Audio: Price vs. Thomas; Habs farm Boyd

AUDIO: Jacques Martin | Hal Gill | Jeff Halpern | Mathieu Darche

(Gill, Halpern courtesy Amanda Stein, Team 990)

The Canadiens will start Carey Price tonight in a bid to snap the team’s three-game losing streak, and the opposition Bruins will counter with Tim Thomas, who’s enjoying a brilliant season in Beantown, in a bid to end Boston’s two-game skid.

This morning, Montreal sent forward Dustin Boyd, who twice has cleared waivers the past month, to the Hamilton Bulldogs of the American Hockey League.

Both teams had optional skates this morning, both coming off games last night. About a dozen Canadiens took part, while the Bruins held a team meeting then booted around a soccer ball at the Bell Centre.

Boston rookie Tyler Seguin will be a game-time decision, having missed his team’s Dec. 11 game vs. Philadelphia with flu-like symptoms. He was scratched last night in Buffalo.

Bruins’ Mark Recchi, the former Canadien, will play his 1,601st NHL game tonight.


  1. habs365 says:

    Good game tonight…backed off a little in the 3rd period…Pacioretty looking good on the 2nd line

  2. NoTinFoilCups says:

    If a contract year cannot motivate the guy what will? I’m tired of these players who need “motivation”. Why not just do the da*n job that you are already well paid for. AK46 will be gone after this season unless he turns things around. If he doesn’t then good riddance.

  3. terrygain says:

    There’s no such thing as odd on a team coached by Jacques Martin.

  4. terrygain says:

    Leclair was just coming into his own when he was traded. I said on the day of the trade that he was a horse  who would run wild in Philly.

  5. terrygain says:

    He wishes you were with him in that body, as well as spirit.

  6. LA Loyalist says:

    You need to see Kovalchuk live and up close. You can see on his face that he wants to do great and he is just stressed out of his mind.

    Maclean has no freaking idea what to do with him, it’s like giving a Nascar Driver an F1 car, they just stare at it. He should have signed in LA, where they have a young skating team.

    Very sad, I don’t think this will end well at all.

  7. Malreg says:

    When the puck is just lying on the goal line or in the crease like that, you’re instinct is to just get it out of there.  It’s a reaction.  Should it have been put in the corner? Yes, but you’re first thought in the situation is to just get it away from the net, unfortunately it went back out in front.

    The goal was caused by several mistakes, and not just one on it’s own.  Spacek playing the puck right through the middle of our zone, Plekanec hurrying back to save Spacek’s blunder and slashing the Flyers’ player’s (JVR?) stick instead of stick lifting, Spacek deciding to join a 3 on 2 rush while on the PK in a tied game with 6 minutes to go, Hamrlik playing the puck out into the slot, and Eller overplaying down low and not covering his guy.

    Can’t really blame 1 single player.

  8. habs365 says:

    I hope you’re line idea is for us not martin…remember it’s his way or the highway


  9. Mark C says:

    What does the number of games played have to do with motivation? All types of players from time-to-time need motivation for many different reasons. Not sure I understand your point.

  10. HabFanSince72 says:

    Odd to see Eller on the PK at the end, especially since Gomez and Halpern were both available. And Laps too.

    I wonder if Pyatt returns tonight.


  11. habs365 says:

    what a joke…ak46 played 31 games and he still needs motivation…tell that to sidney crosby.

  12. WestHab says:

    Spacek did pretty much the same thing when Pleks had to take a penalty to prevent a goal against. Of course philly scored on the resulting pp. Subban made costly errors that help 2 goals against. Philadelphia put a lot of pressure on the Habs D. It worked. In short yeah I had the same thought on Hammer’s feed it was a mind warp, he must have been tired at the time.

    – Who will be at the Heritage Classic?

  13. habs365 says:

    I would say Lapierre and Picard for a good young AHL prospect, that can help us now or next year…sometimes draft picks don’t work out and you’re left hanging…if a GM don’t want to make a deal like that keep what you have and keep on rebuilding…seems that’s the way to go to win a cup…picking up some other teams cast offs unless you’re a contender for the stanley cup…don’t make any sense at all…Habs are a good example…oh they may end up higher in the standings than they did last year…all for not…because of bad deals.

  14. samTHEman says:

    I wouldn’t mind having Bieksa in our line up right now. He will definately help the powerplay, transition game, and on the blue line keeping the puck in the O-Zone.

