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Next stop, Quebec Kebs, for well-travelled coach

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Photo: Courtesy Quebec Kebs

One team, the Gary, Indiana Steelheads of the old Continental Basketball Association, folded just before it was to start the 2006 playoffs. A second team, the Wichita Kansas Bombers of the All-American Professional Basketball League, didn't get nearly that far in 2005, the entire league going under following a pre-season tryout camp in Montana.

St. Lawrence Hockey: Perfect record in September

In a one-sided offensive surge, the St. Lawrence Lions men's hockey team recorded an 8-3 victory over College Lionel-Groulx. After opening the season with two consecutive wins on home ice, the Lions lead the standings of the Quebec Provincial Collegiate Hockey League.

Big league hockey on the city’s mind last weekend

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau

Big league hockey of sorts returned to the city over the weekend with a preseason game between the Montreal Canadiens and a team masquerading as the New York Islanders at Le Colisee.

The game drew a sellout crowd of over 15,000.

Fourth shutout in five games enables SLC win over CEGEP Jonquière

Betchi Nkodo's second half strike put the finishing touches on a 2-0 win for St. Lawrence College men's soccer team over CEGEP Jonquière. Brice Aminou scored a lucky first goal for the Lions, who received another another shutout for goalkeeper Justin Savoie and his defence.

There's only one National Sport in Quebec, and it ain't Hockey!

Go Canadiens, Nordiques Go

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[Video] See St. Lawrence Lions goals vs. Jonquière

Radio Interview on prospect of the return of the NHL to Quebec City

FAN 950 Toronto Sports Radio

Ken Schankler

Editor, Quebec Chronicle Telegraph with Greg Brady

  • Wednesday, September 8th, 2010

Ken Schankler of the Qu

Rouge et Or win opener

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Photo: Jay Ouellet, Julian Feoli Gudino no. 83 catches a pass this past Saturday.  Laval’s Rouge et Or football team opened their season Saturday  with a 50-9 win over the McGill Redmen in front of 13,000 fans at the PEPS stadium in Ste. Foy.  Sebastien Levesque set the tone with 143 yards rushing and two touchdowns.

Lady Lions fall short despite valiant effort

After actually taking a 2-1 lead near end of the first half, the Champlain St. Lawrence College Lady Lions gave up four consecutive goals, bowing 5-2 to their more experienced opponents from CEGEP Ste. Foy in their inaugural match.

The match was the first for a women's soccer team from SLC in 18 years.

SLC impressive in AA Men’s 3-0 win over CEGEP Ste. Foy

The Champlain St. Lawrence College men's soccer team had better luck that their female counterparts to start their season, cruising to a 3-0 victory against CEGEP Ste. Foy.

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