Tuesday, November 28, 2023

Tag: hockey

For Power, hockey’s not just a sport

Phillip Power doesn’t remember a time Hockey Night in Canada wasn’t a big deal in his household. His earliest memory comes from when he was about...

Blues playoff hopes are slowly diminishing

On Wednesday night at Mattamy Athletic Centre in Toronto, the Blues lost 9-1 to Ryerson, who sit in the middle of the pack in...

UTM Eagles end UTSC Raccoon reign

The tension was high as the Zamboni circled the ice one last time at Varsity Arena. UTSC fans littered the stands across from the...

Women’s hockey surges to first place

A team’s recipe for success is not easily quantifiable; there is a comingling of factors that determine whether they will succeed once they get...

Blues win showdown

On a cold Tuesday morning at 11 a.m., another instalment of the annual Downtown Showdown between the Varsity Blues and Ryerson Rams was played...

U of T edges the Lions 3-2

On Saturday night, as superstars from the NHL laid back and enjoyed casually showcasing their skills as part of the NHL All-Star weekend skills...

Yunes’ Sauga hockey upbringing

In a year when the revamped Hockey Night in Canada travels from coast to coast highlighting the different small hockey towns across Canada, we...

Western win off late goal

After a decisive 7-4 win against Ryerson the previous night, the Varsity Blues men’s hockey team fell 4-3 to the number two seeded Western...

Toronto Maple Leafs playoff push

Leafs’ hopes to make the playoffs look promising.

World Juniors disappointment

It is the first time in 11 years that Canada did not make it to the tournament final to compete for the gold medal.

Joes not so average

At halftime and down by two goals, Jack Krist, captain of the Rookies, already knows why his team was behind: “[We’re] an older, mostly staff team, and we’re a little bit slower than these young guys,” he jokes.

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