While the Carleton Ravens opened the week with a playoff split at home on Wednesday night, this weekend promises a full slate of Ravens action.
Despite a 0-2 start you won't hear any 'Would've, Could've, Should've' from the Ravens women's hockey team as they prepare for Taylor Swift Night at the Ice House on Friday. With the Carabins playing the Anti-Hero the Ravens will look to get back together with the win column. The Ravens' penalty kill has shone brightly thus far in 2022 and with goals coming on both the powerplay and at even strength the Ravens look to navigate the Labyrinth that is the RSEQ standings with a win.
Catch all the action with the puck drop scheduled for 7 PM.
The Carleton Ravens women's rugby team bounced back in a big way from their RSEQ Semi-Final loss to the Gee-Gees winning 90-0 in the RSEQ Bronze Medal Semi-Final last weekend. With the game called with 14-minutes to play the Ravens flexed their offensive depth against an injured Sherbrooke team who fought valiantly. Now the Ravens look to add to their 2021 Bronze Medals with another win against Concordia.
Both teams met in the final game of the regular season with the Ravens winning 48-13 in a game that was far closer than the score indicated. With the injury bug having now hit both teams, the Bronze Medal match scheduled for Saturday at 3 PM promises to be a classic.
After a pair of losses last week in Kingston, the Carleton Ravens will be in tough as they look to jump back into the win column when they face their bitter rivals from UQTR. The Ravens travel to Le Colisee on Friday for a match-up against the defending national champions that has been circled on many calendars since the schedule was released this summer.
The Ravens football team takes the drive South the Waterloo on Saturday for a playoff matchup against the Laurier Golden Hawks. Carleton and Laurier didn't mean in 2022 but with near similar records, the game promises to be intense and evenly matched. Coming off a record year which saw the Ravens, and first-year head coach Corey Grant, win 5 of 7, the Ravens look to carry their momentum into the playoffs. Catch the action on OUA TV.
Following a 2-0 win over the Queen's Gaels on Wednesday night the Carleton Ravens are on the road Saturday to face the TMU Bold. The Ravens (#4) and Bold (#5) met last weekend, but with teams playing very different rosters this game promises to be far more intense and tight defensively than the Ravens 5-0 victory.
Earlier in the season, the two teams played a much closer and thrilling 3-1 contest. But with two wins over the Bold the Ravens are riding a wave of momentum into this OUA Quarterfinal.
The Ravens will need to rest and recover quickly after Friday night as they travel across town for their second meeting with uOttawa in just 8 days. The Ravens fell 4-1 to the Gee-Gees last Friday after falling behind 3-0 in the first. As is always the case between these two bitter rivals, the past and standings don't matter when it's a Bytown Battle - it's guaranteed to be intense.