Darche is engaged in the NHL lockout negotiations. (Luke Orlando / McGill Tribune)

McGill NHLer weighs in on the lockout

The Tribune had the opportunity to sit down with Mathieu Darche, a McGill graduate (B.Com. ‘00) who played in the NHL last season with the Montreal Canadiens. He weighed in on his time at McGill, this year’s Redmen roster, and the current NHL lockout.  McGill Tribune: What do you remember[Read More…]

Guelph’s men and women teams claim their seventh and eighth straight CIS championship, respectively. (Geoff Robins)

McGill runs to respectable finish at Nationals

On Saturday, members of McGill men’s and women’s cross country teams participated in the 2012 national championships at Western University. The event featured 17 female and 18 male teams from across the country. When the dust settled, the Martlets had finished seventh overall in their 5km race, while the Redmen,[Read More…]

Sports briefs

Martlets sweep podium; Redmen finish second  The Martlet and Redmen cross-country teams competed this past weekend at the Laval Invitational. Both squads had strong showings, but the Martlets won the meet and stole the show. The women’s race was a 4K event, featuring athletes from four different schools. The Martlets claimed[Read More…]

10 questions with … Evan Vossen

MT: How did it feel to win the CIS championship? EV: It’s a great feeling. The way things happened in terms of the history of the franchise, the program—which is 136 years old—not winning after what we went through last year in terms of losing in the finals, and then[Read More…]

10 questions with … Evan Vossen

MT: How did it feel to win the CIS championship? EV: It’s a great feeling. The way things happened in terms of the history of the franchise, the program-which is 136 years old-not winning after what we went through last year in terms of losing in the finals, and then[Read More…]

March Madness

South Preview: The number one overall seed, Kentucky, headlines the east region, and they are loaded. While their starting lineup is inexperienced, consisting of three freshman and two sophomores, they were the most consistent team in America this season, and pose a stifling defensive presence in forward Anthony Davis. When[Read More…]

Cancelled before their time

Television shows exist to make money, and critical acclaim or devoted fan-bases are poor substitutes for advertising revenue.  Number of viewers aside, here are five shows that didn’t deserve their cancellations.  All of these selections ran for twenty episodes or less; while shows like Arrested Development or Deadwood might have[Read More…]

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