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Bronx33
01-08-2007, 02:56 PM
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Disco Man
01-08-2007, 03:30 PM
The recent skid of dropping 6 of the last 8 might have something to do with several key members of the team suffering from the flu. With a solid 51 points right now and Monday off the club will get after it again on Tue. at home vs Atlanta.

Bronx33
01-09-2007, 05:44 PM
MONTREAL (CP) - While the Montreal Canadiens stayed home Monday with several players still recovering from a virus, the Atlanta Thrashers took over their rink for a 90-minute practice.

"The Bell Centre ghosts aren't contagious," Thrashers coach Bob Hartley quipped when asked if he was worried about the virus spreading to his club.

Atlanta is on a 1-2-2 skid and has blown third-period leads in its last two games, so Hartley wanted his team on the ice ahead of a meeting with the Canadiens on Tuesday night.

Montreal is on a season-high three-game losing streak, which may be due in part to a gastro-intestinal virus that affected several players in the past five days.

The bug first bit the team during a 5-1 loss last Thursday night in Washington, where the Capitals had several players hit by a stomach virus during a four-game losing run in the last week of December.

The Canadiens cancelled practice on Friday because five players had the illness. Two others, forwards Saku Koivu and Guillaume Latendresse, missed a 4-3 loss to the New York Rangers and centre Tomas Plekanec sat out a 3-0 loss Sunday to the New Jersey Devils.

Many other players played despite feeling weak. Head coach Guy Carbonneau told all his players to stay home Monday to recover.

"The Canadiens had a tough week because players were sick," said Hartley. "But we know they'll be ready.

"It's a tough situation for a coach when you don't know who will be able to play."

Disco Man
01-09-2007, 05:50 PM
They looked "sick" Sunday vs the Devils

Disco Man
01-09-2007, 10:26 PM
Ok back on track with a 4-2 win over Atlanta, game was all tied up at 2 about halfway into the 3rd. Got to watch the game with the French broadcasters on the call, a little odd but worth it when that's the only feed you can pick up! Next......Thursday on the road at Philly.

Disco Man
01-10-2007, 10:56 AM
http://www.canadiens.com/eng/interactive/wallpaper.cfm
Some cool wallpaper for the Habs fan

GSRelyea
01-10-2007, 12:24 PM
Going up to the game v.s Senators on Feb 10th. Looking forward to a little hockey, casino and maybe some Tres Jolie??

Disco Man
01-10-2007, 01:39 PM
Going up to the game v.s Senators on Feb 10th. Looking forward to a little hockey, casino and maybe some Tres Jolie??

I'll be going to the game in Nashville when the Habs are there in Feb.

Disco Man
01-10-2007, 01:43 PM
Going up to the game v.s Senators on Feb 10th. Looking forward to a little hockey, casino and maybe some Tres Jolie??

Take some pics & put em' on this thread!!!!!!!!!!!!!

24champ
01-10-2007, 02:56 PM
Hated the Canadians ever since 1993...

Disco Man
01-10-2007, 04:52 PM
Hated the Canadians ever since 1993...

Kings fan????

ol number 7
01-10-2007, 04:57 PM
Take some pics & put em' on this thread!!!!!!!!!!!!!

My favorite Canadians were JC Trambley , Beliveau, Roy, John Furguson
and Lefluer.:notworthy

I have an autographed Jacques Lappierere puck from when I met him at the Adams Mark

24champ
01-10-2007, 05:01 PM
Kings fan????

Yeah, I still think we could have won the damn thing if it weren't for marty's stick.

Disco Man
01-10-2007, 05:16 PM
Yeah, I still think we could have won the damn thing if it weren't for marty's stick.

The King's had more talent that year no doubt. I don't like the guy or how he left Montreal but Roy was a big reason.

