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The Toronto Maple Leafs, who play the Canadiens on Saturday, are 1-0, having beaten the Stanley Cup-champion Detroit Red Wings. The parade route is forming on Yonge St. at this hour.
I love the sarcasam in this post!
Cherry at the end of the game was priceless! What a putz saying that Kubina is a Norris candidate and that the leafs are a great team…..Please CBC get him off the air.
you cant watch any games online on tsn or cbc from the states.
Nice jersey valeri!
Do I listen to pop music because I am miserable?
Or am I miserable because I listen to pop music?
You should be able to see the game on cbc.ca/sports assuming it hasn’t been blacked out in the states…
here is the schedule for center ice on directv, and it shows montreal games on both friday and saturday
Every dog has its day.
What have we learned? Toronto will not go 82 games without a win, Detroit will have to win a game before anyone can annoint them champions. Go Habs!
As posted by moi, Detroit won’t be there at the end. MMWs!
Heehee… Annoying the Red Wings is always fun. I don’t care who does it.
MY hope mid season there is a massacre of the laughs.
Leafs looked better than I expected but the Wings were sloppy and gave them 2 easy goals.
PHEW! i figured it out. the reason it’s not on center ice is because the NHL network is showing it. between center ice, versus, NHL network, and the local channel carrying sharks games, i think i have EVERY NHL game at my finger tips. i love it. GO HABS GO!
i’m in san francisco … so i know it isn’t blacked out. i’m looking on the center ice website. here’s the schedule. say it ain’t so?! i NEED to see that game and i don’t want to have to resort to watching a crappy feed online.
where are you located?
If its in the montreal/toronto area it wont be there if its on CBC or RDS.
anyone watching calgary vs vancouver game? luongo looks good.
anyone know why montreal vs toronto on saturday is NOT on the center ice schedule???!! i hope it’s a typo!!
sad. he was so young and had a promising career ahead of him
r.i.p. luc bourdon. canucks are running a great tribute to him before their game tonight.
Def Leppard never recovered after Steve Clark died in 1991.
I watched the game and the Leafs actually played quite well, I was impressed. Toskala played really well too. The Leafs really forced the Wing’s defense and created a lot of turnovers at the Wing’s blue line created many opportunities to score. As much as I dislike them they deserve cudos.
Cherry’s ‘told you so’ comment at the end of the game was priceless though, he really needs a kick in the pants.
“He knows, like, unnecessary facts about putting Sears catalogs on your shin pads.” Sean Avery on Don Cherry
Can’t wait to see how TSN is gonna play this out…Should be entertaining
~Listen to the rooster! He knows what he’s saying!
Not as bad as I thought…Considering they haven’t had a major commercially successful album in 15 years and can still sell out arenas world wide..
Joe Elliot putting the Cup upside down was a bit embarassing but he recovered by saying “Hey we’re soccer boys. What do we know”
I was just glad CBC went to commercial during a “new” song..THe ones when you are at a concert and the band says “this one is from our new album”….my cue for a bathroom break.
Osgood was NOT sharp as was attested by the first goal.
I;m glad the leafs won im going Saturday and I want them and their fans to be feeling high before the game and then BOOM!
Canadas Team, Gods Team You name it The Habs are it
You gotta give it to them. Toskola, Kulamin, Hagman, Moore, and Tlusty all played very well. Whether they keep it up is a different story.
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