Audio: Comments from the rehabbing Habs

An offday for the Canadiens today, who returned home immediately after Monday’s 5-3 victory over Philadelphia.

But there was a little action around the Bell Centre, with the injured Francis Bouillon, Christopher Higgins and Georges Laraque happy to say a few words.

Inside/Out’s heartfelt thanks to Andie Bennett of The Team 990, who provided the audio content you’ll hear below – all of it cut up into tiny bite-sized morsels, not the huge, rambling files we usually post here. Read below for the links:

Georges Laraque:

We’ll be tough to beat;
Ready for the end of fantasy camp;
His goal is to make his teammates feel safe;
Great for him if other teams take liberties;
On watching the Flyers’ rough play;
Up to Guy Carbonneau when he plays;
Caught up in 100 years of Habs history;
Death of Cherapanov put things in perspective.

Christopher Higgins:

Only a game can test the groin;
Most likely back in action on Saturday;
Must be more careful now;
1993 Cup is his best memory as a kid;
What’s impressed him;
What he’s seen watching games.

Francis Bouillon:

On starting the season injured – again;
On the team’s season-starting road trip;
On the Flyers;
On Cherapanov;
Hoping to be back on Saturday;
Can’t tell if he’s ready to go yet.


  1. cautiousoptimist says:

    Congratulations on your baby boy’s first steps!

    1. – not a hockey site, but still kinda neat
    2. Josh Gorges on Montreal’s attack: “They’re comin’, they’re comin’ and they keep comin’. Just line after line, wave after wave…”

  2. cautiousoptimist says:

    The article goes on to say that Laraque practiced for the first time with the team this morning, and that Carbo and the team doctors say he’s healthy enough to play and that playing won’t aggravate his injury. Carbo also said he didn’t like the liberties taken by the Flyers on Monday.

    Not sure I like this… I know it’s the big bad Bruins, but if he’s hurt, he should sit until he’s all healed up. I’m not sure the team is served by having a half-injured player out there, and I’m wondering what his ice time will be like tonight.

    1. – not a hockey site, but still kinda neat
    2. Josh Gorges on Montreal’s attack: “They’re comin’, they’re comin’ and they keep comin’. Just line after line, wave after wave…”

  3. coutNY says:

    What about the payroll?
    How do fit the $7 mil or ($5.3 mil differential) under the Cap this year? Wouldn’t we have to get rid of a top 6 salary player or to make this work?

  4. Jrod McStitsyn says:

    If you look at the cap numbers it doesn’t work. With Higgy at $1.7 mil. we’d have to offload some salary somewhere (in the range of 4 million) in order to accomodate Gaborik’s $6.33 million under the cap.

    I don’t see it happening: Timmins is high on McDonagh, Higgins is younger and cheaper and Gaborik is injury prone and not a proven playoff performer. If we wanted someone like Gaborik we should have signed Kristian Huselius in the off-season. No thanks.

  5. cautiousoptimist says:

    I don’t like this one bit.

    Think about it: Higgins is young, he’s captain material when Saku retires, he’s already scoring around 30 times a year, he’ll only get better, and his presence in Montreal may well help us keep his best buddy Komi here at a decent price. On top of that, McDonagh may well be next year’s Max Pacioretty.

    If Gaborik were signed for three or four years (and if we could afford to pay him), I’d say go for it. But with all our RFAs and UFAs to resign after this season, we likely can’t even afford to keep Tanguay (barring some serious personnel changes), let alone dish out $8-million to re-sign Gaborik. I can’t see Gainey trading a current excellent player and a future one, in exchange for six months with a guy who we likely can’t afford to re-sign in June. As well, Higgins is good for 25-30 goals a year — more if he continues to develop — and for the team to be so hot on McDonagh they must see future excellence in him as well. Gaborik may be good for 40-50 goals a year, but Gainey has a record of preferring two 25-goal-scorers to one 50-goal one.

    It doesn’t even really make sense for Minnesota — why would you deal a star UFA in exchange for a lesser UFA that you may well lose in June?

    Oh, and with his knack for vague, non-committal language that conveys no information, Eklund should write Sarah Palin’s speeches.

    1. – not a hockey site, but still kinda neat
    2. Josh Gorges on Montreal’s attack: “They’re comin’, they’re comin’ and they keep comin’. Just line after line, wave after wave…”

  6. bigjames says:

    did you use a translation program? LoL!

