Hockey Inside/Out special section

Every month during the hockey season, The Gazette publishes a special Hockey Inside/Out print section. It hit news stands Tuesday, and here are the links to the stories in the section:

Gionta shows captain’s pedigree

Turgeon has found Hab memories: Ian MacDonald

All-star game had stick-swinging start: Dave Stubbs

Laviolette climbs coaching mountain: Red Fisher

Sirois spices discrimination debate: Stephanie Myles

City’s hockey atmosphere envelops Danish rookie: Kevin Mio

Overlooked Shero worthy of Hall

Conditioning critical for Allard: Pat Hickey

JD’s Canadiens fandom never flags: Mike Boone



  1. LA Loyalist says:

    Geez how about we don’t have the funeral before the body is cold?

    There will be a diagnosis and a prognosis and we will cross that bridge when we get to it.

    For the moment we have the cheese steaks to play. focus!

  2. 24 Cups says:

    LMAO, Tommy.  Maybe Subban can cut out the palms of his gloves while we’re at it!

  3. Ian Cobb says:

    Good answer Tommy!

  4. SeriousFan09 says:

    I just mentioned two in the 2nd half of my post, Sundin was definitely going to be a Hab and so was Hossa. Oh well, seems that ‘reliable soruces’ aren’t always reliable.


    – I shall always remember Captain Koivu. Habs and Hockey.

  5. Say Ash says:

    “I remember a few other gems Team 990 gave us over the years”

    I’d love to hear some

  6. Drive_For_25 says:

    I agree. 

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Hockey Inside/Out special section

Our second Hockey Inside/Out section of the year was published in Tuesday’s Gazette. Here are links to the stories from our hockey experts, Red Fisher, Pat Hickey, Dave Stubbs, Mike Boone and Kevin Mio, as well as several other writers.

Red Fisher: Time to reunite Habs’ Punch line
Dave Stubbs:
Padding goalie stats no longer an option
Pat Hickey: Cardiac Habs defy the odds
Mike Boone: Former Leafs fan hooked on HIO
Kevin Mio: Steady as she goes for Bulldogs coach | Full audio of the interview
Ian MacDonald: Napier carries torch for city, Habs
Stephanie Myles: Hockey history lesson

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