MEN’S HOCKEY (0-0 OUA, 1-3-0-0 overall):
At McGill for their fourth pre-season game, 7:00 p.m.
Sean Smyth - uOttawa
Scorers for McGill unavailable
Third-year goaltender Riley Whitlock made 54 stops Friday night, but the uOttawa Gee-Gees couldn`t match the offensive intensity of the McGill Redmen, losing 1-4.
The game was refereed by two intramural referees from McGill and one of uOttawa’s therapists after it was found that no referee had been hired to take care of the game.
“I think it was a good opportunity to play one of the better teams in our division,” said head coach Dave Leger, “But we have some work to do.”
Second-year left-wing Sean Smyth opened scoring in the first period, but the Redmen quickly pulled away, scoring four unanswered goals.
“The second period wasn’t our best,” said second-year defenseman Scott Ashton, “but we‘ll keep working on the intensity.”
The next game for the Gee-Gees will be the team’s home opener against the Toronto Varsity Blues on October 9th at 7 p.m. at the uOttawa Sports Complex.