Preseason Week 1
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Truth is, the plan was to title this article “Nik Lewis, the Natural Born Leader.” But then Nik himself said something pretty wise that mucked-up that plan: “I believe you find your way into being a leader.” Alright, so Nik was not born a leader, but he sure grew into the role quite nicely. On the field as well as off, the veteran slotback has proven time and again that he’s as reliable as they come. At 35 years of age and going into his 14th pro season, Nik is still going strong and ...
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Percival Molson Memorial Stadium experienced a real blast of energy tonight! Everyone, players and fans alike, had the same goal in mind: take first place in the East Division away from the Popp and Trestman troop. The stakes were high, the challenge equally so. But with great poise our Alouettes began the second third of the season by dominating their opponents from Toronto by a final score of 21 to 9. An impressive return It didn’t take long for the intensity to kick-in, with the friendly ...
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According to Kyries “Angry Bird” Hébert, “you can’t relax with your success, you have to build upon it.” And there’s no doubt this will be the team’s mantra come Saturday in Toronto. Last Friday night’s home win to start the second third of the season made a lot of people happy, but it was only the first step towards the quest for the ultimate goal. This week’s mission remains the same – – beat the Argos – – albeit with one or two nuances: we’ll be playing away from ...
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Montreal Alouettes‘ slot-back Nik Lewis made his 1,030th career reception Thursday night to move into first place all-time on the CFL reception list. The historic catch was made late in the fourth quarter when he hauled in a Darian Durant pass for a gain of six yards. Lewis finished the game with 10 catches, gaining 88 yards against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Percival Molson Memorial Stadium. Lewis surpasses the mark set by longtime B.C. Lions receiver Geroy Simon, who was in first ...
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The coaches predicted a playoff-like game. Indeed, we could sense the anxiousness on the field, but the pressure that came with it turned out to be difficult to handle. Our Alouettes were unfortunately unable to contain the REDBLACKS’ explosive offence and, despite good efforts from the likes of Kyries Hebert, Greg Henderson, Tyree Hollins and B. J. Cunningham, the defending Grey Cup champions added another victory to their record. Jacques Chapdelaine’s troops will have to roll up their ...
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Our Alouettes arrived last night in Vancouver where they’ll be looking to notch a fourth win to their record. It won’t be easy, with history reminding us that since 2001, Montreal has only won two games at BC Place – but the guys want a victory more than anything. At practice this week they held their heads high and dealt with the criticism they have faced over the past few days. As Jacques Chapdelaine said, it’s time to turn the page and begin the next chapter. To start this new chapter on ...
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It was certainly a tumultuous week for our Alouettes, but the players are unanimous: more than ever, it’s time to stick together, to remain united, whether in the locker room or with you, the fans. This Sunday, you’ll be more than 22,000 strong at Percival Molson Memorial Stadium, anxious to see the team start taking the necessary steps to qualify for a playoff position. Here’s what’s in store for you (apart from a smokin’ hot tailgate and gorgeous sunshine 😊) ! A roaring good time Before ...
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Our Alouettes landed in Argonaut territory earlier today in anticipation of their Saturday night match-up at BMO Field. You know as well as we do that this game could have an enormous impact on the team’s season. The guys have their backs up against the wall. They need a W. Focus, discipline, perseverance, perfect execution… definitely. But the watchword this week, as veteran Stefan Logan said, is: win. Here’s a lookahead at what could help the team regain some traction. Strong support for ...
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Friday night, September 29 at 9:30 p.m. (ET), our Alouettes will be taking on the best team in the CFL, the Calgary Stampeders. The Stamps’ record is, to say the least… impressive. Ten wins, one tie and one loss; almost perfect. That being said, our guys are the only ones who can declare that they beat the powerhouse team from the West Division this season. Will they be able to do it again, in hostile territory, when the pressure will be at its height? Follow the team on TSN or on CJAD to ...
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There was only one possible scenario in this game for our Alouettes: Victory was not simply hoped for, it was mandatory. Kavis Reed’s squad knew it was all or nothing on this rainy Monday afternoon at home. The pressure was certainly high, and it was a tight battle right up until the fourth quarter. But having to play catch-up, even in the CFL, is risky. And today, unfortunately, the Als came up short. However, in defeat as in victory, there are players who rise above the fray and their ...
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So we’re here already. This Sunday, October 22, our Alouettes will be playing their final home game of the season. Wanting to finish the season off in style, we’ve put together a great afternoon for you… even Mother Nature got to work! Here’s why coming to this week’s game should be at the top of your list of things to do this Sunday afternoon. BUY TICKETS 1.Plenty of Vitamin D 20 degrees, bright sunshine… on October 22! You won’t want to be spending the afternoon indoors making ...
105th Grey Cup
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