Tristan D’Amours

  • Très Joly, Charles: FC Montreal Win 5-2

    Charles Joly’s Hat Trick Helps Bleu-Blanc-Noir Stomp Saint Louis FC at Home

    FC Montreal forward Charles Joly scored his first three United Soccer League goals inside the first 40 minutes of play to issue a crushing 5-2 defeat to the Saint Louis FC Wednesday afternoon.

  • FC Montreal Gets First Home Win In Nine Games

    Anthony Jackson-Hamel’s Two Goals Give Team a 4-2 Win over Pittsburgh

    FC Montreal fans were treated to a high scoring affair this past Sunday afternoon as the bleu-blanc-noir defeated the Pittsburgh Riverhounds 4-2 at Stade Saputo’s turf field. Four goals were scored (a team record) by Montreal, including two from forward Anthony Jackson-Hamel. Winger Alessandro Riggi and midfielder Marco Dominguez also scored as their team ended an eight home game losing streak.

  • Last Minute Goal Keeps FC Montreal At Rock Bottom

    Wilmington’s Stoppage Time Goal Hands FC Montreal Another Loss; Remains At Bottom of USL Standings

    FC Montreal remain at the bottom of the United Soccer League Standings following a 2-1 loss at Stade Saputo to the Wilmington Hammerheads this past Thursday. A goal in stoppage time by Wilmington forward Will Heaney slashed Montreal’s hopes of obtaining their second win of the season.

  • The Line Has Been Drawn

    FC Montreal Manager Philippe Eullaffroy Shows His Frustration Following 2-0 Loss to Louisville

    FC Montreal couldn’t avoid the rain and gloom that fell on Stade Saputo as the bleu-blanc-noir lost 2-0 to Louisville City SC this past Wednesday night. It’s the team’s eighth loss in ten games.

  • FC Montreal Bounce Back

    Victor N’Diaye Secures Last-Minute 2-2 Draw Versus New York

    FC Montreal robbed New York Red Bulls II of a win with a late goal by forward Victor N’Diaye at Saputo Stadium on Saturday night, securing a 2-2 draw and shattering the hopes of the visiting New York fans who crossed the border to see their team play.

  • FC Montreal Clinches First Win With Shutout

    Louis Béland-Goyette Scores to Give FC Montreal First Win in League History

    FC Montreal grabbed their first three points of the season by beating the Charleston Battery 1-0 on Thursday at Saputo Stadium’s turf field. A goal by midfielder Louis Béland-Goyette in the first half gave Montreal their first win and first shutout in the team’s short United Soccer League history.

  • FC Montreal Loses 1-0 To Rochester Rhinos

    Riggi Scores But Montreal Drops Derby Match, Still Winless

    FC Montreal winger Alessandro Riggi scored the long-awaited first home goal in team history but it wasn’t enough as Christian Volesky’s two goals secured another Rochester Rhinos victory at Saputo Stadium’s turf field this past Saturday afternoon.

  • Mistakes Cost FC Montreal

    FC Montreal Still Winless After Loss to Richmond

    A tight and heated game on and off the pitch saw Montreal lose 1-0 to the Eastern Conference leading Richmond Kickers on Saturday afternoon at Saputo Stadium’s turf field.

  • New Team, New Captain

    Nazim Belguendouz to Lead FC Montreal This Season

    When a brand new team hits the pitch, there are a lot of firsts. First ever home game, first ever coach or first ever logo. FC Montreal now has its first ever captain, Nazim Belguendouz.

  • Horned By Rhinos

    FC Montreal Drops Game Versus Rochester

    It was an unpleasantly sunny and windy Saturday afternoon at Saputo Stadium’s turf field for FC Montreal as they lost 3-0 to the Rochester Rhinos.

  • Familiar Foe at Saputo

    Montreal Rivalry With Rochester Rhinos Renewed

    On Saturday at Saputo Stadium’s turf field, an old United Soccer League derby will be renewed.

  • Sour Start To The 401 Derby

    FC Montreal Drops Inaugural Game Against TFCII

    Montreal has a new reason to hate Toronto. Toronto FCII and FC Montreal, minor affiliates for their respective Major League Soccer clubs Toronto FC and the Montreal Impact, went head to head in their all-new rivalry, known as the 401 derby. However for FC Montreal, it was Toronto FCII who earned a victory winning 2-0 at the Olympic Stadium in Montreal.

  • One Final Time

    Stingers Men’s Basketball Team Loses Semi-Final Game Versus McGill

    The Concordia Stingers men’s basketball team were eliminated from the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec’s final-four playoffs on Friday night, losing 74-60 to the McGill Redmen at Bishop’s University’s Mitchell Gymnasium.

  • Quick Exit for Concordia

    Women’s Basketball Team Is Eliminated From RSEQ Final Four

    Smiles were a rarity on the Stingers bench following their 54-47 loss against the UQAM Citadins on Thursday night at Bishop’s University’s Mitchell Gymnasium. The Citadins clinched a berth in the Réseau de sport étudiant Quebec basketball finals with their win, eliminating Concordia from the four-team playoffs.

  • 2022 World Cup in Qatar – FIFA’s Overheated Decision-Making

    On Thursday, it was announced that the 2021 Confederations Cup, a set-up tournament for the 2022 World Cup, had been stripped away from Qatar by FIFA. This is one of many strange, abrupt decisions that’s causing FIFA to make even more of a fool of itself every time it opens its mouth.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Ads on Jerseys? World Cup Used as Pilot Project

    The NHL has a lot of plans for the 2016 World Cup of Hockey. The league wants to increase the sport’s popularity through some experimentation.

  • 2015 MLS Superdraft - Is Romario Williams a Good Pick for the Impact?

    The question after this draft is: has the Impact made a good decision by drafting Romario Williams? The short answer to this question is that no one really knows. Unless he blows everyone out of the ballpark in training camp, it won’t really affect the first team.

  • Fifth Time’s the Charm

    Stingers Knock Off McGill Redmen in Overtime Thriller

    The tension between Concordia and McGill fans was as thick as the fog covering Loyola Campus. Both groups were in for a treat at the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec men’s rugby final, a game that will be remembered as one of the craziest finals in recent times.