Gananoque's Brett Gibson and his Queen's Gaels, News (Gananoque Minor Hockey)

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Mar 02, 2017 | Marilynn Thivierge | 1188 views
Gananoque's Brett Gibson and his Queen's Gaels
Gananoque's Brett Gibson and his Queen's Gaels are back in action on Friday, March 3rdat 7:30 pm in Game 2 of the OUA East Final when they host McGill at the Kingston Memorial Centre. 

The No.7 Queen's Gaels stole a 2-1 win in Montreal at the No.3 McGill Redmen in game one of the best-of-three series in Montreal at McConnell Arena. Queen's is now just one win away from their first Queen's Cup appearance since 1981.

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