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Cougars tamed

by Kelsey Hipkin As I sit writing this, only one Cougar team out of a possible six has the chance to medal for the remainder of the season. This comes of course with the exception...

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‘Flec in the house

by Kelsey Hipkin Curling. For some, it’s a dull, lifeless sport consisting of an older crowd hanging out in turtlenecks and polyester pants. For others, the strategy, the action and the curlers themselves (judging from...

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Big cats hit playoffs

by Kelsey Hipkin Men’s Volleyball Sitting in second place in the ACAC standings going in to the playoffs, the Cougars men’s volleyball team looked poised to bring home some hardware. However, this wasn’t the...

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Working on women’s hockey

by Joe McFarland Almost as soon as the Vancouver 2010 competition began, the questions started swirling about whether or not women’s hockey belonged in the Olympics. Was the field competitive enough or would it...

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Cougars football past and present

by Kelsey Hipkin “Ground, set, HUT!” Since Mount Royal reached its university status, people might be thinking they’ll be hearing those words from a Mount Royal Cougar Football field near you. If you were one...

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Cougars leap into 2010

Welcome back sports fans! Whether you are a new student to MRU or a seasoned veteran of our university’s hallowed halls The Reflector would like to present you with a guide to where your...

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I’m not superstitious, but I’m a little-stitious

Michael Jordan’s blue North Carolina shorts underneath his Bulls uniform, Tiger Wood’s red shirts, and Patrick Roy’s mental mind games with his net. These three rituals, while simple in description have a major impact...

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Big cats on top

The Cougars men’s hockey team is off to a roaring start this season with a 13-1-0-1 record so far. After facing SAIT on Dec. 4, the big cats don’t play again until Jan. 8....

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No strings attached

Don’t hate the game, hate the player — oh wait, it’s the reverse: don’t hate the player, hate the game. Whatever. Either way, hating the game or the player is beside the point. The...

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One-two punch

Gretzky and Messier. Kobe and Shaq. Ruth and Gehrig. There’s no question that a talented duo can provide a one-two punch capable of leading a team to the promise land and the Mount Royal...