Sports

Women’s Hockey: Coming Up Short In Front Of Packed House

Stingers Women’s Hockey Team Drops Shootout Versus Carleton

The Ed Meagher Arena was filled with approximately 800 kids from nine different school across the English Montreal School Board in attendance, but the Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team couldn’t win one for the children, as they ran into yet another hot goalie, losing 2-1 to the Carleton Ravens in a shootout this past Wednesday morning.

  • Second Period Collapse Leads to Loss

    Visiting Western Mustangs Double Up On Stingers 8-4

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

  • Blame Game

    The NFL Tries to Tackle Domestic Violence, But Does the Judicial System Need More Blame?

    The National Football League Players Association has filed an expedited grievance to have currently suspended star Minnesota Vikings running back, Adrian Peterson, reinstated into the NFL. Peterson is currently on the NFL’s exempt list, meaning that he is temporarily suspended with pay, without costing the Vikings a roster spot. Peterson was put on the exempt list after Peterson was indicted on charges for abusing his 4-year-old son.

  • Blue Down, Red to Go

    Stingers Clinch Fifth Straight Finals Appearance Versus McGill Redmen

    On one side of the Concordia Stadium stands, there were chants from the Stingers fans. On the other side, Carabins fans tried to outscream their rivals. Needless to say, it was an emotional semifinal game for both teams and their fans on Sunday afternoon.

  • Rugby Canada Wants You!

    Athletes Seek to Be on Rugby Canada Radar at Try 4 Gold Talent Camp

    Rugby is two years away from making its Olympic debut at the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro, but Rugby Canada is wasting no time identifying potential prospects that may be worthy of representing their country overseas—whether they’re knowledgeable of the game or not.

  • From Stinger To Gaiter

    Former League MVP Kyle Desmarais Returns to Concordia—But This Time as an Opponent

    The Concordia Gymnasium is no longer Kyle Desmarais’s home. It is no longer a place where Stingers fans can celebrate his three-point shots and athletic plays. When he falls to the ground after being fouled, Concordia’s coaches will no longer plead his case. Instead, they’ll defend their own players.

  • 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.

  • Men’s Basketball: Stingers Stall versus Bishop’s

    Former Stinger Kyle Desmarais Scores 18 Points For Bishop’s In Return to Concordia

    Despite outscoring the Bishop’s Gaiters in both quarters of the second half, the Stingers were unable to overcome and surpass the Gaiters lead, losing 76-69 at the Concordia Gymnasium this past Thursday night.

  • Women’s Basketball: See You Later, Gaiters

    Stingers Hold Gaiters Under 30 Points in Blowout Victory

    Following a 87-24 blowout win over Bishop’s Gaiters this past Thursday night, Concordia Stingers women’s basketball head coach Keith Pruden was asked about his team not reaching the 90-point plateau during the game.

  • Canadiens General Manager Highlights All-Star Lineup at JMSM14

    Habs GM Marc Bergevin Among Highlights of Sports Marketing Conference at Concordia

    Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin is an extremely busy man who has little time to spare during his team’s 82-game regular season schedule. You may catch him on television for the occasional interview, but otherwise he’s working tirelessly at building a winning hockey club and continuing to restore its image.

  • Rough and Tumble Crumble

    Women’s Basketball Team Gets No Favours From Referees In Season Opening Loss

    Following a particularly physical game against the UQAM Citadins last season, Stingers women’s basketball head coach Keith Pruden quipped that his opponent had the makings of a rugby team.