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Former Tiger moves on to V-Reds' winning ways

Jimmy Cuddihy has put four seasons of losing hockey behind him with the New Brunswick Varsity Reds.

Jimmy Cuddihy has put four seasons of losing hockey behind him with the New Brunswick Varsity Reds.

The fifth-year forward transferred to the Fredericton, N.B., school last fall after suffering through four consecutive non-playoff campaigns with the Dalhousie Tigers.

He has already been part of 25 victories, including playoffs, two more wins than he was part of during his 112-game career at Dalhousie. In the process, the six-foot-three, 204-pound centre posted a career-best 41-point campaign.

“It’s shown me how much fun hockey can be again,” Cuddihy said. “Not that I didn’t have fun at Dal. I had a lot of good buddies. But you can get complacent in losing, and winning gets contagious. It’s shown in my play.”

Cuddihy is listed as day-to-day with an upper-body injury for the University Cup in Thunder Bay, Ont.

 
 
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