Roy lacks class that Canadiens value so highly

The beleaguered legacy of Patrick Roy suffered another hit during an infamous junior hockey brawl in Quebec. Story

Updated: March 26, 2008, 4:36 PM ET
By Gare Joyce | Special to Page 2

Two nights. The first, a tribute, brought memories of the Montreal Canadiens' dream teams of the '70s. The other, a brawl, was one of hockey's recurring nightmares.

A few weeks back, the Canadiens honored Bob Gainey, their former captain and current general manager. The Canadiens specialize in these gala evenings. Fourteen Montreal players have had their numbers retired. On this night, Gainey took a sentimental skate around the rink wearing his No. 23 -- for the fans, the city and ...

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