Hockey: McGill sets CIS record for longest win streak

Sixty-eight in a row for the McGill Marlets and counting.

The two-time women's hockey champions eclipsed Alberta's record for longest win streak vs. CIS opponents with a 4-1 win over Toronto at Concordia's annual Theresa Humes tournament.

Ann-Sophie Bettez had a hand in three Martlets goals, while Carly Hill, Rebecca Martindale and Jordanna Peroff each contributed power-play goals. Taylor Salisbury was the goalie of record in the record-setting win.

McGill plays No. 10 Guelph and No. 4 Manitoba these next two days as coach Amey Doyle's club attempts to stretch to to 69 and 70 consecutive. With 10 regular-season games left in the QSSF, plus two best-of-3 playoff rounds, it could be an 84-game win streak by the time nationals roll around in Antigonish in March.

Almost half of the wins (33) during McGill's run have come over ranked teams.
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