David S. Landsman

  • No Harm In Change

    A Look Into Traveling Hockey Families

    The life of a professional hockey player may seem glamorous, but it does take a toll on their family. Families often have to endure changes in places, schools and workplaces—all part of the hockey player’s lifestyle. Sylvain Lefebvre, head coach of the American Hockey League’s Hamilton Bulldogs, and his family are no exception.

  • Don’t Mess With Tess

    Rugby Sophomore Turning Heads At All Levels

    Rugby wasn’t Alex Tessier’s first sport. Nor was it her second. Many Concordia Stingers and fans who have watched the sophomore centre play would be surprised to know she only learned how to play in her second year at Dawson College, four years ago.

  • Carabins Sail Into Second Round

    Stingers Women’s Hockey Eliminated

    The game plan was simple: Win, and continue the season to live another day. Lose, and the season is over. Unfortunately for the Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team, they couldn’t muster enough offense and were eliminated from the postseason after losing 3-1 to the Universite de Montreal Carabins Saturday afternoon at Ed Meagher Arena.

  • Stingers Left Feeling The Blues

    Women’s Hockey Team Shut Out In First Game of RSEQ Playoffs.

    Despite beating the Carabins in their season finale, the Stingers couldn’t muster enough energy and were blanked 2-0 at the CEPSUM in the first game of their playoffs series last Thursday.

  • Next Stop: Playoffs

    Huge Weekend Victories Set Up First Round Tilt Versus Montreal

    Their game plan was simple: go out, play hard, and come away with some added confidence before the first round of the playoffs this Thursday. From the looks of things, the Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team brought their work ethic, confidence, and a much needed goal-scoring punch at the right time.

  • Long-Term Stability Between The Pipes

    Women’s Hockey Goaltending Tandem Tops In Country

    For a hockey team to succeed on and off the ice, they need a core group of leaders. A solid and stable lineup with a balanced attack, a strong defensive core and, behind all lines of defense, a goaltender. When you have one, you’re good. But when you have two, you’re set.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Managing Expectations

    An In-Depth Look at Concordia Hockey Team Managers

    Every year a new crop of players comes to training camp to try out for the Concordia Stingers hockey teams, and coaches are faced with the tough task of forming a competitive roster to battle through a season. Behind each team are managers whose tasks, from sharpening skates to ensuring players eat nutritiously, also make them essential for success.

  • Special Teams Help Keep Stingers Rolling

    Women’s Hockey Team Prevails In Big Road Victory

    With the playoffs set to start at the end of the month, the Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team continued to roll along on the road, winning by a convincing 3-1 score versus the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees Friday night.

  • Special Teams Help Stingers Trounce Ravens

    Offensive Outburst Gets Women’s Hockey Team Back in Win Column

    After struggling to find the win column in 2015, the Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team exploded with a huge 6-1 blowout against the visiting Carleton Ravens Friday night.

  • A Never-Ending Rivalry

    Close Game Has Stingers Coming Up Short In Overtime

    Every time the Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team gets their schedule at the beginning of the season, the dates that usually stick out are those against their bitter crosstown rivals, the McGill Martlets.

  • Valiant Effort Comes Up Short

    Rookie Goaltender Purchase’s 40 Saves Not Enough

    Getting back into game shape isn’t easy after six weeks of not playing within your conference.

  • Stingers Edged Out By Rams

    Special teams slip up in a 3-2 loss

    With eight games left in the regular season, the Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team was hoping to move up in the standings. However, despite a big victory Friday versus the Toronto Varsity Blues, they couldn’t replicate the same energy the following afternoon at home versus the visiting Ryerson Rams, dropping the game 3-2.

  • Annual Tournament Leaves Stingers Trailing

    Gets Stingers Women’s Hockey Team Drops Two of Three Games at 47th Theresa Humes Tournament

    The Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team lost their first two games before winning their final game this past Sunday, finishing seventh out of eight at this year’s Theresa Humes Tournament.

  • Tough Test for Stingers Hockey

    Men’s Team Allows Three Unanswered Goals En Route to Loss Against McGill

    After snapping their four game losing streak last Saturday against the University of Guelph, the Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team had a big test ahead, playing against their crosstown rivals, the McGill Redmen.

  • Women’s Hockey: Stingers Edged Out By Bitter Rivals

    Maroon and Gold Lose 3-2 to Rival McGill

    Last Sunday afternoon, the Stingers faced off against the 2nd place RSEQ team, and bitter rivals, the McGill Martlets. For the second time this season, it was a one-goal game. This time, however, McGill came out on top, edging out Concordia 3-2 at the Ed Meagher Arena.