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Know Your Athlete: Melodie Daoust

Melodie Daoust is very busy. Jan. 8, half a day removed from captaining the Canadian Women’s Development team to a gold in Germany, the Senior physical education major stepped onto the ice in Martlet uniform to face Concordia. “It is a lot of organization when you play for two teams, especially when you play for… Keep Reading

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Hockey: Martlets eke past Gee Gees in shootout, clinch home ice advantage

The RSEQ second-place ranked McGill Martlets (12-5-2) edged out the third place Ottawa GeeGees (10-6-2) in an exciting shootout win on Sunday afternoon at McConnell Arena. Entering the game, the Martlet’s playoff matchup against Ottawa was already set, the only question was of who would host the series. With Sunday’s win, McGill clinched second place… Keep Reading

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The away games: Martlets and Redmen at Concordia

Redmen Hockey The Redmen (21-6-1) endured a 4-2 upset defeat against the Stingers (10-12-6) last Friday at Ed Meagher Arena. The defeat ended McGill’s five-game run of victories over Concordia, and provided a preview to their three game OUA East playoff quarter-finals series next Wednesday. Concordia outplayed the Redmen for the first two periods, outscoring… Keep Reading

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Hockey: Martlets power past Ravens to move above .500

McGill Martlets 2 Carleton Ravens 0 The McGill Martlets (4-3-0) finally broke out of their power play slump when senior defenceman Brittney Fouracres second period slap-shot found the back of the Carleton Ravens’ (2-5-0) net in McGill’s 2-0 victory on Sunday at McConnell Arena. This is the first time McGill has scored in their 24… Keep Reading

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Hockey: Martlets split weekend against two cross-town rivals

    McGill Martlets 3           Montreal Carabins 4     It was a women’s hockey double derby weekend in Montreal, with the McGill Martlets (3-2-0) welcoming challengers from two local universities: The Montreal Carabins (4-1-1) and the Concordia Stingers (2-2-1). The Martlets started on a low note in a thrilling… Keep Reading

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The week that was for McGill Athletics: Nov. 2

In this week's edition of the week that was for McGill Athletics the McGill Tribune Sports team looks at Emilie Matte de Grasse and Spencer Bromley, our athletes-of-the-week;  Martlet hockey and Martlet volleyball; as well as our weekly edition of by the numbers. Beyond the box score Martlet Hockey The Martlet hockey team (2-1-0) lost 2-0 against… Keep Reading

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Hockey: Martlets blank Gee-Gees behind Melodie Daoust’s heroics

McGill Martlets 5 Ottawa Gee Gees 0 If the McGill Martlets’ (2-0-0) 5-0 shutout win over the Ottawa Gee-Gees (2-2-0) on Saturday night is any indication, this season should be a thrilling one to watch. The Martlets, who kicked off their 2015-2016 season this past weekend with back-to-back victories, proved worthy of their top-three ranking… Keep Reading

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Building a dynasty: The rise of Martlet hockey

The first women’s hockey game at McGill University was played in 1894, back when females possessed an unexpected advantage over their male counterparts: The modest ankle-length skirts that they had to wear. These allowed the ladies to pursue a clever defensive strategy. By crouching in front of their goaltender when the opposing team had possession… Keep Reading

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The week that was for McGill Athletics: February 24th

Athletes of the week Samuel Labrecque Birthday boy Labrecque scored two goals in 17 seconds to propel McGill to the OUA East finals on Friday. Labrecque was the key figure in McGill’s 2-0 sweep of Queens; in the series opener, he assisted both of McGill’s goals in their 2-1 victory. Labrecque doesn’t only show up… Keep Reading

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