Men’s hockey team continues to roll

Ryerson’s Matt Mistele in action last night versus the Waterloo Warriors at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. (Jordan Arseneault/Ryersonian)

Offence wasn’t a problem for the Ryerson men’s hockey team Thursday night, as the club cruised to its third straight win in an 8-3 home victory over the Waterloo Warriors.

The eight goals scored matched a season high, recorded in October against the Brock Badgers.

Rams’ second-year forward Aaron Armstrong led the way for Ryerson, recording a team-high four points. Linemates Marcus Hinds and Daniel Clairmont both tallied three points and, combined with Armstrong, produced half of the team’s eight goals.

With the win, Ryerson passed McGill for first place in the OUA conference and increased its lead to five points over second-place York in the OUA West division.

The Rams are back in action Saturday afternoon at 2:15 p.m. at the Mattamy Athletic Centre, as the team continues its five-game home stand.

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