Update on RMC vs West Point Hockey Game

Due to COVID, the historic Army vs RMC hockey game did not take place in 2021 or 2022. Unfortunately, RMC and United States Military Academy (“Army”) were not able to schedule the game for the 22/23 Academic year.  Instead, the RMC hockey team travelled to West Point in early September and engaged in a weekend…

Carr-Harris Cup – Mark Your Calendar February 2nd 2023

The Carr-Harris Cup is celebrated as the world’s oldest hockey rivalry dating back to a game on Kingston Harbour in 1886.  The Carr-Harris cup, established in 1986, celebrates the history of the Carr-Harris family who have had numerous family members attend both RMC and Queen’s to play hockey.

Sports Roundup

Women’s Volleyball with 3 wins 2 loses in exhibition play The women’s Volleyball teams will be in Nova Scotia this weekend: Friday October 7 – Against Acadia 7:00 pm Saturday October 8 – Against Saint Mary’s – 1:00 pm Sunday October 9 – Against Dalhousie University – Exhibition Full Schedule Noah Rowe, RMC Men’s Hockey,…

Hockey Alumni Chapter Created

The Mission of the RMC Hockey Alumni Association is to establish a strong base of hockey alumni and supporters to ensure long-term sustainability and promote the Royal Military College of Canada Varsity Hockey Program.

Local Volleyball Players Choose RMC

“I chose RMC because they offer a unique experience compared to any other universities, and I have the chance to both study something I’m interested in and play volleyball on a varsity team,” Raymond said.

Class of 1970 Athletic Wall of Distinction Inducts 2022 Honourees at RMC

Article submitted by Peter Reimer, Sports Information and Promotions Coordinator, RMC Kingston, Ont. (May 17, 2022) – The RMC Paladins welcomed 22461 Claire Bramma (RMC 2002), Pat Clayton and 17226 Peter Nicol (CMR 1990) as the newest members of the Athletics Wall of Distinction (AWOD) in a virtual ceremony on Tuesday evening, which premiered on their Facebook and YouTube pages.…

Paladins Honour Top Athletes from 2021-22

“Your Commandant has thoroughly enjoyed watching you play this season,” Commodore Kurtz said. “The reality of our varsity teams at RMC is perhaps different than at other universities, but I hope you never doubt that, for me, there’s only one team that shows up to the field and plays with so much heart and courage.”

5507 Jack Peltier, Class of 1962, Helps ‘Jump Start’ Sport Parachuting at RMC in 2023

Certifications in parachuting benefit the N/OCdts in their future military careers; many ex-cadets from the club work in airborne infantry regiments, become Special Forces jump instructors, or join the Skyhawk’s.

Invictus Games – The Hague 2022 and the Alumni Connection

The Invictus Games is an international sporting event for wounded, injured and sick Servicemen and Women.  The Games use the power of sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and generate a wider understanding and respect of all those who serve their country.

RMC Hockey News – Paladins Win OUA Major Award, All-Rookie Honours

A stalwart defenceman for the Paladins and a strong student in the RMC Bachelor of Military Arts & Science program, Murray has also found ways to become heavily involved in the local community since moving to Kingston to play for the Fontenacs, which has included volunteering with the Alzheimer Society of KFL&A.

Paladins collect OUA East Coach of the Year, All-Star and All-Rookie honours after historic season

“The biggest thing I recognized with Mike throughout the year is his growth as a person and as a leader,” Leknois said. “He started to show some very good leadership skills, to the point where, when Jonathan Barton wasn’t on the floor, he was usually the team captain.”

Calling All Hockey Alumni – RMC Hockey Banquet – 9 April 2022

We are looking forward to celebrating our Graduating Players and all they have done for our program over the past four or five seasons.  Nash McLean, Alex MacDonald, Sam Cameron, Dean Kiriacou, Brad Van Schubert and Liam Murray, make up a great graduating class for the program.  They leave behind big shoes to fill not only on the ice, but in the dressing room and the culture they have been so crucial in building.