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Mark Corbett (above) played four years with the Ryerson Rams men's hockey team before accepting a tryout with the SOuthern Hockey
(Photo courtesy of the Ryersonian archives)

Former Ryerson Ram makes his mark in France

Every kid who hits the ice at a young age wants to make the National Hockey League (NHL).

Last year, 888 skaters played in the NHL for at least one game. With well over one million registered hockey players in North America alone, the odds of getting to the top level is unquestionably low. That doesn’t stop players from chasing their dreams at the professional level.

by Steven Ellis· · Hockey, Off Campus, Sports
Victor Findlay stands in front of the Mattamy Athletic Centre, home of the Ryerson Rams men's hockey team. (Photo by Steven Ellis)

RTA’s Victor Findlay on the way up

When Ryerson introduced the sport media program to the school of radio and television arts in 2014, there was a bit of mystery to the program. But in March of 2014, Sportsnet gifted Ryerson with close to $750,000 to build upon the program. It truly was the future of the industry.

Enter Victor Findlay, a fourth-year Ryerson sport media student who has become the exact student the school was hoping to create.

by Steven Ellis· · Off Campus, On Campus, Sports
(Photo by Michael Mayers)

Rams narrowly beat Reds in pre-season game

The Ryerson Rams men’s hockey team overcame a roller-coaster pre-season game against the McGill Varsity Reds on Saturday, taking the 4-3 win at the Mastercard Centre.

The first period started slowly as both teams took about eight minutes to get their feet underneath them, but all that changed after an offsetting pair of roughing penalties were called following a post-whistle skirmish. The rough-and-tumble first period ended scoreless, with McGill on their second power play to start the second frame.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Hockey, Sports
Ryerson Rams logo on the boards of the Mattamy Athletic Centre. (Photo by Steven Ellis)

Rams men’s hockey team ready to regroup

Best two out of three. That’s all it takes to advance in the playoffs. But that’s all it takes to be eliminated too. After disappointment in February, the Ryerson men’s hockey team is ready to hit the ice with the playoffs already in mind. The men’s hockey team will lace their skates for the first time this school year, Friday […]

by Bryce Turner· · Hockey, Rams Athletics, Sports
Ryerson's Mattamy Athletics Centre. Ryersonian file photo.

Finding a winning formula for male athlete of the year

Explaining why the Ryerson male athlete of the year award has gone to the same three teams over the past 25 years.

by Jordan Arseneault· · Rams Athletics, Sports
Captain Michael Fine and the Rams sported their new Nike designed jerseys at Thursday's home opener. (James Tozer)

Michael Fine: Cementing his legacy at Ryerson

Growing up in Toronto, Ryerson Rams’ captain Michael Fine remembers watching his hockey idol, Doug Gilmour, play at Maple Leaf Gardens. Little did he know Gilmour would eventually become his coach, and that his career with the Rams would be spent playing under the same roof his favourite player once did.

by Jordan Arseneault· · Hockey, Sports
Ryersonian file photo.

WATCH: First-place Rams continue to ice opponents

The Ryerson men’s hockey team is on a roll winning four straight, good for first place in the OUA West division. Watch as Ryersonian TV’s Daniel Melfi breaks down the team’s success.

by Daniel Melfi· · Hockey, Sports
Ryerson's Matt Mistele in action last night versus the Waterloo Warriors at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. (Jordan Arseneault/Ryersonian)

Men’s hockey team continues to roll

The Ryerson men’s hockey team won its third straight game last night, moving them into first place in the OUA.

by Jordan Arseneault· · Hockey, Sports
Men’s Hockey Falls to York Lions

Men’s Hockey Falls to York Lions

What you need to know: Rams drop second regulation loss to the York Lions Thursday marked the first game of a five-game home stand for the Rams Graham Wise’s 35-year coaching career was honoured Rams will have another battle in Toronto on Saturday night versus the Varsity Blues For the second time this season, the Ryerson Rams men’s hockey team fell […]

by Hailey Salvian· · Sports
(Courtesy Amanda Gilmore)

Things to do this weekend (Nov. 4-6)

Winter is almost here, so why not go out and enjoy the spring-like temperatures while they last? 1. The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair We're #proud to sponsor the #GiantVegetable competition the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair 2016! https://t.co/mZ3ooYN7YA @THERAWF #RAWF16 pic.twitter.com/LoLDWXWSTy — St. Lawrence Market (@StLawrenceMkt) November 1, 2016 Spend time with some farm animals this weekend at The 94th Royal […]

