Sports and Politics Have Been and Will Continue to Be Intertwined
People always want to see things through a political lens. If there’s even a hint of public interest, someone will find a way to link it to a larger theme. This applies to both entertainment and show business. Ever since we started paying attention to prominent figures, they have used their influence to shed light onto issues that they feel need attention.
Jersey Henry and Sam Brodrique Will Look to Impress CFL Scouts for Next Year’s Draft
The Concordia Stingers football program will have two players representing them at this weekend’s annual East/West Bowl in Ottawa.
Offensive Lineman Maurice Simba and Defensive Lineman Michael Sanelli Will Both Be Headed to the Canadian Football League
Maurice Simba and Michael Sanelli have been selected 29th and 39th respectively in the 2019 Canadian Football League entry draft last Thursday.
Ryan Vandervlis and Jeffrey De Wit Among Nine Recruits From the Western Provinces and Quebec
With a class of graduating players including their top line centre Hugo Roy, as well as their captain Philippe Hudon, the Stingers are in need of some strong rookies to fill several holes in their lineup.
Weeks After the School Dropped Its Team Name, McGill Student Athletes Tell Their Stories
For three years, Tomas Jirousek has been a part of the McGill men’s rowing roster. But outside his rowing family, he says he’s struggled to feel like he belongs at McGill because of a controversial name the university has used for decades: Redmen.
One Year After Heartbreaking Defeat, Montreal Club Beats Ontario Rivals to Head to Final
On April 22, 2018, Sporting Montreal Futsal Club was beaten 6-1 by Ontario’s Idolo Futsal Club in the final of the Canadian Championship. The devastating loss and the sight of team captain Mohamed Farsi in tears are two nightmares that have stuck with the club ever since.
Good News for Concordia and Rugby in Quebec
They’ve been building towards this.
Hudon Joins Affiliate of the Montreal Canadiens
After a career year and the end of his time in U Sports hockey, Philippe Hudon is getting a shot at the American Hockey League.
Why Does Canadian Talent Always End Up Down South?
After a remarkable year of Canadian basketball, there’s no doubt that Canadian talent is more present than ever.
The Centre’s Immediate Impact on Stingers Hockey Earned Him an AHL Contract
It may have only been one season, but it was one to remember. The Concordia Stingers’ top line centre is moving on after a dominant rookie season. Hugo Roy recently signed a three year contract with the Milwaukee Admirals, the American Hockey League affiliate of the NHL’s Nashville Predators.