• Young Stingers Women’s Hockey Squad Shows Inexperience in Playoff Collapse

    A Year of Learning Experiences Could Benefit Concordia Moving Forward

    The Stingers women’s hockey team was eliminated from the RSEQ playoffs following back-to-back losses against their crosstown rival, the McGill Martlets. After putting up a poor effort during game one, Concordia suffered a meltdown in the third period of game two, giving up a three goal lead.

  • Maurice Simba Caps Off Stingers Career With Pro Day Workout in Front of NFL Scouts

    Simba Follows in The Footsteps of Former RSEQ Offensive Lineman, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif

    Graduating Concordia Stingers offensive lineman Maurice Simba was held his pro day for NFL and CFL scouts at Lachine’s SoccerPlexe Catalogna on Tuesday—the first pro day ever hosted by Concordia for one of the university’s players.

  • Montreal 5, Thunder 0: Domination From Top to Bottom

    Les Canadiennes Earn Trip Back to Clarkson Cup Final

    “It’s huge. We knew we were capable of having a game like that […] it reiterated our confidence in our strengths,” said Canadiennes forward Jill Saulnier.

  • Thunder 4, Canadiennes 3: Fabs Can’t Complete The Sweep in Game Two

    Erika Howe Shuts Down Montreal in Do-or-Die Situation

    Montreal’s Les Canadiennes took on the Markham Thunder in game two of the CWHL playoffs on Saturday night a Brossard’s Bell Sports Complex. The Fabs were coming into this one up 1-0 in the series, following a dominant 3-0 win on Friday.

  • Stingers Men’s Basketball Among RSEQ’s Finest

    Concordia Well-decorated as Four Stingers Receive All-Star Votes.

    Winning their first provincial championship title since 2011-2012 and booking a trip to the U SPORTS nationals with a 73-69 victory over les Citadins de l’Université du Québec à Montréal in the finals, Concordia’s men’s basketball team capped off a successful season with four players notching all-star nominations.

  • Canadiennes 3, Thunder 0: Fabs Take Game One Behind Maschmeyer Shutout

    Odd Day for the Fabs Turned Into a Dream Scenario

    For the second year in a row, Montreal’s Les Canadiennes face the Markham Thunder in the first round of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League playoffs. The series kicked off on Place Bell’s community ice in Laval on Friday night.

  • Stingers Hockey Earns All-Star Nominations

    Men’s Hockey Players Represented on Three All-Star Teams

    The Concordia Stingers may not have had a deep playoff run or a trip to nationals like last year, but several players do have something to celebrate.

  • The Montreal Shamrocks Are Giving the City Gaelic Sports

    The Organization is Pushing for a Permanent Home in Montreal

    Quebec and Montreal have a rich Irish background, with Montreal’s Irish population making up about six per cent of the city’s total population. With such a high number of people with Irish heritage, the culture is definitely alive and well in Montreal.

  • Stingers Women’s Basketball Has Climbed Back to the Top

    After a Year At the Bottom of the Standings the Team Bounced Back Hard

    On Saturday Feb. 24, 2018, the Concordia Stingers women’s basketball team lost 62-61 to the Laval Rouge et Or. It was the end of their worst season in recent memory, winning just four games. It was also the first time they found themselves at the bottom of the RSEQ standings since the 2009-2010 season. Any team that comes off a 4-12 record is going to have to undertake a massive rebuild.

  • Simon Bourque Planning for Future After a Tough Year

    Former Habs Draft Choice Working Towards a Degree Away from Pro Hockey

    It was late in the second period of a clash between the Concordia Stingers and the Queen’s Golden Gaels when it happened. Queen’s, a top team in the Ontario University Athletics, found themselves up 2-1, but on the penalty kill thanks to a tripping call.