Found December 08, 2011 on NorthWest Sports Beat:
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It's 2011 Vancouver Canucks vs. Montreal Canadiens (West vs. East) smack talk time. Next up is the Habs, and Richard has 5 reasons he can't stand the Montreal Canadiens hockey team. First off, between the pipes is BC boy Carey Price. Rollie Melanson left Roberto Luongo for Montreal. Cmon! $7.35 million is tied up in paying Scott Gomez, enough said.
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