Today in Hockey History

January 5, 2011 § Leave a comment

Happy New Year!  It’s been awhile since I’ve posted, I got caught up in the craziness that is the end of the semester and then took a nice relaxing Holiday sabbatical. Anyway, yesterday, whilst sitting in a MacDonald’s parking lot in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, I did a radio interview with CJSW in Calgary, their excellent “Today in Canadian History” series. I was honoured with their first podcast last 1 July talking about the meanings of Canadian Confederation.  Today marks 111 years since the Montréal Canadiens played their first home hockey game, so here I am talking about the importance of the Habs.

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