  15. habs365 says:

    I say if this team is not good enough to win the cup…making the playoffs or not…don’t give up any of our prospects…Kovalchuk in NJ is proof of that…get the big contract than cease to exist.

  16. J_P says:

    You are right that we need gomez, but only when he plays like he played last night which, for most of the season, he hasn’t.  He’s brought that level of intensity MAYBE once or twice this year.  We need that kind of effort from him game in and game out. 

  17. J_P says:

    I said the same thing right away about putting the puck in the corner, but when you look at the overhead, he didnt really have the body position to shoot it towards the corner.  Im sure he was also focusing on not putting it in his own net. Tough break.  the trailer shouldn’t have been left wide open though, can’t really blame hammer on that one. 

  18. Kooch7800 says:

    Closer to the deadline I think you might be right.  Getting something for nothign this early probably is not going to happen.

    Lappierre is useful in the playoffs though.

  19. habzfan2003 says:

    It could have been worse… We could have had the lead, sat on it, then blown it… :p j/k. In actual fact I really liked our effort last night. You can’t win them all but as long as they keep working hard i’ll be happy. But with umpteen years of experience…. Is that the right play by Hamrlik to just toss the puck into the slot with a no look pass??? Something tells me that clearing the puck to the corner was the right play there… anyone?

  20. CHsam says:

    SHould clarify, I meant Top-6 FWD. I agree, no point in getting rid of prospects.

  21. Mattyleg says:

    JM didn’t treat him poorly, he played poorly here.

    He needed a change of air. He wouldn’t have done here what he’s doing there. Sometimes teams aren’t a good fit.

    Look at John Leclair!

    —Hope Springs Eternal—

  22. Maksimir says:

    I’m with you on that one.

  23. JD_ says:

    I really, really need to know what this Friday’s Lotto MAX jackpot is but absolutely cannot find it. If only the information were somewhere handy, in an annoyin’, in-my-face kinda way.

    Strange one last night.

    I’m talkin’, of course, about Carcillo’s first shift. It’s not so much gettin’ launched by PK but tryin’ to make up for it by runnin’ at Laps and endin’ up with a total, flat-on-the-ice fail. A for effort, F for execution. What a fugly maroon.

    Every skater makes mistakes every game but when D-men make ’em, they’re just more glarin’. Add in the rookie factor and you have yourself a whopper. The thing about rookies is their talent stays the same and, hopefully, their bad habits and misjudgments are diluted with experience. Soobs is many things, but one of them isn’t st00pid. He’ll eventually get his head around the mental side.

    It’s like Larry E. Lots of talent, but a rookie’s timin’. Good enough for the AHL but suboptimal in the radically faster-paced NHL. All in due course.

    In the meantime, a solid finish on one of PK’s end-to-enders – you know it’s comin’ – and people will kinda forget all the bad stuff.

    Speakin’ of D-men, it took Lidstrom some 1,400+ games to earn a hat trick? What a sack of s***. Effin’ Lyle Odelein nailed his before he’d played 300 games. Good thing Nick’s got four Cups, a Conny, and six Norrys cuz, other than that, it still took him some 1,100 more tries than Ody to pop three in a game.

    MaxPac looked pretty good out there. Did a much better job standin’ his ground. But, he was pumped and it’s only one game. If he can remain consistent, he’s got a full-time job and the Habs get some additional depth at LW. Would, however, like to see him go harder to the net when Gomer’s gained the zone – which he does time and time again, highlightin’ the consequences of his absence – not only for positionin’, but also to draw traffic away from Gio.

    Effin’ Bobrovsky. If he’s the real deal – every time I see him play, he’s as cool as a cuke – the Flippers get one step closer. Hope Bobby Clobber hears about this cuz as soon as he realizes there could be competition for the Conn Smythe, he’ll run Bobbyrovsky out of town.

    Brian Burke sux.

  24. mbplekfan says:

    The only assets I would look at trading right now are Lapierre and Weber. We have Lapierre covered on the farm and I dont think Weber is going to contribute much. Packaging them with a draft pick might garner us a serviceable defenceman.

  25. Mark C says:

    I think dropping AK46 down to the 4th line was all about motivation, remember in his case ice time = $$$, as he’s up for a new contract at year’s end.

