David S. Landsman

  • The Buzz

    Nov. 14, 2013

    In this week’s edition of The Buzz, Stingers basketball have a slow start to their season, the Ed Meagher Arena’s doors reopen and men’s rugby head to the playoffs.

  • Slain Stingers

    Stingers give up 4 third-period goals in 5-2 loss to Waterloo Warriors

    Saturday’s game started off poorly, with a malfunctioning zamboni door that delayed the start of the game from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

  • Another Game, Another Loss, Another Injury

    Stingers roughed up in 6-4 loss to Wilfrid Laurier

    If there’s one group dedicating more time than usual to the Concordia Stingers’ men’s hockey team lately, it’s the athletic therapists, as yet another player succumbed to injury this past weekend.

  • Injury-Ridden Stingers Stumble in Official Home Opener

    Women’s Hockey Team Unable to Capitalize of Numerous Chances

    Reeling off their first victory of the season last week against the Carleton Ravens, Concordia’s women’s hockey team wanted to keep the momentum going at their inaugural game at the newly renovated Ed Meagher Arena.

  • Makeover Completed

    Concordia’s Renovated Rink Reopens

    One year, over $6 million and two weeks of home-games-away-from-home later, Concordia’s Ed Meagher Arena is finally renovated and looking spiffier than ever.

  • Triple Whammy

    Stingers Lose Game, Bragging Rights and Top Forward as Redmen Rally in 27th Corey Cup

    Saturday night at the Verdun Auditorium was a game of symbolic tradition, as the Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team took the ice against the McGill Redmen for the 27th annual Corey Cup in a battle for points—and bragging rights.

  • Winning it in Style

    Stingers Women’s Hockey Team Comeback from 4-Goal Deficit For First Win of Season

    After scoring just three goals in their first three games of the season, it was high time the Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team started producing results on offence.

  • A Game to Remember

    Stingers’ Men’s Hockey Team Crushes RMC 10-3

    Coming off three straight losses, Coach Kevin Figsby’s team knew they had to put in a strong effort going into last Friday’s game – and they did, easily handling the visiting Royal Military College Paladins’ with a final score of 10-3.

  • Close But Not Quite

    Late Gee-Gees goal extends Stingers’ losing streak to 3

    After a promising start to the 2013-2014 season, the Concordia Stingers’ women’s hockey team put in a strong effort but came out on the short end yet again, losing 2-1 while visiting the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees.

  • End of an Era

    Concordia Football Coach Retires After 22 Years With Stingers

    After 22 years with the Stingers, McGrath is retiring as head coach of Concordia’s football team.

  • All in the Name

    The Link Sits Down With Stingers’ Adam Nugent-Hopkins and Brother Ryan of the Edmonton Oilers

    If you’re from Edmonton, you’ve probably heard the name Nugent-Hopkins mentioned at least once—it’s starting to become a household name. But if you live in Montreal, you wouldn’t think there’d be another one in our very own backyard.

  • Home Opener Away From Home

    Stingers Drop A Close Game to Reigning National Champions

    Finishing last-place in the Réseau de sport étudiant du Québec last season was a tough pill to swallow for the Concordia women’s hockey team.

  • Unbeatable Bees

    Stingers Women’s Rugby Cap Off Perfect Season with 77-0 Win

    The gameplan was simple: run, hit, score and win to stay perfect.

  • Fighting the Culture

    The Ongoing Debate on CIS Hockey Fights

    Last Tuesday night was supposed to be one of excitement for Montreal hockey fans.

  • Stingers Hockey

    Season Previews

    Coming out of the gate, the Stingers men’s hockey team appeared to be headed for a promising 2012-2013 campaign, winning their first two games of the season. Meanwhile, the 2012-2013 season for the Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team was supposed to bring forth a new era. That hope was quickly dashed.