In 30 minutes, the puck will drop and the Ravens (3-13) will play their fourth game vs the U of Ottawa Gee-Gees (9-5) this season.
Meanwhile, Carleton and U of O square off in the MBNA Capital Hoops Classic for basketball at the CTC
A little over 15 minutes to gametime now, the Ravens will be looking to their six-game losing streak here tonight, as well as their three-game losing street to the kids across town
Puck drop is now moments away here at U of O's Minto Sports Complex
Less than three minutes in, U of O scores on a long breakaway, putting them up 1-0
Roxanne Rioux scored the opener
Carleton's first scoring opportunity is squandered, as they fail to capitalize on a giveway in U of O's defensive zone
Just over 10 minutes remaining in the first period, and the score is still 1-0 for U of Ottawa
Ravens goalie Katelyn Steele makes a nice stop on a 2-on-0 at about the 8:30 mark, stopping what could've made the score 2-0 early on
For the record, Steele is 3-11 on the season but has a .925 save percentage, perhaps a testament to the Ravens' defence
At 6:33, the Gee-Gees sneak another one past Steele. The score is 2-0
Thirty seconds later, another breakaway for U of O nets them their third goal. 3-0 U of O
The Gee-Gees have beaten Carleton 3/3 times this season, and their biggest victory was 3-0. That score has already been matched in the first period here
Carleton has their first power play of the game with just under 2 minutes to go in the period
The horn sounds and this period is over. U of O is up 3-0.
Eight seconds after the puckdrop for the second period, the Ravens make it 3-1 with a quick goal off the face off in the Gee-Gee's end
That goal was scored by Tawnya Guindon on the Ravens' carry over power play
Another Gee-Gees goal makes it 4-1 with 12:31 to go in the second
The crowd is now well over 50 people, and they were getting into it until the fourth U of O goal put a halt on the Ravens' momentum
The third period is starting, and Ravens head coach Pierre Alain appears to be replacing Steele with backup goalie Hailey Perrault for the final 20 minutes
U of O defenceman Violaine Houle lost her glove, had it tossed around the ice for a solid 2 minutes before play was finally whistled dead. Now just 11 minutes left in the game.
Melodie Bouchard snipes another one , Ottawa leads 6-2 with 10 to go
Tack one more on. The Gee-Gees put it out of reach at 7-2, 6:00 left in the game
Make that 8-2, two goals separated by less than 10 seconds yet again.
The horn sounds, and that does it. Carleton falls to 3-14, U of O improves to 9-5.
Carleton will end 2016 losing all four games against the cross-town rivals.