This week’s HIO special section is live

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Editor’s note: Due to some technical difficulties, there was a problem this morning with links to the stories below. The problem has been fixed.

– Stu Cowan

Another great selection of stories this week from Dave Stubbs, Pat Hickey, Brenda Branswell and Kevin Mio.

Here are the links:

Which side are you on in the NHL lockout?

Canadiens GM likes Bulldogs, will now focus on juniors.

Long lockout will end careers, Souray fears.

Plekanec tearing up Czech league.

Another Cole Harbor sensation emerges.

Desjardins out to prove himself again with Bulldogs.

Fans have clout in lockout, but will they use it?

South Shore becomes home to many Habs.

(Photo by David W Cerny/Reuters)

14 Comments

  1. JF says:

    Please fix the links. Right now the section is dead.

  2. JoaquindaPark says:

    Siding with the owners for me is a no-brainier. The last CBA played out well in everyone’s favor from a revenue standpoint. But with salaries climbing anywhere from 80-152% over the course of ten last CBA, it’s shocking to me that players feel they got taken to the cleaners. You may not invite Bettman to your XMas party but give credit where it is due. Revenue have grown and so has players welfare.
    Suck it up and sign Guys, and look forward to another several years of growth.

  3. Habitted says:

    Looks like some of these links are dead… (pleks and cole harbor stories at least…)
    @habitted

  4. DorvalTony says:

    Worst. Anniversary. Ever. — Michelle Obama

  5. commandant says:

    AHL rosters filled with guys who should be in the NHL.

    ECHL rosters filled with AHL regulars

    and on it goes.

    Go Habs Go!
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    http://lastwordonsports.com/

  6. The Little Viking says:

    Looks like Ian Schultz is on his way out.

  7. Muckbringer says:

    Whats better than preseason Habs. Preseason up north at any time with nothing to do.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-pSZMzVOcSs

    Conan: Almost 20 years of pitiless cumber! No rest, no sleep like other men. And yet the spring wind blows, Subotai. Have you ever felt such a wind?
    Subotai: They blow where I live too. In the north of every man’s heart.
    Conan: It’s never too late, Subotai.
    Subotai: No. It would only lead me back here another day. In even worse company.
    Conan: For us, there is no spring. Just the wind that smells fresh before the storm.

  8. JohnBellyful says:

    Good night.
    Good morning.


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