  26. mbplekfan says:

    We had a perfectly good guy in OB. He’s a saviour for Colorado right now. Shame that JM treated him poorly. That size combined with decent defence would come in handy right now.

  27. Kooch7800 says:

    We won’t win the cup this year with our current roster and development where it is so I would agree dumping prospects would not be a good idea.

    I think this team will bring someone in for forward though.

    We could just as easily miss the playoffs with how tight it is currently

  28. HUDSONHAB says:

    I agree that Gomez is a big plus in our end and going up the ice. That may be worth 3mill, now he has to earn the other 4mill in the offensive zone.


  29. likehoy says:

    but that comes back to the question if Boyd is actually good enough to play with Halps, Darche or Pouliot..which He’s not. I would have any of those 3 guys on the ice ahead of Boyd. I’d put Lapierre too cause he contributes intangibles to the game.

    Boyd has now 2 players to beat out for a spot and that’s Pyatt and Eller.

    Boyd, like I said is interchangeable with Pyatt, but Pyatt has been on the team for almost 2 years now and Martin likes what he does on the PK.

    Eller came in the trade for Halak so he’s going to get his chances to prove himself.

    Which leaves Boyd in…oh ya..Hamilton.

    – Gomez is holding down the suck button

  30. matmacat says:

    We don’t need a top 6 D man. We need to develop our young ones. You’re thinking like it’s an all or nothing season. No point getting rid of prospects now.

  31. lenny says:

    JM’s moves are impossible to understand

  32. CHsam says:

    RE: GOMEZ ….

    I for one was a pseudo Gomez-basher… but seeing him back in the game last night made me realize that guy does gain the O-Zone with speed, and that’s better than nothing. When we didn’t have him for those two games, it showed how much we over-relied on Pleks.

    I understand that Markov was key in our D, but I think we need a Top-6 upgrade. If we could get one, and get consistent support from the FWDs in our own end, it could be a good thing…

    Anyways…….. going to check out the insanity of the downtown mall now.

  33. nick says:


    Same could be said of AK46 getting sent to the 4th – albeit, he was back on the first line in rather short order. Doesn’t make sense to demote him when he’s hes the second or third on the Habs for points, when Gomez really hasn’t moved all season.

  34. jimmy shaker says:

    should be playing with PLeks and Cammy and these should be the lines tonight….




    Moen/Laps/Ak46 or Pyatt





    I’m out, C U after the game tonight…


  35. adam76 says:

    Except on the faceoffs.  

  36. nickster13 says:

    well, remember moen on the 2nd and 3rd line? yeah he has been playing with guys who have buried it. Boyd has been playing on the 4th line with players who never score (ever it seems) and playing low minutes. Put him with Halpern and Darche or pouliot and i think his +/- would improve, but maybe its too late for that since JAcques doesnt want to play him, and we all know what that does to players

  37. Kooch7800 says:

    I think the habs should go after Jamie Langenbrunner.  He is in his last year, has good offense and defensive skills.  Plus we already have Gomez and Gio and play a defensive systems.  might as well become the devils

  38. Mattyleg says:

    Yeah, but he comes on hungry as hell every shift…

    —Hope Springs Eternal—

  39. Kooch7800 says:

    I agree. Eller has been one of our most consistent forwards.  The Gomez line and Plek’s line were bothign playing decent though so I think that is why he only got 6 min

  40. StevieRay says:

    Eller ..only 6 + minutes last nite ..then throw him out on the PK at the end … not fair

  41. likehoy says:

    dustin boyd plays less than 10 minutes a game and manages to be a -6 on a team that’s primarily plus players.

    his role is to keep the other team from scoring first, then contribute if he can.

    compared to moen, moen’s a +2. Pyatt on the other hand, I’m not fan of him so whatever, they’re interchangeable to me.

    – Gomez is holding down the suck button

  42. likehoy says:

    NHL style’d headphones.

    The Habs one looks pretty sweet at a reasonable price!

    – Gomez is holding down the suck button

  43. oshawahabsfan says:

    A preview of tonight possibly… Montreal is Thomas’ weakness and Cammy’s due for a hat-trick already

  44. Timo says:

    Oh no you didn’t just say Gomez!

  45. nickster13 says:

    Why is Boyd sent down, hes a good player who hasnt even been given a chance to play, he is more likely to bury it than Moen, Gomez, Pyatt and more

  46. shiram says:

    With Boyd down in Hamilton does that mean we could call-up someone else? Still unsure would that be though.

