Sports

  • National Women’s Hockey League Explores Canada for Talent

    League Begins Four Stop Training Camp Tour in Montreal

    Women’s hockey has added another chapter to its history, and it will benefit university female hockey players who wish to continue their careers after they graduate.

  • Last Minute Goal Keeps FC Montreal At Rock Bottom

    Wilmington’s Stoppage Time Goal Hands FC Montreal Another Loss; Remains At Bottom of USL Standings

    FC Montreal remain at the bottom of the United Soccer League Standings following a 2-1 loss at Stade Saputo to the Wilmington Hammerheads this past Thursday. A goal in stoppage time by Wilmington forward Will Heaney slashed Montreal’s hopes of obtaining their second win of the season.

  • The Line Has Been Drawn

    FC Montreal Manager Philippe Eullaffroy Shows His Frustration Following 2-0 Loss to Louisville

    FC Montreal couldn’t avoid the rain and gloom that fell on Stade Saputo as the bleu-blanc-noir lost 2-0 to Louisville City SC this past Wednesday night. It’s the team’s eighth loss in ten games.

  • FC Montreal Bounce Back

    Victor N’Diaye Secures Last-Minute 2-2 Draw Versus New York

    FC Montreal robbed New York Red Bulls II of a win with a late goal by forward Victor N’Diaye at Saputo Stadium on Saturday night, securing a 2-2 draw and shattering the hopes of the visiting New York fans who crossed the border to see their team play.

  • FC Montreal Clinches First Win With Shutout

    Louis Béland-Goyette Scores to Give FC Montreal First Win in League History

    FC Montreal grabbed their first three points of the season by beating the Charleston Battery 1-0 on Thursday at Saputo Stadium’s turf field. A goal by midfielder Louis Béland-Goyette in the first half gave Montreal their first win and first shutout in the team’s short United Soccer League history.

  • East Is Beast at CIS East-West Bowl

    Team East Wins 13th Annual CIS Prospects Football Game 29-21

    Led by Queen’s Golden Gaels receiver Doug Corby, Team East defeated Team West 29-21 at the 2015 Canadian Interuniversity East-West Bowl, a showcase for the best university football players across Canada, at Percival Molson Stadium on Saturday.

  • The Show Goes On

    Battlewar 26 Plays On Despite Wrestler Tankman Chaz Collapsing On Stage

    It is a phrase that is used often, especially in professional wrestling; the show must go on. Wrestling fans can recall seeing professional wrestlers tearing muscles, dislocating joints and breaking necks during matches, but still they entertain, enduring the pain.

  • Running Between The Lines

    Former Montreal Alouette Etienne Boulay Talks Overcoming Depression

    Concussions don’t go away, and overcoming one both mentally and physically is a taxing process. With information about the effects of concussions being openly discussed, more and more players are sharing their stories, and the multiple issues they face.

  • FC Montreal Loses 1-0 To Rochester Rhinos

    Riggi Scores But Montreal Drops Derby Match, Still Winless

    FC Montreal winger Alessandro Riggi scored the long-awaited first home goal in team history but it wasn’t enough as Christian Volesky’s two goals secured another Rochester Rhinos victory at Saputo Stadium’s turf field this past Saturday afternoon.

  • Smashmouth Victory

    Casse-Gueules Win Beasts Of The East Roller Derby Tournament, Filles Du Roi Finish Third

    The Casse-Gueules defeated the Rouge & Gore 161-142 in an all-Roller Derby Quebec final at the 2015 Beast of the East roller derby tournament on Sunday at Arena St-Louis. Montreal Roller Derby League’s Filles du Roi came in third place.