Clock strikes midnight for the Montreal Alouettes’ Cinderella season

It seems almost poetic that there is a good chance that the next owner(s) of the Montreal Alouettes made their bones in Hollywood as film/TV producers. One look at the 2019 season for this team and you almost wonder if it was scripted by one of Tinseltown’s great storytellers. Imagine a script writer penning this … More Clock strikes midnight for the Montreal Alouettes’ Cinderella season

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The Montreal Alouettes fought hard and gave everything they had, but their hopes of winning the eighth Grey Cup in franchise history were laid to rest in the Steel City this past Sunday. Losing 40-24 to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, the Alouettes nearly wrote a storybook ending to what was a tumultuous 2014 season. But the … More The ALSternative

The ALSternative

One group of felines have been de-clawed. It’s now time to make it two! The Montreal Alouettes ensured that they will continue to play at least one more football game with their impressive 50-17 win this past Sunday. Their reward for pummeling the BC Lions? A free trip to Hamilton, where they will play the … More The ALSternative

The ALSternative

Absolutely no one saw this coming. NO ONE. Even as I type this, I still find myself in a state of shock. During yesterday’s CFL Eastern Semi-Final the Montreal Alouettes, a team that started the 2014 season at 1-7 and was left for dead by many pundits, came out and completely obliterated the BC Lions … More The ALSternative

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Ladies and gentleman, welcome to the Canadian Football League’s second season! The first stop on the road to the 102nd Grey Cup is Percival Molson Stadium where the Montreal Alouettes will host the BC Lions this Sunday at 1pm. If you’re wonder why Vancouver’s football team is playing in Montreal, you can thank the CFL’s … More The ALSternative