Rams captain Michael Fine celebrates scoring in the third period against Lakehead on Thursday night at the MAC. (Photo: James Tozer)

Red hot offence helps Rams men’s hockey to historic start

The Ryerson Rams men’s hockey team has come out firing to start the 2016-17 season. After four games, the team has already scored an Ontario University Athletics (OUA) leading 23 goals. The Rams scored six times in their season opener against Wilfrid Laurier. Since then they have scored four on Windsor, eight on Brock and beat Lakehead 5-2 last night. […]

by Mitchell Tierney· · Hockey, News, Sports
Goaltender Brodie Barrick, entering his second season with the Rams, practices at Mattamy Athletic Centre on Oct. 4, 2016. (James Tozer)

New-look Rams ready for season opener

There will be plenty of new faces in the Ryerson Rams men’s hockey lineup this season. After finishing sixth in the Ontario University Athletics’ West Division last season, the Rams have added 10 recruits to the roster. Interim head coach Johnny Duco expects this year’s team to be a talented one. “I think we may be a team early on, because […]

by James Tozer· · Hockey, Sports
BLADE Skating Treadmill (Michael Hutchinson)

VIDEO: BLADE Skating Treadmill is cutting-edge

The Blade Skating Treadmill is not your average treadmill. Located on the fourth floor of the Mattamy Athletic Centre, the treadmill stretches 12 feet wide by six feet long and is made up of individual plastic segments, or slats, coated with a silicone lubricant to replicate actual ice. With a top speed of 20 m.p.h., it’s much louder and faster […]

by Michael Norton· · Hockey, Rams Athletics, Sports
Johnny Duco will be the interim head coach of Ryerson's men's hockey team this year.
(Jacob Cohen)

Ryerson men’s hockey team makes a Wise replacement

When Ryerson men’s hockey team head coach Graham Wise announced his retirement in June, it marked the end of an era. Wise had spent the last 35 years coaching in the CIS, his final 10 as the head coach of the Rams. With Wise now gone, Ryerson will open the season with interim head coach Johnny Duco leading an almost […]

by Mitchell Tierney· · Sports
Inside the Mattamy Athletic Centre during a Ryerson Rams men's hockey practice, Nov. 23, 2015. (Steven Goetz/Ryersonian Staff)

‘Total package’ Mistele added to Rams hockey roster

The Rams men’s hockey team has added some offensive punch to its roster. Forward Matt Mistele, who registered 33 goals and 58 points in 61 Ontario Hockey League games last season, has been added to the Rams roster for the 2016-17 campaign. “We see him as the total package,” said Rams interim head coach Johnny Duco. “He’s a really good […]

by James Tozer· · Hockey, News, Sports
The Ryerson Rams are hoping the Mattamy Athletic Centre will host more CIS national championships with the organization's move to the GTA. (Jamie Tozer)

CIS office relocation could give Rams a boost

Canadian Interuniversity Sport’s summer move could mean good things for the Ryerson Rams. The CIS, the national governing body for university sport in Canada, relocated its head office from Ottawa to Richmond Hill in June. Ivan Joseph, Ryerson’s director of athletics, is hoping the move will bring more national exposure to the Rams. “I think, hopefully, the CIS will be […]

by James Tozer· · Hockey, Sports
Coach Lisa Haley with former Rams player Jessica Hartwick during a practice. (Courtesy Tristan Simpson/Ryersonian Staff)

Three’s company: Former Rams teammates drafted

Former Ryerson hockey players Jessica Hartwick, Melissa Wronzberg and Alex Armstrong made history this summer, becoming the first Rams to be drafted into the Canadian Women’s Hockey League on Aug. 21. Two of the three players were selected by the Brampton Thunder. Hartwick, a defender and former Rams captain, was taken 38th overall by the team. She graduated as Ryerson’s leader in […]

by Kayla Goodfield· · Hockey, Rams Athletics, Sports
Women's Hockey on Sept. 9, 2016.

