KG to Montreal: Als making a desperate push for playoffs

Desperate times call for desperate measures. Sitting on the cusp of a playoff spot, Alouettes GM/Head Coach Jim Popp decided that in order to salvage the season, he needed a quarterback with experience to lead this team. So who better to call on than the man who’s best known league-wide as the CFL’s best insurance … More KG to Montreal: Als making a desperate push for playoffs

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Sixty minutes were not enough for the Montreal Alouettes

If you’re going to lose, you may as well entertain the masses while doing so. Yesterday afternoon, while many Canadians gorged themselves on turkey and all the fixings, the Montreal Alouettes did all they could to get this season back on track. The Toronto Argonauts were the only thing that stood in the way of their … More Sixty minutes were not enough for the Montreal Alouettes

Alouettes face Argonauts in crucial divisional showdown

On a day where people reflect on how thankful they are for what they have, the Montreal Alouettes look to avoid serving up a turkey to their fans. On the mountain Monday afternoon, the Toronto Argonauts will visit for the first and only time in 2015. They’ve had their trials and tribulations but they’ve faced … More Alouettes face Argonauts in crucial divisional showdown

RedBlacks leave Alouettes black and blue, sweep season series

Even though Halloween is still 29 days away, there was a horror movie being shown yesterday in the city of Ottawa. The Montreal Alouettes present: A Nightmare on Bank St. A sinister figure invaded the playoff dreams of the Alouettes. Instead of Freddy Krueger and his razor claw hand it was RedBlacks QB Henry Burris, … More RedBlacks leave Alouettes black and blue, sweep season series

Underdog Alouettes look for redemption versus RedBlacks

Two games in five days? It’s just another testing of the resolve for the Birds of Prey. Tomorrow, the Montreal Alouettes will make their second trip to the nation’s capital to face the Ottawa RedBlacks and nobody likes their chances of walking out of TD Place with a win. This Alouettes team had a golden … More Underdog Alouettes look for redemption versus RedBlacks

Alouettes drown in the Roughriders’ Sea of Green

I thought I had a hard time trying to write my previous column, as I didn’t think yesterday’s game would be interesting. But trying to explain what did transpire has proved to be even more difficult. The Montreal Alouettes had a chance to even their season record and add to the misery of the Saskatchewan … More Alouettes drown in the Roughriders’ Sea of Green

Alouettes look to give Saskatchewan yet another Rough Ride

Truth be told, trying to find something exciting to write about for this particular match has been quite the feat. Tomorrow, the Montreal Alouettes will be in Regina to take on the Saskatchewan Roughriders. In years previous, this has always been an exciting match. Buoyed by these two teams meeting in the Grey Cup in … More Alouettes look to give Saskatchewan yet another Rough Ride

Alouettes return from bye week, manhandle Blue Bombers in every way possible

Sunday is often referred to as the Lord’s Day. Yesterday, with the sun shining on top of a mountain that is adorned with a giant cross, the Montreal Alouettes faithful got to partake in a mass gathering to celebrate their belief in JC. Except in this case, JC stood for Jonathan Crompton. The man who … More Alouettes return from bye week, manhandle Blue Bombers in every way possible

An ALSternative Look at the New CFL/Adidas Partnership

It was rumoured for several months now and it was made official this past Monday; Adidas will become the official outfitter of the Canadian Football League and all nine of its teams effective the 2016 season. For most this was hardly a surprise, as Adidas had acquired Reebok some time ago and the Reebok brand … More An ALSternative Look at the New CFL/Adidas Partnership