The Carleton Ravens took down the McGill Martlets 3-0 on Friday night to move to just four points back of the final playoff spot in the RSEQ Continue reading Are the Carleton Ravens ready to be a team worth believing in?
Ottawa, ON – How things can change in just three weeks. On Oct. 29, the Carleton Ravens dropped a 4-1 decision on the second half of a back-to-back to the Ottawa Gee-Gees to fall to 0-4-0 early in the 2022-2023 season. Yet post-game, head coach Stacey Colarossi was not upset; instead, she emphasized the process of building a winning program. That the effort was there for … Continue reading “Stick with the process” Ravens learning how to win with tough victory over McGill
This year’s U SPORTS Women’s Hockey Championship final will be very different-looking, as neither team has advanced that far in the 21st century. With wins in Saturday’s semifinals, the Concordia Stingers and Nipissing Lakers have booked their tickets in the tournament’s primetime finale Sunday night in Charlottetown. Nipissing cruised to a win over the UNB Reds in the early semi on Saturday afternoon, while Concordia … Continue reading U SPORTS WHKY Nationals Day 3: Concordia back in final after 23 years, while Nipissing clinches first gold-medal game berth
Charlottetown, PEI – “It’s our time. Why not us?” Sarah Hilworth’s message to her team, the UNB Reds, after the second period against the McGill Martlets could be summed up in those six words. That’s according to a postgame speech she gave to her squad, anyway. Either way, it was more than enough to spark a 5-4 comeback win in a shootout after being down … Continue reading U SPORTS WHKY Nationals Day 1: Overtime games required as UNB and Nipissing win first-ever nationals games
The 2022 U SPORTS Women’s Hockey Championship is back in Charlottetown today. After losing out on the 2020 championship in light of the first wave of COVID-19, the UPEI Panthers have another shot hosting nationals at the MacLauchlan Arena. Continue reading Breaking down each team at the U SPORTS WHKY Championship