Article posted on Tuesday 04 May - 04:32 EDT
The 2021 CFL season and 2021-22 NLL season both face delays. However, the delays should help the leagues succeed in 2021 after both leagues cancelled their previous season.
Article posted on Wednesday 12 December - 03:55 EST
It was the Calgary Stampeders
' time to silence the doubters. Despite ghosts of Grey Cup's past, the Stamps delivered on the promise as a favourite to win the 2018 Grey Cup. This was their second chip under the Bo Levi Mitchell
era and a dynasty they are becoming. But again, history isn't on Calgary's side for a repeat hence why 2018 Grey Cup Odds are almost even. We take a look.
Article posted on Monday 12 November - 16:07 EST
The road to the 2018 CFL Grey Cup continues on Sunday, November 18th with the eastern and western division finals. After a big win over the Lions, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats travel to meet the division-leading Redblacks in Ottawa. Out west, the CFL-best Calgary Stampeders host the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, who overcame a 53-year curse to finally win a playoff game in Regina. Sports betting sites
show the Stampeders as favorites, but the Blue Bombers resilience make them an attractive underdog to win the west.
Article posted on Friday 07 September - 05:04 EDT
It's the midway mark of the 2018 CFL season and as Grey Cup odds would have it, the usual suspects are once again the Calgary Stampeders. The league-leading Stamps are putting on another clinic as they are now way ahead according to bookmakers. But as the previous Grey Cups have proven, the regular season means nothing. The Stamps could finally cash out or it could be another underdog.
Article posted on Wednesday 13 June - 09:13 EDT
Stacked again, as it has been for the past few seasons, the Canadian Football League West Division is home to several Grey Cup contenders. One look at the Bodog futures betting board confirms that as four of the top five favorites play west of Ontario. Will Calgary or Edmonton claim the Cup on Province soil? Can Winnipeg, Saskatchewan or BC rise up? The West battle is going to be brilliant.
Article posted on Tuesday 12 June - 09:02 EDT
Embarking on a long journey, to the 106th Grey Cup Championship, a new Canadian Football League season begins when Winnipeg hosts Edmonton on June 14, 2018. Checking CFL Championship futures, at CSB top ranked online sportsbooks, Toronto and Hamilton are early mid-favorites while Ottawa and Montreal are big underdogs. Here we look at the title chances for each team.
Article posted on Friday 16 February - 04:36 EST
Late in 2017, several reports broke out of a potential tenth CFL team by way of Atlantic Canada namely Halifax. This proposed expansion team has since started gaining steam with a social media campaign and several team designs. It may take a more intensive process with plenty of roadblocks, but like the Ottawa REDBLACKS, the CFL will eventually come to Atlantic Canada. We break down how this affects the league.
Article posted on Tuesday 23 January - 17:12 EST
Three months into the CFL offseason and we have our first pair of league-shaking headliners: the Hamilton Tiger-Cats traded quarterback Zach Collaros to the Saskatchewan Roughriders while they courted former Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel. It's a bold move and we break down how these quarterback changes potentially affect both teams and conferences and if "Johnny Football" has what it takes to make it in the CFL.
Article posted on Tuesday 08 August - 12:21 EDT
Popular video games like Madden NFL and NBA 2K offer a way for fans to live out their championship dreams through interactive media. These games also serve as a marketing platform for the NFL and NBA, spreading the gospel of sport through digital means. When Canuck Play president David Winter approached the Canadian Football League with a plan for Canadian Football 2017, he didn’t expect the league to respond with aggressive disinterest in a product that would benefit everyone involved in the CFL.
Article posted on Friday 29 July - 20:05 EDT
Canadian Football League Week Six action is our free pick focus as we preview and predict the BC Lions versus Calgary Stampeders clash tonight. This is a battle for first place in the CFL West Division as these rivals meet for the second time this season. Facts are fact and the Stampeders let one get away as they dropped a 20-18 decision to the Lions during Week One action. Kickoff is slated for 10:00 PM ET on July 29, 2016, at McMahon Stadium in Calgary, Alberta.