Gilles Tremblay

Former Canadien Gilles Tremblay dead at age 75

ShareROBERTO ROCHA MONTREAL GAZETTE Gilles Tremblay, who shone as a left-winger for the Canadiens in the 1960s, and later as a hockey commentator, died Wednesday at the age of 75. Tremblay was one of 12 children from the small paper-mill town […]

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