Category: Hockey

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Incoming recruits ready to play

The Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks men’s hockey team was provided with a talented recruiting class this season and a boost of confidence in net. Head coach Greg Puhalski announced nine new recruits joining the team, including five forwards, three defensemen…

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Styles drafted to CWHL

On Tuesday August 19, Candice Styles took a giant leap in her hockey career. The three-time Ontario University Sport champion and first team OUA all-star was selected in the fourth round — 17th overall — in the Canadian Women’s Hockey…

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Hawks in review

Women’s hockey — A This season was a great bounce back season for the women’s hockey team as they regained the top spot in Ontario through some outstanding goaltending and great play from veteran players. However, they entered the national…

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Laurier’s finest of 2013-14

Player of the Year Emily Brown (Women’s soccer) Brown made strides in the 2013 year. She scored a career-high 18 goals, setting a new team record after her 15 goals last year. She scored 14 of those in the last…

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Mixed feelings to pilot project

Women’s hockey in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) could see a shakeup in recruitment and retention methods in the upcoming years. The CIS is implementing a five-year women’s hockey pilot project, which will allow programs the ability to offer more…

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Women’s hockey land the fourth spot in country

FREDERICTON, N.B — The clock was fifth-year Wilfrid Laurier women’s hockey veterans Devon Skeats’ and Candice Styles’ worst enemy. As they played their last game as a Hawk Sunday afternoon, Skeats and Styles skated every minute they could to try…

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Officiating at nationals an ongoing issue

Time and time again, there seems to be the same issue when teams go to Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) national championships. A consistent topic of conversation in both press boxes and dressing rooms alike, the officiating on the national championship…

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Women’s hockey season comes to an end without a medal

FREDERICTON, N.B – It wasn’t the end they wanted at all. It wasn’t even the performance they wanted, as the Wilfrid Laurier women’s hockey team dropped a 6-3 decision in the bronze medal game of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS)…

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Women’s hockey drops game one of national championship

FREDERICTON, N.B — Keep moving forward. That is just what the Wilfrid Laurier women’s hockey team needs to do after their opening game of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) championships. A 4-1 loss against the RSEQ finalists McGill Martlets put…