    Steve Bégin sera quant à lui laissé de côté

  7. Habs_008 says:

    I dont see that deal happening, but we still might end up with Gab, maybe higgins, McD and one of our prospects for Gab and a first. But i dont see that first one happening. It would be great, and if we sign Gab long term even better…but we do have more then a few guys with contracts up.

  8. krob1000 says:

    My bad…that is ridiculous ….if Gainey pulls that off it is the steal of the century. That would basically be Higgy for Gaborik as Mcdonagh is at this stage the equivalent of a first rounder. That would be unbelievably low IMO and teams like Pittsburgh, Vancouver,etc would be willing to pay more than that. I wouldn’t be at all surprised to see Gaborik end up in Vancouver or Pittsburgh….Pitts because Crosby needs someone to set up and Vancouver because Gaborik could get his ridiculous money and play with his buddy Demitra…oh yeah and they could use a trigger man like most teams.

  9. krob1000 says:

    Yikes?….are you Shawn Thronton?

  10. Oleg Petrov says:

    Since it is Eklund, I put no credence to this happening as you suggested Krob1000 but to the question of the players involved, I would have no problem moving Higgins in exchange for a “Star” forward as I think it would be a case of selling high with Higgins. I like Higgins but I don’t think he is irreplaceable on this roster and I think he could be sacrificed in this proposal.

    I would have a harder time moving Mcdonagh however. By all accounts he is going to be a good one and I would hesitate including him.

  11. Habs_008 says:

    the blog says we get Gab and a first rounder…I like the deal. but i think if Minny waits they can prolly get a lot more for him come trade deadline…

  12. tony d says:

    did he roll over and wake you up, or was it a phone call?? inquiring minds want to know

  13. tony d says:

    just heard as well on Sportsnet that Begin is out and Big George is in….yikes

  14. coutNY says:

    According to RDS Laraque is IN for Bégin!!!!!!!!!!!

    Georges Laraque finally compete his first game with the Canadiens tonight as the Boston Bruins will be the visitors.

    Steve Bégin will be for its left side.

  15. G-Man says:

    Sorry mapes, the best was Fergie. Goal scorer and pugilist extraordinaire. Not that Nilan isn’t right there, but his lack of goals sets Fergie ahead of him, imo.

    2008/09 is the season of the Habs

  16. Drive_For_25 says:

    I saw someone post on here (forget who it was) that they hate when easy saves are built up too much and referred to Price’s save against Philly to be an “easy save” and that he “didn’t have to do much”, and all I have to say to that person is WTF were you looking at?!?!?!?!? That was an unbelievable save that was very difficult to react to. Most goalies would have knocked it in the net just trying to grab it, or wouldn’t even have seen it and would have knocked it in with their bodies. I thought it was a ANOTHER great save by Carey.

    GO HABS GO!!!

  17. Robert L says:

    Montreal Canadiens 100 Seasons Facts And Trivia

    This is a list from Sportsnet Toronto, with the usual goofs and misunformation. I took the liberty of correcting it and sending them a copy!

  18. nightmare_49 says:

    Empty Netters – Eric Godard – Riley Cote, Great Tilt and Fabian Brunnstrom makes debut .. by Seth Rorabaugh ….. ………………………………………… TSN Reports Lightning sign Veteran ‘D’ ….. The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed unrestricted free agent defenceman Marek Malik to a one-year contract, worth a pro-rated $1.2-million for the 2008-2009 season.

  19. 24 Cups says:

    Robert – just read the article on your site a few minutes ago. I’m exhausted! Tons of interesting info. As for the errors and misinformation, like any historical event, there will always be people who try and jump on the bandwagon and present their piece as being factual. Thanks for keeping them honest.

    Going for the Brass Ring – 25 Cups in 100 Years

  20. Robert L says:

    For those attending the Summit, more prizes have been added to the raffle.

    Have a look at and see what you could add in for the benefit of the Gainey Foundation.

  21. twocents says:

    Robert, I like your blog entry yesterday morning. It is a real treat watching this team evolve. When it comes to Kovalev, I think you hit on a key factor. As other players step up and assert themselves and the team relies on him less, his role evolves too. As other players become consistent offensive threats, our opponents will not be able to key on Kovy as much. I hope your instincts on these changes prove right and he sees this as a relief and it allows him to be freer do to more things. But, I believe there is the risk that as the focus is taken off him he may become less motivated and less effective. Kovalev clearly loves the attention the fans heap upon him, and has expressed this often. As the Bros. K, Tanguay, Lang and others get more fan attention and the teams strategies, like the PP, focus less on Kovy, he may fall into some of his less attractive habits.

