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A Habs homecoming for Greenfield Park native Torrey Mitchell

That roar you might have heard in Montreal just before the NHL’s 3 p.m. trade deadline on March 2 came from across the Champlain Bridge after Greenfield Park native… 1,441 more words

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Rangers' Anthony Duclair a former Gazette Amateur Athlete of the Week

Pointe Claire’s Anthony Duclair played his first NHL game at the Bell Centre on Oct. 25 as a member of the New York Rangers.

The 19-year-old was selected by the Rangers in the third round (80th overall) at the… 797 more words

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Dan Robertson new Habs play-by-play man for TSN Radio 690

TSN Radio 690 announced on Oct. 6, two days before the Canadiens’ season opener in Toronto, that Dan Robertson¬†(photo above) will be the new play-by-play man for Habs games, replacing John Bartlett, who has joined Rogers as the play-by-play man for regional Canadiens games on TV. 1,527 more words

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Former Habs great Doug Harvey honoured with new stamp

Canada Post unveiled new stamps on Oct. 2 honouring six defenceman from the NHL’s Original Six era, including former Canadiens great Doug Harvey.

The other five defencemen being honoured are… 1,191 more words

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Former Hab Bob Gainey now working for St. Louis Blues

It has been almost five years since Bob Gainey stepped down as general manager of the Canadiens, failing to have the same success in that role that he did as a player and captain of the Habs. 1,216 more words

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Obituary: George Shuba was first white player to shake Jackie Robinson's hand with Montreal Royals

Outfielder George Shuba played only 20 games with the Montreal Royals in 1946, but he made a lasting impression.

On April 18, 1946, Jackie Robinson… 1,399 more words

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Impact's Marco Di Vaio among 10 highest-paid players in MLS

According to figures released by the MLS Players Union, Montreal Impact designated-player Marco Di Vaio ranks No. 10 on the list of highest-paid players in the soccer league at $2.6 million. 109 more words

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