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Few players look forward to tiptoeing into the coach’s office, rarely the setting of warmth.
But a trip to Pat Quinn’s lair was quite different. 835 more words
Longtime hockey broadcaster Ron Reusch joins columnists Jack Todd, Dave Stubbs and sports editor/host Stu Cowan on the panel for this week’s HI/O Show on the Montreal Gazette’s hockeyinsideout.com website to discuss the Canadiens becoming a billion-dollar team with the best record in the NHL a quarter of the way through the season. 90 more words
P.K. Subban said he can still recall Pat Quinn saying: “Subban, get that spin-a-rama out of your repertoire.”
Quinn, who died Sunday night in Vancouver at age 71 after a lengthy illness, was the coach of the Canadian team that won the 2009 World Junior Hockey Championship in Ottawa and Subban said the veteran coach made a strong impression on him. 191 more words
I get that most of you don’t watch hockey and probably don’t know or care who Pat Quinn is. But he’s a hockey legend, a guy who had been around the game for five decades. 82 more words
TORONTO — Don Cherry remembers Pat Quinn as an old-school coach with a special way about him. 139 more words