PASCAL: University trio return to Gladiators
The Sudbury Star
That Stevens and Cope, both of whom will join the Mount Allison Mounties (Sackville, N.B.), and soon-to-be Toronto Varsity Blues lineman Brandon Maki do so with the blessings of their new teams bodes well for the continued competitiveness of the local ...
Hawks roll out welcome mat for two impact transfers, 29 recruits
The former Team Canada under-19 signal-caller is eligible to play for the Hawks when their Ontario University Athletics season opens against the Toronto Varsity Blues at University Stadium on Aug. 27. The explosive Bennett, who finished second in ...
Folklore of sport in Toronto is indeed rich
My father was teaching part-time at the University of Toronto and he would take me on week-end afternoons to the Varsity Blues football games and occasionally to Varsity Arena to see the hockey team play. Both my mom and dad loved figure skating and ...
Alouettes add depth at the receiver and quarterback positions
In 32 games with the University of Toronto Varsity Blues, Pierzchalski amassed 1,617 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns on 149 catches. The 25-year-old played 29 games throughout his professional career. Scott (6'3″, 211 lbs.) played his collegiate ...
SJ Green on signing in Toronto: 'I was beyond happy'
When news broke that Green had been traded to the Toronto Argonauts for a 6th round selection in the 2017 CFL Draft and a conditional pick in the 2018 Draft on Thursday, the 31-year-old was thrilled. “I was happy,” Green told Davis Sanchez of The ...
Sufferers of joint pain need not be inactive
The Globe and Mail
Dr. Dwight Chapin, B.Sc(H)., D.C., is the clinic director of High Point Wellness Centre in Mississauga, team chiropractor for the CFL's Toronto Argonauts and on-site clinician for employees of The Globe and Mail. Follow him on Twitter @HighPtWellness.
Argos ink Canadians Perrett, Graves
TORONTO — The Toronto Argonauts have signed Canadian offensive lineman Jeff Perrett and wide receiver Kyle Graves, the club announced Friday. Perrett, a 6-foot-7, 320-pound native of Lethbridge, Alberta, comes to Toronto in 2017 after spending the ...
SJ Green traded to the Toronto Argonauts
Montreal – The Montreal Alouettes announced on Thursday that the club has traded receiver S.J. Green to the Toronto Argonauts in exchange for the team's sixth round pick in the 2017 CFL Canadian Draft, as well as a conditional pick in the 2018 draft.