Disco Man
01-11-2007, 09:07 AM
At Philly Thursday night!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 7pm eastern 5pm mountain

Disco Man
01-11-2007, 10:27 PM
Solid 4-2 win tonight over the Flyers on the road as Higgins gets the game winner and Peter the great makes his comeback after missing some games.http://www.canadiens.com/eng/stats/redirect.cfm?sectionID=habsCurrentGameBoxScore.cfm&nhlgameID=653&gameTypeID=2&seasonID=3908
Next up Saturday vs Ottawa @ 12:00 mountain 2:00 eastern

Bronx33
01-12-2007, 01:14 PM
Solid 4-2 win tonight over the Flyers on the road as Higgins gets the game winner and Peter the great makes his comeback after missing some games.http://www.canadiens.com/eng/stats/redirect.cfm?sectionID=habsCurrentGameBoxScore.cfm&nhlgameID=653&gameTypeID=2&seasonID=3908
Next up Saturday vs Ottawa @ 12:00 mountain 2:00 eastern


So ya beatup a kid in the wheelchair....;D

Disco Man
01-13-2007, 12:30 AM
So ya beatup a kid in the wheelchair....;D

Wrong..we beat up the entire team

Disco Man
01-14-2007, 11:26 AM
Saturday afternoon was ugly vs Ottawa, 8-3 blowout loss. Team still looked like they had the flu. We lace em up again on Monday night vs the Red Wings and the game is on national tv with the VS network showing the game.http://www.canadiens.com/eng/news/redirect.cfm?sectionID=habsNewsDetails.cfm&newsItemID=5559

Disco Man
01-16-2007, 10:40 AM
Another bad performance on Monday night in Detroit with a 2-0 loss at Detroit. Back at it Tuesday in Montreal vs Canucks Tuesday @ 5:30 mountain time.

ol number 7
01-16-2007, 05:39 PM
Another bad performance on Monday night in Detroit with a 2-0 loss at Detroit. Back at it Tuesday in Montreal vs Canucks Tuesday @ 5:30 mountain time.

Wish I had the Hockey Channel so I could catch more of the Habs !!!

Disco Man
01-17-2007, 09:09 AM
Well.....we are in a SLUP. Two games in a row without a goal, 6 of the last 8 a loss. Things are bad up in the northeast right now. A healthy scratch Tuesday night was vet. Craig Rivet, this was supposed to send a message....it didn't. Next game Thursday at Atlanta.

Disco Man
01-19-2007, 09:48 AM
A great performance by the Habs Thursday night on the road vs one of the NHL's top clubs. 4-1 over Atlanta, Huet gave up the goal with nine seconds left in the 1st and shut out Atlanta the rest of the game. With Ottawa winding up with a loss we are back in second with a Saturday night showdown with the 1st place Sabers right before the break.

ol number 7
01-19-2007, 04:55 PM
A great performance by the Habs Thursday night on the road vs one of the NHL's top clubs. 4-1 over Atlanta, Huet gave up the goal with nine seconds left in the 1st and shut out Atlanta the rest of the game. With Ottawa winding up with a loss we are back in second with a Saturday night showdown with the 1st place Sabers right before the break.

Feeling better now? You got to drink Yukon Jack for those Canadian games.

Bronx33
01-20-2007, 12:50 PM
http://www.canada.com/montrealgazette/news/sports/story.html?id=87a53319-8eb9-41b2-b35d-fdf12513e1cb&k=16905

PATRICK ROY

For a masked man, his face is as familiar as the CH: With Patrick Roy, we feel that we know every tic, every flick of the mask, every weird little ritual, every controversy.

You know you're a legend when you are famous, at least in part, for gestures that would be forgotten in lesser mortals.

With Patrick Roy, it's The Wink, The Tantrum and The Flip. With Roy, the statistics and the achievements are familiar and beyond argument. But mention his name anywhere in this province and you can start an argument as quickly as you can say "Pierre Trudeau."

Let's be honest and admit that Roy was the most difficult choice on this list of Top 10 Heroes. He has rubbed more than a few people the wrong way (a trait we have in common) and in terms of the wider criteria of his impact on our society, Roy's legacy is open to debate even if a whole new generation of Quebec goaltenders has adopted his butterfly style.

In the end, Roy made it onto this list not with his accomplishments in the National Hockey League, even though in my book he ranks as the second-greatest goaltender of all-time behind Terry Sawchuk. No, Roy made it by riding the bus. Superstars, you see, don't ride buses except to travel from the airport to the rink.

Roy is riding the buses in the "Q", the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. From Chicoutimi to Moncton, from Rimouski to Drummondville with the Quebec Remparts, where he does everything but drive the Zamboni. L'enfant terrible of the hockey world is not only a fine head coach, he is grooming prospects such as Angelo Esposito, teaching them how to behave under the constant glare of public scrutiny.

But with Roy, if there's a positive, it's always balanced by a negative. As much credit as you give him for working with the kids, for riding the buses, for showing up at the rink every Monday morning, he undoes a great deal of it by taking cheap shots at young players for no reason at all.

