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Research and Discovery: The science of hockey

Thu, 2008-03-06 04:00

Chances are if it's used to play hockey, researcher David Pearsall has tested -- and improved -- it.

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Sports in Canada: Our heritage, our hockey

Thu, 2005-02-10 09:30

Jack Jedwab proves that a passion for hockey is not dead in this country, at least not in his class on sports in Canada.

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McGill sports' golden era

Thu, 2006-03-02 10:30

Hot off the heels of McGill's successful Olympics participation, we take a look at all of our winning-streak athletes. There's plenty of brain to go with the brawn.

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Marvelous Martlets

Thu, 2007-03-01 04:30

In honour of International Women's Day, we focus upon McGill's dedicated crew of female student-athletes.

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Ducks pluck Poitras from Redmen

Thu, 2008-04-03 04:00

Redmen goalie Mathieu Poitras gets invited to try out for the NHL's Anaheim Ducks.

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Batter up!

Thu, 2005-05-26 09:30

Hitting the high balls of summer.

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P.O.V.: Olympic ideal

Thu, 2006-03-16 10:30

After the world's obsession with gold medal counts during the Torino Olympics, McGill BCom student Laura Ruhnke gives a refreshing firsthand account of what it was like to play for the Swiss national women's hockey team at the Games.

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Kudos: Levitin, Urquhart and Martlets score

Thu, 2007-03-15 04:30

We will take them on the bookshelves, we will take them on the hockey rink.

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Face-off against injury

Thu, 2004-02-19 (All day)

Hockey is Canada's passion — but it's a dangerous sport, even when you are wearing all your safety gear. David Pearsall is a McGill researcher who is studying helmets to fine-tune their protective properties for all players.

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Profile: Martin Raymond: One for all and all for one

Thu, 2006-04-13 10:30

OK, so he's the winningest hockey coach in Redmen history and he was just named CIS Coach of the Year in March. Do you think you can get Martin Raymond to toot his own horn one little bit? Well, we tried.

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