Welcome to the revamped Hockey Inside/Out Show. Host Adam Susser, panellist Stu Cowan and guests engage in spirited, humorous and good-natured debates centred on the Montreal Canadiens and NHL hockey.

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HI/O Show: Do the Canadiens have enough grit for today’s NHL?

Do the Canadiens have enough sandpaper to go all the way?  On this week’s Hockey Inside/Out Show, our panel — Gazette columnist Stu Cowan, special guest and former Canadien Georges Laraque, and Gazette city editor Louise Solomita — discuss the Canadiens’ toughness as […]

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HI/O Show: Habs goalies seeing plenty of rubber

Why are opponents outshooting the Canadiens, on average, by a 2-1 margin in recent games?  On this week's Hockey Inside/Out Show, our hockey insiders — Gazette columnist Stu Cowan, former


HI/O Show: Too early to declare a winner in Subban/Weber trade?

Is it safe to anoint Canadiens goaltender Carey Price the best in the world at his position? On this week's Hockey Inside/Out Show, our hockey insiders — Gazette columnist Stu


HI/O Show: What should the Canadiens do with Sergachev?

The Canadiens have nine games to decide whether they will keep rookie defenceman Mikhail Sergachev — the club's top draft pick this year — on their roster or return him


HI/O Show: Is Shaw too dirty for the Canadiens?

In effort to add more grit to the club during the off-season, the Canadiens signed forward Andrew Shaw to a six-year US$23.4-million contract. On this week's Hockey Inside/Out Show, our hockey


Puck drops on a new season of the revamped Hockey Inside/Out Show

Please join us for an exciting new season of the revamped Hockey Inside/Out Show featuring a fast-paced format, new features and host/comedian Adam Susser. On this week's HI/O Show


Habs GM Bergevin might put his own job on line by bringing Therrien back

Marc Bergevin is sticking with coach Michel Therrien behind the Canadiens' bench next season. Will that end up hurting the general manager and eventually put his own job on


John Scott saga has a happy ending in sad Canadiens season

It was John Scott — of all people — who gave Canadiens fans something to cheer about as a sad season drew to a close for the club. Scott was


Lack of veteran leadership hurt Canadiens this season

The Canadiens have had a lot of problems this season, including injuries and the medical team's inability to correctly diagnose how long goalie Carey Price would be out


Is there a spot in the future for Mike Brown with Canadiens?

Mike Brown provided a bright spot for the Canadiens in what has been a dismal season when he was named the first star after Tuesday night's surprising 4-3