Before his Quebec Remparts played the Moncton Wildcats in the Memorial Cup last May, Roy fanned the flames by putting down Wildcats goaltender John Tordjman. Roy said Tordjman was playing over his head and couldn't keep it up.

Apparently it worked, because Roy's Remparts won the Memorial Cup in Roy's first season at the helm.

"Patrick Roy," says one former Canadien in a tone that does not express admiration, "will do anything to win."

Winning, however, had nothing to do with knocking Canadiens rookie Guillaume Latendresse at the beginning of this season. Roy said Latendresse did not have the chops for the NHL and that if he were not French Canadian, he would have been sent back to the junior ranks.

Latendresse got the better of that exchange when he said: "I thought I was the one who was 19 years old."

Well, yes and no. Roy will always be part well-travelled superstar and part petulant adolescent, the 20-year-old kid who lived on hamburgers, fries and soft drinks while backstopping the Canadiens to his first Stanley Cup win in 1986.

He has never quite grown up, whether it involves putting down a rookie forward or getting himself arrested for domestic violence for ripping a couple of doors off their hinges during a dispute with estranged wife Michele in Denver in October of 2000.

I have written volumes deploring violence against women, but I thought that incident was overblown: Better not to show a temper at all, but if you must explode, by all means take it out on a door.

All the controversy aside, Roy goes into the history books as possibly the greatest money goalie in the history of the game. People talk about which of Wayne Gretzky's records might be broken - the 50 goals in 39 games, his 215-point season, his career marks. No record in hockey or in all of sport, however, is more secure than the one Roy established during the Canadiens miracle run to the Stanley Cup in 1993.

During that remarkable spring, Roy and the Canadiens won 10 straight games in overtime, a string of skill and will and sheer, incredible good fortune that will never be broken. He won 16 of 20 games that spring with a goals-against average of 2.13 while playing behind a fairly mediocre team; by the time the Stanley Cup parade took place along a different route, the kid from Quebec City was St. Patrick, one of the four or five most legendary figures in the history of hockey's most legendary franchise.

The Wink cemented the legend; in Game 4 of the final series against the Los Angeles Kings, Roy made yet another stop on the frustrated Tomas Sandstrom and offered the Kings sniper a broad wink that was caught by the cameras and immortalized for history.

That was the first of Roy's famous gestures; the others were less happy. Although he climbed out of a hospital bed after emergency appendectomy surgery to make 39 saves against the Boston Bruins in a 5-2 win in Game 4 of their first-round playoff series. But the Bruins would go on to win that series in seven games and Roy would never make another playoff appearance for the Canadiens.

After a terrible, lockout shortened 1995 season, coach Jacques Demers (who had openly coddled his superstar throughout his tenure behind the bench) was fired along with GM Serge Savard after the Canadiens lost the first four games of the 1995-96 season.

Ronald Corey's hysterical firing of Demers and Savard became a catastrophe for the Habs after Corey hired the utterly inexperienced Rejean Houle as GM and Mario Tremblay, who had never spent one minute behind a bench, as coach.

Tremblay and Roy might have been roommates when Roy was on the way to his first Stanley Cup win in '86, but 10 years later they were a collision waiting to happen. The two had almost come to blows in a Long Island coffee shop before Tremblay was announced as a coach and his first appearance in the dressing room was greeted with snickers from his star goaltender.

They almost fought a second time after Tremblay fired a shot at Roy's throat during practice, by which point it was only a matter of time before the hot-tempered Tremblay and his equally hot-tempered goalie reached the point of no return.

The crisis came on Dec. 2, 1996, with the powerful Detroit Red Wings in town. Roy and Tremblay had words before the game; Roy was angry because Vincent Damphousse had arrived minutes before game time and was still allowed to play.

The meltdown was a quick one: Tremblay left Roy in nets for the first nine Detroit goals before pulling him early in the second period. Roy, treated to an avalanche of boos from the fickle Montreal fans, flipped them the flying finger of fate, stormed off the ice and told Corey it was his last game for the Canadiens. Four days later, Roy was traded to Colorado with captain Mike Keane for Jocelyn Thibault, Martin Rucinsky and the forgettable Andrei Kovalenko.

Not surprisingly, Roy and the Avalanche emerged on the winning side the next time the Canadiens visited Colorado. As they walked off the ice, Roy passed Tremblay and flipped him the puck. It was a flip that would - like the wink and the tantrum - become part of the legend, especially after Roy and the Avalanche went on to win the Stanley Cup that spring.

