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No longer captain: Andrew Buck signs with Brampton Beast

No longer captain: Andrew Buck signs with Brampton Beast

  By Dom Luszczyszyn Andrew Buck, former captain of the Ryerson Rams men’s hockey team, signed with the Brampton Beast of the Central Hockey League Wednesday evening. “I didn’t expect it,” said Buck. “I had talked to a few teams after we finished but it just didn’t seem like it was going to work. I got a call Monday morning […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Hockey, Sports, Top stories
VIDEO: One-on-one with the men’s hockey team captain

VIDEO: One-on-one with the men’s hockey team captain

Edited by Hailey Chan

by Harlan Nemers· · Sports, Videos
Andrew Buck is one of a handfull of athletes graduating from Ryerson this year.

End of the line for graduating athletes

By William Brown Feb. 28, he was crushed with the knowledge that he had taken his final skate as a Ryerson Ram after five years of playing hockey, three of which he served as captain. Every student athlete will have to accept that once their time playing university sports is up, they must move on to their chosen career and […]

by Alex Chippin· · Rams Athletics, Sports
Members of the Ryerson Rams men's soccer team run past a cheering crowd of fans following Alex Braletic's 90th-minute game-tying goal at Birthmount Stadium in Toronto on October 27 2013. (Ryerson Rams /Winston Chow)

Ryerson’s successful athletic season comes to a close

When the final whistle sounded, Christian Maraldo just sat on the pitch. “After a few seconds, it settled in that we finally made it to nationals,” said the Ryerson Rams goalkeeper. “It was like an emotional masterpiece watching people hugging, people crying, people high-fiving, people tackling each other and hugs all around.” With a sense of accomplishment and relief, the […]

by Harlan Nemers· · Soccer, Sports
The Rams season came to a halting end after losing in a blowout fashion to Lakhead.
(Ryersonian staff photo)

Rams’ season ends with blowout loss to Lakehead

  The Ryerson Rams men’s hockey team was eliminated from the post-season in a 5-1 loss to the Lakehead Thunderwolves Friday night at Fort Williams Gardens. The Rams cut the deficit as close to 2-1 midway through the second period on a Jamie Wise deflection but three answered Lakehead goals could not be overcome. Graduating members Andrew Buck and Dustin […]

by Harlan Nemers· · Hockey, Sports
Men’s hockey leaders prepare to say goodbye

Men’s hockey leaders prepare to say goodbye

Ryerson’s men’s hockey team beat Brock University in the first round of playoffs on Sunday and will play the second round series against Lakehead University today, as their quest for the Queen’s Cup continues. The start of the playoffs marks the end of one of the best seasons for the men’s hockey team. It also means two key players on […]

by Erica Whyte· · Hockey, Rams Athletics, Sports, Top stories
Interim head coach Frank Duco runs the s first practice after suspension was lifted Monday (Hayley Brauer/Ryersonian Staff)

Rams’ men’s hockey team returns from suspension with new bench boss

The Ryerson men’s hockey team is back on the ice after serving its seven-day team suspension, but for the first time in eight years, there will be a new face behind the bench running the show. Assistant coach Johnny Duco takes over as interim head coach of the Rams for the team’s next two games while longtime bench boss Graham […]

by Dan Berlin· · Hockey, Sports, Top stories
Rams captain Andrew Buck takes responsibility for suspension

Rams captain Andrew Buck takes responsibility for suspension

Andrew Buck poses at centre ice of the Mattamy Athletic Centre. Courtesy Winston Chow

Rams’ Buck rising after injury setback

  He captained the first men’s hockey team to play in Maple Leaf Gardens in 13 years.  The lifelong Toronto Maple Leafs fan loves the renovated Mattamy Athletic Centre (MAC) so much he buys his groceries there. But for the first time, Andrew Buck thought about quitting last  year. The star winger suffered a tragic end to his dream season […]

by Bruce Laregina· · Hockey, Sports