The Champions League is Back, But Not as You Know it

Lisbon’s Estádio da Luz will host the revamped Champion’s League final The phrase “the new normal” is being rolled out left, right and center these days. It covers the way we work, the way we live, and it also covers sports. As sporting events around the world start up again this summer, we will have […]

Will We Ever See an NFL Team North of the Border?

Will We Ever See an NFL Team North of the Border?

Canadians love football just as much as their neighbours south of the border, with the Canadian Football League hosting its nine-team league across the country. For a few years in the 1990s, the CFL even tried to expand into the United States, although this nearly ruined the league financially. So far, the NFL hasn’t managed […]

The Canadians who made it in the NFL

Despite our love for all things hockey, Canada and the CFL have produced some standout stars in the NFL. And while some fans south of the border may struggle to name the Canucks in their favorite team, we recognize and appreciate their talents. As NFL teams continue to look outside the US for the next […]

What’s Next for Cornwall Hockey Fans?

As all NHL fans will know by now, the league is in lockdown. In fact, sport across Ontario and Canada remain the same. Therefore, in unprecedented times, new measures have opened up to support players, staff, fans, and more alike. The past few weeks – and months – have been grueling for the league as […]

Top Trends in Canadian Sport for Youth

Hockey has been Canada’s most beloved sport for over a century. In U Sports, ice hockey is the major trend. However, due to the changing demographics of the country, we’re seeing a change in the sport trends among the country’s youth. The main national sport still holds its value. For better or for worse, ice […]

Hockey Crunch – Stick a Fork in the Habs for 2020 – Time to Trade Price & Others. By Jamie Gilcig JAN 28, 2020

Hockey Crunch – Stick a Fork in the Habs for 2020 – Time to Trade Price & Others.  By Jamie Gilcig JAN 28, 2020

Right now Hab fans have to be wondering about owner Geoff Molson? Either he’s calling the shots and Bergy is a puppet, or he’s simply letting a really really really bad GM ruin a legendary franchise. No playoffs and bad blood equal less cash. It makes no sense for this well heeled franchise to keep […]

HOCKEY CRUNCH Is Habs Rookie Goalie Cayden Primeau About to Become the New Jordan Binnington? 120319

HOCKEY CRUNCH Is Habs Rookie Goalie Cayden Primeau About to Become the New Jordan Binnington? 120319

Well it’s better than trading away a first round draft pick for some other team’s dogs breakfast. Montreal, in the middle of a massive free fall in the standings during it’s 8 game losing streak have called up hot rookie Cayden Primeau, a 7th round draft pick and son of former NHLer Keith Primeau. The […]

The current state of the NFL AFC divisions 112019

The current state of the NFL AFC divisions 112019

From basketball to soccer, professional sports always attract a huge number of fans. Football is followed by millions of fans and the 100th NFL season is now well underway, so it is interesting to look at how everything is shaping up. The AFC divisions are certainly worth a closer look as there are some great […]

Memorial Cup Fever: Remembering the Cornwall Royals’ historic 1981 championship

Memorial Cup Fever: Remembering the Cornwall Royals’ historic 1981 championship

Author: Ashley Munson Don’t look now, but Memorial Cup fever is spreading across Canada with Halifax, Nova Scotia serving as the host and epicenter of the junior hockey world. The host Halifax Mooseheads (Quebec Major Junior Hockey League), Guelph Storm (Ontario Hockey League), Rouyn-Noranda Huskies (QMJHL) and Prince Albert Raiders (WHL) have done battle for […]

Hockey Crunch – Fearless First Round NHL Play Off Predictions by Jamie Gilcig 040919

It’s that time again! First night of the race to Lord Stanley’s Cup. The lightweights have been separated by those that truly want to win and the hopefuls get to do their best against the real contenders. The old cliche about making the playoffs and anything happening really isn’t true. Either a team has true […]

Hockey Crunch by Jamie Gilcig Trade Deadline – Bergy & Habs #epicfail Dorion Winning – Toronto Stands Pat – Winnipeg Panics – Flames Choke – Canucks Confusion

Hockey Crunch by Jamie Gilcig Trade Deadline – Bergy & Habs #epicfail Dorion Winning – Toronto Stands Pat – Winnipeg Panics – Flames Choke – Canucks Confusion

It’s been a busy trade deadline in some ways. Ottawa was facing the biggest challenge. Out were Duchene, Stone, and Dzingel. Duchene was a disastrous mistake last year. Stone simply wasn’t going to resign with the Sens and Dzingel was a sell high situation. And the Sens needed to fill the cupboards and interesting enough […]

HOCKEY CRUNCH Best Result From this Season for Hab Long Term Health is to Trade Price & Weber by Jamie Gilcig 022019

HOCKEY CRUNCH Best Result From this Season for Hab Long Term Health is to Trade Price & Weber by Jamie Gilcig 022019

I know crazy. While there’s some play off fever going on in la belle province the best situation that’s evolved this season is the recovery of high priced Goalie Carey Price. The man has value even with his contract, heck if LV can give a 30+ goalie in Marc Andre Fleury $7M per for 3 […]

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