Maberry’s Return to Ottawa Was Significant for Many Reasons

As David Maberry walked into the very wet Ottawa Stadium on Tuesday afternoon, he couldn't help but think back on his short stay with the Ottawa Titans. Maberry's start in Ottawa, and the Frontier League, came in February when he was signed after being acquired from the Ogden Raptors of the Pioneer League. At the… Continue reading Maberry’s Return to Ottawa Was Significant for Many Reasons

Acklin Hopeful Bye Week Bonding Can Spark Redblacks’ Offence

The Canadian Football League season is only in its fourth week, and already, the Ottawa Redblacks have tied a franchise record for their worst start with their 0-2 record. It comes on the back of an offseason that inspired hope and confidence among Redblacks fans, and for many, the start has been a disappointment, but… Continue reading Acklin Hopeful Bye Week Bonding Can Spark Redblacks’ Offence

CFL Power Rankings – Week 3 2022

Yet another week early in the Canadian Football League season has come and gone, and it has complicated the power rankings, once again. It's still early, so we don't exactly know who the top teams are entirely, but we are starting to see who they might be. What was thought last week has changed in… Continue reading CFL Power Rankings – Week 3 2022

No, the Memorial Cup Formant Doesn’t Need to Be Changed

If the COVID-19 pandemic offered junior hockey fans anything, it was a brief two-year reprieve from the constant chatter of changing the format of the Memorial Cup, where fans search for ways to remove the host team from the competition after every win. Since 1983, the Memorial Cup tournament has been comprised of the winners… Continue reading No, the Memorial Cup Formant Doesn’t Need to Be Changed

Titans Win Slugfest Against Boulders, Snap Losing Skid

The Ottawa Titans' long streak of winning baseball was ended with three consecutive losses at the hands of the Sussex County Miners between Tuesday and Thursday, but with the New York Boulders in town on Friday night, the Titans got back on track, winning 8-4. The long ball was the theme of the night, with… Continue reading Titans Win Slugfest Against Boulders, Snap Losing Skid

Andrew Martinez Retires After 7 Games With Titans

Just over a week ago, the Ottawa Titans made a trade with the Winnipeg Goldeyes of the American Association, acquiring then 24-year-old infielder, Andrew Martinez. Martinez started off his time with the Titans successful, batting .292 with one home run and four RBIs, but just days after his 25th birthday, he decided to call it… Continue reading Andrew Martinez Retires After 7 Games With Titans

CFL Team of the Week – Week 2

Week two in the Canadian Football League was possibly one of the most exciting weeks of regular-season action that we have seen in a very long time, with the combined margin of victory across all four games being just 21 points, with the biggest margin being 10 points in any game. It left us with… Continue reading CFL Team of the Week – Week 2

CFL Power Rankings – Week 2 2022

It was yet another crazy week in the Canadian Football League. All four of the weeks games had great finishes, whether it was the Montreal Alouettes missing a last-second chip shot field goal to lose in Toronto, the Ottawa Redblacks and Winnipeg Blue Bombers playing another really close game, the Stampeders' massive comeback in Hamilton,… Continue reading CFL Power Rankings – Week 2 2022

Ottawa Titans Release Luke Navigato

The Ottawa Titans' roster continues to evolve and change over the course of the season, much like every other independent league baseball team in the world. Just two weeks after the Titans shipped David Maberry to the Sussex County Miners, they have released fellow designated hitter Luke Navigato. Navigato's presence made the Maberry trade far… Continue reading Ottawa Titans Release Luke Navigato

Redblacks Trade Touchdowns for Field Goals, Fall to Bombers

For the second time in as many weeks, the Ottawa Redblacks went toe-to-toe with the two-time defending Grey Cup champions, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. The script was much the same in both games, however, with both defences playing well, Ottawa's offence being unable to punch their long drives into the endzone for touchdowns, and the… Continue reading Redblacks Trade Touchdowns for Field Goals, Fall to Bombers