• A New Team in Town

    Montreal Impact Academy Club FC Montreal Looks Ahead to Inaugural Season

    This spring, Montreal will gain another professional soccer team. FC Montreal will play in the United Soccer League, the league the Montreal Impact used to compete in during the early 2000s. The Link spoke to Phillippe Eullaffroy, the Montreal Impact Academy director and head coach of FC Montreal, about the creation of the new club.

  • Selling the Stingers Story

    Concordia Athletics to Launch Collaboration with Students

    Director of Recreations and Athletics Patrick Boivin hopes to revitalize Concordia athletics, and he’s working on a project that will involve students.

  • Gee-Gees Beat Stingers In Shootout

    The Stingers Lose Ground In Race For Third

    Fans at the Ed Meagher Arena were treated to a thrilling match on Sunday afternoon as the Stingers and University of Ottawa Gee-Gees needed overtime and a shootout to decide a winner. The Gee-Gees prevailed in the shootout, securing a 2-1 victory over Concordia.

  • Dribbling Out The Snow

    As Soccer Players Head Indoors, They Also Head into a Different Game

    The winter months aren’t friendly to Canada, and the world of Quebec soccer isn’t exempt from such harsh conditions. The only solution to protecting this beautiful game from the freezing wind and snow showers is to bring it indoors.

  • An Uphill Battle Ends In Heartbreak

    Stingers Can’t Beat Top-Seeded Rival McGill, Eliminated From Playoffs

    The Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team were eliminated by their bitter rivals, the McGill Redmen, in the first round of the Ontario University Athletics playoffs. The Stingers searched for their first playoff series win since 2001.

  • Redmen Strike Back

    Stingers Head to Game 3 After 5-0 Loss to McGill

    With a 1-0 lead in the series, Concordia headed back home with the hopes of sweeping the McGill Redmen and winning a playoff series for the first time since 2001. Instead the Redmen invaded the Ed Meagher Arena, and left with a 5-0 victory.

  • Special Teams Helps Stingers Draw First (Redmen) Blood

    The Stingers Take First Game After Wild Third-Period Finish

    Wednesday night at McConnell Arena, the Stingers showed everybody what hard work does by disposing of their bitter rival by beating the McGill Redmen 6-4 in the first game of the series.

  • State of the Rivalry

    A Glimpse At the Storied Concordia-McGill Rivalry In the Present Day

    Stingers, Redmen and Martlets haven’t gotten along since the dawn of man, or so we’ve been led to believe. In the world of university athletics, there is no shortage of history between “Concordians” and “McGillionaires.”

  • Firing Blanks In The Shootout

    Despite Spectacular Performance by Katherine Purchase, Stingers Fall In Shootout

    The Concordia Stingers fell 2-1 in a shootout at the hands of their crosstown rival McGill Martlets this past Saturday. Once overtime couldn’t break the deadlock, both teams took to the shootout to settle the score. Marie-Philip Lavoie’s lone shootout goal ended up becoming the game-winner for McGill.

  • A True Leader On and Off The Field

    Veteran Eric Noivo Reflects On His Career as a Stinger

    Chances are if you’ve caught a Concordia Stingers football game in the last couple of years, or if you’ve been around the Concordia Sports Complex at Loyola, you’ve seen the man known simply as Eric Noivo.