CPL Quarter-Season Power Rankings

With week seven of the 2022 CPL season in the history books, we have now officially reached the quarter season mark in the season. Jostling for position ahead of the next seven games and beyond are the eight teams below, and before we go into week eight, here is where I think they stand in… Continue reading CPL Quarter-Season Power Rankings

3 Winners and 3 Losers Six Weeks Into the CPL Season

The CPL season is nearly a quarter of the way through and as talked about last week, trends and patterns are starting to emerge and take shape throughout the league. Now it's time for a closer look at the six players/teams that have stood out so far, three for the right reasons (winners), and three… Continue reading 3 Winners and 3 Losers Six Weeks Into the CPL Season

Five Takeaways Five Weeks Into the CPL Season

The Canadian Premier League is now over a month into the season, and so far, it's been great to have Canada’s domestic soccer league back. While there’s undoubtedly a lot of soccer still to be played between now and the playoffs beginning, there have been some clear trends being moulded this season, and it will… Continue reading Five Takeaways Five Weeks Into the CPL Season

CPL Round-Up – Week 5 

It was a very entertaining and important week in the CPL, going into week five. After a COVID-19 postponement last week, Valour finally played a game at IG Field, and Atlético Ottawa hosted Pacific, knowing a win would see them join the current champions at the top of the CPL table. But to kick off… Continue reading CPL Round-Up – Week 5 

CPL Round-Up – Week 4

It was yet again another entertaining weekend in the CPL. Despite Valour against Forge being postponed due to COVID protocol, the week saw multiple teams play their first game at home, goals at the very start, and very end of games, yet another sending-off, and a shakeup to the standings when it was all said… Continue reading CPL Round-Up – Week 4

CPL Round-Up – Week 3 

It was a week of firsts for many teams in the CPL. Three teams recorded their first wins this season, and two teams succumbed to their first defeat in the same week. On top of that, it was very entertaining and goal filled, with the four games combining for fifteen goals, with one team, in… Continue reading CPL Round-Up – Week 3 

What Made the Baltimore Stallions So Successful?

On March 29th, the CFL announced the return of Touchdown Atlantic this season in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, marking the first time a regular-season CFL game will be played in the province. The league will be hoping this will bring the potential Atlantic Schooners expansion team one step closer to playing a down and expanding the… Continue reading What Made the Baltimore Stallions So Successful?

Sarnia Imperials – The Last Amateur Grey Cup Champions

Although the Canadian Football League as we know it today was only formed in 1958, the history of competing for Canadian Football's biggest prize stretches as far back as 1909. For well over a hundred years, Canada’s biggest teams have competed for the sport's biggest prize, but that doesn’t mean that the underdogs haven’t had… Continue reading Sarnia Imperials – The Last Amateur Grey Cup Champions

CPL Round-Up – Week 2 

After a relatively low-scoring first week, the second week in the Canadian Premier League was filled with plenty of goals, and great goals as well, to add. This week would see the action begin at a snowy Clarke Stadium, as Edmonton took on York United. Edmonton 1 - York United 1 A frantic finish in… Continue reading CPL Round-Up – Week 2 

A Further Look Back at Former CFL Stadiums

Back in February, we looked back at how the CFL stadium landscape has changed in the last decade. Now it's time to go even further back in time and look back at the old Stadiums that teams have called home in the CFL era. Clarke Stadium - Edmonton Elks (1948-1979) Clarke Stadium - Edmonton Elks… Continue reading A Further Look Back at Former CFL Stadiums