Historic Habs programs hit the auction block.
A player complaining about his coach is really nothing new, in Montreal though Andre Kostitsysn's comments released the hounds.
Ben's Grandpa gets in his two cents on hockey analysis. Please do not be offended by the potential typos.
Jacques Lemaire is (in)famous to modern hockey fans as a coach, but back in the day he was a pretty fair hockey player.
The Parade Sportive series initially ran in the1930's to sponsor interviews on radio station CKAC. From 1943 to 1948, the series was revived and featured many sporting figures aside from hockey and were handed out by Montreal radio station CHLP. The earlier photo's are in red, and later reproductions are in black and white for the later series.
Back in November of 1932, then Canadiens owners Leo Dandurand and Joe Cattarinich claimed they would not sell their club for $300,000 in the midst of the Depression, if offered the money. Two years earlier, in 1930, they had turned down an official offer of $600,000 by an unamed American consortium.
Conrad Poirier was a photographer who snapped thousands of very well known photos between 1936 and 1946 from many regions across the province of Quebec. Whether shooting outdoor scenes of...