Mike Boone discusses new role with Melnick


The Gazette’s Mike Boone, who is moving full time to the newspaper’s sports department in September, recently spoke with Mitch Melnick at the Team 990 to discuss his new role and what it means for his loyal readers.

The former city columnist discusses what his new role will be and what it will be like working with Pat Hickey, Red Fisher and Dave Stubbs on a full-time basis.

And, this being Montreal, Melnick and Boone also discussed line combinations and what they expect the big stories to be this season.

http://gazblogs.com/habsinsideout-files/2011 August 22/Boone990.mp3


  1. Julie H says:

    Way to go, Mr. Boone 🙂

    ♪Your cares and troubles are gone. There’ll be no more from now on. From now on happy days are here again, the skies above are so clear again. So let’s sing a song of cheer again. Happy times, happy nights, happy days are here again♪

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  3. Prax says:

    You know it’s a slow news day (week (month (summer))) when Boone makes the news on HIO 😛

  4. Habitant in Surrey says:

    …as a city writer, I thought you wrote gruel Booneski
    …as an entertaining commentator providing a Fan’s perspective of the most historic and significant hockey franchise in the world, You are non-pareil
    …just stay away from ‘the You know what’ …(and, between You & I Mike, You KNOW I’m NOT talkin’ ’bout da hash-bong)

    Habitant means PASSIONATE HOCKEY

  5. Bripro says:

    100%. Good for you Mike.

  6. punkster says:

    Good stuff Mike.

    ***Subbang Baby!!!***

  7. HabinBurlington says:

    Nice listen, loved the silent treatment you got Boone! Then the gong. Congrats again.

    • secretdragonfly says:

      Right, gong, not bong. I think your unique perspective is going to be missed on the city beat, Mr. Boone but the commentariat will be the richer for your full-time addition to the sports department.

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