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Men’s hockey season comes to an early end at the hands of Windsor

It was a heartbreaking end to what was a very successful season for the Laurier men’s hockey team. The Hawks lost a do-or-die game three at home in overtime against the Windsor Lancers. However, this shouldn’t distract the team or the fans from the success that the Hawks achieved this season. The Hawks improved their record from last year and […]

by Pranav Desai· · 0 comments · Hockey, Sports ·
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Colin Furlong stands tall for the Golden Hawks

A big part of every good hockey team, is an even better  goaltender. The Laurier men’s hockey team are heading to the playoffs, with home ice advantage in the first round. A key factor behind their great season thus far has been starting goalie, Colin Furlong. Furlong was named Laurier’s athlete of the week on Feb. 6 for his magnificent […]

by Pranav Desai· · 0 comments · Hockey, Sports ·
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Final tune up for the playoffs: Hawks beat Lancers 3-2

The Laurier men’s hockey team hit the ice Saturday evening to try and win their fifth in a row and close out the regular season with a win at home. Laurier managed to do just that as they defeated the Windsor Lancers 3-2. “For us, it was a game where we got better as the game went on. I thought […]

by Rob Fifield· · 0 comments · Hockey, Sports ·
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Hawks clinch home ice in first round of the playoffs

The Hawks had a successful weekend on the ice defeating both the University of Toronto Varsity Blues and the No. 3 nationally ranked Ryerson Rams. The weekend got going with the purple and gold travelling to downtown Toronto to face off against the Varsity Blues. The Hawks played well but were only able to score once, as they shutout the […]

by Rob Fifield· · 0 comments · Hockey, Sports ·
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Men’s hockey looks hopeful with 10 new recruits

Men’s head hockey coach, Greg Puhalski, and the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks added ten new recruits to their 2016-17 class, to build on their progressive year that ended the three-year playoff drought.  Puhalski said that the incoming recruiting class will address some of their concerns by bringing more size on defence and some players who play centre. “We were on […]

by Drew Yates· · 0 comments · Hockey, Sports ·