No Reason To Panic For Canadian Men’s National Team

Although 13th-ranked Uruguay is sandwiched between Mexico and the United States in the world rankings, there was a different feel about Canada's latest World Cup tune-up game. The result, a 2-0 loss for the Canadians, was not what people were hoping for. Upsetting Uruguay would have been something special, but it serves as a reminder… Continue reading No Reason To Panic For Canadian Men’s National Team

Titans Suffer Big Blow With Taylor Lewan Injury

The NFL is unforgiving when it comes to injuries, and the Tennessee Titans are experiencing that firsthand right now, with the loss of Taylor Lewan for the remainder of the season. Lewan suffered a knee injury on the Titans' opening drive against the Buffalo Bills in week two, an injury that is going to end… Continue reading Titans Suffer Big Blow With Taylor Lewan Injury

Bills Can Survive Hyde’s Season-Ending Injury

It's not good news for the Buffalo Bills on the injury front. After a clash against the Tennessee Titans in week two, the Bills will be without both Dane Jackson, who was injured in a brutal collision with Tremaine Edmunds, and Micah Hyde, who will reportedly miss the remainder of the 2022 season with a… Continue reading Bills Can Survive Hyde’s Season-Ending Injury

Canada Defends Well In 2-0 Victory Over Qatar

It certainly wasn't the biggest game of the international window for the Canadian Men's National Team, that comes on Tuesday afternoon when they take on Uruguay, but a 2-0 win over World Cup host Qatar allowed Les Rouges to start things with a bang. Coming into the contest, Canada was ranked 43rd in the FIFA… Continue reading Canada Defends Well In 2-0 Victory Over Qatar

CHL Game of the Week Preview – Shawinigan Cataractes Vs. Gatineau Olympiques

Fans of the Canadian Hockey League won't have to wait long for their first explosive matchup of the season. The very first game of the season in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League is a big one, with the defending champion Shawinigan Cataractes, taking on the up-and-coming Gatineau Olympiques, who figure to have a great… Continue reading CHL Game of the Week Preview – Shawinigan Cataractes Vs. Gatineau Olympiques

Jandron Throws “Greatest Game” Bobby Brown Has Ever Seen In Titans’ Win Over Capitales

The Ottawa Titans got their dream start to the Frontier League Division Series against the Quebec Capitales on Friday night, taking the first game of the best-of-three series by a score of 3-0. The catalyst for the win was a dominant performance on the mound from lefty Tyler Jandron, with a complete game shutout, striking… Continue reading Jandron Throws “Greatest Game” Bobby Brown Has Ever Seen In Titans’ Win Over Capitales

Mark Noonan “Believes In Edmonton”

On Thursday afternoon, the Canadian Premier League announced the appointment of their second-ever commissioner, Mark Noonan. Noonan, who is also slated to become the CEO of Canada Soccer Business, ends the league's months-long international search for a new commissioner, and as such, will inherit some of the CPL's biggest problems. Perhaps the most pertinent of… Continue reading Mark Noonan “Believes In Edmonton”

Titans Take Down ValleyCats as Rivalry Boils

It's clear that after a split in a four-game series, the Ottawa Titans and the Tri-City ValleyCats are not big fans of one another. On Thursday night, the benches cleared for the second time in as many nights, after Evan Grills plunked Carson McCusker, likely in response to McCusker's bat flip after a home run… Continue reading Titans Take Down ValleyCats as Rivalry Boils

Terry Williams “Happy” Despite Potentially Reduced Role

The Nation's capital has been foaming at the mouth to see 2021's Most Outstanding Special Teams Player of the Year award winner, DeVonte Dedmon back on the field after he was released by the Miami Dolphins, but lost in the excitement has been what it means for Terry Williams, who has been handling the Redblacks'… Continue reading Terry Williams “Happy” Despite Potentially Reduced Role

Lorenzo Mauldin’s Humble Hunger Paying Off

With a 1-8 record for the 2022 season, there haven't been too many reasons to be hopeful for the Ottawa Redblacks. The bad news started early, and has been frequently, and with injuries to Kwaku Boateng in training camp and then Praise Martin-Oguike a couple of weeks later left people wondering how the Redblacks' pass… Continue reading Lorenzo Mauldin’s Humble Hunger Paying Off