Even though I’ve never been there, I don’t like the city of Dallas.
This admittedly unreasonable antipathy is based on events that transpired in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963. I was an impressionable 10th-grader, and it stuck with me.
Writing in La Presse today, Mathias Brunet heaps praise on Mike Ribeiro.
Brunet says he's been a Ribeiro backer since the early days of the player's career with
Setting up the post early today so I can go spend some time with my dear 91-year-old mother.
Mike Ribeiro: Phone home. Whatever she tried to teach you didn't
It's a beautiful spring evening in Montreal – much too nice to be indoors watching a game that does not feature the Canadiens.
When I was a wee lad
Same deal as last night: feel free to vent if you're watching the game.
Let's hope the zebras do a better job. Bill McCreary was brutal. The 5-on-3 was
Mike Ribeiro tells Pierre Durocher of the Journal de Montréal that he never got a fair chance with the Canadiens.
"I could never exploit my talennt to thhe
What I'll do through the Canadiens-less – boo-hoo-hoo! – remaining playoff rounds is create a venting post for each game.
I think both series have the potential to
Do you suppose this latest contagion of madness in Toronto may spur Mats Sundin toward seeking greener pastures?
Like at this end of the 401?
The firing of Paul Maurice
You didn't really think Ol' Velcro Lips would start name-dropping, did you?
True to form, Bob Gainey said much, revealed little. Using the brief time that's elapsed since the
Toward the end of their 50-minute season review/look ahead, Bob Gainey and Guy Carbonneau were asked whether two goaltenders could be kept happy next season.
"Happiness," Gainey replied, his