The Chicago Blackhawks Scandal

Grayson Berkowitz '25 and Kai Foulidis '25 Contributors In May of 2021, a lawsuit was filed against the Chicago Blackhawks. Kyle Beach, a former professional hockey player on the 2010 Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup Championship team, filed this lawsuit for claims of mishandling his 2010 sexual assault report.   In May of 2010, two Blackhawks players told skills Coach Paul Vincent that video Coach Brad Aldrich had sexually assaulted multiple players. Vincent went straight to the General Manager, Stan Bowman, and Team President, John McDonough. He... Continue Reading →

A Costa Rican Experience

Julian Brennan '24 Contributor The Canadian Men’s National Soccer Team defeated Costa Rica 1-0 on November 12, 2021, coming one step closer to qualifying for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. With 48,800 fans in attendance, an exuberance filled Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Alberta.   I was privileged to drive to Edmonton to attend the match, as well as visit some family. The stadium was filled with the cool... Continue Reading →

Canada in FIFA World Cup Qualification

Caleb Pereira '23 and Nicholas Mikowaz' 25 Sorts Editor and contributor Canada has only ever qualified for one World Cup, but a second appearance looks to be on the horizon. Amidst a golden generation of players like LOSC (Lille Olympique Sporting Club) striker Jonathan David, and Bayern Munich left-back Alphonso Davies, Canada has become one of the strongest teams in North American soccer. ... Continue Reading →

St. Paul’s Represented in the WHL Draft

Luke Perrett '24 Contributor On December 9, 2021, the Western Hockey League (WHL) will hold its annual bantam draft. This year, teams will select players born in 2006. With 22 teams and 15 rounds of drafting, the lives of over 300 young men will change for the near future. Among the group of draft prospects is St. Paul’s Jacob Armstrong.   Armstrong ’24 currently plays goaltender for the U17 Winnipeg Wild and has a top... Continue Reading →

The Historic Cru Puck B Season

Luke Perrett '24 Contributor Sitting high in their division, the St. Paul’s B team has been taking the league by storm. Their rank has skyrocketed due to the outstanding goaltending of Ron Cailo, with league-leading records of 5-0-1 and a 1.81 GAA. As of December 5, 2021, the Crusaders are eleven games into the season. Along the way, the team has had some significant events.  For the first time, advanced stats are being recorded and... Continue Reading →

The Blue Bombers Regular Season Review

Sawyer Ramsay '24 Contributor Two years ago, Winnipeg Blue Bomber fans were ecstatic when the Manitoba team took home their first Grey Cup since 1990. This year, the Bombers have dominated throughout their regular season with a near-perfect score and a solid lineup.   This incredible season saw the Blue Bombers finish with a record of eleven wins and three losses. The Bombers played excellent on offence with many of their games being one-sided. It... Continue Reading →

2021-22 Winnipeg Jets Preview

Luke Perrett ‘24 Contributor Winnipeg Jets General Manager Kevin Cheveldayoff has made several acquisitions during the off-season, including improvement on the blue line. Despite this, the Jets are left with two major questions: Who will be the fourth-line center and who will backup Connor Hellebuyck?  The Jets’ top six appear to be solid, boasting a... Continue Reading →

Schools and E-Sports

Lachlan Compton '25 Contributor Saint Paul’s should have an e-sports club. Not only would this provide students with a COVID-19-friendly activity, but e-sports are becoming an increasingly lucrative career possibility. For one, this could increase our ability to pursue scholarships in America universities. According to the National Association of Collegiate E-Sports, the largest member-based association... Continue Reading →

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