Isn't that always the way: Write a feature on Carleton Ravens goalie Alex Archibald one week, and the next, the team makes the CIS men's hockey Top 10 for the first time in the program's short history.
Carleton is No. 1 in men's soccer with the CIS championship in Ottawa coming next month. The basketball team looks like they have played together before (wink). It's either that you wonder why CU would change what is working pretty well by adding football, or that they're at a point where there's enough positivity, good vibes that it would work this time.
What does everyone think?
By the way, A Top 10 Tracker has been added to The CIS Blog. It's nothing major, just our version of the "How The Top 25 Fared" that the Associated Press has put out for men's basketball and football for years.
The shinny Ravens in Kingston Friday to play the Golden Gaels. Speaking of which, Queen's and RMC play three times in the regular season. Would it not make sense to have one of the games at a neutral site?
The mental image of RMC cadets streaming across the Lasalle Causeway, waving hockey sticks and wanting Tyler King's blood, well, that is too much to resist.
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