That Roy was quirky even for a goaltender added to the legend. He talked to his goalposts, he wrote his children's names on his stick before every game, he skated to the blue line to beam thoughts at his posts before every game.

And he won: consistently, fiercely, with every kind of team. Before the Avalanche defeated the Florida Panthers in the final in 1996, Roy was subjected to a shower of plastic rats after the Panthers scored two goals in Game 3. He skated over to the Avalanche bench and told his teammates: "No more rats."

There were no more rats. The Panthers did not score another goal in that series, not even in the deciding Game 4 when Roy had to hold the fort through three overtimes to win it.

In 2001, Roy won yet another Stanley Cup for Colorado along with another Conn Smythe trophy. Two years later, he retired after 18 NHL seasons, although the subsequent careers of his peers Dominik Hasek and Ed Belfour would suggest that Roy could still be playing if he had chosen to do so.

You might expect that the Canadiens would some day honour the man who is their only genuine superstar of the post-dynasty era, but that is not a slam-dunk. There is a great deal of discomfort with Roy within the organization, stemming from everything from the tantrum to his remarks about Latendresse to the fact he is generally perceived as arrogant and selfish.

Even among the legends of the Canadiens, however, Roy's only equal when it came to the sheer will to win was Rocket Richard, another complex, sometimes brooding individual.

The Rocket's No. 9 hangs above the ice at the Bell Centre. Roy's No. 33 belongs there too.

Tomorrow: No. 9

Disco Man
01-22-2007, 10:30 AM
Saturday night was a thrilling 4-3 win over division leading Buffalo with Ryder getting the game winner with about 2:30 left in the final period.http://www.canadiens.com/eng/news/redirect.cfm?sectionID=habsNewsDetails.cfm&newsItemID=5585

24champ
01-22-2007, 11:52 AM
Interesting piece on ESPN on Jacques Demers. How does a guy coach without knowing how to read or write? Really interesting stuff.

Disco Man
01-24-2007, 10:42 AM
Montreal to host 2009 all star game
http://www.canadiens.com/eng/news/redirect.cfm?sectionID=habsNewsDetails.cfm&newsItemID=5591

ol number 7
01-29-2007, 09:16 AM
Montreal to host 2009 all star game
http://www.canadiens.com/eng/news/redirect.cfm?sectionID=habsNewsDetails.cfm&newsItemID=5591

R.I.P Lorne "Gump" Worsley the Hall of Fame goaltender from the '60s and 70's for the Canadians. Died yesterday at the age of 77. One of the last to go without a mask. Remember seeing the Gumper as a kid when they played the Blues in the Stanley Cup finals. His coach told him he couldn't play goal with a beerbelly. Gumper said "hey, I'm a rye man." One of the best to ever mind the nets was how Ken Dryden recalled the Gumper. Record isn't all that great because he played his first nine seasons with a lousy Rangers team. Was traded by the Rangers to the Canadians. Gump said he saw the trade on TV and to this day no one with the Rangers ever told him he was traded. Four cup rings later I think he's glad he was. Having a rye tonight for "The Gumper" a true legend of a man.

Disco Man
02-05-2007, 09:36 PM
Nice 4-3 ot win on Super Sunday over the Pens, jumped over Ottawa and back in 2nd place in the Northeast div. We lace them up again on Tuesday vs Stanley Cup champion Carolina.

ol number 7
02-07-2007, 11:09 AM
Nice 4-3 ot win on Super Sunday over the Pens, jumped over Ottawa and back in 2nd place in the Northeast div. We lace them up again on Tuesday vs Stanley Cup champion Carolina.

Two to One Hurricanes. Kovalev got the lone goal.

Disco Man
02-15-2007, 10:10 AM
Well that's 5 in a row on the wrong side, not much else to say. We are falling fast in the playoff push.

ol number 7
02-19-2007, 07:47 AM
Well that's 5 in a row on the wrong side, not much else to say. We are falling fast in the playoff push.

Sign up Michael Irvin !!! He's got nothing better to do. When you can puck up like Irvin he can help any team.:afro:

Disco Man
02-19-2007, 09:37 AM
A win Sunday afternoon vs the Blue Jackets gets us a win, next up vs the Caps on Tuesday in Monteral.