    Thomas and Price, can we say battle of the two best nhl goalies this season?

  47. Malreg says:

    Don’t really need to call up anybody else, as we have 13 healthy forwards and 7 healthy defensemen.

  48. mike g says:

    So Price vs the fat man….

    Both goalies are the leading candidates for the Vezina so far.

    Our team better play well and allow Price to win this duel, and get the team 2 pts. We get the win tonight, were 10 pts up on 9th place in the Conference. That’s enough breathing room, for now at least.

    And if anyone’s going to the game tonight, please try and remove the invisible cape off of AK’s back. He likes wearing it alot, maybe it keeps him warm. But he probably doesn’t realize that when you wear an invisible cape, you’re invisible. So if you find it, burn it please.

    Finally, Dustin Boyd on waivers. I don’t think anyone in the NHL believes in this guy, except for Pierre McGuire. I’m positive McGuire thinks/knows that Dustin comes from a great family, attended the University of Nobody Cares, played his junior years for some great Canadian CHL organization, his father works from 9 to 4 everyday except for every second Tuesday, goes for coffee at Tim’s at 6:18 am everyday, etc….



    “These head movies make my eyes rain” -Simple Jack

    I got AK at under 64.5 pts, with Triple X and Tom Nickle.

  49. shiram says:

    If Ak46 is cold he doesnt need a cape, he needs a turtleneck, its been doing wonders for Plekky.

  50. observer says:

    Why aren’t Habs making another move to acquire a better quality defenseman since Markov was placed on IR? Thwy have some cap room now and three defensemen I’d get rid of in a New York minute(and that’s fast) – Picard, Hamrlck and Spacek or any of them?

  51. observer says:

    The Battles are 1- Bruins SKATERS vs. Price and 2 – Habs SKATERS vs. Thomas

  52. j2w4habs25 says:

    two great goalies tonight = gonna be a goalies game tonight, should be exciting. GO HABS GO!

  53. observer says:

    Both might also get bombed. Let refs go crazy with powerplays and it would not be a surprise.

  54. avatar_58 says:

    One has to wonder how much effort Boyd will put in after being treated like this

  55. Malreg says:

    …And that matters how?

    He was given a simple role as a bottom 6 player, and just couldn’t get the job done.  If he wants to get play in the NHL next year, he better start working his ass off in the AHL.

  56. joeybarrie says:

    Treated like what? Are we tying him down and poking him? Did we steal his car? Did JM call his mother names??? I mean how exactly have the Canadiens treated Boyd infairly or poorly?

    He got 4th line minutes in Calgary on a team that was out of the playoffs and was minus 6 for the season.

    He is on a two way contract an is one of the only ones so it happens. We have to see what kind of PROFESSIONAL he is.

    There may be other teams, but only ONE Club De Hockey…

  57. Geoff F says:

    If Boyd wants to play in the NHL again, he had better put in the effort.  This is not a HABS thing, this is a Dustin Boyd thing.

  58. lenny says:

    AK46…. after a great start, the mighty Belarusian has put on a disappearing act…the big question is do you resign him? After being benched PK looks scared in the defensive zone and is making even more mistakes, has JM coaching killed his confidence?

  59. TripleX says:

    AK was arguably our best and most consistent forward until JM broke up the top line.  Since then AK and Cammi and to some extent Pleks have gone into a tailspin.  And you blame the players?


    ‘Cogito ergo doleo’

  60. J_P says:

    Unless AK finishes the season with 70 points and 35 goals (numbers that he wont be anywhere near at his current pace), I wouldnt re-sign him.  Too much of a risk, and cap space is too precious.  The most I would give him if he finishes off the year strong is a one year deal. 

  61. Mattyleg says:

    Of course JM killed his confidence!

    JM kills everyone’s confidence!

    That’s why he was hired by the Ontario Teachers’ Consortium (in secret conjunction with the Rand Corporation) to ‘coach’ (read ‘destroy’) the Montreal Canadiens!

    Everyone knows that there is nothing more fragile, more delicate and timorous than a hockey player’s confidence, and JM is the Gargamel to our Smurfs.

