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[Read More…]
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McGill Redmen 73 Laval Rouge et Or 42 “Going into the game you always think you’re going to win—you have to be confident,” sophomore wing Michael Peterkin said. “We beat [Laval] two days ago, and we had a tough game when we won that so we thought if we stick[Read More…]
Peter Smith – Martlet Hockey There are very few teams in university sports that can claim to be as dominant as the Martlet ice hockey team has been in recent years. A large part of that success can be traced back to the steady hand of Peter Smith, who has[Read More…]
It’s been three seasons since the McGill Redmen (11-3-0) won its only CIS University Cup.
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[Read More…]
The Redmen (2-1-2) were clearly frustrated at the final whistle of Friday’s game against Concordia (3-1-1).
As the McGill Redmen baseball team’s season nears its end, so too does the career of senior starting pitcher Elliott Ariganello.
The crowd at Gary Carter Field Thursday left happy thanks to late-game heroics, as the McGill Redmen (14-4) baseball team topped the Concordia Stingers (10-7) 3-2 in the annual fan night game. The win was McGill’s 12th of the season, and its third walk-off win in four games.
Recent events surrounding the McGill Redmen football team have prompted a renewed conversation about the values, rules, and processes that govern athletics at this school.
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[Read More…]