Canadian Sports Rivalries – Vancouver Vs Cascadia

December 27, Rogers Arena, Vancouver British Columbia. Back in October, the Seattle Kraken opened their new stadium and played their first-ever game at home to the Vancouver Canucks. The Canucks won the game 4-2 and now are looking forward to hosting the first major league hockey match between Vancouver and Seattle in Vancouver in nearly… Read More Canadian Sports Rivalries – Vancouver Vs Cascadia

Mike Morreale, CEBL Interested In Bringing Women’s Basketball League to Canada

When it comes to professional basketball for Women, there is really only one good option, the National Women’s Basketball Association. As Canadian celebrities including Drake pine for a WNBA team to play out of Toronto, little has been suggested about a Canadian League rather than just one Canadian team. The Canadian Elite Basketball League is… Read More Mike Morreale, CEBL Interested In Bringing Women’s Basketball League to Canada

CEBL Announces Its Ninth Franchise, the Montreal Alliance

Basketball is coming to Quebec. The Canadian Elite Basketball League has announced its ninth franchise, the Montreal Alliance. The team is slated to begin play in the 2022 season and will play at Verdun Auditorium, which has seen basketball once before, in 1993 with the short-lived Montreal Dragons. The franchise was initially announced in February… Read More CEBL Announces Its Ninth Franchise, the Montreal Alliance

Why The NBA Should Consider Using the Elam Ending

The NBA is one of the most popular sports leagues in North American and possibly the world. The league hauled in $8.3 billion, although that was down 10% from their previous season. The reason for that loss was of course the pandemic, and while businesses closed and people’s lives changed forever, the NBA only managed… Read More Why The NBA Should Consider Using the Elam Ending