Penguins pioneer Binkley had Habs roots

Les Binkley
This Penguin had Canadiens connections

Les Binkley was the Pittsburgh

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Wings’ Babcock in famous McGill footsteps

Mike Babcock
Will he wear his McGill tie?
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From our good friend, Earl (The Pearl) Zukerman, of McGill University, the hardest-working collegiate sports

Coach Therrien four wins from Stanley Cup

Then-Habs coach Michel Therrien at the Molson Centre in the fall of 2002. Therrien has led the Pittsburgh Penguins to this season's Stanley Cup Final.
Richard Arless Jr.,

Playoff Pool Update

Taxman and mrstewart61 are well in front of the pack, leading with 221 points apiece. Robert L (214 points), 24 Cups (213 points), and m00ks (215 points)

In praise of Bob Gainey

XM Radio reporter and hockey blogger Eric Engels offers this look at the work of Canadiens GM Bob Gainey. Surely Inside/Out readers have a comment or

New slogan for Flyers: Vengeance Later

Remember the "Vengeance Now" slogan the Philadelphia Flyers used during the first two rounds of the playoffs, including their five-game, second-round victory over the Canadiens? Well,

Canadiens sign Ryan White

Ryan White
Three-year deal (Photo courtesy hitmenhockey.com)

Canadiens announced today they have signed centre Ryan White to a three-year contract.

A native of Brandon who

Brunnstrom chooses Stars: report

TSN is reporting that Swedish sensation Fabian Brunnstrom has chosen the Dallas Stars as his NHL home, leaving the Canadiens, whom he visited late in their

Update: Sanity rules over arena music flap

A prominent French publisher is insisting that the Canadiens play more francophone music during their Bell Centre games.

But the Quebec government said yesterday it's not going

Playoff Pool: Conference Finals Update

Even though the 2008 NHL playoffs have only 4 teams remaining, the Habs Inside/Out playoff pool is still anyone’s game. The top 150 fantasy teams are separated by