Monthly Archives: September 2015

Back at it and ready for Hamilton

By Avry Lewis-McDougall When you get your first win against a provincial rival for the first time since 2011 the mood is pretty upbeat going into the next week. When more and more key cogs make progress in terms of […]

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The rematch of Labour Day

By Avry Lewis-McDougall 12 games. That’s how many times in a row that the Calgary Stampeders have prevailed over the Edmonton Eskimos. Now the Green and Gold have another chance to break that streak and gain some ground in the […]

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Avry’s Sports Show: Jenny Scrivens

By Avry Lewis-McDougall New York Riveters goalie and wife of Edmonton Oilers netminder Jen Scrivens joined me on the podcast to chat about playing in NWHL’s (National Women’s Hockey League) first season, the growth of women’s hockey, and living in […]

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MLB’s Future In Canada, Riding On Blue Jays’ Success

It’s been a while since we’ve had a guest post up on Avrysports.com but I figured why have another voice on the site once again? Adam Nightingale (@Anight92 on Twitter) is mainly a hockey guy as the editor in chief […]

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The Canadians are ready for Belize

By Avry Lewis-McDougall The last time Canada’s senior men’s soccer team played at BMO Field they crashed out of the Gold Cup with a 0-0 draw to Costa Rica at home that also saw another tournament go by without the […]

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The 401 Derby goes the way of the 416

By Avry Lewis-McDougall A roller coaster at the CNE this weekend may give you a heck of an experience if you’re an adrenaline junkie but you can get the same for many more weekends by watching a Toronto FC game. […]

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