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10 Things: Turning points in Montreal sports history

March 3, 1875: The first organized game of indoor ice hockey was played at the Victoria Skating Rink on René-Lévesque between Drummond and Stanley, where the Sheraton Hotel now stands. Civil engineering student James Creighton organized the game, and many of the players were McGill students. The current standard dimensions for a hockey rink are… Keep Reading

Jake Gutman of McGill Redmen lacrosse makes a play
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Redmen remain undefeated on season

McGill Redmen 18 Carleton Ravens 3 On perhaps the last warm and sunny Saturday of the year, the McGill Redmen (8-0) continued their season-long win streak with an 18-3 drubbing of the second-seeded Carleton Ravens (5-1) at Molson Stadium. Undefeated in conference play dating back to the beginning of the 2013 season, the Redmen have… Keep Reading

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Martlets, Redmen battle the elements in McGill Open

Under unpredictable weather conditions, the Martlet and Redmen golf teams hosted the McGill Open this past weekend. The wet winds are characteristic during this time of year and did not discriminate when affecting performance. “The first day was really windy and it affected just about everybody,”  Redmen Junior Jonathan Whelan explained. “If you went with… Keep Reading

McGill defence tackles Concordia quarterback
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Shaughnessy Cup switches hands as Concordia stings McGill

In the 46th edition of the Shaugnessy Cup, the Concordia Stingers (2-0) routed McGill Redmen (0-2) 41-7. The Redmen managed to muster just 220 total yards in a disjointed performance that was riddled with penalties—30 for both teams combined—and featured four intentional safeties by McGill. Keep Reading

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