You are here: Home » Boone » Contenders 5 Pretenders 2
On balance, a good January.
But a bummer of an ending heading into the ASG break.
I’m hoping PK teaches Richards the true meaning of respect tonight.
“Hey Richard, two minutes for looking so good!”
Please, you have to be kidding. Re-watch the video at the 12 second mark.
Kulemin comes into the scrum jabbing Gleason with gloved hand and stick still in hand…Gleason dropped his stick and his basic response looks like “OK you want to go, it’s on”…then drops his gloves and starts protecting himself.
Kulemin go what he was after and a bit of what he didn’t think he might get. Sort of a shame when someone like a Kulemin can go around acting so tough because they have goons like Colton Orr or Beauchmin on his team. He got what he deserved. Lesson learned (if he’s smart).
I don’t blame Gleason at all…of coures I am not a Leafs fan and basically could not give a crap what those goofs do on that team.
Uh oh. Did Arpon steal some of Booner’s thunder? Nothing worse than someone passing off your ideas as his, is there?
Right here, my friend. And I meant the CANES will catch the Habs, not the Sens. Even I’m not THAT delusional. The Canes will catch the Habs. Feel free to come back and quote me then.
You want another target, a military target? Then name the system!
Go Habs Go!
And woe betide the Centurion who ignores the system!
Mike Richards right ! That’s who I was meaning. I don’t think PK should go there
Pierre just called St. Louis and Stamkos a “marriage made in heaven.”
Projecting much, Pierre?
People go into scrums all the time, but they go to hold others back, trash talk, mayyyybe facewash. If you fall under the umbrella of “softies” (see Kulemin, Nik), you shouldnt be throwing actual punches with your gloves on against a nasty player. It aint pretty and for sure It’s a major penalty on Gleason, but, 110% Kulemin had it coming.
We’ll do our best to cheer on your behalf J.J. Get a good nights sleep.
Sorry, more specifically, an online feed.
What is this lesson to which you refer?
I disagree, too — they were engaged. A player not having a fighting record doesn’t entitle him to hit the other guy in the face, nor does it preclude the other player from responding. (Notice I said responding — Gleason did not initiate).
In any case, here is what the Leafs coach himself said about it:
“They were in a fight,” Wilson said after the game. “He got it right in the face. The appropriate action happened. It wasn’t a sucker punch or anything. Kulie was throwing punches with his gloves on and Gleason dropped his gloves and beat him to the punch.”
A rookie gets booed.
Is there a bigger badge of honour for this kid?
Sorry SFS. I don’t buy it. I remember the posts you two were going back and forth about, and your Sens were called out for playing poorly this season. You replied by saying that they would catch up to the Habs… By the way, the Canes also will not catch up to us.
There may be other teams, but only ONE Club De Hockey…
Peter, I think the boys will have their heads up tonight, and if we skate like we can and stay disciplined out of the box, we will take these schmucks.
Eastlink 369 works for me.
PK and Richards getting started early… And Carcillo sticks up for poor little Mike Richards.
I knew I smelled your foul stench, your far to trusting
“It’s not an obsession, It’s a way of life..”
Carey’s going to be the man and DD, Pouliot and Darche will drive them nuts. Two points.
You must be logged in to post a comment.
Are you satisfied with the moves Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin made at the NHL trade deadline?
Hockey Inside/Out encourages lively debate, but there is a zero-tolerance policy regarding racism, profanity, personal attacks against other posters, and behaviour we deem to be offensive.
A valid email address is required for your HI/O profile.
We will, without warning, ban those who do not abide by this simple rule, so as to maximize the enjoyment of readers and participants of both sexes and all ages.
Hockey Inside/Out: Absolutely everything about the Montreal Canadiens For editorial inquiries, contact Gazette sports editor Stu Cowan. For advertising inquiries, please contact your Gazette sales representative. © 2015 The Gazette, a division of Postmedia Network Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized distribution, transmission or republication strictly prohibited. Terms and Conditions Privacy Statement