    Again, I hope this is not what happens but, this will be a good test of far he has come in terms of being a team first player and a real leader and mentor.

    For those of you who are really angry at me after reading this post, please reread and see that I am not predicting this but, simply having a dialogue and discussing a potential issue.

  22. Big Bird says:

    Not to discuss politics but Ken Dryden got re-elected as an MP tonight.

    Whatever you political stripes, it’s nice to see a former member of les Glorieux succeed in public service.

  23. Robert L says:

    Thanks people. I’ll get back to the drawing board. This is new stuff to me. i appreciate your help and patience.

  24. Harani says:

    Here’s something interesting:


    Here’s a scary thought if you’re a Sabres’ fan: Minnesota winger Marian Gaborik is on the trading block, and there’s a chance he could land in Montreal.

    Gaborik has one year remaining on his contract, and all signs point to him leaving before he becomes an unrestricted free agent. He has played in Jacques Lemaire’s defense-first style throughout his career and wants to play for a team that puts more emphasis on offense. He’ll command more than $8 million in the open market, perhaps much more.

    Wild General Manager Doug Risebrough has a good relationship with Habs GM Bob Gainey going back to their playing days in Montreal. The word around the league is that the Canadiens are interested in Gaborik, who had 42 goals and 83 points last season and who fits into their speedy, skilled lineup and understands defense.

    If this becomes true, what do you think?

  25. moser17 says:

    Think Ignatieff is done?

  26. Xtrahabsfan says:

    I foresee a battle between Justin Trudeau and Ken Dryden ,with Justin Trudeau becoming the new Liberal Leader.

  27. Taipei 101 says:

    Whoops…double post! Server gave me an error the first time…sorry!

  28. Taipei 101 says:

    Anyone else really happy that Philly is still winless on the season! Man, I hate those guys….

  29. Xtrahabsfan says:

    I think he still has a chance and it’s better than the chances of me spelling Ignatieff right twice in a row,lol. I think it’s time again for Trudeaumania,time to stir the pot.

  30. RudeMood19 says:

    lol, let the games begin HAYOO

  31. Ramseys HIO Nightmares says:

    Geez… at least learn to spell his name properly.

  32. The Teacher says:

    Mario Roberge #32 on our cup winning team.

    Either 32 or 36 (I believe that was Ewen’s)

    My suggested overtime format and other sports talk

  33. Chuck says:

    Let me guess… you didn’t do your civic and vote.


  34. nightmare_49 says:

    A Summit Reminder : The pre game dinner on Oct-25 – 3:30pm will be at the Baton Rouge a football toss away from the Bell Center , 1050 rue de la Montagne ….. ……………………… Check it out ….. ……….. After the game will be held at The Sports Station – La Station des Sports – Resto Bar .. 2051 St. Catherine St. (corner Fort) and across the street from Hotel du Fort …..

  35. Xtrahabsfan says:

    We have got Philly’s number this year forshure in scoring,fighting and goalkeeping. The Fliers are yesterday’s news!

  36. Bugs says:

    Habs Brothers 2009 Centennial Special Edition Train pulling out of the station with a blast…
    From the PAST, baby.
    Gainey’s number retired. Feb 23, 2008.
    Other ditties from Yesterday?
    – Roy’s kid ruins it for everybody.
    – Maple Leafs apparently giving it another shot.
    – Ryder not the same since losing virginity.
    – Canadiens to trade for LeBron James.
    – And then came Grrrabovski.
    Single home page if you click on “2008”. Go aaaaaall the way down and my brother (he’s the best) breaks it down beautifully with What We’re All About.
    Menu: Short ditties. Promise. We guarantee giggles. Got a laptop, ya c’n bring it to the warshroom wit ya to do ya bizness.
    If you are not 100% satisfied with the site, Habsbros will grant you a 24hr super-duper, carte-blanche goooold Ticket to bash us unto living hell, hell from which, we would consider ourselves touched by the gods to claw our way out of… Hell that would even see us use a preposition to end our sentences…with.
    After that, since there’s really no other means to validate our guarantee, we would naturally, yet kindly, ask you to please get bent.
    Peace Out.

    Lord Bugs Potter, esq. Earl of Fluppitburg, Baron of Flopshlupshire and Knight of the Flannel Republic.

