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Mayor Denis Coderre tweeted a comment that went something like “so when is David Desharnais going to be sent to Hamilton?” Immediately, Max Paccioretyy chimed in to say that his tweet is inappropriate. Coach Michel Therrien made a similar comment.
The first month of the 2013-2014 NHL season is done with and it didn’t take much for me to burst a brain vessel. And when I say it didn’t take much, I mean it literally in the form of diminutive forward David Desharnais.
Ryan White, the player who managed to start last season as a fan favorite but then became an unwanted player by the fans.
Our friend David E. Stein recently interviewed Francois Allaire about goaltending and the stresses that come with playing such an important position. Among other things, he discusses how difficult playing with a big contract can be, and the expectations therein, as well as what he feels is wrong with Montreal Canadiens’ netminder, Carey Price.
I can’t remember a more confusing and perplexing season when it comes to evaluating the play of the Montreal Canadiens and judging the end results of the season they just had in this 2013 edition of a lockout shortened schedule.
After watching and rewatching Game 3 of the Habs vs. Sens, I am neither disgusted nor ashamed of my Habs for there performance. Yes I can admit that we did get beat in most of the fights and got smoked in the score, but that is going to be just a small bump in the road for the overall playoff picture.
The Habs have now seen this type of total meltdown one too many times since clinching a playoff spot in early April of this shortened season. This is a very worrisome sign for the rest of the series against the Sens, it suggests, the series is pretty much over. Why so ?? Well, you are asking for a massive turnaround in effort and execution to take place. Or even more unlikely, a major letdown by a Sens team growing in confidence with their own play as the series progresses.
The news was not good and the prospects looked super grim for Therrien’s troops heading into Game #2 of the first round playoff series against the boys from Walrus country.
The following blog was submitted by Gerry Goto, one of Montreal Hockey Talk’s most loyal listeners. You can follow Gerry on Twitter @Cain93. Shortly after the cataclysmic events of the […]
The following thoughts are those of Habs’ fan extraordinaire Patrick Scebba, who wanted to get a few thoughts about the NHL lockout off his chest: Fans all over the world […]
Welcome back home Mr. Bergevin, After quickly scrolling through your Wikipedia page, I see you have management experience with a successful organization in the new NHL, along with an extensive […]
I was sitting at a bar in Dulles International Airport awaiting a transfer after a weekend of debauchery in New Orleans with a few of my best buds when I […]
Even though the Habs are having a bad season, sitting third to last in the NHL with a 26-32-10 record, there is one player that is have an outstanding year. […]
Ok, so the Montreal Canadiens are having a season to forget. They are sitting at last place in the Eastern Conference with a 25-31-10 record. Right now, the Habs need […]
December 16th, 2011 and the Habs, despite constant bi-polar, head scratching performances game in and game out somehow manage to maintain a fragile share of 7th place in the East […]
(warning: The following article that you are about to read is intended purely as satire and contains absolute bullshit. May cause blindness, impotence, and sad feelings. This is perfectly normal.) […]
It’s fair to say that Price wasn’t necessarily at his best when the season started, and who could blame him. It can be a trying task for any man to […]
I’ve always loved my Habs, never wavering through thick and thin. Which is saying something. You see, I was born and raised out west in sunny Kamloops, B.C., and if […]
Two teams are competing for hockey’s ultimate prize, the Stanley Cup. Vancouver and Boston have made it to the Stanley Cup finals and all it takes is 4 wins. […]
Unlike the rest of the world, February is the time for making lists and checking them twice in professional hockey. While normal people are recovering with egg nog hangovers and […]
Written by Devon Maxwell: It’s no secret that the Montreal Canadiens are the most successful franchise in professional hockey. In fact, its only in the past 20 years that they […]
Alexandre Picard has been the Montreal Canadiens’ best defenceman so far this year. A bold statement? Perhaps, but I am prepared to back up my words and prove my case. […]
Jacques Martin speaks both English and French. I know because I have heard him. But yet he continues to try to communicate with the Montreal Canadiens’ players in cryptic messages […]
We as sports fans, often forget our favorite teams are not only there to win championships, but to generate profit as well. An NHL franchise is just like any other […]