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The Three Stars of the Week

1. D Morgan Ellis has emerged as the premiere prospect of the week with his most impressive production to date. The 2nd-year captain of the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles had both the highest-scoring game and highest-scoring week of his junior career. Ellis would collect two assists on Wednesday including having a hand in the game-winning goal to earn a 4-3 win over PEI Rocket. On Saturday, Ellis would have a career night as he scored two goals and two assists, including the eventual game-winning goal in a wild 9-4 victory for Cape Breton over the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies. Ellis was held without a point on Sunday however in the team’s only loss of the week in a rematch with Rouyn-Noranda. Ellis’s week raised him to 7 goals, 11 assists in 21 games, equal to half of his points production in 65 games last season and he is only one goal away from tying his goals production from last year. Ellis is now 10th overall in defensive scoring in the QMJHL. Ellis was drafted in the 4th round, 117th overall by the Montreal Canadiens in the 2010 Entry Draft.

2. RW Brendan Gallagher is no stranger to the honours list, Gallagher receives attention for a 5-point week over a three game in three night schedule. Gallagher began his week representing Team WHL in the 5th game of the WHL Super Series where had been named the captain for the game. Gallagher went without a point in the game, a victory for team WHL but his absence from the scoresheet seemed to light a fire under the high-scoring winger. Gallagher would score a goal and three assists as his team routed the Victoria Royals 11-3 on Friday night, it was his 4th game of the season recording at least 4 points in a game. Gallagher failed to score a point in regulation or close in overtime, but he did open up the shootout with one of two shootout markers by his team to bring in a victory on Saturday over the Everett Silvertips. Gallagher would tally a single assist as his team lost 4-1 to the Kootenay Ice on Sunday night. Gallagher’s scoring raised him to 6th overall in the WHL in points and he is 5th in the league in goals. Gallagher was drafted in the 5th round, 147th overall by the Montreal Canadiens in the 2010 Entry Draft.

3. LW Steve Quailer has spent two years working on a return from a devastating ACL tear that ended his sophomore NCAA season before it began and severely hampered his previous season. In his first season back from injury, Quailer scored a mere 3 goals and 10 assists in 2010-11 over 38 games, he seems set this year to put such things behind him. Quailer scored two goals and an assist in a pair of wins for Northeastern University over the weekend. Quailer has now scored 3 goals and 5 assists over 10 games. Quailer was drafted in the 3rd round, 86th overall by the Montreal Canadiens in the 2008 Entry Draft.

On The Radar: D Nathan Beaulieu had three assists on his week. D Mac Bennett scored his 3rd goal of the season, passing his previous season mark of 2 goals and matched his previous season output of 10 points in 19 fewer games. C Michael Bournival returned from injury and delivered a clutch performance in his 2nd game back, scoring the tying goal and than the overtime marker to bring in a victory for his team. D Scott Kishel has been promoted to Habs Future based on an outstanding season start, he has scored 1 goal and 11 assists in 14 games in NCAA hockey this season for University of Minnesota-Duluth.

Question Marks: LW Olivier Archambeault has no points in 3 of his last 4 games and is a team-worst -12. C Gabriel Dumont is out with a shoulder injury. RW Danny Kristo has 1 assist in his last 6 games. D Brendon Nash is out indefinitely after having shoulder surgery in October. RW Maxim Trunev has missed his last two games in the KHL, potentially injured. C Dustin Walsh is out with a leg injury.

Complete Statistics for the week of November 14th, 2011
Legend
Skaters:
Games Played, Goals, Assists, +/-, Penalty Minutes
Goalies: Wins, Losses, Overtime Losses, Shootout Losses, Goals Against Average, Save Percentage
Teams: Wins, Losses, Overtime Losses, Shootout Losses, Ties (for NCAA teams only)
Season Stats: Season scoring prior to the past week.

