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Queen's hockey women ousted from playoffs  February 28th, 2016
The season came to an end for the Queen’s Golden Gaels Friday night when they dropped a 3-2 decision to the visiting Nipissing Lakers in an Ontario University Athletics women’s hockey playoff game at the Memorial Centre. The victory gave the Lakers a two-game sweep of the... [Read More]
Documentary on hockey's forgotten man debuts Sunday  February 26th, 2016
By CLAUDE SCILLEY As answers to trivia questions go, George Patterson is the solution to a pretty neat one: Who scored the first goal for the Toronto Maple Leafs? Filmmaker Dale Morrisey believes there’s much more to the Kingston man, who not only scored the Leafs’ first goal,... [Read More]
Queen's women drop hockey playoff opener  February 25th, 2016
A goal by Bronwyn Bolduc in the ninth minute of overtime gave the Nipissing Lakers a 2-1 win over the Queen’s Golden Gaels in the opening game of their Ontario University Athletics women’s hockey quarter-final Wednesday afternoon. The Lakers will take a 1-0 lead into the second... [Read More]
Injuries, Ridgebacks get the best of Gaels  February 22nd, 2016
By CLAUDE SCILLEY Ultimately, the Queen’s Golden Gaels’ demise boiled down to two crucial shortcomings. “We ran out of time,” coach Brett Gibson said, “and we ran out of bodies.” Queen’s ran out of time in the sense that there were just two minutes... [Read More]
Queen's beaten in overtime; series to be decided Sunday in Oshawa  February 20th, 2016
Queen’s Golden Gaels are headed back to Oshawa Sunday for the deciding game of their first-round Ontario University Athletics hockey playoff series with the Ontario Tech Ridgebacks. The Gaels failed to put away the best-of-three East division quarter-final at home when they dropped a... [Read More]
Gaels rookie bags winner in overtime  February 18th, 2016
Going into the opening game of the playoffs without seven regular players is never any hockey team’s dream scenario. Not only did the Queen’s Golden Gaels withstand such hardship Wednesday night in Oshawa, they got a key contribution from one of their spare parts, when little... [Read More]
Queen's hockey women settle for weekend split  February 15th, 2016
Queen’s Golden Gaels took 33 shots at Toronto Blues goaltender Valencia Yordanov Sunday afternoon but they couldn’t put anything past her, as they dropped a 2-0 Ontario University Athletics women’s hockey game at the Invista Centre. The defeat cost the Gaels an opportunity... [Read More]
Gaels end season with shutout victory  February 14th, 2016
By CLAUDE SCILLEY With healthy defencemen becoming as scarce for the Queen’s Golden Gaels as palm trees in Whitehorse, you’d think they might be concerned as they prepare for their playoff opener Wednesday in Oshawa. The Gaels went into their hockey game Saturday night at the... [Read More]
Hockey Gaels suffer another double-overtime defeat  February 13th, 2016
By CLAUDE SCILLEY The final weekend of the regular season is no time to feel warm and fuzzy about yourself. “That effort is night and day to what we’ve seen in the last couple of games,”  Queen’s Golden Gaels hockey coach Brett Gibson said Friday night, after his... [Read More]
RMC snags double-overtime win over Queen's  February 11th, 2016
By CLAUDE SCILLEY It was cold Wednesday night in the Constantine Arena. With the heaters not on above the stands, it was about as cold as it used to be when it was just the Constantine Rink, the kind of cold where you have to go outside in the middle of February to get warm. A bystander... [Read More]
Caitlyn Lahonen's fifth shutout leads Gaels to victory  February 9th, 2016
Caitlyn Lahonen posted her fifth shutout of the season Saturday, leading the Queen’s Golden Gaels to a 3-0 Ontario University Athletics women’s hockey victory over the Laurentian Voyageurs in Sudbury. Lahonen made 30 saves for her second shutout of the year against Laurentian,... [Read More]
Close no longer good enough for frustrated Paladins  February 8th, 2016
By CLAUDE SCILLEY There have been seasons when responding to a shellacking with a credible performance would have been sufficient for the Royal Military College hockey team. Not any more. Richard Lim has had his fill of moral victories. “It’s another game that we were in and... [Read More]
Hockey Gaels beaten in shootout  February 8th, 2016
A shootout goal by Greg Cerilli gave the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks a 4-3 win over the Queen’s Golden Gaels in an Ontario University Athletics hockey game Sunday afternoon in Waterloo. Cerilli, who has six goals this year, was Laurier’s third shooter. In the shootout, neither... [Read More]
Eric Ming's overtime goal gives Gaels 5-4 win in Waterloo  February 7th, 2016
