The Mustangs seemed to have finally found confidence in their goalie trio after the departure of Kelly Campbell and goalie coach Dave Rook left chaos in the crease. 

One of the best players to come out of U Sports, Mustang alumna Katelyn Gosling is proving in the CWHL that young female hockey players can have a future in their sport. 

The Canadian Women's Hockey League (CWHL) All-Star game was held in Toronto on Saturday at the Air Canada Centre.


Team White, lead by Carlee Campbell, claimed a 9–5 victory over Team Blue, led by Natalie Spooner and Meaghan Mikkelson, in the 2017 CWHL All Star game at the Air Canada Center in Toronto. Katelyn Gosling, a Mustang alumna, played on Team Blue. 


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With just 10 games left in the regular season, the Mustangs sit one point out of the final playoff spot in the OUA West Division after their loss to York on Friday.

Western's women's hockey team suffered an 8–1 loss at the hands of the visiting Windsor Lancers to close out the first half of their season. 

Robert Polesello, Spenser Cobbold, Jonathan Laser and Greg Dodds have all been invited to the 40 person training camp for Team Canada. The team will compete at the Universiade in Kazakhstan in January. 

The Mustangs men's hockey team extended their losing streak to seven games after their loss to the Toronto Varsity Blues on Friday despite not losing more than four consecutive games in over a decade.

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