Canada Soccer Head Coach Hints Bernier to Wear the Armband
Octavio Zambrano’s and team Canada’s Gold Cup quest has begun.
Fourth Year Defensive Lineman Signs and Moves To Offensive Line Role
After not hearing his named called out at the 2017 CFL draft, Sam Narkaj of the Concordia Stingers football team has signed a contract with the Toronto Argonauts this morning.
Concordia Adds QMJHL Talents to their Ranks
The Concordia Stingers added their first two recruits of the summer, bringing forwards Alexis Pépin and Massimo Carozza into their ranks. The news came via the Stingers Twitter account this afternoon.
Third Year Forward Becomes Successor to Olivier Hinse
The Concordia Stingers men’s hockey team announced that Philippe Hudon was named captain for the 2017-18 Ontario University Athletics season on Thursday.
Former Sherbrooke Vert et Or Player Joins Concordia Staff for 2017 Season
Concordia Stingers women’s soccer head coach Jorge Sanchez and newly-hired assistant coach Andréanne Gagné have been thinking about collaborating for a little while now.
Montrealer hoping to make an impact on reigning Clarkson Cup championship roster
It is a homecoming of sorts for Kayla Tutino.
Fans and Players Honour Bob White
Many youths and community members came out to join the festivities at the Montreal Classic Hoops Tournament last weekend.
New Impact Affiliate Faces Rival Toronto, USL President Comments on FC Montreal, Canadian League
The Montreal Impact and Toronto FC were part of a rivalry in the United Soccer League for two years in the form of their second teams: FC Montreal and Toronto FC II. Late last year the Impact announced that it would dissolve the FC Montreal and instead affiliate itself with the Ottawa Fury.
Former Boston University Terrier to join former teammates Poulin and Lefort in Montreal
Montreal acquired forward Kayla Tutino from the Boston Blades on Tuesday. The acquisition of the Montreal native ties a bow around the team’s trade last September of defenceman Nachi Fujimoto to the Blades; Montreal made the deal at the time for “future considerations.”
Montreal is a sporty city. With three professional teams, and varsity teams from four universities, the island has lots of places to play sports.