Goalie Coach Michael Lawrence Proud of Hometown Hockey Camp
After their first foray into Montreal, PRO Goaltending brought their elite camp back to the city for its second annual installment in early July. With two strong hockey minds at the head, the goalie training program has seen strong growth over the last year.
Coaches Expect the Yellowknife Native to Provide Strong Physicality to the Team
The Stingers have brought in their first Western rookie of the offseason in forward Zachary Zorn. The Yellowknife native is a product of the British Columbia Hockey League and has already made his way east in preparation of playing with his new team.
A Victory Over The US Virgin Islands Cements Their First Place Finish in Group D
Canada has qualified for the second round during the Americas World Cup qualifiers after a 99-69 win over the US Virgin Islands on Sunday at TD Place in Ottawa.
Canada Emerges With a Win Over Dominican Republic in World Cup Americas Qualifier
Canada’s National Basketball team showed their true worth pulling off a 97-61 win over the Dominican Republic on Friday night.
PLSQ Champions “Paved the Way” for Amateur Teams, Says Macagno
After becoming the first semi-professional team—along with the Oakville Blue Devils—to play in the Canadian Championship, Association de Soccer de Blainville’s journey came to a close.
How The Small Team Has Connected Through “The Chase to Always Become Better”
On May 25, Stingers golf players Ryan Mitchell and Kevin Carter participated in the Beaconsfield Golf Club’s Spring Open. The members of the men’s golf team were on their home course in Pointe-Claire. Sitting in the dining room of the clubhouse along with coach Rodney Morgan, they shared their hopes for the upcoming season.
Fenelon Redeems Himself With Decisive Penalty Save
It was a tough battle for Luc Brutus and the Club de soccer Mont Royal Griffons, but an early first half goal and penalty save by Gabard Fenelon helped them leave with all three points on Saturday night against FC Gatineau.
Early Goal Enough For Ottawa to Seal First Leg Victory
An early goal and heroics from goalkeeper Max Crépeau were enough for the Ottawa Fury to take the first of two legs in round two of the 2018 Canadian Championships on Wednesday night.
Fury Head Coach Wary of Blainville Threat
After beating League1 Ontario’s Oakville Blue Devils, Association de Soccer de Blainville will now turn their attention to a new challenge, as they prepare to face the Ottawa Fury in the second round of the Canadian Championships.
California Prep School Lineman to Return to Hometown of Montreal
The Concordia Stingers football program announced Tuesday that Isiah Slater would be joining the team ahead of the 2018-2019 season.