Seven Gee-Gees were recognized in total, with Derek Wendel and Mitchell Baines, the dynamic duo of the 2016–17 season, being named first-team all-stars.
Coming into the game, the Gees had an astounding 8–0 record, scoring 373 points and only allowing 35 points against throughout the entire season.
The University of Ottawa men’s hockey team extended their win streak to three games with back-to-back victories against Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier on Nov. 11 and 12, respectively.
Despite making it a close contest in the end, head coach Andy Sparks was not happy with his team’s performance during the majority of the game.
Despite the result, head coach Steve Johnson was pleased with the way his team played in the game.
The Ridgebacks spoiled the Gees’ Oct. 7 home opener by a 3–0 margin.
With a large crowd on hand at the Minto Sports Complex, the Gee-Gees battled the American Hockey League’s Binghamton Senators hard, eventually leading to a 3–2 loss.
Despite it only being an exhibition matchup, the win speaks volumes to the quality of team the Gee-Gees can expect to be this year.