Archive | March, 2014

Toronto deputy mayor welcomes Olympians home at Ryerson’s MAC

Deputy Mayor Norm Kelly welcomed four Sochi Olympians back to Canada on Wednesday at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. Kelly presented freestyle skiers Mikaël Kingsbury and Olympic sisters Justine, Chloé and Maxime Dufour-Lapointe with official scrolls from the city of Toronto.

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Brandon Prust Shutdown By Habs

The Montreal Canadiens announced on Friday that forward Brandon Prust has been shutdown for the season with an upper-body injury. Prust has been in and out of the lineup with a shoulder injury and after missing Montreal’s last game against the Columbus Blue Jackets, the decision was made to end his season.

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Vardzel makes OUA all-star team

Ryerson Rams ace pitcher Bryan Vardzel has been named to the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) roster of the OUA/Ontario Colleges Athletics Association all-star game at the Rogers Centre on May 11. The roster was selected by OUA coaches and for the first time the game will pit university all-stars with collage all-stars.

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Habs Get Beat Up on Southwest Road Trip

It was a rough week for the Montreal Canadiens as they went on their annual south-west road trip and came away with only two points. Besides beating the Anaheim Ducks 4-3 in a shootout, the Habs came up empty handed against the LA Kings, Phoenix Coyotes and San Jose Sharks.

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Toronto Podcast: Of the Toronto mayoral race

This week, host Zack Pothier is joined by Jordan Cornish and Josh Beneteau of The Eyeopener and Kevin Ngof CFRE Radio to talk about the Toronto mayor’s race, Rob Ford’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel and Ford’s ongoing legal woes.

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Habs Make Vanek Sized Splash at Deadline

The Montreal Canadiens got some much needed size and scoring on deadline day when they acquired Thomas Vanek from the New York Islanders. The Habs sent a conditional-second round pick and prospect forward Sebastian Collberg to the Islanders and received a conditional 5th with Vanek. The condition on both picks is the Habs making the playoffs, […]

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Women’s basketball guard Keneca Pingue-Giles awarded OUA recognition

Keneca Pingue-Giles, star of the Ryerson women’s basketball team, was named to the OUA second-team all-star team Tuesday. “It feels awesome to be recognized,” Pingue-Giles said. “I’ve put in a lot of work in the off season and during season, so I am glad that my effort and performance has been noticed by OUA coaches.”

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The Habs Should Trade for Ryan Kesler (But They Probably Won’t)

With three games under their belts after Sochi, the Montreal Canadiens are playing very well. After picking up five of a possible six points in that stretch, all without Carey Price in net, the team is poised to make the playoffs for the second year in a row. But with the trade deadline on March […]

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