Women’s hockey adds 10 recruits for upcoming season

The Ravens women’s hockey team has added 10 new players for this upcoming season. The team will be hoping to snap their four-year-long playoff drought and to improve on its disappointing 4-14-2 record from the 2016 season. On the offensive side the Ravens have added five new players to the team. Carleton finished last season in last place in goals per game in the Réseau du Sport Étudiant du Québec (RSEQ) and 26th in the U Sports rankings with 1.95 goals per game. The five new acquisitions up front are meant to address the weakness that was their scoring. The Ravens are adding Taylor Killip, a forward for the Pacific Steelers of the Junior Women’s Hockey League last season. In that time, Killip […]

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Ravens football season preview: key recruits and more

Carleton Ravens 2016 regular season record: 6-2 2016 regular season standings: 4th in Ontario University Athletics (OUA) 2016 playoff record: 1-1 2016 playoff finish: Lost 51-24 in OUA semifinal to Western The Carleton Ravens football team ended the 2016 season with a record of six wins two losses, putting them into fourth place in the Ontario University Athletics (OUA). This gave Carleton back-to-back winning seasons for the first time since the revival of the program. They carried this momentum into the playoffs where they defeated their rivals from the University of Ottawa, making their way back to the OUA semifinal. Like the year before, this would be as far as the team would go as they fell to the Western Mustangs 51-24. […]

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Men’s hockey picks up four new recruits

The Carleton Ravens men’s hockey team has signed three new players as they continue their offseason retooling. The four recruits are Benji Curtis, Cody Caron, Matt Sozanski, and Michael Constantine. Although official signings have only been announced within the last couple of months, Ravens head coach Marty Johnston said the recruiting process started as early as last September. “We identify the 20-year-old players of the Major Junior and Junior A level, and we start compiling our lists and identifying who would be a potential fit at our school. If it’s a fit for both, we move forward,” Johnston said. Benji Curtis is a forward from Mactaquac, N.B. He played last on the Pictou County Weeks Crushers of the Maritime Junior A Hockey League (MHL). […]

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Ravens hockey team adds top recruits

Carleton Ravens hockey fans will be seeing some unfamiliar faces and numbers on the ice next year. The men’s team has bolstered their lineup over the summer, adding six new players and counting for the 2015-16 season. New to the team this year are forwards Brandon Belding, Alexandre Boivin, Brett Gustavsen and Curtis Meighan. Defencemen Connor Boland and Jeremie Fraser round out head coach Marty Johnston’s summer recruits thus far. The Ravens, who fell to the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières in the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) East semi-finals last season, are looking to replace their top defensive pairing and over 50 goals on offence from its eight departed players. “It’ll be extremely hard to replace those guys who left, […]

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Women’s hockey hosts May training camp

The Carleton Ravens womens’ hockey team finished the 2014-15 season in last place for their division with a 3-17 record. This was two more wins than the 2013-14 hockey season.  Even though a last place finish isn’t ideal, first-year head coach Pierre Alain said he believes there were positives to be taken from the past season. “We’re in rebuilding mode,” Alain said, “and the team has progressed in everything: systems are better, the team is better, the overall culture of working off-ice, taking care of the body—it’s all better, and we are on the right path.” Alain’s team hosted its May camp this past weekend at the Carleton Ice House in the spirit of recruitment and rebuilding.  The Ravens’ 28 roster […]

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