Men’s hockey coach Marty Johnston steps down

Carleton Ravens men’s hockey coach Marty Johnston has announced that he will be resigning his position, leaving Shaun Van Allen to take the team’s reins for next season. Johnson is taking a big step in his professional career as he has accepted an assistant coaching position with the Manitoba Moose of the American Hockey League (AHL). Van Allen, a Ravens assistant coach since 2010, will serve as the team’s head coach in the interim. Johnston, 38, has been with the Ravens program since the 2007-08 inaugural season, where he was brought on as an assistant coach. In 2010, he was promoted to the head coaching position and transformed the program into a perennial contender in the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) […]

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Ravens get fired up for nationals

The Carleton Ravens men’s hockey team is taking the long way to its first shot at the national title, securing the sixth and final seed in the University Cup by winning the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) bronze medal. With a Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) championship on the line, the Ravens are travelling to Saskatoon to play in the tournament March 20-23. The Ravens men’s hockey program is relatively new, as it was only re-added to OUA in the 2007-2008 season. “This is year seven for the program and it’s a tribute to the guys that have graduated before us, and to the people that have put in a lot of hard work,” Johnston said. “In year seven of a program to […]

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