Greg FrersGreg played in the Canadian Football League as an all-star safety for 10 years, and was a two-time Grey Cup champion with the Calgary Stampeders. He retired from the CFL after the 2002 season, and later joined CBC Sports as a football analyst. Greg currently lives in Vancouver with his wife Lisa and their three boys.
Calgary has won three straight to remain atop our CFL power rankings, but Edmonton remains No. 2 after slotback Adarius Bowman caught six passes in Sunday's win over Saskatchewan for a new team mark for receptions in a season at 107. more »
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats signed international running back Nic Grigsby on Tuesday. The five-foot-11, 195-pound Grigsby started 14 games this season for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, rushing for 744 yards and eight TDs while adding 55 catches for 444 yards and a touchdown. more »
The Edmonton Oilers are improving — but they're still struggling with defensive lapses. Ben Scrivens made 32 stops as the Oilers won their second game in a row, handing the Capitals their first loss in regulation this season with a 3-2 victory over Washington on Wednesday. more »
The Penguins organization showed that they are all class by honouring those impacted by Wednesday's tragic events in Ottawa. They included the Canadian national anthem in their pregame ceremony. more »