Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Journeys Into An Architectural History of Hockey Arenas Now and Then

An Architectural History of Hockey Arenas Now and Then

It was interesting to see how some are now describing the soon to close Joe Louis Arena (this is the last season for the Red Wings there) as “old school”. What was once thought of as strikingly modern and sterile is now considered a place of character and charm (in addition to the obvious three Read Article

Posted by: Admin October 18, 20165:59 pm
Friday, January 1, 2016
Journeys Into Dave Stubbs Chats with Doc Emrick

Dave Stubbs Chats with Doc Emrick

Two of my favorites sat down together to talk the other day. Dave Stubbs who writes so beautifully about hockey from today and days past for the Montreal Gazette (especially his moving articles on the likes of Jean Beliveau, Elmer Lach and Dickie Moore) had the chance to interview Mike Emrick, the game’s top broadcaster Read Article

Posted by: Admin January 1, 20165:53 am
Sunday, May 17, 2015
Journeys Into “Every building has at least one good story behind it”

“Every building has at least one good story behind it”

Many of Montreal’s downtown landmarks can boast of historical or architectural significance. But while thousands of people pass these buildings every day — or even work in them — few are aware of their role in the city’s development. Heritage Montreal is hoping to change that with At the Heart of the City, a series Read Article

Posted by: Admin May 17, 20151:24 pm
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Journeys Into Passing: Elmer Lach

Passing: Elmer Lach

Elmer Lach, a Hockey Hall of Fame member who won the Hart Trophy in 1945 while centering the famous “Punch Line” with Maurice Richard and Toe Blake, and helped the Montreal Canadiens win the Stanley Cup three times, died on April 4. Lach was two months past his 97th birthday, at the time of his Read Article

Posted by: Admin April 14, 20158:00 pm