Pressbox Hat Trick

Rants and commentaries on the latest hot topics in sport. Pressbox and hot dogs not included.

  • PBHT123: The Unsolved Mysteries Edition

    • Graphic Madelaine Gendreau

    For the first of the year, Coordinating Editor Tristan D’Amours and Sports Online Editor Harrison-Milo Rahajason are joined by staff writers Dustin Kagan Fleming and Elaine Genest to raise some unsolved mysteries about the Concordia Stingers. What’s mysterious about the Stingers? Will we ever get the answers? Who are we to know, we just ask questions into a microphone.

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  • PBHT122: The 2017 Link Athlete of the Year Edition

    On this episode of the Press Box Hat Trick podcast, Tristan D’Amours, Harrison-Milo Rahajason and Dustin Kagan Fleming pay homage to 2017 in Concordia sports. They give their highlight and lowlight of the calendar year.

    The main course of the show, however, is The Link’s inaugural athlete of the year as voted by the entire sports section. The hosts go through the shortlist and name the athlete of the year.

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  • PBHT121: The Futsal P.O.T.Y. Edition (ft. Nazim Belguendouz)

    • Graphic Madelaine Gendreau

    This week on the Pressbox Hat Trick podcast, Tristan D’Amours and Alexander Perez welcome the first ever Canadian futsal play of the year, Nazim Belguendouz!

    The hosts delve in on Belguendouz’s season with FC Sparte of the Première Ligue de Futsal du Quebec and the Canadian national team in futsal and AS Blainville of the Première Ligue de Soccer du Quebec in soccer. They also talk about the future of Canadian futsal, the likes of playing in the 2018 Canadian Championship in soccer and his former team, FC Montreal, of which he used to be the captain.

    In the show’s second segment, Tristan and Alexander reflect on the trade that saw Laurent Ciman leave the Impact for Major League Soccer’s expansion franchise, Los Angeles FC. They also talk about who should the Impact bring up for the 2018 season and who should replace Patrice Bernier as the next captain.

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  • PBHT120: The Dubois Edition (ft. Claudia Dubois)

    • Graphic Madelaine Gendreau

    On this week’s Pressbox Hat Trick podcast, Ireland Compton, Tristan D’Amours and Dustin Kagan Fleming sit down with Concordia Stingers women’s hockey forward Claudia Dubois! They discuss the state of the Stingers with the first half of the season in the books, her experience with Team Canada in the summer and confirm a theory about the Carabins’ advantage when they play at Université de Montréal.

    On the StingerLand segment, Dustin gives his mid-season roundup of the Stingers men’s hockey team and to wrap up the show, Tristan talks to Alexander Perez about the recent coaching developments at the Montreal Impact and what to look for this winter.

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  • PBHT119: The Many Topics Edition (ft. Jonah Keri)

    • Graphic Madelaine Gendreau

    It says many topics but they mainly spoke about the future. This week on the Pressbox Hat Trick podcast, Tristan D’Amours, Alexander Perez, Harrison-Milo Rahajason and Ireland Compton talk about all things new journalism. Why so? Because this week we’re airing the audio Ireland got from her one-on-one interview with journalist Jonah Keri!

    The four rehash what was said in the interview as well as in his talk hosted by Concordia University last Thursday. They also chime in on Twitter’s big 280-character move. We know, they’re the last ones ever to talk about it, we’ll just give them their 15 minutes of fame.

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