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Scotty Bowman has ‘Hockey’s Biggest Brain?’ I would certainly think so

I can only suggest that the Montreal Gazette's Stu Cowan's report about an assessment made by the Hockey News yields a sound endorsement:

The Hockey News has come out with a new book titled Biggest of Everything in Hockey and there is some Canadiens content in it.

Former Canadiens coach Scotty Bowman earns the Biggest Brain title after winning nine Stanley Cups as a coach with three different teams. No other NHL coach has won more than two.

Wayne Fish of The Hockey News asked Pierre McGuire, who was an assistant under Bowman with the Pittsburgh Penguins when they won the Stanley Cup in 1992 and is now an analyst with NBC, what he learned from Bowman.

Cowan continues and notes the Canadiens' connections

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