Dear Shannon Ferguson – Cornwall Nationals Marketing Fail & You’re a Big Part of Why. By Jamie Gilcig 121717

Dear Shannon Ferguson – Cornwall Nationals Marketing Fail & You’re a Big Part of Why. By Jamie Gilcig 121717

Cornwall Ontario –  There is stupid, and then frankly there is the sad  epic that is the Cornwall Nationals. Rodney Rivette has shimmied and shymied with smoke, mirrors, and some hinky background dramz.   Did Mitch Gagne get stiffed for $20K?   We know that Mr. Rivette stiffed this newspaper last season, which led to us not […]

What’s Wrong with the Ottawa Senators & Why They’ll Trade Erik Karlsson by Jamie Gilcig 121417

What’s Wrong with the Ottawa Senators & Why They’ll Trade Erik Karlsson by Jamie Gilcig 121417

Cornwall Ontario – I love Erik Karlsson.   He’s been a strong leader for the Ottawa Sens who helped lead them right up to the gate of a Stanley Cup championship last season before undergoing major ankle surgery. Karlsson is always a Norris trophy threat and All World player.  He’s taken critics to heart and developed […]

Which Canadian NHL Team Will Have the Most Wins in 2017/18 by Jamie Gilcig 100417

Which Canadian NHL Team Will Have the Most Wins in 2017/18 by Jamie Gilcig 100417

Cornwall Ontario – First day of the NHL season and hope is eternal for all 31 clubs. Capwise here are how the teams rank from top to bottom: Toronto Vancouver Calgary Ottawa Winnipeg Montreal Edmonton Which just goes to show you that cash doesn’t fix all ills in the cap age. And here are my […]

Canuck Ben Hutton Helps Raise Cash for Alzheimer’s in Cornwall at Riverside Chrysler

Canuck Ben Hutton Helps Raise Cash for Alzheimer’s in Cornwall at Riverside Chrysler

Cornwall Ontario – NHL’er Ben Hutton gave some love back and helped raise over $600 in cash for the Alzheimer Society at Riverside Chrysler on Vincent Massey Drive. The Vancouver Canuck has a personal connection as the horrible disease affects his family. Hi signed autographs and even did a few shoot out drills for the […]

Up and Coming Trends in Canadian Culture 081717

Up and Coming Trends in Canadian Culture 081717

Canada is famous for hockey but soccer has grown in popularity since Canada hosted the 2007 FIFA Under-20s World Cup. It’s one of the few non-native sports that has gained enough popularity to rival native ones. Soccer is the most played sport across all demographics in Canada and, not only are there many professional teams in […]