Edmonton and Toronto In Playoff Land

By Avry Lewis-McDougall 1976 and 1981. Two important years in Canadian soccer history. They mark the last time a team from Toronto and a team from Edmonton won a top flight soccer league title in North America. In 1976, Toronto […]

A 3 Down Autumn

By Avry Lewis-McDougall Where the heck did the summer go?? Week 18 in the CFL just wrapped up and it’s deep into crunch time when it comes to the playoff race with jockeying for position or just looking to end […]

A Canadian Win or European Extension on Thursday Night?

By Avry Lewis-McDougall If only an early powerplay for Europe went a little differently we may have had a totally different game….. Instead of a story of Europe shocking the world in Game 1 and bringing the final countdown on […]

The World Cup of Media Day

  By Avry Lewis-McDougall Remember when you’d try to sleep on Christmas Eve and it was the hardest thing to do? That was me on the day before Media Day for the World Cup of Hockey! On Thursday players from […]

Eskies Dominance In The Big Smoke

By Avry Lewis-McDougall Under the big top and pomp and circumstance of the CNE the Edmonton Eskimos would roll into BMO Field and walk out not with cotton candy, but a massive 46-23 victory over the Toronto Argonauts who had […]

The Camp Of Biosteel

By Avry Lewis-McDougall McDavid. Hall. Simmonds. Upshall. And a whole cast of others. What does this mean? #CAMP is back. On Monday morning the sixth annual Biosteel Pro Hockey Camp got underway in Toronto with nearly 20 NHLers¬† getting ready […]

Off To Brazil

By Avry Lewis-McDougall 65 athletes. At first glance you may wonder what’s so special about the mark but if you’re savvy to Canadian track and field it’s the largest athletics team ever going to a Summer Olympics for the red […]

Olympic Dreams At Foote

  By Avry Lewis-McDougall Rio. The Summer Olympics. Something that every track athlete wants to reach and yesterday many punched their tickets to the Games. On Saturday, Day 3 of the Canadian Olympic track and field qualifying trials went down […]

Early 2016 CFL Thoughts

By Avry Lewis-McDougall Who’s ready for BC and Ottawa in the Grey Cup?!?!? Ok I may need to pump the breaks a little. The starts for a few teams have been outstanding for some and kinda underwhelming for others but […]

The Re-Tooled Champs

By Liam Andrew Calliou The Edmonton Eskimos come into 2016 with a lot more question marks than most Grey Cup championship teams face. Losing Chris Jones to the Riders had to sting and they also lost their entire coaching staff […]