David S. Landsman

  • Tough Test for Stingers Hockey

    Men’s Team Allows Three Unanswered Goals En Route to Loss Against McGill

    After snapping their four game losing streak last Saturday against the University of Guelph, the Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team had a big test ahead, playing against their crosstown rivals, the McGill Redmen.

  • Women’s Hockey: Stingers Edged Out By Bitter Rivals

    Maroon and Gold Lose 3-2 to Rival McGill

    Last Sunday afternoon, the Stingers faced off against the 2nd place RSEQ team, and bitter rivals, the McGill Martlets. For the second time this season, it was a one-goal game. This time, however, McGill came out on top, edging out Concordia 3-2 at the Ed Meagher Arena.

  • Women’s Hockey: Another Win, Another Shutout

    Stingers Secure Road Shutout With 1-0 Victory over Ottawa

    This past Friday night, the Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team needed only the first 80 seconds to score the game-winner, as they prevailed with a 1-0 shutout victory over the Ottawa Gee-Gees at the Minto Sports Complex.

  • Women’s Hockey: Blanked by Blue and White

    Stingers Lose 3-0 to the UdeM Carabins

    The Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team lost 3-0 to the Université de Montréal Carabins this past Sunday afternoon, extending their losing streak to three games.

  • Second Period Collapse Leads to Loss

    Visiting Western Mustangs Double Up On Stingers 8-4

    The Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team had their three-game losing streak extend to four games after losing 8-4 to the Western Mustangs this past Friday night at the Ed Meagher Arena.

  • Coming Up Short In Front Of Packed House

    Stingers Women’s Hockey Team Drops Shootout Versus Carleton

    The Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team couldn’t win one for the 800 kids in attendance, as they ran into yet another hot goalie, losing 2-1 to the Carleton Ravens in a shootout this past Wednesday morning.

  • Stingers Streak Snapped at Three

    Women’s Hockey Team Gets Shut Out at Home

    After riding their longest winning streak since November 2005, the Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team couldn’t find a way to score, coming up short in a 2-0 loss versus the Gee-Gees on Saturday afternoon.

  • A True Definition of Perfection

    Stingers Shut Out McGill and Carleton For Huge Road Weekend

    In recent years, the Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team, led by head coach Les Lawton, has had trouble playing a full 60-minute, mistake-free hockey game.

  • Stingers Double Up Ravens for First Win

    Concordia’s Women Hockey Team Prevails in Home Opener

    Despite losing rookie forward Suzie Sauriol to a lower-body injury suffered in the pre-game warm-up, the Stingers beat the Carleton Ravens 4-2 this past Sunday afternoon.

  • Can’t Stop the Crimson

    Men’s Hockey Team Loses to Harvard University in Exhibition Game

    It was a heroic effort, but every hero must pass through the abyss. The Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team, playing their third game in three nights, hosted the Harvard Crimson this past Sunday afternoon, where the team lost 7-2 in front of a packed Ed Meagher Arena.

  • Young Stingers Can’t Beat Old Foes

    Concordia Stingers Women’s Hockey Team Defeated in Season Opener

    The Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team was back in action last Friday night, playing their season opener at the home rink of one of their bitter rivals—the Université de Montreal Carabins.

  • Women’s Hockey: Stingers Get Cook-ed Out

    Stingers Women’s Hockey Team Runs Into Wall In 2-1 Pre-Season Shootout Loss

    In their lone pre-season game at the Ed Meagher Arena, the Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team dropped a 2-1 decision in a shootout to the St. Thomas Tommies.

  • Men’s Hockey: Rivalry Renewed

    Stingers Team Gets the Edge in First Preseason Tilt

    It may only have been a preseason game, but that didn’t keep bitter rivals McGill and Concordia from battling back-and-forth in an intense contest on Saturday evening.

  • Combining Two Passions

    Montreal Rapper Annakin Slayd Mixes Montreal and Sports in His Rhymes

    If you were to tell a young Montreal sports fan growing up in St. Leonard in the 1980s like Andrew Farrar that he would achieve international success…

  • A Net Gain

    Stingers Women’s Hockey Add Size, Skill and a Familiar Name to the Roster

    With four veterans moving on from the team this year, Concordia’s women’s hockey team will be missing a large chunk of the leadership core that helped lead the Stingers to their first playoff appearance in three seasons.

  • A Glorious Past

    Lynda Baril’s Nos Glorieuses Examines the History of Women’s Hockey

    Millions of Canadians witnessed Canada’s women’s national hockey team’s comeback win in last month’s Sochi Winter Olympic gold medal game.

  • The Buzz

    March 13, 2014

    Your weekly dose of Stingers sports action with The Buzz, hosted by David S. Landsman and Yacine Bouhali. This week: a preview of the CFL regional combine held at the Stinger Dome.

  • Together For A Cause

    Montreal Stars Hockey Team Holds Breast Cancer Fundraiser

    In time for International Women’s Day, two of the top teams in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League faced off on Saturday to collect money in the fight against breast cancer.

  • The Buzz

    March 6, 2014

    Your weekly dose of Stingers sports action with The Buzz, hosted by David S. Landsman and Yacine Bouhali. This week: an interview with Stingers basketball’s Marilyse Roy-Viau.

  • Stingers Wrestling Team Wins Six Medals at CIS Championships

    Maroon and Gold Wrestlers Return From Fredericton Tournament With Hardware

    Concordia’s wrestling team may not have been able to send out wrestlers in all the different weight categories, but they still had a very rewarding weekend.