The AHL Report
: The Hamilton Bulldogs have been the AHL affiliate of the Montreal Canadiens since 2002. It is the most common route for developing Montreal Canadiens prospects into full-time members of the organization. There are currently 10 members of the Hamilton Bulldogs that can be thought to have future consideration for an NHL position. The Hamilton Bulldogs have a record of 6-8-1-1 and are 4th in their Division, 13h in their Conference, 27th overall in the AHL.

RW Alexander Avtsin: 20 years old, 6’2″, 199 pounds, RH shot.

Season Stats: 14GP, 1G, 4A, -3, 6 PIM
Weekly Stats: 2GP, 1G, 0A, -1, 0 PIM | Complete Stats: 16GP, 2G, 4A, -4, 6 PIM

RW Mike Blunden: 24 years old, 6’4”, 218 pounds, RH shot.

Season Stats: 5GP, 0G, 3A, +1, 0 PIM

Weekly Stats: 2GP, 1G, 1A, 0, 4 PIM | Complete Stats: 7GP, 1G, 4A, +1, 4 PIM

C Philip DeSimone 24 years old, 6’1”, 188 pounds, LH shot.

Season Stats: 14GP, 3G, 1A, -6, 6 PIM
Weekly Stats: 2GP, 1G, 0A, -1, 0 PIM | Complete Stats: 16GP, 4G, 1A, -7, 6 PIM

C Louis Leblanc: 20 years old, 6’, 180 pounds, RH shot.

Season Stats: 9GP, 3G, 3A, -1, 4 PIM

Weekly Stats: 2GP, 0G, 1A, -1, 0 PIM | Complete Stats: 11GP, 3G, 4A, -2, 4 PIM

D Mark Mitera: 23 years old, 6’3”, 210 pounds, LH shot.

Season Stats: 14GP, 0G, 2A, -9, 8 PIM
Weekly Stats: 2GP, 0G, 0A, -1, 0 PIM | Complete Stats: 16GP, 0G, 2A, -10, 8 PIM

Called up to Montreal:

C Andreas Engqvist: 23 years old, 6’4″, 191 pounds, RH shot.

Season Stats: 8GP, 3G, 2A, +2, 0 PIM

RW Aaron Palushaj: 22 years old, 6′, 188 pounds, RH shot.

Season Stats: 6GP, 1G, 6A, -3, 0 PIM

Injured:

C Gabriel Dumont: 20 years old, 5’10″, 189 pounds, RH shot.

Season Stats: 10GP, 1G, 0A, -3, 8 PIM

D Brendon Nash: 23 years old, 6’3″, 210 pounds, LH shot.

Season Stats: 0GP, 0G, 0A, 0, 0 PIM

Assigned to the ECHL Wheeling Nailers:

G Peter Delmas: 21 years old, 6’2”, 188 pound, Catches Left.

AHL

Season Stats: 0 GP, 0-0-0, 0.00GAA, 1.00 Save %

ECHL:

Season Stats:  5 GP, 3-1-0, 2.14GAA,  .905 Save %

Weekly Stats: 1 GP, 1-0-0, 1.87GAA,  .931Save % | Complete Stats: 6 GP, 4-1-0, 2.14GAA,  .912 Save %

The Juniors Report: The Canadiens currentlyfeature prospects playing in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL), the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) and the Western Hockey League (WHL). These leagues can be considered the primary conduit towards professional hockey in North America.
QMJHL:
LW Olivier Archambeault: 18 years old, 5’11”, 184 pounds. LH shot.

Junior Club: Drummondville Voltigeurs

(11W, 14L, 1 OTL, 1 SOL – 12th of 17th overall in the QMJHL)

Season Stats: 19GP, 8G, 9A, -11, 6 PIM
Weekly Stats: 2GP, 0G, 0A, -1, 4 PIM | Complete Stats: 21GP, 8G, 9A, -12, 10 PIM

D Nathan Beaulieu: 18 years old, 6’3”, 191 pounds, LH shot.