  37. Bugs says:

    “The smurfing began in late Smurfember right around the time where the top smurf on the roster got a smurf in his smurf. After that, there was no smurfing his smurf and the Canadiens really started to smurf.”
    Habsbros 2008. I ain’t sayin’ which article. Letcha guess for yehselves.
    Ok. Enough. G’night.
    Peace Out.

    Lord Bugs Potter, esq. Earl of Fluppitburg, Baron of Flopshlupshire and Knight of the Flannel Republic.

  38. Habs fan in SF says:

    carey price’s save against philly (the one that was under review) was the #1 play of the week on NHL network’s top 10 plays of the week!

  39. Habs fan in SF says:

    probably so. unfortunately, i don’t get TSN in the US. i find it kinda ironic that TSN is paying so much focus on the habs this season … oh yeah, cuz they all know the leafs are rebuilding, oh and it’s the habs 100th year, so yeah, it’s in their favour to do so! idiots …

  40. krob1000 says:

    I believe Sundin is in Toronto to tend to business, play poker and guest star in a promotional hotdog eating duel with Kobayashi for Maple Leaf.

  41. krob1000 says:

    I wonder if there is any substance to this or if the source was our discussion the other day but Eklund is at it again……

    I know many will object to the thought as I found out when I suggested we go after Gaborik last week as a star to move forward with for the next few years. He is tailor made for our speed game and he is “available”. Higgy is a fan favourite and great team guy with two way skills but given how he was rumoured in both the Hossa and Sundin talks I can’t help wonder if he is available for the right price. Mcdonagh and a first is steep but we are pretty solid in the back end and it looks like Maxwell, Max Pac and Dagostini are all primed to challenge for roster spots over the next couple seasons. Add to the mix our depth at defense and two young goalies moving forward and this kind of makes sense. This is the same package we were rumoured to be throwing around a couple of times last season (sundin, hossa,etc)so there just may be something to it….or not.

    You gotta love the line “This is a definite possible outcome”….Eklund at his finest.

  42. HKisses says:

    Well Gainey woke me up this mornign to tell me that Sundin is gonna come play a game for us tonight…

  43. Sami says:

    Great list, and even better corrections. One more for you, #92, I believe Jacques Plante was the first Canadiens’ goaltender to win the Hart Trophy (1961-62 I believe), not Jose Theodore as stated.

  44. the real vinnydj says:

    I hope so tooooooo

  45. moser17 says:

    I dunno, HIB, it wasn’t acrobatic, but it was pretty impressive: he was on his back, watching the play from a skewed angle, tracking the puck from there with people in his crease, and he still managed to swat down a shot headed right into the gaping wide open net.

  46. REB says:

    and y’all complain about Bush Sr and Bush Jr….astounding!

  47. Habs_008 says:

    Just read your facts, it was a great read! I hope they fix it, Thanks for the corrections. Looking forward to a Big opening game tonight. GO habs

  48. HabsInBlood says:

    I’m just as big a Carey fan as anyone, but come on, that was a pretty easy save … it just looked spectacular. He probably made several “more difficult” saves during the game.

  49. bigjames says:

    OK this may be completely crazy, but last year, nov 17 2007 my son was born at 5pm HK time, or 4am Montreal time. that night, habs played bruins at the bell and won 7-4. i actually was watching the game with my son in his little hospital crib (on on my laptop in the hospital). today, almost 11 months to the day, my son took his first steps. and guess what? we’re playing the bruins again. i hope we’re 2 for 2 on my son’s milestones!

  50. nightmare_49 says:

    Boston Preview : Canadiens Thumbnails ….. ………………………………….. Some Streak .. Bruins Blog ….. ………………………………… A Bruin Wants Win in Montreal .. by Steve Conroy .. Boston Herald ….. …………………………………. Great Refs tonight – Marc Joannette and Bill McCreary …………….. NHL Morning Papers – Hollweg Lucky to get Three Games and much more .. by Richard Pollock …..

  51. twocents says:

    Thanks for links Bugs. I have bookmarked and am looking forward to a some good laughs when I get time to check it out.

