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A real spark each time he goes on the ice, Mario Tremblay was an important part of the great dynasty of the 1970s of the Montreal Canadiens. THE "Bionic Blueberry" was an obscure hero of the four consecutive Stanley Cup conquests of 1975 to 1979 by the Habs. He never had cold feet and he decided to hang up his skates after more than 800 games and amassed more than 1,000 penalty minutes at the end of the 1985-1986 season, where he added a fifth championship ring to his collection.

Following his playing career, Tremblay brought his traditional ardor and his energy which were wont on skates to the media world as a radio host for a few years. Having always had the CH tattooed on his heart, he returned to the great family of the Canadians in 1995 when he was appointed head coach of his former team, a position he kept for two seasons.

After a few years of absence in the big league, Tremblay received a call from his former teammate, the legendary Jacques Lemaire, to support him behind the expansion team bench of the Minnesota Wild. Tremblay lent a hand to his former sidekick as an assistant for seven seasons in Minnesota and then another in New Jersey with the Devils before stepping down as a coach at the end of the 2009-2010 season.

The Alma native returned to the media fold for a second time in over a decade, notably in the employ of RDS and Cogeco, where he became a prominent figure in the landscape Quebec media with its colorful and straightforward style. Always comfortable in front of the cameras, Tremblay was also part of Uber Eats' advertising campaign in 2021, during the big reconciliation with his former player and teammate, Patrick Roy.

The beginning of a hostile relationship, during this famous December 2, 1995.

The reconciliation, 26 years later, orchestrated by the MVP Group!

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