Ryerson Rams women’s hockey team is off to a new start

The Ryerson women’s hockey team hit the ice Friday evening after a busy off-season, winning its first exhibition game 3-2 over the Carleton Ravens. The game featured eight new faces in the Ryerson lineup. After a disappointing season last year, the women’s hockey team revamped their roster. “Recruiting is 12 months a year,” Rams’ head coach Lisa Haley said. “It […]

by Kayla Goodfield· · Hockey, News, Sports
(Courtesy Alex D’Addese, Ryerson Athletics)

Rams still searching for a home

Mark Tari and the Rams were at home, but nothing made them feel that way. Despite their 10-5 victory over the McMaster Marauders, they knew that the opposing team had more fans cheering at the Bond Park baseball game. It was an October day, ideal for baseball. The sun was shining, but it wasn’t enough to bring Ryerson students out […]

(Courtesy Winston Chow, Ryerson Athletics)

Women’s hockey: still a long way to go

Ryerson Rams head coach Lisa Haley knows the talent of female hockey players. She was behind the bench in Sochi when Marie-Philip Poulin notched Canada’s gold medal-clinching overtime goal. Her long career has put her in a good position to understand the state of women’s hockey and how the women at the top of the game compare to their male […]

by Andrew Roberts· · Hockey, Sports
(Deven Knill/Ryersonian Staff)

Battle of the Rams crowns its first winner

While Luke Mercer, a first-year defenceman for the men’s hockey team, had never figure skated before the Battle of the Rams, he may have still had the upper edge on the competition. He worked with a figure skater in the past to help him with his edges, which Mercer says is important for any hockey player. The Battle of the […]

The first prototype for the eyePuck (Courtesy Masoud Barihi)

All eyes on Ryerson’s new eyePuck

    Six third-year Ryerson engineering students have been hard at work in the basement of Kerr Hall, creating an audible hockey puck that will allow players with visual impairments to play Canada’s favourite sport. They call it the eyePuck. With the help of the North American Society of Tetra, an organization that connects clients who have physical disabilities with […]

by Emily Stachera· · Hockey, News, Sports
The Ryerson Rams defeated the Guelph Gryphons 2-1 Friday night to force a game three in their best-of-5 series.

Rams force game three in OT thriller

By Nicholas Raponi NOTE – The Rams dropped game three by a score of 11-3, ending their playoff run.   The Ryerson men’s hockey team dropped the Guelph Gryphons in a thrilling 2-1 overtime victory Friday night. After losing its first game in the best-of-three series against Guelph on Feb. 25, Ryerson faced elimination last night at the Mattamy Athletic […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Hockey, Rams Athletics, Sports
Before the Gardens, there was George Bell

Before the Gardens, there was George Bell

Fifth-year Rams hockey players not so fondly remember their old playing facility.

by Joshua Beneteau· · Hockey, Rams Athletics, Sports
Lisa Haley explains a drill to her team at practice on Jan. 21, 2016 (Josh Beneteau).

Women’s hockey team hasn’t quit on season yet

The women’s hockey team is 2-13-1, last in the OUA, with eight games to go but still optimistic.

by Joshua Beneteau· · News, Sports
Jamie Lewis scores the third and final goal for the Rams against Brock goalie Clint Windsor (Olivia McLeod/Ryersonian Staff).

Men’s hockey shuts out Brock on country night

Check out a photo gallery of Thursday’s night Country Night hockey game.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Hockey, News, Sports
Courtesy Stephen Kassim

Q&A with women’s hockey captain Jessica Hartwick

Last week, we heard from her friends and teammates on her career as captain and a Day 1 member of the team.
Here’s what Hartwick had to say about her experience on the team.

by Adetayo Bero· · Sports
Palak Mangat/ Ryersonian Staff

Hockey captain starts final year with team

Jessica Hartwick has been instrumental in the growth of the women’s hockey team since the day it began.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Sports
Ryerson Rams weekly scoreboard

Ryerson Rams weekly scoreboard

Check out Ryerson Ram’s weekly scoreboard and the games happening today.

Experience trumps athlete career development

Experience trumps athlete career development

Why Ryerson Athletics isn’t about to adopt an NCAA career-athletics model.

by Jordan Mady· · Hockey, Rams Athletics, Soccer, Sports
Sports recap: Rams win some and lose some

Sports recap: Rams win some and lose some

Victoria Nguyen takes a look at how the Rams are doing so far this season.

by Victoria Nguyen· · Sports, Videos
Now that her soccer stint is over, Rams goalie Alex Armstrong is excited to focus on hockey (Courtesy Ryerson Athletics).

