The University of New Brunswick, the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission and Sylvia (Bryson) Dooley have reached an agreement following the Labour and Employment Board’s March 2, 2016 ruling compelling UNB to reinstate a women’s varsity hockey team. UNB had applied for a judicial a review of the ruling, and had also struck a task… Read More »
University of New Brunswick – New Brunswick Human Rights Commission – Sylvia Dooley The University of New Brunswick, the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission and Sylvia (Bryson) Dooley have agreed to an adjournment of the judicial review of the Labour and Employment Board’s March 2 ruling compelling UNB to reinstate a women’s varsity hockey team.… Read More »
Researchers from around the world have started to land in Fredericton for the Hockey Conference at the University of New Brunswick on July 6 and 7. The conference will see 50-plus researchers and practitioners present and discuss hockey topics, including analytics, gender, coaching, the body, history, nationalism and more. Hockey experts from the city, province,… Read More »
The University of New Brunswick has applied for a judicial review of the Labour and Employment Board’s March 2 ruling compelling UNB to reinstate a women’s varsity hockey team. The decision to apply for a review comes after many weeks of consultation. While UNB respects the ruling of the Labour and Employment Board, it disagrees… Read More »
The University of New Brunswick (UNB) Varsity Reds captured the CIS University Cup crown with a 3-1 win over the rival StFX X-Men in the gold medal game Sunday night at Scotiabank Centre. Last March, on the same Halifax ice surface, UNB claimed silver medals, after dropping a decision to the Alberta Golden Bears. This… Read More »
The University Cup is coming back to Fredericton. Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) announced Friday that the University of New Brunswick has been selected as host of the CIS men’s hockey championship in 2017 and 2018. The University Cup national tournament has been held in Fredericton on four occasions in the past, each time with overwhelming… Read More »
(OTTAWA, ONT.) – Record-setting UNB hockey coach Gardiner MacDougall will be honoured by Canadian Interuniversity Sport on Wednesday night in Ottawa. The awards dinner will be held at the Delta Ottawa City Centre as part of CIS’ annual general meeting. MacDougall merits the Jean-Marie De Koninck Coaching Excellence Award, which honours since 2007 an individual… Read More »
Contributed by: Nick Murray – Sports Information Assistant, UNB Varsity Reds The University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds men’s hockey team captured their fifth CIS University Cup championship Sunday night, with a 2-0 shutout win over the Saint Mary’s University Huskies. Daine Todd and Tyler Carroll scored both UNB goals in the lowest-scoring CIS final in the 51-year… Read More »
The University of New Brunswick wants to help you celebrate the CIS men’s hockey championship games. The Student Union Building Ballroom will be transformed into the ultimate warm-up party at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 22. Participants wearing red and black will be entered in a draw for any Aitken University Centre tickets still available.… Read More »
FREDERICTON – Luke Gallant had a goal and two assists as the No. 1 University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds shut out the No. 2 McGill Redmen 4-0 to capture the Canadian Interuniversity Sport men’s hockey title.
The Atlantic University Sport men’s hockey conference final was good to the last shot. University of New Brunswick captain Kyle Bailey scored the series-winner 3:43 into sudden-death overtime to lift the Varsity Reds to a thrilling 5-4 victory in the fifth and deciding game Friday night before 3,650 fans packed into the Aitken University Centre.… Read More »
OTTAWA – The University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds are the No. 1 team in Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) men’s hockey for the second straight week.
Darryl Boyce of Summerside scored his first career National Hockey League goal Saturday night.