LeBron James’s decision to leave the Cleveland Cavaliers and join Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh on the Miami Heat was the talk of the sports media this summer. Sam Hunter and Adam Sadinsky offer two different perspectives on the implications of LeBron’s choice.

Tribune’s NHL Preview

ATLANTIC DIVISION New York Rangers: After finishing first in the East and advancing to the conference final, the Rangers fell short to their division rivals, the New Jersey Devils, last May. In response, the team made the biggest acquisition of the off season in trading for star winger Rick Nash,[Read More…]

Sports 2013 Wishlist

As a huge basketball fan, it would be pretty great to see a non-superteam win the NBA Finals and hoist the Larry O’Brien trophy at the end of the season. It would validate the fact that the NBA world isn’t dominated by a couple of superstars, and that true team-basketball[Read More…]

CFL: why don’t we stand on guard for thee?

I woke up on Saturday, opened my curtains, and noticed a brisk November wind carrying snowflakes through the early morning (maybe afternoon) air. I thought to myself, “it’s about time, this is Canada. Snow in November is normal, expected.” But this November has not been normal; it has not been[Read More…]

The Redmen dominated ball possession, but couldn’t fill the scoresheet. (Mike King / McGill Tribune)

Two losses seal fate as Redmen miss playoffs

With their backs against the wall and two matches remaining in the regular season, the struggling  Redmen desperately needed a win as they faced the fourth-ranked UQTR Patriotes last Tuesday. Only the top four teams will advance to the playoffs, and the stakes were high as fifth-placed McGill was tied[Read More…]

Super Bowl XLVI

Two contributors give their take on the rematch of Super Bowl XLII by identifying the key offensive and defensive matchups while giving their own X-Factors …  Giants Offence The talk about quarterbacks leading up to the Super Bowl will undoubtedly favour the prowess of Tom Brady, but the fact of[Read More…]

Martlets Capitalize in Ottawa

Five was a significant number for McGill on Sunday as the women’s hockey team won their fifth game in a row with a 5-1 victory over the Ottawa Gee-Gees in the nation’s capital. Leslie Oles led the way with two goals and an assist while first-year forward Mélodie Daoust contributed[Read More…]

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