Sunday, November 13, 2016
Journeys Into Claude Provost: An All-Time Great

Claude Provost: An All-Time Great

Put this in the category of the overlooked. Remember when Bob Gainey was described by  Red Army and Soviet National Team coach Viktor Tikhonov as technically the world’s best hockey player. Deservedly Bob Gainey is enshrined in the Hockey Hall of Fame. But before Bob Gainey there was Claude Provost. Provost played 15 years in Read Article

Posted by: Admin November 13, 20163:28 am
Saturday, November 12, 2016
Journeys Into Pat Quinn Remembered with HHOF Induction

Pat Quinn Remembered with HHOF Induction

Pat Quinn is being  posthumously inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in recognition of a long and distinguished career. He was a presence in the game – making a diffrence where he landed – from Vancouver, L.A., Philadelpia, Edmonton as well as Toronto and Team Canada – be it in the front office or Read Article

Posted by: Admin November 12, 20161:47 am
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Journeys Into Hockey Hall of Fame’s First Inductees

Hockey Hall of Fame’s First Inductees

No, Babe Ruth did not play hockey. This picture is of the first indcutees into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. With a new group having been indcuted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto the other night, it got us to thinking about hockey’s first inductees. I did not come across a Read Article

Posted by: Admin November 10, 201511:35 pm
Friday, August 28, 2015
Journeys Into Passing: Al Arbour

Passing: Al Arbour

We are saddened by the passing of Al Arbour, an all-time great NHL coach and member of the Hockey Hall of Fame. Arbour, who combined old-school discipline with forward-thinking creativity to produce a modern sports dynasty with four straight Stanley Cup titles, died on August 28 after a long illness. He was 82. More from Read Article

Posted by: Admin August 28, 20155:28 pm
Monday, April 27, 2015
Journeys Into Passing: Marcel Pronovost

Passing: Marcel Pronovost

  Marcel Pronovost, a Hockey Hall of Fame member who won the Stanley Cup five times as a player and three times as a scout, died on April 26. He was 84 years old. Pronovost had 345 points in 1,206 games in 21 seasons as a defenseman with the Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs. Read Article

Posted by: Admin April 27, 20157:21 pm