The Concordia Stingers women's hockey team were one of the most dominant teams in U Sports this season, spending 14 straight weeks as the top-ranked team in the country. Despite this, they were denied a chance at a national championship after losing in a 3-game series to the UDEM Carabins. Here is every game recap... Continue Reading →
I sit across from McNulty for a game while we talk. There are about six games going on at once, with a couple of people watching some of the more interesting matches. Some are regulars, others are brand new to the club or are just sitting down for the love of the game. A player... Continue Reading →
What’s that famous saying? “You miss 100 per cent of the shots you don’t take. – Wayne Gretzky” – Michael Scott Despite the obvious cliché, the best way to win hockey games is to get pucks on net. The Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team is currently the top-ranked team in U Sports, and one of... Continue Reading →
The Stingers football team’s season came to a close on Nov. 2 after a 40-8 RSEQ semi-finals loss to the Laval Rouge et Or. It was a roller-coaster season for the team, who finished their regular season with a record of 2-6, but managed to squeeze into the playoffs. The team saw career-years from players... Continue Reading →
Ah, mascots, the unspoken heroes of sporting events. Nothing completes a sporting event quite like a giant anamorphic monstrosity making their way up the nosebleeds while beating a drum. It’s dangerous work! One wrong step and you can go flailing down the stairs, or you can catch the ire of coaches and players. Let us never... Continue Reading →
With just two games remaining in their regular season, and at risk of missing the playoffs for the second straight season, the Stingers need to bring some much-needed intensity, solid individual play, and good play-calling against the Sherbrooke Vert et Or and McGill to do so. Read more here
It’s been one year since Canada legalized cannabis nationwide in a landmark decision. So why is cannabis still banned for U Sports athletes in-season?
“We just want to get better each game and build off of [the games],” explained Philion. “The last two games [against Laval and Montreal] we didn’t play well, so we’re looking to bounce back and we’ve focused a lot on teaching technique.” For Henry and Brodrique, the goal for the rest of the season is... Continue Reading →