BGL: Mr. Nice Guy

Gazette feature on Georges Laraque:

“At the end of the day when I retire I don’t want to be remembered by
how many people I’ve beaten up,” said Laraque, who was born in Montreal
in 1976, the eldest of three children of Haitian parents who arrived
here in 1975. “I want to be remembered for the impact I have had in the

Pat Hickey on the Canadiens choosing Marc-André Bergeron over Mathieu Dandenault.

• At the Daily Hab-it, Arpon Basu lobbies for the acquisition of Cam Barker.

Danny Kristo is looking like a second-round gem and could be captain of the U.S. world juniors team.

• University of New Brunswick prof Michael Fleming tracks Canadiens line combos and defence pairings.

• We know how this feels: Hawks come back from 5-0.

Leafs lose, again. Damien Cox‘s take. Schadenfreude spreads faster than H1N1.

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