    …ahhjeez, I can’t keep this up…

    —Hope Springs Eternal—

  62. habs365 says:

    I keep saying this…not that it means diddly squat…the big problem with this team…thay lack scoring and during a game they get to play on all four lines…what kind of BS coaching is that…if you’re wondering why AK46 did the disappearing act…here’s your answer…it’s been done to Cammy and other players…put the top six on your first two lines and leave it that way…they’ll either win or lose for you…there’s no other choice…every player on the Habs have a certain skill level when they reach the NHL and if any coach thinks a player who is generally a 15-20 goal scorer is gonna score 30-35 goals every year…he had better give his head a shake…it may happen once in awhile and that will be it…once in awhile…the Habs don’t have many players that can do that…that’s one of the reasons they loss to philly last night couldn’t get the big goal when they needed it…scoring is what wins games…defense can also…the only difference…one mistake on defense a scoring team can beat you…not always, but their chances are better……..

  63. forskis says:

    I am going to give my 2 cents about Subban lately…so I apologize for changing the topic…it looks like the following has happened:  PK was a rookie playing like a vet, so they turned him into a rookie playing like a rookie…he does not look the same out there….whether Richards comments before got into the heads of the vets of the Montreal Canadiens and the coaches about Subban or the benchings were a mistake, who knows, but both seem plausible right now.  It is too bad really…I understood, in part, about the benching especially  after his play led to two Oilers’ goals…but -3 against TO and 2 goals gifted by him to the Flyers?  Also, does Richards think Subban respected him enough when he gave away the puck for the 5th goal?  I hate hindsight.

    I hope this is just normal rookie growing pains….after a good period, there will be a bad period and more learning, etc.

    “I am guilty of using elipses…”

  64. thebigguy says:

    Changing the topic?

    How is this changing the topic?

  65. punkster says:

    Oh great, here comes the triple-blames-the-coach broken record.

  66. joeybarrie says:

    What exactly in the entire time AK has been on the Montreal Canadiens has been CONSISTENT about him???

    REAL players can score no matter who they play with. AK has scored points in 13 games this season, and had zero in 18 games. Any way you break it down its the same. First 15 games he score points in SIX GAMES. First 10 games, he still only scored in SIX of them. He has had only 3 consecutive games with points this season.

    Breaking down the top line had nothing to do with it. AK is an inconsistent player. Always has been.

    Hilarious that you blame the COACH for AK….

    There may be other teams, but only ONE Club De Hockey…

  67. Propwash says:

    If AK should be a top six guy, then he’d better play like a top six guy.


    Goalies in Montreal have two roles, netminder and scapegoat. 

  68. Storm Man says:

    Triple has a chronic problem.

  69. joeybarrie says:

    By the way, in those games that Cammi and AK played together in the beginning Cammi didnt have any points in alot of them. Cammi has had points in 18 games this season and 12 without points… ALSO in the last 18 games since the line has been broken up CAMMALLERI has only had 4 games without points… So you are DEAD wrong about Cammi being in a tailspin since playing with AK… Its the FIRST 12 games that Cammi was inconsistent PLAYING WITH AK where he went 7 games in 12 without points…

    As for Pleks, he has been our most consistent player.

    There may be other teams, but only ONE Club De Hockey…

  70. GrimJim says:

    And as Joey showed, triple doesn’t let facts get in the way of a JM-bashing opportunity…

    What would you be if you were attached to another object by an incline-plan wrapped helically around an axis?

  71. punkster says:

    We all have a chronic problem and his name is TX 😉

  72. punkster says:

    I really shouldn’t jump on the little guy so much but he sets himself up for it.

  73. terrygain says:

    It was interesting to hear Martin’s illogical  explanation for why AK was starting on the 4th line last night: because Halpern is playing well and he would like to get some production out of that line. Getting  production from the 4th line is an unlikely prospect and not necessary if you are getting it from the first two lines. All Martin did was weaken the 1st line for the first few shifts. Then he puts AK on with 14 and 13 and they have all kinds of pressure. But when they don’t score AK goes back on the 4th line.  It is frustrating to watch this guy coach. I can only imagine what it’s like to play for him.

    Did anyone notice how those Maple Leaf fans are such sheep? They support management no matter what. It’s no wonder they haven’t won in 43 years.

  74. Storm Man says:

    Story of his life.

