Franchise sales, CFL 2.0 top of mind during commissioner Randy Ambrosie’s state-of-the-league address

CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie was long on optimism for the league’s future Friday, but short on substance regarding cures for what ails it. Related News Ambrosie held a wide-ranging discussion with reporters in his third state-of-the-league address. He gushed about…

‘We keep it playable, as it should be’: McMahon Stadium crew prepping turf for Grey Cup

When it comes to late-season football, it can feel like there are three teams playing: home, away and Mother Nature. The McMahon Stadium field crew in Calgary know a thing or two about big games and bad weather. “Versus Winnipeg,…

Edmonton Oilers activate Larsson from injured reserve ahead of battle with the Kings

Posted November 21, 2019 4:48 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ As one defenceman goes down, another returns. The Edmonton Oilers have activated Adam Larsson from the injured reserved list ahead…

2019 Grey Cup brings economic boost and one big party to Calgary

Few events bring people together like the Grey Cup. Just ask Hugh Harrison: “As they say, ‘come for the party and stay for the game.’” Harrison and wife Donna live north of Sudbury, Ont. When Calgary hosted the Grey Cup…

WHL Roundup: Wednesday, November 20, 2019

RED DEER, Alta. – Evan Herman scored one goal and set up two more and Boston Bilous stopped 24 shots to lead the Prince Albert Raiders to a 7-1 victory over the Red Deer Rebels on Wednesday in the Western…

Maas believes Eskimos on cusp of being championship-level team, wants to stay coach in Edmonton

Three days after the team’s disappointing playoff loss to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Edmonton Eskimos’ head coach Jason Maas said he wants to keep his job and that he truly believes his football team is on the cusp of being a…