Concordia Score Four Goals In Second Period To Come Out With 4-2 Win
Marc-Andre Element’s squad welcomed the Under-20 Danish junior team at Ed Meagher arena on Saturday afternoon for an exhibition game in preparation for the World Junior Hockey Championship. However, the greetings were kept short as the Stingers defeated the Danes 4-2.
Championship Contention and Costs Reasons For Move To Atlantic University Sport
After having a consultant review all of their sports programs, Bishop’s University took the decision to move their Gaiters football team from the Réseau du Sport Étudiant du Québec to the Atlantic University Sport on Thursday.
Calgary And Montreal Split Historic Weekend Series
Scoring her 300th career point at the Bell Centre would have been special for Canadiennes forward Caroline Ouellette. She grew up idolizing the Montreal Canadiens and dreamed of one day playing a professional hockey game on that ice. However, hitting her milestone on a rink named for her in the borough where she grew up wasn’t bad either.
Close To 6,000 Fans In Attendance At Les Canadiennes Game Bodes Well For CWHL’s Future
When Canadian Women’s Hockey League commissioner Brenda Andress first held talks with Montreal Canadiens President Geoff Molson about holding a regular season league game at the Bell Centre, she could not possibly have envisioned such a successful and well-attended event.
Les Canadiennes Play First Game at Bell Centre in Clarkson Cup Rematch With Calgary Inferno
Playing in front of 5,938 cheering spectators did little to faze Les Canadiennes. The team battled hard to defeat the reigning league champion Calgary Inferno 1-0 Saturday afternoon at the Bell Centre.
Fury Becomes Montreal Impact’s USL Affiliate, Will Send Younger Players
It was a chilly Friday morning at Centre Nutrilait—the Montreal Impact’s training ground—but in a warm conference room, club president Joey Saputo announced the death of FC Montreal at the Impact’s 2016 post-mortem.
Special Olympics Athlete Reminisces on Career Ahead of International Competition
Skating gracefully on the thick frozen surface, he proceeds to perform his routine—executing meticulous yet delicate maneuvers.
Leads Ontario University Athletics in Goalscoring
The first time Stingers men’s hockey forward Anthony De Luca skated was when he was two years old. It was during a snowstorm, and he didn’t even have a proper rink to skate on.
Concordia Beat UQAM Citadins 72-65 In Back And Forth Affair
Concordia succeeded in keeping their heads above an even record when they visited UQAM on Friday night. Despite holding early leads as large as 12 points, the Citadins gave the Stingers all they could handle right down to the last minute.
Trio Headed to International University Sports Federation Winter Games Training Camp
Kazakhstan is not often at the top of one’s “Countries to Visit” list, especially during the frigid winter months.