Dual-sport Ram switches gears from soccer to hockey

Whether she’s lacing up before hitting the ice or throwing on cleats before jogging to the field, it doesn’t make a difference for Rams hockey goalie Alex  “Army” Armstrong. Athletes are here to win and Armstrong is ready to do just that — no matter the attire. Riddled with injuries, the soccer team was in a pinch to find a keeper […]

Ryerson Rams Defenceman Alex Basso.

Rams’ Alex Basso stays grounded after NHL training camp

Ryerson Rams defenceman Alex Basso got the opportunity to train with the Washington Capitals earlier this month. But the 22-year-old hockey star is still set on his studies, and winning for the Rams.

by Andrew Roberts· · Hockey, Sports, Sports, Videos
Lisa Haley poised to don the red & white at U-18 world championship

Lisa Haley poised to don the red & white at U-18 world championship

Ryerson’s Lisa Haley was named head coach of Team Canada’s U-18 women’s team in June. The world championship tournament runs from Jan. 8 to Jan. 15 in St. Catharines, Ont.

by Jordan Mady· · Hockey, Sports
Rams defenceman Alex Basso has been named to the Washington Capitals prospects roster. (Emma Ewing-Nagy / Ryerson Athletics)

Three Rams join NHL prospect camps

Three Ryerson Rams have reported to NHL prospect camps this weekend. This is the second consecutive year Rams athletes have been selected for NHL rookie camps.

by Andrew Roberts· · Hockey, Sports
MAC to host charity event for armed forces vets

MAC to host charity event for armed forces vets

This Friday, the MAC is hosting the Heroes Hockey Challenge (HCC) to support the families of wounded soldiers and those killed in combat. Toronto Maple Leafs Alumni will face off against the HHC Warriors, consisting of active Canadian Forces members in the GTA, in a friendly hockey game presented by this year’s charity Wounded Warriors Canada. To date, the event has […]

The Ryersonian Weekly Wrap: Episode 29

The Ryersonian Weekly Wrap: Episode 29

            The Ryersonian weekly wrap is a news audio series produced by senior students in the School of Journalism in Toronto. It features weekly news from ryersonian.ca and from the Canadian University Press.     This week on The Ryersonian weekly wrap,  we bring you a special extended episode cataloguing news from the past two weeks. Our top […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Audio, Podcasts, Top stories
Rams goalie recruited as backup for Marlies

Rams goalie recruited as backup for Marlies

When Knick Dawe woke up on Saturday Feb. 7, his plan for the day was simple. After arriving back home late after a game in Windsor the night before, the Ryerson Rams goaltender was going to have a relaxing brunch. What transpired was an opportunity of a lifetime, and something he would have never expected. By the end of the […]

by Laura Lehman· · Hockey, Sports
Rams reading week wrap-up

Rams reading week wrap-up

Many Rams teams were beginning post season pushes during reading week but for most, it did not go according to plan. Beginning in men’s hockey, the Rams men went up against the University of Toronto (U of T) in their first round best-of-three playoff series. The Rams had home ice advantage but failed to capitalize losing 2-1 at the Mattamy […]

Rams hockey players heading onto the ice at a game earlier this year. (Kalia Garcia-Rojas/Ryersonian Staff)

Playoffs pit Rams against crosstown rival

More than just victories are on the line as the Ryerson men’s hockey team opened the first round of the playoffs Jan. 11. The Rams took on the University of Toronto (U of T) Varsity Blues and the title of best team in Toronto is up for grabs. Coming into the final weeks of the season, Ryerson and U of […]

by Connor Brazeau· · Hockey, Sports
Rams drop playoff opener to U of T

Rams drop playoff opener to U of T

The Rams couldn’t find their scoring touch last night in game one of their Ontario University Athletics (OUA) playoff series against the University of Toronto (U of T). They lost 2-1 on home ice. The Mattamy Athletic Centre (MAC) was busy last night with both men’s basketball and hockey playing one floor apart. But on this night hockey was the main […]

by Connor Brazeau· · Hockey, Sports
Anthony Cicchi attempts to save the ball for Ryerson in a match against the McMaster Marauders Nov. 19, 2014. (Rebecka Calderwood / Ryersonian Staff)

Many Rams varsity teams pushing for playoff berths

Several varsity teams had positive weeks, each of them pushing to clinch playoff positions. Women’s hockey The women’s hockey team continued its drive for a playoff berth when they took on the Waterloo Warriors in an important game Wednesday night. The Rams came into this game one point behind the eighth place Warriors. It was a tight game, with no […]