A goal by Eric Ming in the fourth minute of the second overtime period gave the Queen’s Golden Gaels a 5-4 Ontario University Athletics hockey victory over the Waterloo Warriors Saturday night in Waterloo. Ming assisted on a goal by Ryan Bloom with just 20 seconds left in the third... [Read More]
Paladins suffer doozy of a Carr-Harris hangover  February 6th, 2016
By CLAUDE SCILLEY If it was, perhaps, inevitable, it is also part of the process, Richard Lim believes, in making the Royal Military College Paladins a respectable hockey team. “This one stings a little bit,” the Paladins coach said, after his hockey team was waxed at the... [Read More]
Carr-Harris history  February 5th, 2016
Results of the annual Carr-Harris Cup hockey game, started in 1986 to ocommemorate the centennial of the first organized game in Kingston between teams from Queen’s University and Royal Military College: Oct. 22, 1986: RMC 8 Queen's 3 (exhibition) Oct. 14, 1987: Queen's 7 RMC 7... [Read More]
Three goals by Eric Ming lead Queen's past RMC  February 5th, 2016
By CLAUDE SCILLEY At the time, it looked as if it might be the spark to propel the Royal Military College Paladins into contention. In the final analysis, though, a goal by RMC’s Owen Gill midway through the first period may have been even more beneficial to the Queen’s Golden... [Read More]
Gaels 6 Paladins 2  February 5th, 2016
First Period 1. Queens’s, Ming 13 (Trojanovic, McGillis) 2:29 (pp) 2. RMC, Gill 3 (Orbinski, Durgey) 9:33 3. Queen’s, McGillis 12 (Abraham, Weibe) 10:23 4. Queen’s, McGillis 13 (Greenaway) 13:32 Penalties—Hornbrook RMC 1:10, Boudreau RMC 13:07, Abraham Qns... [Read More]
Who are they?  February 4th, 2016
For more than 100 years, the name Carr-Harris has been linked to both hockey and academics at Royal Military College and Queen’s University. In 1986, to mark the centennial of the first meeting of the schools’ two hockey teams, the Carr-Harris Cup was presented for annual competition... [Read More]
Carr-Harris by the numbers  February 4th, 2016
First game: Oct. 22, 1986 (RMC 8 Queen’s 3) The series: Queen’s leads 18-9, with two games tied Lately: Queen’s won 5-1 last year; Gaels have won seven of the last eight. RMC's last win: Feb. 2, 2014, Paladins won 2-1 Tough slog: RMC has scored just eight goals in the... [Read More]
Regardless of the motivation, Carr-Harris game is big deal  February 4th, 2016
By CLAUDE SCILLEY For one team, the game represents something very tangible: Two vital points for a closely bunched race for playoff seeding. For the other side, its invitation to the post-season ball long ago dispatched with regrets, the reward is much more esoteric. Victory will be but a... [Read More]
Gaels decide enough is enough; overturn three-goal deficit in overtime win  February 1st, 2016
It was an inglorious way to start a hockey game. Against a team that came to town nine games below .500, the Queen’s Golden Gaels found themselves trailing 3-0 midway through the second period. It was certainly an undignified place for a team that has won two of the last five Ontario... [Read More]
Hockey Gaels suffer yet another one-goal defeat  January 31st, 2016
McGill Redmen spotted the Queen’s Golden Gaels a two-goal first-period lead before rallying Saturday for a 3-2 Ontario University Athletics hockey victory in Montreal. It was McGill’s 31st consecutive win over Queen’s in a streak that dates to 2004, and this one followed... [Read More]
Kevin Bailie outstanding in Gaels' win over Carleton  January 30th, 2016
By CLAUDE SCILLEY It’s easy, sometimes, to be in the presence of greatness and come to take it for granted. Unlikely as it may be that the Queen’s Golden Gaels ever will fail to appreciate what goaltender Kevin Bailie brings to the hockey team, every now and then he provides a... [Read More]
Eric Ming leading the way for hockey Gaels  January 29th, 2016
By CLAUDE SCILLEY There may yet be some good come from the last time the Queen’s Golden Gaels met the Carleton Ravens for a hockey game. From the Gaels’ point of view, it certainly wasn’t apparent at the time. Ten minutes of sound hockey and some terrific goaltending by... [Read More]
Hockey Hall of Fame unveils new look  January 27th, 2016
By CLAUDE SCILLEY Lowell Cochrane doesn’t consider himself a hockey fan, but he knows somebody who is. “My son is keen about hockey,” he said, “so I see it through his eyes.” Through those eyes, Cochrane saw something that intrigued him among the old photos... [Read More]
Hockey women end losing skid as Gaels gain weekend split  January 24th, 2016
Queen’s Golden Gaels scored three first-period goals Saturday night and that propelled them to a 5-2 Ontario University Athletics women’s hockey victory over the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks at the Memorial Centre. The victory snapped a three-game losing streak for the Gaels,... [Read More]
