Women’s hockey handed tough loss

The Carleton Ravens women’s hockey team dropped their game against the Concordia Stingers 3-2 on Oct. 27. The Ravens got off to a fast start, scoring on the first shot of the game as Samantha Jones chipped the puck to Carly Wouters who fired it past Stingers goalie Frederike Berger-Lebel two minutes in. However, Concordia carried the play from there as they outshot the Ravens 14-2 in the first period. The Stingers tied it up as forward Lidia Fillion scored in front of the net. The Ravens killed off some penalties as Concordia tested goalie Katelyn Steele with a variety of shots. Steele stopped Marie-Jolie Allard’s shot through traffic and got a piece of Keriann Schofield’s shot from in close. […]

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Men’s hockey records pair of wins over weekend

The Carleton Ravens men’s hockey team faced the Concordia Stingers at the Ed Meagher Arena on Oct. 27 and then the next day, played the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (OUIT) Ridgebacks on home ice at the Ice House. On Oct. 27 against Concordia the Ravens defeated the Stingers 6-3 and then the following day, won against the Ridgebacks 3-1. The two wins give the Ravens a four-point boost in the standings, as they now sit in third place in the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) East division with a record of 4-1-1. The Ravens came out strong against the Stingers, as one minute into the first period Ravens forward Dalen Hedges corralled a pass from defenseman Evan De Haan […]

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Women’s hockey splits games with Stingers

The Carleton Ravens women’s hockey team is still finding ways to win as their regular season nears an end. The Ravens lost to the Concordia Stingers by a score 3-2 on Feb. 10 at Ed Meagher Arena. But two days later, Carleton was able to defeat the Stingers for the first time this season in a 3-1 victory at the Ice House. “We have improved every week, every game,” said Ravens head coach Pierre Alain following the second game against Concordia. “We’re young and we can tell the young team is very promising and I really like the way we have improved this year, and we’ll be ready for our last regular season game.” Seven minutes into the first period […]

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Sports Blog: OUA men’s hockey playoff predictions

The Ontario University Athletics (OUA) men’s hockey playoffs are upon us and that means I am putting out my first round Queen’s Cup predictions. Apologies to the West, but the East is the best division. A team has come out of the East to win the Queen’s Cup a whopping seven times in the last 10 seasons. That is what I call dominance. OUA East 1. McGill Redmen vs. 8. Laurentian Voyageurs This will be a tight series especially for a first place versus eighth place match-up. Game one finished 2-1 for McGill in overtime. McGill has a strong goalie tandem of Louis-Philip Guindon and Jacob Gervais-Chouinard. In the first game between the two teams the Redmen smashed Laurentian 6-2 back in November. […]

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Women’s hockey falls to McGill in high scoring affair

The Carleton Ravens women’s hockey team suffered a 7-4 defeat at the hands of the McGill Martlets in Montreal on Feb. 24. “We kept battling till the end. It was 5-4 midway through the 3rd and then McGill scored a power play goal and then an empty net goal. The effort was there all the way to the end,” said Ravens head coach Pierre Alain. Carleton started the game with energy, and forward Delaney Ross scored less than a minute into the first period. Despite the Ravens quick start McGill answered back midway through the first period when Martlet forward Olivia Atkinson scored on a bad Raven turnover to tie the game at 1-1. With less than 10 seconds left […]

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