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Walling: 48th Vanier Cup could be another classic matchup

Friday night's Vanier Cup game between the McMaster Marauders and the Laval Rouge et Or will feature the best team over the last two years in McMaster and the best team in the last ten years in Laval. TSN's A.J. Walling takes a look at both teams ahead of the game. ...more

Walling: Could there be an upset in the CIS playoffs?

On Saturday, the semi-finals of the CIS will be played. In each game, one team will be an overwhelming favourite while another will be playing against monstrous odds. TSN.ca's Alex J. Walling has more. ...more

Walling: Memories of Game 8 of the Summit Series

Forty years ago on Sept. 28, one of Canada's greatest sports accomplishments took place as Paul Henderson scored 'the goal' in Moscow to make hockey history. TSN.ca's Alex J. Walling was there and relives the moment as a young reporter. ...more

Walling: How I ended up in Moscow for the '72 Summit Series

On the 40th anniversary of the Summit Series, TSN's Alex J. Walling looks back on his trip to Moscow to cover what became one of the most memorable and dramatic series in hockey history. ...more

Walling: Memories of covering the 1972 Summit Series

As we approach the 40th anniversary of the famed Summit Series, TSN.ca's A.J. Walling looks back at the memories of being in Moscow to cover the event. ...more

Walling: Sea Dogs could take big step at Memorial Cup

The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League ranks last in Memorial Cup titles. But the Saint John Sea Dogs return to the tournament with a chance to win back-to-back titles for the QMJHL for the first time in more than 30 years. A.J. Walling has more. ...more

Walling: Halifax stadium could still be a decade away

Halifax still doesn't have a stadium of any kind and it seems they will not have one in many a year. Hopes for a stadium in this decade appear slim. The reason is there is simply no leadership for such a project. It makes one wonder how they ever got stadiums in Calgary, Winnipeg and Regina. But whatever that formula was has not yet been discovered by Halifax. ...more

Walling: National Basketball League a success in first year

The London Lightning are the first champions of the National Basketball League of Canada, winning the title, 116-92, over the Halifax Rainmen Sunday in London, Ontario. While the final score seems a little one-sided, believe it when we say that the final was a very close series. AJ Walling has more. ...more

Walling: Smart is reason for Carleton's Perfection

The Carleton Ravens are perfect. That's the best way to describe them. They were 21-0 in the regulation season and 34-0 for everything else including this year's CIS Men's title won on Sunday. The main reason for their success is head coach Dave Smart. ...more

Walling: Carleton favoured to win men's CIS hoops crown

There are very few perfect seasons in sport and the Carleton Ravens men's basketball team may be on the verge of one. The Ravens have dominated the CIS scene over the past 10 years, notching seven national titles and could make it eight on Sunday in Halifax. Alex J. Walling has more. ...more

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