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Spencer Pommells Lancer Spencer Pommells is the CIS scoring leader, with 26 points in 11 games.

Championship rematch an opportunity to promote anti-bullying message

In a rematch of the 2014 Queen’s Cup final, the Lancer men’s hockey team will host the McGill Redmen for a special mid-day contest at 12:45 p.m. Friday, November 14, at South Windsor Arena.

The Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board will bus students from across the region to watch the game in support of the annual “Lancers against Bullying” campaign.

Athletics director Mike Havey says he is thrilled to partner with the Catholic school board for the event.

“It will be a great chance for students from the region to see two of the top university hockey teams in the country compete, while also promoting our awareness program against bullying,” he says.

The Lancer squad is off to the best start in its history, 11-0-0 and ranked third in Canadian Interuniversity Sport. Forward Spencer Pommells currently leads the nation in scoring with 26 points in 11 games.