The ALSternative – 2015 Year in Review (Part 2 of 2)

N.B.: There’s a lot to cover, so this has been split into two posts. In case you missed the first part yesterday, click here. When a CFL team turns in a 6-12 record, it’s safe to say there are not as many positives as one would like. As he looked back on this past season … More The ALSternative – 2015 Year in Review (Part 2 of 2)

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The ALSternative – 2015 Year in Review (Part 1 of 2)

N.B.: There’s a lot to cover, so this is being split into two posts. Be sure to check back tomorrow for the second part. Without question, this has certainly been an interesting season in Alouettes Nation. Finishing with a 6-12 record and missing the playoffs for the first time since returning in 1996, it surely … More The ALSternative – 2015 Year in Review (Part 1 of 2)

Alouettes end 2015 season in usual fashion with a tough loss

Today’s game was a microcosm of the Montreal Alouettes’ 2015 season;  Some flashes of brilliance, some hard-nosed play and some misfortune that led to another close loss that will stick in the craw for some time. But unlike all the other games, this one required extra time! The Alouettes played their first overtime game of 2015 … More Alouettes end 2015 season in usual fashion with a tough loss

Alouettes look to finish strong in front of hometown faithful

The only thing that will be won during tomorrow’s game on the mountain is bragging rights. The Montreal Alouettes’ nightmare of a season will mercifully come to an end tomorrow as they host the Saskatchewan Roughriders at Percival Molson Stadium. The Riders will also look to finish their own season from hell, hopefully by sweeping … More Alouettes look to finish strong in front of hometown faithful

The 2015 playoff dreams of the Alouettes die at Commonwealth Stadium

For the fans that wear red/blue/silver, it simply wasn’t meant to be this season. In order to qualify for the playoffs, the Montreal Alouettes had to win today versus the Edmonton Eskimos, then hope that next week’s games also went according to plan. The Alouettes that took the field today were lead by a veteran … More The 2015 playoff dreams of the Alouettes die at Commonwealth Stadium

Alouettes’ 2015 season is on the line versus the Eskimos

Tomorrow’s game just became the first playoff game for the Birds of Prey. The Montreal Alouettes are officially in a do-or-die situation when they take the field in Edmonton to face the Eskimos. With the win by the BC Lions last night versus the Toronto Argonauts, Montreal needs to win tomorrow in order to keep their … More Alouettes’ 2015 season is on the line versus the Eskimos

Alouettes look to post win #2 at Tim Hortons Field vs. Argos

Instead of taking flight, the Birds of Prey are riding the Via rails in search of their sixth win. In yet another quirky development that can only befall the Canadian Football League, the Montreal Alouettes invade Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton to take on the Toronto Argonauts. That’s right, Montreal is playing a road game and … More Alouettes look to post win #2 at Tim Hortons Field vs. Argos

Tiger-Cats roar past flightless Alouettes in Montreal

Most insurance policies will not cover accidents caused by fire, theft or act of God. So what do we file this claim under? Trainwreck? Yesterday, the Montreal Alouettes had one job on their weekend list; beat the Hamilton Tiger-Cats to slip past the BC Lions and Winnipeg Blue Bombers in order to stake a claim for … More Tiger-Cats roar past flightless Alouettes in Montreal

Can the Alouettes declaw the Tiger-Cats one more time in 2015?

Let’s see how well this insurance policy pays off! The Montreal Alouettes will host the Hamilton Tiger-Cats this Sunday at Percival Molson Stadium and Montreal has season sweep on their minds. After narrowly edging the Tabbies both at home and at Tim Hortons Field earlier this season, the Alouettes are hoping that the third time is … More Can the Alouettes declaw the Tiger-Cats one more time in 2015?