Eric Ming scores two as Queen's defeats Nipissing  January 24th, 2016
Struggling early in hockey games has become a trademark of the Queen’s Golden Gaels this year and it happened again Saturday night in North Bay. Fortunately for the Gaels, comebacks have been just as customary. This time, the rally resulted in victory. Two goals by Eric Ming sent the... [Read More]
Third-period goal gives West Point win in 80th match with RMC  January 24th, 2016
By CLAUDE SCILLEY Too many times over too many years, hockey teams from Royal Military College would be scrapping to stay in a hockey game, only to give up a questionable goal, the kind that causes shoulders on the bench collectively to droop. Saturday night at the Rogers K-Rock Centre, RMC... [Read More]
Army 4 RMC 3  January 24th, 2016
First Period 1. Army, Reuschlein (Andrle, Box) 3:34 2. Army, Mansfield, Higgins, Hearn) 8:18 3. RMC, Gill (Livingston, Domenico) 10:53 Penalties—None. Second Period 4. Army, Roberts 7:24 5. RMC, Huber (Giberson) 8:19 6. RMC, Livingston (Domenico) 16:51 Penalties—None. Third... [Read More]
Third-period goal by Darcy Greenaway gives Gaels win in Sudbury  January 23rd, 2016
Queen’s Golden Gaels snapped a three-game losing streak Friday night in Sudbury, where they defeated the Laurentian Voyageurs 3-2 in an Ontario University Athletics hockey game. Darcy Greenaway’s sixth goal of the year, with seven and a half minutes remaining in the third period,... [Read More]
After four years, Matthew Beirnes gets another shot at West Point  January 22nd, 2016
By CLAUDE SCILLEY It’s been a long time since Matthew Beirnes played against the U.S. Military Academy Black Knights. It was four years ago, in the first game of the series revival, and it was an inauspicious day for the Royal Military College Paladins. Beirnes shared the goaltending... [Read More]
Army coach revels in tradition of RMC hockey series  January 22nd, 2016
By CLAUDE SCILLEY Two things quickly become apparent, with even just a superficial perusal of the U.S. Military Academy hockey team’s record. For one, the Black Knights play an awful lot of close games. Army has played 22 times this year, and nine times they’ve gone to... [Read More]
RMC-West Point fast facts  January 22nd, 2016
Some things you need to know about the 80th hockey game between the teams from Royal Military College and the U.S. Military Academy at West Point: The game: Saturday, 7:30 p.m., at the Rogers K-Rock Centre Genesis: A conversation more than 90 years ago between the two commandants, Gen.... [Read More]
Paladins eager to show people how much they've improved in Saturday's game with West Point  January 22nd, 2016
By CLAUDE SCILLEY It’s always the same around Royal Military College, every year when the hockey schedule comes out. Immediately people begin to scan it for the date of the annual game with the U.S. Military Academy. “It’s definitely one of the ones the guys circle,”... [Read More]
Gaels continue to struggle; suffer third straight loss  January 20th, 2016
By CLAUDE SCILLEY It took the Queen’s Golden Gaels a long time to acquire the requisite sense of urgency necessary to win their hockey game Tuesday night. Just a wee bit too long. The Gaels were going nowhere in the third period of their Ontario University Athletics game with the... [Read More]
Gaels comeback falls just short in overtime loss to UQTR  January 18th, 2016
By CLAUDE SCILLEY The stirring comeback staged by his team Saturday night meant more to Brett Gibson than the fact that it ultimately fell short. “You know what?” the coach of the Queen’s Golden Gaels said after his team suffered a 3-2 overtime loss to the Trois-Rivieres... [Read More]
Gaels stung with bitter defeat  January 16th, 2016
By CLAUDE SCILLEY For a while there, things were looking pretty good for the Queen’s Golden Gaels. Twice they’d come back from a one-goal deficit to tie their hockey game Friday night, and when they scored twice in a span of 90 seconds in the third period, they went ahead. Then... [Read More]
Hockey Gaels ready to convince the world they're for real  January 15th, 2016
By CLAUDE SCILLEY There’s a distinction that needs to be made about this edition of the Queen’s Golden Gaels from their predecessors, their coach, Brett Gibson, says. It is subtle, but not at all insignificant. “The difference is we’ve gone up against the great teams... [Read More]
Hockey threads tied together on night to honour Steve Molaski  December 7th, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY On the night when Steve Molaski celebrated the pinnacle of his hockey career, he told the story of how it almost never happened at all. At a reception before the most prodigious scorer ever to play hockey at Royal Military College had his uniform number retired Friday... [Read More]


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