  52. moser17 says:

    I dunno. I always respected Dryden for taking care of his mind and his future, skipping Boston’s drafting him to go get his degree at Cornell, and then when Pollock didn’t offer him enough money in 1973 he held out and went to get his law degree at McGill. Someone might say ‘money-grubber’, and hey, what do I know, maybe: but I always thought it showed a keen appreciation of the fleetingness of the careers in professional sports and the importance of developing yourself while there’s time. Compare that thought with me thinking: ‘Gee, I wonder what fine academic and intellectual pursuits Eric Lindros is up to while he waits to be traded from the Nordiques …’ Dryden may not have gone out of the goodness of his heart (according to the ancient philosophers, he would have to have been a much older man to do something like that, and even then politics is mainly a duty and not a passion, unless it’s a passion for personal glory and honour), but he went out of diligence and concern. He was interested in being interested, which is a diamond in the rough in today’s widespread numbed apathy. Wow. I hit a rant there. Nothing personal, Timo, I just get pumped a little when I think of what Dryden has done. I wonder if Yale-man Higgins will do something similar? (OK, I had to laugh a little at that myself.)

  53. twocents says:

    Robert, Your last line is very true.

  54. Robert L says:

    I believe that after what Kovalev went through in 2006-07, he came out of it a better person as well as an improved player.

    It’s true that he enjoys the limelight, but he’s a team first guy, and I think he’ll see that what’s best for the club is also what’s best for him.

    There aren’t many unhappy players on a winning team.

  55. nightmare_49 says:

    A Summit Reminder : The pre game dinner on Oct-25 – 3:30pm will be at the Baton Rouge a football toss away from the Bell Center , 1050 rue de la Montagne ….. ……………………… Check it out ….. ……….. After the game will be held at The Sports Station – La Station des Sports – Resto Bar .. 2051 St. Catherine St. (corner Fort) and across the street from Hotel du Fort …..

  56. Robert L says:

    At this point. I’m starting to believe they do not know any better. Years of listening to Bob Cole and Don Cherry will wreck a pure mind that way!

  57. showey47 says:

    god i hope so

  58. habs R my team says:

    team 990 says that they heatd from a source that Laracque will be in the lineup tomorrow night.

  59. Big Bird says:

    My few cents from the peanut gallery Harani:

    (1) Gaborik is a left winger and he would certainly add some speed but who do we give up? If I’m Doug Riseborough (loved him as a Hab) I’m going to be asking for young players and not anyone who is becoming a UFA.

    So by process of elimination Koivu, Kovalev, Lang, Tanguay, Dandenault, Begin, Kostopolous and Komisarek are all out. That leaves us with the following roster players and prospects:

    Kyle Chipchura, Chris Higgins, Andrei Kostitsyn, Sergei Kostitsyn, Lapierre, Latendresse, Plekanec, Pacioretty, White, Kristo, Fisher, Subban, Weber, Fisher, McDonough.

    (2) It’s unlikely that the Wild want any defensemen as they are pretty deep (which is why they let Belle and we acquired him) so they are looking for forwards. If I’m Dougie Riseborough I’m asking for Higgins, one of the Kostitsyn brothers, a prospect and a draft pick. I don’t know if Gainey will deal on such a demand or if such a demand is realistic but I’m asking for those players.

    (3) It then becomes a question if Gaborik is worth such a price when he could easily walk a free agent at the end of the year. Candidly, I think chemistry is a big thing and I like what our team has going for it. I also believe that success now in today’s NHL means having young players who can contribute without taking you salary cap out of whack. Even if we did make a move for Gaborik, I don’t know how we could keep him and other key UFA’s like Komisarek, Koivu, Kovalev and Tanguay. Odds are that we could not.

    So as much as I’d love to see Gaborik flying down the wing for a quick pass from Koivu or Lang (sorry but Plekanec is sticking with Kovalev and Kostitsyn), I’ll take a pass and keep our team as is.

  60. habs-13 says:

    My thoughts exactly. The chemistry on this team is unbelievable, and I wouldn’t want to mess with it too much. Gaborik is a risky pickup because of his history with groin injuries and the fact the he becomes a UFA after this season. We have too many free agents coming up and I don’t think Gainey is looking to add another.

  61. habs-13 says:


    Atleast they are attemting to address their problems.

  62. Number31 says:

    And that would be the worst trade of Bob’s tenure, considering how important those players are (especially the Kostitsyns) and Gaborik would probably get injured first shift on the ice…

  63. twocents says:

    Let’s keep in mind that this is pure unsubstantiated speculation. There are some logical reasons why Montreal might make sense as a destination for Gaborik but, there are no reports of there being any dialogue between the two teams. This came up a couple of weeks ago. As many reasons as there are to think this makes sense, there is one huge one that says it is a long shot, the Habs cap situation and the impending FA’s next July. An acquistition of this sort would not only cost roster players and the clearing of more to make cap space but, it would also mean less of our remaining players being able to be signed next summer. Because, Gainey would not deal if he didn’t intend to sign him long term. All of this for a player who has proven prone to injury?

