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Hockey: Martlets fall 5-0 to Mustangs in CIS Finals

    McGill Martlets 0         Western Mustangs 5     Despite being the No. 1 seed in the National Championships and the defending champions, McGill was unable to successfully repeat, falling flat in a 5-0 blowout to the Western Mustangs and settling for silver. It marked the Martlets’ eighth trip to… Keep Reading

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The week that was for McGill Athletics: March 17

BY THE NUMBERS 2 The number of silver medals that the McGill Martlet basketball and hockey teams won at the CIS National Championships this past Sunday.           9.1 McGill point guard Dianna Ros’ dismal shooting percentage in the CIS National Women’s Basketball Championship game. The Martlets came up short against the… Keep Reading

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McGill advances to OUA semifinals

      McGill Redmen 2             Concordia Stingers 1       The McGill Redmen (21-5-0) advanced to the second round of the OUA men’s hockey playoffs on Sunday night after defeating the Concordia Stingers (8-17-1) 6-3 at McConnell Arena. After dropping the first game of the best-of-three series… Keep Reading

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Redmen stung in playoff opener

The playoffs are a fresh start during which anything is possible, and this was exemplified in game one of the opening round series between the Concordia Stingers and McGill Redmen in the OUA East. The fierce rivalry was a one-sided affair during the regular season, as the Redmen took both games with 5-3 and 5-4… Keep Reading

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Know your McGill Athlete: Jacob Gervais-Chouinard

The McGill Redmen are having an impressive season, and sophomore goaltender Jacob Gervais-Chouinard is a major reason behind this success. His outstanding save percentage of .944-per cent tops the CIS rankings. In the classroom, Gervais-Chouinard is a hard-working student majoring in Economics and minoring in Finance. At the moment, he’s not quite sure what to do… Keep Reading

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Redmen capture OUA East

  McGill Redmen 5     RMC Paladins 1   Playoffs in sports are occasionally referred to as the ‘second season.’ The slate is wiped clean for all those participating, and while a high seed translates to home-ice advantage, it guarantees little beyond that. That being said, players on the Redmen (21-5-0) ice hockey team… Keep Reading

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McGill bounces back from tough loss, blows out Ravens

  McGill Martlets 7     Carleton Ravens 2   The Martlets (12-4) ended an emotionally draining weekend by dominating the Carleton Ravens (3-12) 7-2. McGill responded to a 5-0 loss in its previous outing to the CIS No. 1 ranked Montréal Carabins with a complete performance. Junior forward Gabrielle Davidson, who has enjoyed success… Keep Reading

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Labrecque leads Redmen past Gaels

  McGill Redmen 4     Queen's Gaels 1   Freshman defenceman Samuel Labrecque came out of the Redmen locker room after Friday night’s game and addressed the media outside in short, quiet sentences. “I was pretty lucky on all the goals,” Labrecque said, after ending a 22 game hat trick drought for McGill and… Keep Reading

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Behind the Bench: Winter ‘not so’ classic

As Troy Brouwer scored the game-winning goal with 13 seconds remaining in regulation, one could almost forget that the NHL’s annual Winter Classic was struggling to maintain its popularity among fans. This year’s game, an outdoor tilt between the Washington Capitals and the Chicago Blackhawks, may have been the most exciting one yet—weather conditions were… Keep Reading

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