67’s Capture Another Point Against Red-Hot Bulldogs

The Ottawa 67's continued their road trip in Hamilton on Friday night, but this contest offered a bit of a different flair than there has been in previous matchups. This time, they played in front of a national audience with TSN broadcasting the game, and with the Bulldogs sitting atop of the Ontario Hockey League's… Continue reading 67’s Capture Another Point Against Red-Hot Bulldogs

OHL’s Eastern Conference Getting More Competitive

Typically after the Trade Deadline, the Eastern Conference separates into a few different categories. You have the teams who are completely untouchable and you know will be playing in the third round at the very least. Then you have the teams who could get hot and go on a run, and then you have the… Continue reading OHL’s Eastern Conference Getting More Competitive

Growlers Get Big Piece With Junior Cadougan

For the first time since becoming a new member of the Canadian Elite Basketball League, the Newfoundland Growlers have dipped their toes into the Free Agency waters, signing veteran guard, Junior Cadougan. Cadougan is a name that fans of the CEBL should be familiar with by now. He spent the shortened 2020 season that was… Continue reading Growlers Get Big Piece With Junior Cadougan

Ranking the 2022 Formula 1 Liveries

We're back again for the second year to rank all of the Formula 1 liveries, this time for the upcoming 2022 season. There have been plenty of changes this year, both forseen and unforeseen, and there is one team who has been encircled in the winds of controversy recently, but we are close to the… Continue reading Ranking the 2022 Formula 1 Liveries

67’s Stun Frontenacs To Steal Convincing Victory

After losing twice to the Kingston Frontenacs by a combined score of 14-3, you would be forgiven to think the Ottawa 67's didn't stand a chance when they met again on Wednesday night. In a shocking turn of events, the 67's turned things around and controlled the game, and finally, they were able to get… Continue reading 67’s Stun Frontenacs To Steal Convincing Victory

Should the Blue Jays Pursue Freddie Freeman?

Major League Baseball may still be in the midst of a lockout, but behind the scenes, drama has continued to brew. On Thursday, ESPN's Buster Olney reported that "there is a growing belief that Freddie Freeman will land somewhere outside of Atlanta," meaning that the veteran first baseman could still be an option for the… Continue reading Should the Blue Jays Pursue Freddie Freeman?

First Taste of F1 Cars On Track Means Hope For 2022

Although Formula 1 boasts one of the shorter offseasons in sports, it has felt like forever since they were last on track. There has been no shortage of drama since Max Verstappen claimed the driver's championship in a whirlwind of controversy that to this day has split the motorsport side into two radical sides, but… Continue reading First Taste of F1 Cars On Track Means Hope For 2022

BlackJacks Sign Non-American Import, Deng Adel

The Ottawa BlackJacks have made quick use of the Canadian Elite Basketball League's new non-American import rule, signing six-foot-seven forward, Deng Adel. Adel was born in Khartoum, South Sudan before moving to Australia to escape civil war in 2004. He has plenty of previous experience in the professional basketball landscape, including 19 games with the… Continue reading BlackJacks Sign Non-American Import, Deng Adel

NBLC Returns to Action With Pair of Family Day Games

It's been a long time since the National Basketball League of Canada saw the court, but finally, after 712 long days, the league returned to play with a pair of games on Family Day Monday. Their 10th season has tipped off, and while they may be a couple of teams lighter than they were before… Continue reading NBLC Returns to Action With Pair of Family Day Games

Frontenacs Trounce 67’s For Second Time In 4 Days

The Kingston Frontenacs continued to treat the Ottawa 67's like their own personal punching bag on Monday afternoon, much like the 67's did to them for two seasons before the pandemic. To the tune of a 7-1 loss, the 67's were crushed and had one of their less inspiring performances since coming back from the… Continue reading Frontenacs Trounce 67’s For Second Time In 4 Days