Poulin’s Place

Olympic Hero Marie-Philip Poulin Laces Up for Les Canadiennes of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League

Marie-Philip Poulin’s office is cold, damp and crowded. Often times it is maddeningly loud, with thousands meticulously observing her every move. She travels fairly often—Montreal, Boston, Vancouver and Sochi to name a few spots—but has a rare gift to find that perfect workspace, whichever time zone she happens to be in. It’s where she thrives—low slot, a couple strides from an offensive zone faceoff circle.

  • Men’s Hockey: Les Patriotes get the Last Laugh

    UQTR and Stingers Engage in High-Scoring Back And Forth Affair

    The Stingers took the game into double overtime but it was not enough to win, as the Université du Quebec à Trois-Rivières Patriotes won 6-5 last Wednesday.

  • Stingers Briefs: You Get a Win, and You Get a Win!

    Basketball Teams Beat Bishop’s, Men’s Hockey Beats RMC

    This week in Stingers Briefs, Concordia’s basketball and men’s hockey teams all won on the road.

  • Serve’s Up

    Concordia Tennis Team Hopes More Support Will Mean Better Play

    Uniprix Stadium is best known for being the home of tennis royalty as part of the annual Rogers Cup.

  • Men’s Hockey: Redmen Rout Visiting Stingers

    Concordia Allows Seven Goals in Loss to McGill

    The McGill Redmen handed the Concordia Stingers their fifth loss in a row by a score of 7-3 at the McConnell Arena on Friday night.

  • Men’s Basketball: “Let It Fly”

    Stingers Defeat Gaiters, Win Fifth Consecutive Game

    To put it simply, the Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team is hot right now.

  • Women’s Basketball: “Still Not Satisfied”

    Stingers Beat Last Place Bishop’s Gaiters at Home

    The Concordia Stingers had an easy time at the Concordia Gymnasium on Thursday night, as they cruised to an 80-51 win over the Bishop’s Gaiters.

  • The Secret Struggle of a Lifetime

    Stingers Hockey Forward Philippe Hudon Opens Up on Battle with OCD

    Like many Canadians, Philippe Hudon has been playing hockey since the moment he learned to walk. Unlike most children, however, Hudon was very neat and organized.

  • From Cayo to Saputo

    Belizean Forward Michael Salazar and His Path to the Montreal Impact

    Earlier this January, Michael Salazar was anxiously sitting in the audience for the 2016 MLS Superdraft at the Baltimore Convention Centre, waiting for his name to be called.

  • Canadiennes Hockey: Torched!

    Montreal Forward & Olympian Marie-Philip Poulin Scores Twice in Victory

    On Sunday afternoon, Les Canadiennes de Montréal defeated the Calgary Inferno 3 – 1 at the Etienne Desmarteau Arena in Montreal, sweeping their weekend series and attaining first place in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League.

  • Stingers Briefs: Women’s Hockey Wins on the Road

    Concordia Beats Ottawa Gee-Gees for Third Straight Win

    The Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team is on a roll after winning their third straight league game this past Friday night. They won 4-2 over the Ottawa Gee-Gees at the Minto Sports Complex in Ottawa.