Monthly Archives: November 2014

Marlies drop seven in a row

By Avry Lewis-McDougall 7 is usually a magical number. For the Toronto Marlies, 7 represents the current amount of games in a row that they have lost. This past weekend the Marlies dropped another game and once again the offense […]

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What’s up with the Marlies?

By Avry Lewis-McDougall Yo Avry, how are the Marlies looking so far this year? Do you really want to know? Of course! You’re 100 percent positive in that answer? Yes dang it! Alright, right now they sit in last place […]

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6 more icons into the Hall

By Avry Lewis-McDougall This past Sunday and Monday saw the Hockey Hall of Fame Induction weekend continue with first hockey’s icons strap on the skates one more time in the legends’ Showcase game at the Air Canada Centre in a […]

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Avry’s Sports Show: Interview with Chris Pronger at the Hockey Hall of Fame

By Avry Lewis-McDougall Here’s my interview with former NHL defenceman Chris Pronger at the Hockey Hall of Fame Inductions from this past Monday night.

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Rings for the legends

Over 35 combined NHL seasons, over 3000 NHL points between them and countless Stanley Cups and awards. This year’s Hockey Hall of Fame Class is possibly one of the best of all time. The 2014 class sees Mike Modano, Rob […]

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The legend of JT

By Avry Lewis-McDougall His professional box career started when George H.W. Bush was still the US President, the Sega Genesis was one of the most popular video game consoles and Cheers was still on the air on NBC. The team […]

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Avry’s Sports Show: Ads on NHL jerseys are coming!

By Avry Lewis-McDougall Get ready for a LA Kings jersey with a giant ad for Taco Del Mar or McDonalds on it!

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Avry’s Sports Show: Mercy rule madness

By Avry Lewis-McDougall Take your kids out of a football league if they have an incredibly stupid mercy rule. Please.

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Marlies look to turn things around vs Americans

By Avry Lewis-McDougall Same teams, same building, but going in the opposite direction. The Toronto Marlies currently sit in last in the Northern Divison with a record of 3-4-0 and in league stats things have not been going of the […]

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Japan wins in both Edmonton and Vancouver

By Avry Lewis-McDougall With the Women’s World Cup less than a year away last week the Canadian national team welcomed an Asian powerhouse team in the form of Japan for friendlies in Edmonton and Vancouver. In both friendlies Japan defeated […]

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