Found January 31, 2012 on
It’s “Who Shot Mr. Burns?,” and they’ve been declared dead. Sure, they could be upgraded to alive at another hospital, a la Señor Burns - but this game was horrible.
Pathetic effort. Pathetic.
It was David Desharnais, Erik Cole, Max Pacioretty, and Carey Price versus the Buffalo Sabres.
Where was Tomas Plekanec? Rene Bourque? Scott “4 days away from a goalless year” Gomez?
This team needs to wake up. I suspect more roster players will be dealt. A disappointing game from a very, very disappointing team. Not a banner year for fans of the Habs, indeed.
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from MitchMelnick.com, I’m not going to step aside over some supposed professional code. I sincerely believe that Pierre McGuire would do a terrific job as an NHL General Manager. And I think it’s about bloody time somebody in this town talked to him about the GM post of the Montreal Canadiens.
I believe that Pierre is the best hockey analyst in the business. Almost too good...
Max Pacioretty and the Canadiens no longer have a problem with just Zdeno Chara and the Bruins. They now have to worry about Paul Gaustad and the Sabres, too. Gaustad ensured that he shot up the ranks on the long list of perceived Montreal villains on Tuesday night when he got into a verbal bout with the Canadiens bench. According to a number of Canadiens, Gaustad got into it with...
MONTREAL – The Montreal Canadiens announced Monday that forward Andreas Engqvist has been recalled from...
If you watched any of the NHL All Star Breakaway Challenge on Saturday night, it started off as an abortion. The contest winner was to be picked by fan voting and didn't even have to put the puck in the net. The first four or five tries were horrid. Some guys didn't even get a shot off they were so worried about being cute.
But, once the shooters relaxed a little...
MONTREAL - The Montreal Canadiens announced today that forward Louis Leblanc has been recalled from the AHL Ha...
The Sabres and Canadiens both won their final games before the All-Star break and the disappointing Northeast Division foes will try to keep heading in the right direction when they clash tonight at Montreal's Bell Centre.
This time, it was 3-1. And they lost 5-3.
Sure, there were some awful calls by the referee, and the winning goal was very questionable due to a trip on Erik Cole that led to the play, but the Habs blew this one. Plain and simple. Perhaps that is part of the reason that Randy Cunneyworth appeared close to coming onto the ice after the Cole non-call. He was furious. Shaking. And...