Walling: Jones rink reunites in hopes to make Olympics

After a five year hiatus, one of the greatest women's curling teams will be reunited this fall in an attempt to get to the Olympic trials. Nova Scotia's Queen of curling, Colleen Jones, will be back with her old rink with Kim Kelly, Mary Anne Arsenault. Nancy Delahunt returns as a coach. ...more

Walling: Pro hockey returns to St. John's in a big way

The St. John's IceCaps sold a thousand season tickets to kick off their campaign one day after the franchise was announced last June. They have been riding high ever since, and half way through their first season, the product on and off the ice has been a great success. ...more

Walling: Cochrane writes winner about East Coast sports

There are not many books on sports coming out of Atlantic Canada but Halifax sports columnist Chris Cochrane has a recently released book called 'Inside the Game'. According to TSN's Alex J. Walling, it is a very good read. ...more

Walling: NBL commissioner speaks frankly about league issues

John Kennedy is a straight shooter and he shoots from the lip. Kennedy is the new commissioner of the NBL, the National Basketball League of Canada. He spoke on Tuesday about the league, and what surprised me was his honesty and candidness. ...more

Walling: The latest from the East Coast

There's been a lot of news from Atlantic Canada this week - with most of it coming from Halifax involving plans for their new stadium, the Huskies parting way with a decorated coach and the new hockey superstar with the Mooseheads. ...more

Walling: Hal Patterson - one of the greatest

Hal Patterson died over a week ago and not much was written about him. Oh, there was a paragraph or two in some newspapers, but I didn’t see much about what could be called - arguably - the very best receiver that played the game. Or at the very least, the best receiver of his era. ...more

Walling: McMaster wins first Vanier Cup

The McMaster Marauders are the best college football team in Canada. They earned that honour on Friday night, defeating the Laval Rouge et Or in double overtime in Vancouver. The game may have been the weirdest, most dramatic game in college football that I've seen, and it's certainly in my top ten football games of all time. Alex J. Walling has more. ...more

Walling: Calgary's Nill gets another shot at Rouge et Or

Calgary's head coach Blake Nill will get another shot at the Laval Rouge et Or. Nill has a history of battling the Rouge et Or and will do so again in the upcoming Mitchell Bowl which will take place on Friday at Calgary's McMahon Stadium. ...more

Walling: Nill, Constantin earn 100th wins in CIS football

It is fitting that the top two coaches in the last 10 years in Canadian college football should achieve a prestigious milestone the very same weekend. Both Blake Nill of the Calgary Dinos and Glen Constantin of the Laval Rouge et Or hit the very rare achievement of getting 100 coaching wins this weekend. TSN's AJ Walling has more. ...more

Walling: Towriss sets CIS record for coaching wins

It was 27 years ago when Brian Towriss became the youngest coach of the Saskatchewan Huskies and maybe the youngest coach ever in the CIS. Last weekend, Towriss recorded his 170th win, making him the winningest football coach in CIS history. Alex J. Walling has more. ...more

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