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Canadiens legend Guy Lafleur has been unanimously acquitted by the Quebec Court of Appeal of
giving contradictory testimony at the trial of his son, Mark Lafleur.
Perjury is not a goofy law exclusive to Quebec. The penalty for lying in court is severe and should be.
“Hey Richard, two minutes for looking so good!”
you guys may find this funny. I found it while browsing. http://quizilla.teennick.com/stories/16189637/my-not-so-fictional-hockey-crushpatrick-kane
Yeah, that’s pretty rich.
—Hope Springs Eternal—
That is rational thinking to the highest degree and he will be the elasticity of resilience in a tough environment,a tangible attribute, although innocuous to the opposing team. Of course not to be confused as an apparition of Ron Hextall.” A wise investment indeed.”
Support Carey Price “Hypocrisy is not a virtue”
My apologies, you are right. Of course people in Quebec who read this blog who care for the safety of women.
Pretty much every ex-player who dumps on the Habs in the media was on the wrong end of a playoff series with us in the last 30 years.
- I shall always remember Captain Koivu.
I read it up the part where he said that Kessel was on his way to being “one of the most productive goal scorers in NHL history.”
Is there no more delusional creature on the face of the earth than a Leaf fan?
Obvious good news for Lefleur -being a “westener” I’m happy to see he beat one of Quebec’s “goofy” laws that allows a two-bit prosecuter to try and make a name for himself -hopfully he is fired immediately for costing taxpayers thousands for nothing !
Kelly turned the Big M — Frank Mahovlich — into one of the most productive goal scorers in NHL history. Kessel is on his way to becoming that, and might get there quicker with Kaberle in place as his centre to aid him.
Love your new column, keep them coming!!
MRYTLE!! Where is my gosh darn sandwich?
Goalies in Montreal have two roles, netminder and scapegoat.
Ferraro never liked The Habs especially when he was with The Whalers whenever it counted in the playoffs such as in 1986 & 1989 – The Habs would win and The Whalers went bye bye………..
Anybody see this laugh-fest?
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That was a good read. Yet another blunder by the genius Burke. The Leafs have to have the most overated defence corp in the NHL. I really don’t see them going anywhere this season. The sad thing is it hurts us by helping out Boston.
I’ve seen Price come out of his net to win the puck. I gotta say he is pretty tough himself. I don’t know about a dime a dozen, but if Price does get hurt, there are alot of options right now.
There may be other teams, but only ONE Club De Hockey…
-“People have to really suffer before they can risk doing what they love.” Chuck Palahniuk
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