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McMaster got back into the win column on Saturday night with four victories.

We’ve just put out some new hot sports snacks, so grab a plate and dig in.

If reports are accurate, Les Miles will be back on the sidelines soon.


Caps Fan Donates Winnings

The Pittsburgh Penguins and Washington Capitals rivalry has been hotly contested over the past number of years.

That’s all thanks to superstar players like Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin.  It probably THE hottest rivalry in the NHL today.

However, even two bitter rivals can put their on-ice hate for each other aside when tragedy strikes.

On November 7th we posted a story about the Washington Capitals stepping forward to make a donation to the Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh to help with the aftermath of the anti-Semitic attack at the Tree of Life Synagogue that resulted in 11 deaths.

The Penguins faced off with the Capitals on Wednesday night in Washington with the home club’s portion of the 50-50 draw being donated to the charity.  However, that was not the only amazing gesture that was made on that night.

Fans in attendance at the game would up putting out $38,570 when purchasing their 50-50 tickets at the game.  That meant the charity and the winner would get $19,285 each which is awesome for both.

But, the Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh walked away with the entire $38,570 jackpot as the Caps season ticket holder who won the draw decided to match the team’s act of kindness and donated their winnings.

We have said it before and will say it again, sports have the power to bring people together and in this instance one person showed that we can hold onto the notion that we can still have the faith in humanity and the greater good.

At this time, we do not know who the person was that donated their winnings, but they have earned a lot of respect not only from other Capitals fans but many Penguins fans, which says a lot considering the rivalry.  Who ever that person is, we hope they get recognized the next time Washington and Pittsburgh plays, preferably in Pittsburgh so the Pens fans can salute him.

Sometimes you don’t have to be in the locker room to be the locker room leader. This is one of those times.

Meanwhile, on Thursday (Nov 8) night, the Los Angeles Kings honoured the victims of the Thousand Oaks, California shooting.  Like the Capitals, the Kings organization donated their portion of the 50-50 draw proceeds to charity, the Ventura County Family Foundation, with the players joining in and matching the donation.

The Kings and Minnesota Wild players also wore decals on their helmets that said “ENOUGH” and held up signs with the same message during a moment of silence prior to their game.
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Marauders Saturday Sports Wrap: November 17, 2018 - #McMaster #Marauders #MarauderNation…
Final Score: @Varsity_Blues 77 - @MacMensBball 89 in @OUAsport men's basketball action
.@MacMensBball leads by 9 on the @Varsity_Blues headed to the 4th quarter.
At the half: @Varsity_Blues 40 - @MacMensBball 42 in @OUAsport men's basketball action
.@OUAsport women's basketball final @Varsity_Blues 47 - @MacWbball 67
.@MacWbball leads the @Varsity_Blues 28 to 19 at halftime in @OUAsport women's basketball action
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