Monthly Archives: October 2015

Blades and Furies split the weekend

  By Avry Lewis-McDougall Its that time of year again when the leaves change colours,  the weather gets colder and Canadian Women’s Hockey League action returns to rinks across Canada and the US! This past weekend the 9th season of […]

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Marlies take the first two

((Photo credit: Christian Bonin/TSGphoto.com) By Avry Lewis-McDougall What’s the best way to start your new season? Why win both of them of course! Such was the case for the Toronto Marlies with their first weekend sweep of the season over […]

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Back to work at Ricoh as the season begins

By Avry Lewis-McDougall The Sheldon Keefe era for the Toronto Marlies is underway and right from the first day with his final roster on Tuesday for the start of the 2015-16 he had his players going through the paces at […]

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More progress in Toronto

By Avry Lewis-McDougall The Blue Jays are not the only ones in Toronto about ready to have postseason fun. This past Saturday, Toronto FC put themselves one step closer into securing their first ever MLS playoff birth by knocking off […]

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BMO’s time for the Grey Cup

By Avry Lewis-McDougall Over 35,000 thousand screaming fans at BMO Field on a November day. It’s something that we could one day see if Toronto FC makes the MLS Cup but it’s also going to be something that we’ll see […]

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The Final Four

By Avry Lewis-McDougall Four games stand in between Toronto FC and their first ever MLS playoff appearance. It’s been a long time coming in franchise history as the team sits 5th place in the Eastern Conference with 43 points on […]

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