19 year-old Becomes First FC Montreal Player to Sign Pro Deal with MLS Side
It was through a screen that FC Montreal midfielder David Choinière found out he would be the first player from the Impact United Soccer League affiliate to sign with the bleu-blanc-noir.
Despite Many Scoring Chances Orlando Leave With Victory
On a hot Sunday afternoon, FC Montreal looked to get their first three points at Complexe Sportif Claude-Robillard.
Four-Point Tally Positive To Head Coach Eullaffroy
Back from their longest road trip of the 2016 United Soccer League season, FC Montreal held a positive assessment to the stint that brought 4 points home.
Jessyko Bernard Signs a One-Year Deal With the Perth Thunder.
Prior to the beginning of the New Year, Perth Thunder general manager Stan Scott was looking for a big winger to add to his roster for the 2016 the Australian Ice Hockey League season.
Called last Monday evening by Montreal Impact assistant coach Wilfried Nancy, FC Montreal midfielder, David Choinière was told that he would write his name in the record books.
Volesky and Dos Santos Score as Rochester Top Montreal At Home
Fresh off a 2-1 win last week against the Richmond Kickers, FC Montreal were expecting a Rumble in the Jungle by hosting the Rochester Rhinos Saturday afternoon. 90 minutes and two goals from Christian Volesky and Steevan Dos Santos later, Montreal were left with nothing but a feeling that something is wrong with the team holding a 1-9 record.
Marc-Andre Element Returns as Concordia Stingers Men’s Hockey Coach
The Concordia Stingers have announced that interim head coach Marc-Andre Element will be returning to the team. This time without the interim tag.
Junior Flemming’s Lone Goal Ruins FC Montreal’s Inaugural Game at New Home
FC Montreal let their guards down after holding tight for 90 minutes. A stoppage time goal courtesy of forward Junior Flemmings gave the 1-0 win to New York Red Bulls II at Montreal’s first game in Complexe Sportif Claude Robillard Saturday afternoon.
Nirra Fields Talks Team Canada, UCLA Bruins, and Being Drafted Into the WNBA
At 22 years old, Montreal born basketball player Nirra Fields has been through it all. From representing Team Canada to being drafted into the Women’s National Basketball League, the UCLA Bruins guard possesses an impressive repertoire, and she’s not even in her prime yet.
Tylor Henry Comes Back from Injury to Make West Win 29-14
With two touchdowns, University of Alberta Golden Bears wide receiver Tylor Henry helped the West snap their two-game losing streak at the 2016 East-West Bowl Saturday afternoon, with a 29-14 win over the East.