Myriam Leclerc’s 28 Point Performance Seals Deal Over McGill in Classic Playoff Rivalry
Wednesday night, after a sea of Stingers fans hurried into the gym for the first game of a double header, McGill vs. Concordia basketball playoff magic was recaptured. This time, with electrifying energy and loud crowd chants, Concordia was able to break McGill’s seven year run to the finals, defeating the Martlets 62-55.
Pink in the Rink Game Raises Funds for MUHC Breast Clinic
Fans gathered at Place Bell on Saturday night to see Les Canadiennes take on the Markham Thunder for the ninth annual Pink in the Rink fundraiser game.
Concordia Gives Up Five Consecutive Goals in Defeat
After a crushing 6-2 defeat on Thursday night, Concordia’s women’s hockey team had the chance to even up their semifinal series against the McGill Martlets.
Injuries and Inconsistency Derail Season
“This was a year of adversity. I think we’ll be better, even the coaching staff, because of the adversity we faced. It’s not an excuse for not going far [in the playoffs though],” said Stingers men’s hockey coach Marc-André Élement.
Bad Bounces And Turnovers Sink Stingers Early
The Concordia women’s hockey team took on the McGill Martlets on Thursday for game one of their first round matchup in the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec playoffs, with the second seed Stingers having the support of a home crowd at Ed Meagher arena.
Stingers Conclude Regular Season With Seven-Game Winning Streak
Concordia came into Saturday’s game versus the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees sitting one point behind hometown rival McGill in the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec standings. A win would provide the Stingers with home-ice advantage in the eventual series against the Martlets.
Men’s Hockey Loses First Line Centre
Concordia’s first line centre Hugo Roy will not be returning to the Stingers next season. After an impressive rookie season with the Stingers, Roy has signed a professional tryout contract with the Milwaukee Admirals of the American Hockey League.
The Men’s Hockey Captain Has Played His Last Game as a Stingers
“Hu-don, Hu-don,” was the chant that filled the Ed Meagher arena after Friday’s game two loss to the Queen’s Golden Gaels. A standing ovation and cheers from the crowd are not the usual reaction to a playoff loss.
Highs and Lows of Season for Men’s Hockey Rolled Into One Game
“We should have kept our foot on the gas and kept going. It’s easy to say now buy it’s pretty tough,” said Stingers defenceman Carl Neill.
Men’s Basketball Drops Final Regular Season Home Game
Thursday night, McGill went to Notre-Dame-de-Grace to put up 70 points, beating Concordia at home.