Ottawa University Gee-Gees Men’s Hockey win Eastern division finals
Quinn O’Brien stands out in the playoffs
Article published on 4 March 2020
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After winning the Eastern division finals of the Ontario University Atheletics (UAO) 2-0 in a best of 3 against the Concordia Stringers, the Ottawa University Men’s hockey team (Gee-Gees) will now face Guelph University (Gryphons) for the Queen’s Cup this Saturday in Guelph in a best of 1.

Leading the Gee-Gees this year as Captain is the Litchfield native, Quinn O’Brien, who stood out in the playoffs with dominant performances, nearly equaling his stats throughout the season, with 2 goals and an assist.

Following the game against Guelph, the Gee-gees will then compete in the 2020 U sports Men’s Hockey University Cup (Nationals). The 58th annual tournament will be held from March 12-16 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Eight teams will compete in a single elimination tournament and Bronze medal games with the 3 conference champions and 3 conference runner-ups including the OUA Bronze winner and the tournament host.

The Three Conferences are Atlantic University Sport, The Canada West Universities Athletic Association and the Ontario University Athletics.

Note; the Ottawa Gee-gees are currently ranked #3 in the U sports national rankings.
More details from Quinn O’Brien will be available following the University Cup.

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