Archive | January, 2014

Men’s volleyball wins seventh of eight games in 2014

The Ryerson men’s volleyball team wasted no time rebounding from their loss against Western University on Saturday by taking on the Windsor University Lancers the next day — and winning three straight sets.

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Women’s volleyball undefeated in 2014

The Ryerson women’s volleyball team continued their impressive start to 2014 by winning three straight sets (26-24, 25-20, 25-21) against the Windsor University Lancers on Sunday.

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Men’s volleyball loses to undefeated McMaster Marauders

The Ryerson men’s volleyball team (9-5) was unable to stop the train that is the McMaster University Marauders (14-0) — falling in four sets. It was Ryerson’s first home game since the holiday break and puts their 2014 record at 1-2.

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Tomas Plekanec: The Habs Other MVP

When looking at the Montreal Canadiens roster, some superstar names jump out right away. PK Subban and Carey Price are some of the best in their positions, while Brendan Gallagher and Alex Galchenyuk are both rising stars. But one name that often gets forgotten is Tomas Plekanec who this year, is making a strong case […]

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Men’s volleyball: a rookie’s game

Lucas Coleman stands at the end of the court, volleyball in hand. This is his first home game with the Ryerson Rams and he is getting ready to serve against the Mc Master University Marauders. The ball goes up, Coleman swings and it flies too far and lands out-of bounds.

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Men’s hockey wins 5-1 against Waterloo and sets a new school record

The men’s hockey team (14-5-0) capped a perfect opening week to 2014 with a 5-1 win over the Waterloo Warriors (8-8-2) Saturday. This is the Rams’ ninth win in their last 10 games and it set a new all-time school record for most wins in a season. The Rams are now one point ahead of […]

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Team Canada Announces Team that will Defend Gold

After months of speculation from pros and fans, Steve Yzerman and Hockey Canada unveiled their 25 man roster for the Sochi Olympics. The emphasis of this team appears to be one that can play on both sides of the puck, while still scoring a ton of goals. With a bigger ice, Canada wanted speed and […]

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Habs Prospects Star at World Juniors

The Montreal Canadiens have a bright future if the play of their prospects at the 2014 World Junior tournament isn’t a fluke. The Habs had six players playing in the tournament, with three picking up medals and all playing key roles for their teams. So just who are these players? Read on to find out.

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Team Canada Falls to Russia in Bronze Medal Game

For the second year in a row, Team Canada stood on the blue line after the game and watched the Russians accept their bronze medals. Russia won 2-1 Sunday morning to earn the bronze, leaving Canada without a medal in back-to-back tournaments for the first time in over 30 years.

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Team Canada Tops Swiss; Will Play Finland in Semis

Team Canada advanced to the semi-finals of the 2014 World Junior Hockey Championships with a 4-1 win over Switzerland on Thursday. Griffin Reinhart, Anthony Mantha, Curtis Lazar and Derrick Pouliot scored for Canada while Zach Fucale picked up his third straight win with 19 saves.

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