Thursday, September 29, 2011

UNB hosts UQTR tonight in Woodstock

The CIS defending champion UNB V-Reds will be the host to the UQTR Patriotes at the 7:00 pm at the Carleton Civic Centre in Woodstock.

This will be the 10th meeting of these two teams since the 84-85 season. The V-Reds have a 7-1-0-1 record against UQTR in those previous nine games. Their last meeting was in a pair of games the 26th and 27th of September in 2008, when the V-Reds won 4-3 in OT and 3-2 in regulation.

The V-Reds are 3-0-0 in the preseason this year, having scored 13 goals while only allowing one. With a mix of veteran and new players, the V-Reds have shown that the defensive system they have in place works quite well, while still scoring key goals with their patient offensive style.

UQTR is 2-1-0 this preseason, with victories over Concordia and Lakehead, and a loss to Lakehead. UQTR has 13 new players this year and are once again looking to challenge for the OUA title. The Civic Center will open its doors at 6pm for spectators.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

can i watch the game on internet and what is the URL.....thanks

Pats fan

Anonymous said...

is this link work for you http://www.hockeywebcasts.com/

thanks

Anonymous said...

anyone know the score of the game as the web says it is finished

Eric said...

Twitter has the score as 0-0 late in the second (see right hand side of UNBHockeyfans home page).

There is no video for this game (Aliant thought the game was at the AUC).

UNB no longer uses News-Cast.com Broadcasts or SSN. As for hockeywebcasts.com - they are a content site which has not updated their info for UNB's media choices.

UNB now use Aliant (which uses Streamit). You can find the link on Aliant's content site (http://exclusive.bellaliant.net/home.jsp).

David Kilfoil said...

Game was played in Woodstock, so no webcast.

UNB won 3-2. Outshot UQTR 36-25. 1-0 after 1st period, UQTR tied it early in third, UNB replied with two goals, and then les Patriotes got PP goal in third to make it 3-2.

Nick MacNeil, Luke Lynes and Tom Nesbitt scored for UNB. Maxime Gravel and Tommy Tremblay for UQTR.