Disco Man
02-20-2007, 10:55 PM
5-3 over the Capitals on Tuesday night, two in a row before a trip down to Nashville for the west leading Preds. Check in with you guys from down there on Wed. night or Thursday morning. Just got done packing were off to see the Habs!!!!!!!

Bronx33
02-22-2007, 03:27 PM
With the trade deadline only five days away, the Canadiens appear to be at the center of a flurry of trade possibilities, reports Montreal's La Presse.

The Habs have been linked to a number of ridiculous rumors of late, yet some forget to consider the team remains in the middle of a very heated playoff race.

While speculation has gone from Sheldon Souray being traded to NHL every team in California to the Canadiens dealing Mike Komisarek to his native Long Island, the latest has GM Bob Gainey talking trade with the Minnesota Wild – but it appears to have some ground.


The Canadiens top scout and Assistant GM have been scouting the Wild and their AHL affiliate in Houston lately, while the Minnesota's director of pro scouting has taken in the latest Habs' games.

There appears to be some obvious discussion between the two clubs, however the name popping up in Montreal-based rumors is that of Wild prospect Benoit Pouliot.

Citing a source, La Presse claims that Pouliot's name has not been mentioned in trade talks between these two teams and it would cost the Habs a hefty price if they were to acquire him

Disco Man
02-23-2007, 12:23 PM
What a game!!!! Habs win in a shootout!!!!!! Got lots of pics, will post when I'm back in Denver!!!!!

Disco Man
02-27-2007, 10:14 AM
The boys hold on to a 5-4 lead and beat the Maple Leafs last night in Montreal, a trip to New York tonight for a game vs the Rangers.

Bronx33
03-03-2007, 12:38 PM
(MONTREAL, QC) -- Well, it does seem as though Canadiens general manager Bob Gainey watched the parade go by yet another year.

This reporter is trying to remember the last time a potential superstar – not counting Alex Kovalev – was on his way to Montreal the day the trade market was being put to rest.

Unfortunately, no one comes to mind.

What was the motivating factor for Gainey's inertia this past week? He feels his team, a good mix of veterans and youngsters, has the potential to reach the playoffs... or at least getting there.


In the end, all will have acquired more experience under pressure.

Besides, the same Canadiens' team was a top-five performer before December. They are now lingering between the ninth and seventh spot, something goner Craig Rivet grew weary of.

"It'll be nice to go (to San Jose) and be assured a playoff spot," he said last Sunday, after hearing he was traded. "In Montreal, it was always about making position number eight."

The current playoff race is by far one of most delicate ones in recent years. For once, the Eastern Conference standings are incredibly tight, which reminds teams that every victory is crucial. Do the math.

As of Thursday night, only eight points separated the fifth ranked Pittsburgh Penguins from the tenth ranked Toronto Maple Leafs. This is what GMs tend to consider when they circled February 27th on their office, refrigerator and bathroom calendars.

That's usually the time when you look at who you've got and subsequently write a "Costco List" of who you want.

From Gainey's chair, two (they were three before Rivet went West) important blueliners are impending unrestricted free agents and, for some reason, he's disturbingly confident he won't lose them to the bidding market, come July 1.

Does he know something we don't about Andrei Markov and Sheldon Souray, or is he simply that good of a poker player?

Granted, Gainey has won most of his bets. He may have lost prospects Marcel Hossa and Ron Hainsey last season, but those were inevitable because of the new CBA rules: Both had NHL contracts and couldn't be returned to the Hamilton (AHL) without being submitted to re-entry waivers in the event of a call-back. That's how Montreal lost Hainsey, while Hossa was traded because Gainey was impatient with his laziness and lack of consistency.

But how many GMs pulled off the incredible miracle of signing each and everyone of his free agents, last summer?

Two: New Jersey's Lou Lamoriello and Gainey, somewhat of the personification of mystery.

From a positive point of view, it seems as if Souray might sign back with the Habs next season, after all.

Following Tuesday's humiliating 4-0 loss to the Rangers (and Hossa's two goal outburst), Souray reiterated his joy of remaining in Montreal.

Sure, he heard all the rumours that sent him out West, with Anaheim being the front runner. However, in spite of all the personal reasons he could evoke for going to California, he insisted his priority was to help the Canadiens make the playoffs. Otherwise, it would have felt like "unfinished business," he said.

Besides, trading Souray just wouldn't make sense for the Habs, who consider themselves playoff contenders.

As for Markov, who applied for a Canadian citizenship in February, he recently told Le Journal de Montréal he wanted to re-sign in Montreal.