  75. Mark C says:

    If you read between the lines JM explanation made a ton of sense. John Lu asked if the change was for motivational proposes, to which JM said something to the affect of there being two ways to look at, then gave the Halpern BS. I don’t believe there is anyway dropping AK46 to the 4th line wasn’t about motivation. AK46 is a RFA at season’s end, so from his point of view ice time = $. JM was hoping a few shifts on the 4th line might help him get going, and it seemed to. AK before last night’s game only had 5 shots in the past 5 games so he really hadn’t been playing well.

    Btw, I’d think AK46 got bumped down again because of his horrid turnover and not because the line didn’t score.


  76. terrygain says:

    JM said something ….blah blah balh….  then
    gave the Halpern BS.

    FIFY. Go ahead,  defend the guy as he destroys your team right befre your eyes.


    Did anyone notice how those Maple Leaf fans are such sheep? They support management no matter what. It’s no wonder they haven’t won in 43 years.

  77. Mark C says:

    How is Martin destroying the team? I’m not a huge Martin fan, but he’s not destroying the team and most of his moves make sense, even with the questionable ones we should remember that we only know about 10% of the information he does. That’s way the constant bashing of coach’s over minor decision is foolish.

  78. SeriousFan09 says:

    Good idea, spread the Turtleneck power around.


    – I shall always remember Captain Koivu. Habs and Hockey.

  79. SeriousFan09 says:

    The very respectable Marc-Antoine Godin tweets that Louis Leblanc will be placed on the top line of Team Canada’s WJC squad with LA Kings prospect Brayden Schenn and St. Louis Blues prospect Jaden Schwartz.


    – I shall always remember Captain Koivu. Habs and Hockey.

  80. oshawahabsfan says:

    That’s where he should be, as one of the healthy scratches for the last game it showed that he was considered a top player in the coaches mind. Hurry up Boxing Day!

  81. BJT says:

    Really? I was kinda hoping for him to be with Sean Coutourier (sp?) & Schenn.


    Formerly known as Camel_Larry..
    ..”No more Looser on this teams!!” – Canadienboy

  82. SeriousFan09 says:

    Hamrlik is leading all Defencemen in points, Spacek has had some bad nights and Picard is really sliding but Hamrlik has been a rock when Markov has been out since last season.

    The team can’t allow themselves to be forced into a desperation trade, Weber must be given his chances and they can’t hamstrung taking on long-term deals from clubs aiming to lose overpaid defenders. Canadiens will make a move but when they’re in a better position, too many teams are still in the race for the playoffs that they can strike a solid bargain.


    – I shall always remember Captain Koivu. Habs and Hockey.

  83. avatar_58 says:

    Maybe because they have excess defenceman as is? Who would sit?

  84. marshx says:

    glad to see Carey get the back to back this time!

  85. J_P says:

    no choice really, we need the two pts and need to get out of this slump. 

  86. marshx says:

    cuz there was nothing mentioned about Subban in the original post I guess?

  87. joeybarrie says:

    Unless we can trade AK for somthing good, I say re-sign him for 3 million a season. He has been inconsistent, but has averaged between .55 points per game to .65 points per game per season. He averages 50 points a season if he played a full 82 games. Thats worth 3 million. He is a top 2 line player who will slowly become better and better as he gets older and gains experience. He is averaging 64 points this season. If he gets there…. 3-4 million easy.

    There may be other teams, but only ONE Club De Hockey…

  88. SeriousFan09 says:

    These aren’t set lines, depends on how it all blends together but they could be reunited, this is how it starts. Schenn is no slouch either, 5th overall in 2009 and managed to play a few with the Kings before being sent back to Junior this season.


    – I shall always remember Captain Koivu. Habs and Hockey.

  89. BJT says:

    Don’t get me wrong, I’m thrilled to have him playing with Schenn. Maybe I just don’t know enough about Schwartz.


    Formerly known as Camel_Larry..
    ..”No more Looser on this teams!!” – Canadienboy

  90. SeriousFan09 says:

    Jaden Schwartz plays in NCAA Hockey for Colorado College, he has 11G, 15A in 17GP and is 3rd overall in the entire NCAA in scoring. He leads the team as a rookie and they play in the WCHA Division, which could be considered the toughest division in NCAA D-1 Hockey by some. A bit small at 5’10”, but if he’s being included, he’s got wheels. Watched some YT highlights, very quick hands and he can use those hands while he’s going at full speed.


    – I shall always remember Captain Koivu. Habs and Hockey.

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