We’ll still keep an eye on all things Habby.
And once Boone has recovered from the Canadiens’ seventh-game loss to Boston – he’s been curled up in the fetal position, sobbing uncontrollably, since Wednesday night; it can’t last forever – he’ll be live-blogging some meaningful playoff games and cheering for teams that employ McGill University alumni as coaches and/or include Canadiens alumni on their rosters (a Detroit-Vancouver Western Conference final could be problematic).
Watch this space for details.
Stu Hackel, maven of all NHL matters, will still be aboard. And we’ll post links to good hockey stories from all over.
There may not be much Canadiens news before the June draft. Pierre Gauthier has some big decisions to make, but he’s not the kind of guy – Hello, Burkie! – who shares his hopes, dreams and strategies with the media. We’ll keep our eyes, ears and the microphone we’ve planted in his office open.
At minimum, Hockey Inside/Out will continue to provide a forum for you to tell Gauthier and Jacques Martin how to do their jobs.
How many sleeps till training camp?
• Red Fisher: Gauthier has tough choices to make
• Arpon Basu on the Gomez situation
• François Gagnon’s open letter to Gauthier
• Boone on hockey and the royal wedding
• Mathias Brunet on the D
• Just because he’s a great writer, Stephen Brunt’s Requiem for Boxing
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