Disco Man
03-03-2007, 09:54 PM
A loss Saturday vs a Boston club in the middle of a bad year has Habs fans in the chat rooms asking if we may see a coaching change before the end of the season. Still in the hunt for the playoffs with a 7th or 8th seed not sitting well in the city of hockey known as Montreal.

Disco Man
03-12-2007, 10:47 AM
A win on the road Saturday night in STL keeps us with some hope, 2 points out with a soft schedule the rest of the month. Going to be interesting if we get in and have to face a team like Buffalo, if we go one & done if Carbo will still be behind the bench next year.

Disco Man
03-14-2007, 12:15 PM
Down 2-0 vs the Islanders and then pulling out a 5-3 win had the Bell Cener going crazy. As of Wednesday we sit two back of the 7th and 8th spot in the East, we may get in this dance....stay tuned.

Disco Man
03-23-2007, 09:32 PM
Back to back wins over Boston, a tie for the 8th & final spot!!!!!

Bronx33
03-24-2007, 03:43 PM
Jaroslav Halak has a firm grip on the No. 1 goaltender's job for now. Carbonneau said he'll go with the hot hand down the stretch despite all-star goaltender Cristobal Huet participating in his first full practice Friday. - Montreal Gazette

Disco Man
03-26-2007, 11:29 AM
Halak is going to be the man in the playoff push, Abby has been less than average in his last several starts. I doubt he will be around next year, Huet will be the starter and Halak the backup.

Disco Man
03-28-2007, 09:36 AM
Tuesday night all the planets were lined up and everhing that needed to happen did. We beat the Rangers, Canes lost, Islanders lost, and the Lightning lost. With 86 pionts we are in a tie for 7th & 8th place.http://www.nhl.com/nhl/app?service=page&page=StandingsPage&type=CON

Disco Man
04-01-2007, 03:53 PM
4-3 win over east leading Buffalo keeps the Habs one point above Toronto for the 8th spot in the esat. It's coming down to the wire, stay tuned.

Disco Man
04-06-2007, 09:15 AM
Well it all comes down to this.......Saturday night after 81 games the Canadiens will play at Toronto. If we win we move on and Toronto is out, hockeys greatest rivals go at it for a chance to move on. This is a hockey fans dream to watch! GO HABS GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Disco Man
04-09-2007, 10:54 PM
C-ya next year, I'm going into Cubs mode...............

Hogan11
04-14-2007, 02:32 PM
Well, at least you're not alone in being home during the playoffs this season.

Cubs? WTF....Go Pirates!

Disco Man
12-30-2007, 11:24 PM
Bump
This is our 25th year(for the cup)

Disco Man
03-12-2008, 12:10 PM
Last time The Habs were in 1st place overall this late in the year the Cup wound up in Motreal. Huge game next vs the Sens.

Disco Man
04-09-2008, 04:33 PM
Habs.....#1 seed in the East! Game 1 Thursday vs Boston!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Bronx33
04-09-2008, 09:48 PM
http://bp3.blogger.com/_ycZ_14Vuy2Y/R_l-G0DRSFI/AAAAAAAAAfQ/OdPzAcmWsWQ/s320/ricflair.jpg

Disco Man
04-25-2008, 10:29 PM
Bruins are gone
Philly already down 1-0
The Drive For 25 Is Alive!!!!!

Disco Man
01-07-2009, 06:30 AM
Bump.......Feb 13th at Le Centre Pepsi
Habs vs Avalanche
Anyone else going??????????????

chadta
01-07-2009, 02:19 PM
Bruins are gone
Philly already down 1-0
The Drive For 25 Is Alive!!!!!

aw man i forgot to come in here and tease you about losing to the flyers last year.

oh well ill be back in april

Disco Man
02-11-2009, 06:45 AM
Friday Night Canadiens are at Pepsi Center, if anyone is going to the game and want's to tailgate let me know I will be down there all day!!!!!!!!!!!! BIG COOLER FULL OF MOLSON & LABATT BLUE

chadta
02-20-2009, 05:06 AM
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One of the suspects in the operation Centers against the organized crime, Pasquale Mangiola, shown drug trafficking, is a large friend of the brothers Andrei and Sergei Kostitsyn, two players of the Canadian of Montreal, learned the Press from several police sources.

i dunno about down there but up here everybody was talkin about waht was going to happen, then they come out with this, typical montreal media blowing things up again.