December 9, 2017

HOCKEY HALL OF FAMERS

Of the three Canadian women in the Hockey Hall of Fame, two played in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA)...


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November 5, 2017

A TALE OF TWO TEAMS IN THE CITY OF CHAMPIONS

The City of Champions moniker has long been associated with Edmonton ...


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October 12, 2017

A GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY WITH TWO GOLDEN MOMENTS AT NATIONALS

One of three conferences to sanction both men's and women's hockey, the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association is celebrating its 50th anniversary ...


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September 8, 2017

A SEASON THAT DIDN'T END WITH NATIONALS

Thirty years ago, a team brought home a national championship banner prior to the completion of conference playoffs ...


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August 7, 2017

A REBOUND TO REMEMBER

Twenty years ago, a conference champion entered the 1997 CCAA National Hockey Championships in Kitchener, Ontario with no losses in the regular season and playoffs ...


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July 9, 2017

FIRST OF FOUR STRAIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL APPEARANCES

The only team to advance to the CCAA championship final in four consecutive years won its first national title 40 years ago ...


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June 4, 2017

FROM WALL OF FAMERS TO HALL OF FAMERS

The first Canadian Colleges Athletic Association (CCAA) hockey team to enter a provincial sports hall of fame ...


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May 3, 2017

ON TOP OF THE WORLD

Of the 13 head coaches to guide a team to a CCAA national hockey championship, only two have also coached a team to a world championship. ...


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April 8, 2017

THE CCAA'S FIRST CHAMPIONSHIP COACH IN ANY SPORT

On March 22, 1975, a native of Mountain Park, Alberta became the first coach to guide a team to a CCAA national championship in any sport ...


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March 15, 2017

SIX FOR SIX IN CCAA CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

Thirty five seasons ago, a Stettler, Alberta native guided the Ooks to NAIT's first national title in any sport ...


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February 13, 2017

TRYING FOR THE THREE-PEAT IN A RECORD SETTING ERA

Thirty seasons ago, an Alberta team became the only one in CCAA history to enter the CCAA National Hockey Championships looking for a third CCAA title ...


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January 23, 2017

THE FIRST AND ONLY

Clement Jodoin became the first and only coach to guide hockey teams from the CCAA and CIAU (now U-Sports) to national championships thirty years ago ...


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December 15, 2016

FROM THE 1987 CCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS TO THE WORLD JUNIORS TO THE NHL

The World Juniors held during the Christmas break since 1982 have not only been a stepping stone for players to the NHL, but for coaches as well ...


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November 15, 2016

CCAA RECORD HOLDER HAS CCAA HALL OF FAME CREDENTIALS

At its annual general meeting in British Columbia next year, the CCAA will induct the 2017 Hall of Fame class. Of those eligible for induction who have had a long lasting impact on the BC college scene...


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October 28, 2016

SELKIRK'S SILVER SOJOURN

Of the four post secondary institutions to represent British Columbia at the CCAA Hockey National Championships, only one made it to the finals ...


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September 29, 2016

MANITOBA DECISION RESULTED IN A REPEAT CHAMPIONSHIP HOST

Manitoba was represented at the CCAA Hockey National Championships from 1983 through 1986 ...


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August 30, 2016

THREE TIME CCAA GOLD MEDALLISTS

A CCAA Tournament MVP and two CCAA Tournament All Stars are among those who have played on three CCAA hockey champions ...


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July 6, 2016

ST. CLAIR'S SENSATIONAL '75-76 SEASON

Forty years ago this past spring, the defending conference champion St. Clair College Saints of Windsor, Ontario brought home their only CCAA championship banner ...


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June 8, 2016

HOCKEY SHUTOUT OF 2016 CCAA HALL OF FAME CLASS

Ten Ontario builders, coaches and athletes were inducted into the CCAA Hall of Fame on June 7th ...


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May 23, 2016

FORMER CCAA SILVER MEDALISTS TRIUMPHANT

A pair of former CCAA silver medalists return home as championship head coaches ...


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