David S. Landsman

  • 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.

  • The Buzz

    Feb. 27, 2014

    Your weekly dose of Stingers action, it’s The Buzz with David S. Landsman and Yacine Bouhali. This week, CIS athlete of the week Mukiya Post guest hosts.

  • Saving Their Worst For Last

    Stingers Fall Apart in Second Game of Playoff Series Against McGill

    Marking the first time the Stingers qualified for the playoffs in three years, Concordia’s 2013-2014 women’s hockey season was one to remember.

  • Gone in a Flash

    McGill Redmen Put a Swift End to the Stingers’ Season

    It took 26 games for the Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team to clinch the sixth spot in the Ontario University Athletics East Division and their first playoff appearance since the 2010-2011 season.

  • The Buzz

    Feb. 13, 2014

    Get your weekly dose of Concordia sports action with The Buzz, your source for all things Stingers.

  • The Start of A New Chapter for Concordia Football

    Stingers Introduce Mickey Donovan as New Head Coach

    After longtime Stingers football head coach Gerry McGrath announced his retirement last October following a disappointing 0-8 season, the responsibility of finding…

  • Curtain Call for Captain Concordia

    Stingers Captain George Lovatsis Reflects on Career in Maroon and Gold

    When Concordia’s men’s hockey 2013-2014 season reaches its end, most players will be reflecting on a season filled with ups and downs, and looking forward to how they can improve for next year.

  • Stingers Secure Sixth Spot in Playoff Race

    Men’s hockey team takes three of four points over weekend

    Less than 24 hours after a trip to the nation’s capital left the Stingers men’s hockey team stunned and shaking their heads due to a 4-3 shootout loss, Concordia’s squad regrouped and displayed a great 60-minute effort, winning 4-2 against the University of Ontario Institute of Technology Ridgebacks.

  • The Buzz

    Feb. 6, 2014

    Your weekly dose of Concordia sports action, it’s The Buzz with David S. Landsman and Yacine Bouhali.

  • Concordia Gets a New Pond

    New Student-Initiated Outdoor Skating Rink at Loyola to Officially Open

    Back in mid-October, Krzysztof Kmiecik had a vision.

  • One Step Closer To Clinch Playoff Spot

    Big Win Gives Stingers a Chance of Post-Season for First Time in Three Years

    After being set back their chase for the post-season Saturday afternoon in a 5-1 loss to the Canadian Interuniversity Sport no. 1-ranked McGill Martlets, Concordia was excited at their chances against the Carleton Ravens—a team who had lost 15 straight.

  • Sinking Stingers

    Stingers Lose Both Weekend Games By Large Margin

    Trying to put a couple of points in their playoff race seemed impossible for the Concordia Stingers’ men’s hockey team this past weekend as they were beaten handedly in both games, losing 6-2 to the Queens’ Gaels Friday night and then 7-2 on the following afternoon playing against the Carleton Ravens.