July 2015

Ron Maclean Bets On Good Goals Ahead For Canadian Hockey

Canada’s NHL prospects are improving according to Hockey Night in Canada star Ron Maclean.  The Coach’s Corner co-host and sophomore Hometown Hockey anchor – not to mention all around Canadian icon – believes the Quebec Nordiques will be back, the Toronto Maple Leafs have new hope, and the Edmonton Oilers are only a few years away from a Stanley Cup.

Montreal Impact Actively Pursuing Didier Drogba

The Montreal Impact is having another difficult soccer season.  Currently seeded 8th in the MLS East Standings in a statistical tie with New York City FC, the Impact does have the advantage of five games in hand over the conference leading DC United.

Canada Wins Pan Am Gold Medal Baseball Game Over US Rivals

One of the most important events of the Pan Am Games ended in the best possible way for the Canadian hosts.  Canada faced off with the archrival American baseball team for the gold medal game, which saw the home team clinch an extra inning win to claim the gold.

Graham DeLaet Swings Into Round 2 Of British Open

The focus of the British Open is on Jordan Spieth and whether the young American will overtake Rory McIlroy as the number one golfer on the world rankings.  The battle between Spieth and McIlroy is appealing to fans around the world, but Canadians also have their own players to bet on.

Early 0-3 Start Signals Rough Ride For Roughriders

Something is wrong in Saskatchewan.  The Regina based Roughriders have fallen behind 0-3 to begin the 2015 CFL season, their worst opening stretch since 2011 when the team finished the year with a record of 5-13.

Can Canada Beat Costa Rica In The Gold Cup?

BMO Field in Toronto will feature two of the final Gold Cup group stage games later today.  The late game features the Canadian soccer team betting on their first win of the competition against Costa Rica.

Chicago Blackhawks Trim Down Stanley Cup Winning Roster

The Chicago Blackhawks have been Stanley Cup champions less than a month, but the team is already making changes for the future.  The salary cap put pressure on Chicago to break up their core group, a group that has delivered three Stanley Cup trophies in six seasons to the Windy City – essentially becoming a dynasty.

Vancouver Canucks Hope To Finally Be Free Of Goalie Controversy

Goaltending is something that has seemingly haunted the Vancouver Canucks for the past few years.  From Roberto Luongo to Ryan Miller, Canada’s west coast hockey team has been bogged down by controversy regarding the number one netminders for several years.

Josh Donaldson Top Bet For Toronto Blue Jays At All Star Game

The Toronto Blue Jays are an above .500 baseball team four games out from the MLB All Star Break, and trail the AL East leading New York Yankees by 2.5 games.  One of the reasons for Toronto’s success in the first half of the season is due to third baseman Josh Donaldson, who is having an incredible season in his first year as a Blue Jay.

Canada Soccer Teams Bet On Solid Moves In MLS Transfer Window

The transfer window is underway for soccer teams in the MLS.  The primary transfer window closed earlier in the year, but the secondary window opens today as teams search for the right players to bolster their rosters halfway through the season.