The Ryerson Rams women's hockey team defeated the

Ryerson Rams team-by-team 2014-15 first semester recap

Ryerson athletics has made tremendous strides the past few years, and that has only been highlighted by stong performances this year. Here’s a look at each team’s first semester heading into the holiday break. Men’s Soccer The Ryerson Rams men’s soccer team did not end its season like they would have hoped. However, the men did make some noise in […]

by Ryan Skilton· · Sports
Ryerson skate training coordinator Vanessa Stratton works overtime as an international referee

Ryerson skate training coordinator Vanessa Stratton works overtime as an international referee

By Melissa Wronzberg The puck drops as Canada and the United States battle it out in the championship game of the 4 Nations Cup. The linesman skates down the ice. Her voice echoes, “No,” as she waves off an offside. If you’re a Ryerson student who has had anything to do with athletics, you would recognize the voice, this time […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Hockey, Sports
The Rams womens hockey team is making some noise in the CIS this season. Courtesy Emma Ewing-Nagy

Rams Insider: Women’s hockey team taking big strides in 2014-15 season

Any franchise, whether it’s the Ryerson Rams women’s hockey team or the Buffalo Sabres, is going to take bumps along the road. For the Rams, it has been a difficult transition over the past three years. As they enter their fourth season as a Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) school, expectations continue to increase, as they have on a year-to-year basis. […]

by Ryan McKenna· · Hockey, Sports
Troy Passingham made 50 saves on 52 shots to help the Rams defeats the Golden Gaels Friday, Nov. 14, 2014. Courtesy Alex D'Addese

Troy Passingham helps Rams to win over Golden Gaels

Queen’s University fired 52 shots at Ryerson goaltender Troy Passingham, but it wasn’t enough as the Rams squeaked out a 3-2 victory over the Golden Gaels Friday night. Both netminders saw a lot of rubber, but stood tall throughout the match. Passingham made a career-high 50 saves for the win, while Gaels goaltender Kevin Bailie had an impressive game of his own, […]

by Ryan Skilton· · Hockey, Sports
The Mattamy Athletic Centre's official Twitter account announce Canada's world junior team will play at the MAC in preparation for the 2015 IIHF. (Courtesy Winston Chow)

Canada’s junior hockey team to play at Mattamy Athletic Centre

Canada’s junior hockey team will play at the Mattamy Athletic Centre in December as part of its preparation for the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship. TSN’s Bob McKenzie tweeted on Wednesday that Canada will play two games against the Canadian Interuniversity Sport all-stars on Dec.13 and 14. Players report to CAN's national junior team final evaluation camp in TOR on […]

by Ryan McKenna· · Hockey, Sports
Ryerson Rams face off against Western Mustangs Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014. Sam Sobolewski / Ryersonian Staff

What it takes to be a hockey scout

Think of any person behind any hockey team and it’s likely they started their career as a scout. The art of identifying talent is a necessary skill to have for anyone who wants to be a part of the game. It’s arguably the best way to break into the hockey world. Doug Hollinsky is the head scout for the Ryerson […]

by Dominik Luszczyszyn· · Hockey, Sports
Dress code becomes staple for Ryerson Rams hockey

Dress code becomes staple for Ryerson Rams hockey

It’s a little known fact that the Mattamy Athletic Centre turns into a runway of sorts before every Ryerson Rams men’s hockey team home game. First there’s coach Graham Wise, looking all business in his suit and tie as he arrives and heads beyond the great divide of doors between the outside world and the locker-rooms. Next there’s a mob […]

by Samantha Sobolewski· · Hockey, Sports
Belleville Bulls forward Jake Marchment was suspended 15 games by the OHL for comments made on Tinder. (Courtesy Belleville Bulls official website)

Ryerson’s Ivan Joseph reacts to OHL suspensions

The Ontario Hockey League (OHL) announced last week it has suspended Peterborough Petes forward Greg Betzold, and Belleville Bulls forward Jake Marchment 15 games each for making offensive comments on Tinder. Both players engaged in a “social networking activity” that goes against league policies, including “Respect in Sport Harassment and Abuse.” Betzold and Marchment made unacceptable comments to women on […]

by Laura Lehman· · Hockey, Sports
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