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Cambridge’s Hall helps UNB hockey to USports national title

The University of New Brunswick went a perfect 3-0 at the University Cup
Connor Hall completed his fourth season with the University of New Brunswick Reds hockey team with a national championship Sunday night.

Cambridge defenceman Connor Hall helped the University of New Brunswick shutout the University of Alberta 3-0 on Sunday night to win the University Cup in Charlottestown, PEI.

The Reds men’s hockey team swept their way through the tournament with a 3-0 record en route to their ninth national championship in program history.

Hall finished the game plus-1 with a shot on goal. He closed out the tournament plus-4 in three games played.

Appearing in 30 games during season, the Cambridge Minor Hockey product scored five goals and added eight assists for 13 points. He ranked tied for third on the team in plus-minus at plus-18.

Hall last played in Cambridge during the 2013-2014 season as a member of the U16 Hawks when he scored six goals and 10 assists in 30 games. He would go on to play five seasons in the Ontario Hockey League with the Kitchener Rangers, suiting up in 115 games.

Following the 2015-2016 season, Hall was selected in the third round, 77th overall of the National Hockey League Draft by the Pittsburgh Penguins.