    Personally, I don’t see it happening and if it did, I would be shocked to see it include a Kostitsyn.

  64. 24 Cups says:

    Malik is 6’6′ and plays like he is 5’6′, although he is great in a shootout:-) Can’t wait for the first time he goes head to head with Melrose.

    Going for the Brass Ring – 25 Cups in 100 Years

  65. 24 Cups says:

    Harani – This story went around a week or so ago. Like everything else in life, there is what we want and what we need. We don’t need Gaborik, especially at the price he would cost, both in roster players and disruption to our team chemistry (not implying that he is a negative influence).

    Going for the Brass Ring – 25 Cups in 100 Years

  66. StillattheMapes says:

    I am sure Big Georges will do just fine on the heavy-weight stuff, and he actually has some touch, i.e., he can score if he is a position to do so. I have always argued for an enforcer on the team (cf), you absolutely just have to have one these days, as always.

    The only thing. He has to play, otherwise he has not the benefit or utility we would like. I think he can add some dimension, and he can crush play up as a forward, though he is more than just a little slightly awkward on his skates. Me, I play him at least 50%.

    On the real side, the best player we have ever had in a Habs jersey to fill this role is, yes, ta-ra-ta-ta

    Chris Nilan.

    The only thing my old man and I ever agreed on, and Nilan hated the Bruins, as do I.

    Oh yes. home-opener tomorrow night.

    Thank God we will not have to sing the anthem…………

  67. HAB-PROFESSOR says:

    well…what I dreamed and yelled about for over the last couple years has finally (almost) come true… WELCOME LAROCK! he will will bring justice to the ice, not the damn refs…Larock! and that is a key ingredient to making a run. Can’t wait for him to play his first game…and then we will be complete.

  68. Bugs says:

    Thanks to Jim for reminding me to get crackin’.
    My brother’s already started and I’ve now jumped into the fray.
    Our claim at Habs Bros?
    To be the goofiest, yet still insightful, Mtl Canadien blog on the planet.
    That’s right, the whole dang planet. And yes, I mean Earth, smart guy.
    First up: Plus / Minuses for Kovy and Saks. Though you have access to as much as you want, just scroll down.
    Et si vous entendez le son des cloches? Vous tournez la page!
    Peace Out.
    Lord Bugs Potter, esq. Earl of Fluppitburg, Baron of Flopshlupshire and Knight of the Flannel Republic.

  69. GHG33 says:

    also on TSN’s top 10. (which is probably the same thing lol)

    Drive For 25 Is Alive!

  70. nightmare_49 says:

    B B – laffs Alex Steen’s father Thomas lost in Winnipeg.

  71. HAB-PROFESSOR says:

    Nilan, Kordic, I remember a guy called ROBERGE who was tough also… I think his name got on the cup.

  72. Robert L says:

    I tried this earlier, and it seems everyone had trouble with it. Can someone let me know if it worked for you.

    Click this link below, click download, then click open. A Windows media player will open.

    It is an audio clip of Danny Gallivan and Dick Irvin calling the third period of the Habs 1973 Game 6 Cup win over Chicago.

    I’ve loaded three clips at my site at this link. They work for me from there, but others might have a problem with it.

    Can someone help me with this test? Let me know if it works or not, and what browser you are using. Your help is much appreciated.

  73. StillattheMapes says:

    That would be Mario Laberge. Skate poor. A hitter. Major-middle boxer. Nearly ’86. Just basta cosi. Though I cannot remember even one single fight with him, anyone? Or playing……

  74. JIMVINNY says:

    Robert, I’ve tried the link from your post, as well as the direct links from your site, but none of my media players recognize the .lnk extension. Now, that could be my media players causing the problem, but I don’t think so.

    Taking a closer look, it seems that you are possibly uploading a shortcut, rather than the actual file, which is why it works on your computer.

    I could be way off, though. hope this helps.

    P.S, I’ve tried both IE7 and Firefox 3.

  75. GHG33 says:

    Does not work.. says a drive or network connection it refers to is unavailable.

    Drive For 25 Is Alive!

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