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Pat Quinn Way would be fitting tribute to hockey legend

Since Pat Quinn paved the road to success for the Vancouver Canucks, radio personality Tom Mayenknecht feels it only makes sense to name a street after the late hockey boss. 334 more words

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Brian Burke: 'We all wanted to be like Pat Quinn, but there was only one Pat Quinn'

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

Calgary Flames

Pat Quinn

The late great Pat Quinn has sadly passed away on November the 25th from a lengthy illness that he was battling for a long time. Pat was a former hockey player, head coach, owner etc. 363 more words

HI/O Show: Ron Reusch joins the panel this week to talk about the billion-dollar Canadiens

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

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Canadiens' P.K. Subban fondly remembers Pat Quinn coaching him at world juniors

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

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Vancouver Honors Hockey Legend Pat Quinn With A Wonderful Rendition Of 'Danny Boy'

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

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Don Cherry remembers Pat Quinn as an old-school coach beloved by players

TORONTO — Don Cherry remembers Pat Quinn as an old-school coach with a special way about him. 139 more words

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