue reading Grading AUS women’s hockey teams midway through 2021-22

Montreal Carabins dominate Carleton Ravens for first win of season

OTTAWA, ON – The Carleton Ravens women’s hockey team has started 2021-2022 on a high, with a pair of wins but a matchup on Friday night against a familiar foe from 2019-2020 served to remind the Ravens there is work to be done as the RSEQ season slowly gets underway. Coming into the first of five matchups this season against Montreal, Carleton looked to add … Continue reading Montreal Carabins dominate Carleton Ravens for first win of season