1. Did Chris Pronger's Puck-Stealing Tactics Work?

    Defenseman Chris Pronger, member of the Philadelphia Flyers for the past two seasons, is no stranger to creating media-frenzy-type controversy. However, his latest act puts the icing on the cake...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 4 years ago 418 reads 0 comments

  2. MLB News: Blue Jay's Hot Hands

    At the start of the 2010 MLB season, the Toronto Blue Jays were not in high hopes of their many often disappointed, but loyal, Canadian fans. The Jays lost their beloved ace, pitcher Roy "Doc" Halladay ...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 4 years ago 181 reads 4 comments

  3. Will No-Touch Icing Ever Return to the NHL?

    There is only one rule change I've been in disagreeance with since it took place many years ago, even in the "new" NHL. That change involved the elimination of no-touch icing ...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 4 years ago 197 reads 1 comments

  4. For Canadiens Fans, This Season Was Hab-Ulous

    After a long hiatus thanks to writer's block, I have decided to start writing again. What better way to begin with than talking about the dear 'ol Habs? This 2009-'10 NHL season has ...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 4 years ago 198 reads 0 comments

  5. Calling All Saskatchewan Roughriders Fans!

    Let me draw your attention to a newly improved, must-see website designed especially for fans of the Saskatchewan Roughriders...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about over 5 years ago 201 reads 0 comments

  6. Annual NHL Postseason Predictions, Part Two

    In this, Part two of my NHL postseason predictions, you will find my Western Conference predictions for the 2008-09 Playoffs...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about over 5 years ago 23 reads 2 comments

  7. NHL Playoff Predictions: Eastern Conference

    To continue my yearly tradition, I have made my predictions for the 2008-09 NHL postseason, for both the Eastern and Western Conferences. I know that teams have an average of eight games remaining...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about over 5 years ago 336 reads 2 comments

  8. Why the NHL All-Star Game Is Worth It

    This may not be true of all places, but around here, almost everyone I spoke with finds the NHL All-Star Game is nothing but a big bore. They say it is an overrated event. Many believing in a cheated Montreal Canadiens voting system...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about over 5 years ago 93 reads 5 comments

  9. Canadiens-Senators: Wake-Up Call for Habs After Win Over Sens

    The game played Saturday night (Jan, 19, 2009) was a possible wake-up call for the Montreal Canadiens. Across Canada, the viewers who started watching Montreal visiting the Ottawa Senators early in the game were already likely assuming an easy win...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about over 5 years ago 123 reads 5 comments

  10. Are The Habs Truly Guaranteed Playoff-Bound?

    Since the beginning of the 2008-2009 NHL season, hockey fans, analysts, and experts have had the predominant assumption that the Montreal Canadiens are a shew-in for the post-season—but ...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about over 5 years ago 107 reads 6 comments

  11. CFL: Interview With the Saskatchewan Roughriders' Biggest Fan

    In anticipation of the 2009 CFL season, Roughrider fans are waiting impatiently. Now they have seen what the up-and-coming players are capable of, and have lived through the ridiculous amounts of injuries as well as the quarterback controversies...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about over 5 years ago 437 reads 3 comments

  12. December 9, 2008: Montreal Canadiens Put Out Flames with a 4-1 Victory

    Tonight's victory over the Calgary Flames was full of surprises, but—is that really surprising? It was nice to see Montreal's penalty killing methods show signs of improvement...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about over 5 years ago 104 reads 9 comments

  13. Montreal Canadiens: 2008-09 Evaluation to Date

    Although it is still early in the season, there seems to be many surprising facts we can find to the 2008-09 Montreal Canadiens. Some of these facts are good, and some are rather bad...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about over 5 years ago 203 reads 6 comments

  14. NHL Injuries: The Undisclosed Mystery

    The NHL's post-season is famous for two things. One, the playoff beards. Even those who are not fans of hockey know this is part of the ritual. The second, a typical standard for any hockey team, is hiding the injuries...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about over 5 years ago 513 reads 0 comments

  15. Retiring Patrick Roy's No. 33: A Deserving Honour

    Patrick Roy's Jersey, the infamous No. 33, was just retired by the Montreal Canadiens (November 22, 2008). The video presentation prior to the hanging of the jersey to the rafters was very well put together...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about over 5 years ago 131 reads 6 comments

  16. Montreal Canadiens: 100 Years, 100 Moments (Part Two)

    Here is the second installment of the 100 greatest people and events in Canadiens history. 21. Carey Price When the Habs drafted unknown goalie Carey Price fifth-overall in the 2005 NHL entry draft, it sent the province into an uproar...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about over 5 years ago 533 reads 3 comments

  17. Montreal Canadiens: 100 Years, 100 Moments: Part 1

    In celebration with the Montreal Canadiens' 100th anniversary in the National Hockey League, here is a list of 1-20 of 100 of the most memorable Habs moments (in no particular order of significance or date): 1...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about almost 6 years ago 560 reads 6 comments

  18. Koivu Gets the Habs Off To a Good Start

    Despite what the current Eastern Conference standings are showing, the Montreal Canadiens are playing good hockey. They are among the few teams that do not have a regular season loss...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about almost 6 years ago 148 reads 2 comments

  19. September 20/08: BC Lions + SK Riders = Madness

    The September 20, 2008 match-up between the BC Lions and Saskatchewan Roughriders certainly had its up and down moments. A once again sold out stadium, filled to above capacity at 30,945, got to witness possibly the most exhilarating game ever...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about almost 6 years ago 849 reads 9 comments

  20. Labour Day Classic A Dream Come True for CFL Fans

    You don't know what it is like until you try it—it is the best quote to describe being at the most important CFL game of the season—the Labour Day Classic (LDC), with the Saskatchewan Roughriders hosting the Winnipeg Blue Bombers...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about almost 6 years ago 737 reads 2 comments

  21. Overpaid, Underplayed, Trapped by Cap

    The title says it all—it is the new trend in the NHL's free agency frenzy. The first few days after the trade deadline were a bit of a shock with the ludicrous deals involving unheard of players...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about almost 6 years ago 248 reads 1 comments

  22. Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Saskatchewan Roughriders Prep for Labour Day Classic

    The Labour Day Classic between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the Saskatchewan Roughriders is coming up soon. It will take place at 1:00 PM on Sunday, Aug. 31 (in Regina, of course). Trying to prepare for such an event is becoming difficult to do...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about almost 6 years ago 902 reads 9 comments

  23. Roughriders Set Record with Unbelievable 6-0

    The Saskatchewan Roughriders are continuing to set CFL records. They are currently undefeated this season, and the only team still remaining so. This 6-0 record is a new one...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about almost 6 years ago 345 reads 8 comments

  24. 2008-09 NHL Schedule: A Blast from the Past

    The 2008-2009 NHL season schedule was released on July 17, 2008. As expected, the season starts off early in Europe, on October 4. Tampa Bay and the New York Rangers face off for a two-game stint in Prague...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 6 years ago 725 reads 4 comments

  25. Open Mic: A Sport is a Sport

    When it comes to defining the name of a sport, the sky is ultimately the limit. A physical element is always an obvious component...

    Lisa Boychuk Written by Lisa Boychuk about 6 years ago 300 reads 0 comments