Former Canadiens fixture Gilles Tremblay excelled as a player and broadcaster

By Stu Hackel

Former Canadiens left winger Gilles Tremblay, who passed away Wednesday at age 75, played on four Stanley Cup winners in Montreal – but he also became a Hall of Fame-caliber broadcaster. More

November 24, 2014 Digital Edition

November 24, 2014 Digital Edition

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