Junior Club: Saint John Sea Dogs – Alternate Captain

(21W, 7L, 0 OTL, 0 SOL- 1st of 17th overall in the QMJHL)

Season Stats: 20GP, 6G, 11A, +14, 45 PIM
Weekly Stats: 3GP, 0G, 3A, +2, 0 PIM | Complete Stats: 23GP, 6G, 14A, +16, 45 PIM

C Michaël Bournival: 19 years old, 6’, 187 pounds, LH shot.

Junior Club: Shawinigan Cataractes – Team Captain

(16W, 8L, 1 OTL, 2 SOL – 5th of 17th overall in the QMJHL.)

Season Stats: 7GP, 10G, 3A, +6, 2 PIM
Weekly Stats: 3GP, 2G, 0A, -2, 2 PIM | Complete Stats: 10GP, 12G, 3A, +4, 4 PIM

D Morgan Ellis: 19 years old, 6’2″, 204 pounds, RH shot.
Junior Club: Cape Breton Screaming Eagles – Team Captain

(11W, 14L, 0 OTL, 1 SOL – 14th of 17th overall in the QMJHL)

Season Stats: 18GP, 5G, 7A, -4, 10 PIM
Weekly Stats: 3GP, 2G, 4A, +1, 0 PIM | Complete Stats: 21GP, 7G, 11A, -3, 10 PIM

OHL:

D Jarred Tinordi: 19 years old, 6’7″, 215 pounds, LH shot.
Junior Club: London Knights – Team Captain

(18W, 4L, 0 OTL, 1 SOL – 1st of 20th overall in the OHL)

Season Stats: 10GP, 0G, 4A, +12, 28 PIM
Weekly Stats: 3GP, 0G, 0A, -1, 6 PIM | Complete Stats: 12GP, 0G, 4A, +11, 34 PIM

WHL:
D Darren Dietz: 18 years old, 6’1”, 195 pounds, RH shot.

Junior Club: Saskatoon Blades – Alternate Captain

(17W, 6L, 0 OTL, 1 SOL – 1st of 22nd overall in the WHL)

Season Stats: 22GP, 4G, 10A, +19, 43 PIM
Weekly Stats: 2GP, 1G, 0A, -1, 2 PIM | Complete Stats: 24GP, 5G, 10A, +18, 45 PIM

RW Brendan Gallagher: 19 years old, 5’8″, 175 pounds, RH shot.
Junior Club: Vancouver Giants – Alternate Captain

(15W, 9L, 0 OTL, 1 SOL – 5th of 22nd overall in the WHL)

Season Stats: 18GP, 18G, 13A, +8, 25 PIM
Weekly Stats: 3GP, 1G, 4A, +1 , 2 PIM | Complete Stats: 21GP, 19G, 17A, +9, 27 PIM

US College Hockey (NCAA) Report: The Canadiens have drafted a number of college players in recent years, these are generally ‘project players’ who benefit from additional years in lower level hockey to develop their skills.

D Mac Bennett: 20 years old,  6′, 180 pounds, LH shot.
NCAA Team: University of Michigan Wolverines

(7W, 5L, 2T)

Season Stats: 12GP, 2G, 7A, +8, 6 PIM
Weekly Stats: 2GP, 1G, 0A, +1, 0 PIM | Complete Stats: 14GP, 3G, 7A, +9, 6 PIM
D Scott Kishel: 22 years old, 6’, 190 pounds, LH shot.

NCAA Team: University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs

(9W, 3L, 2T)

Season Stats: 12GP, 1G, 8A, +5, 4 PIM

Weekly Stats: 2GP, 0G, 3A, +5, 6 PIM | Complete Stats: 14GP, 1G, 11A, +10, 10 PIM

RW Danny Kristo: 21 years old, 5’11”, 188 pounds, RH shot.
NCAA Team: University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux

(4W, 7L, 1T)

Season Stats: 10GP, 4G, 8A, +3, 8 PIM
Weekly Stats: 2GP, 0G, 0A, 0, 2 PIM | Complete Stats: 12GP, 4G, 8A, +3, 10 PIM

C Mark MacMillan: 19 years old, 6’, 170 pounds, LH shot.

NCAA Team: University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux

(4W, 7L, 1T)

Season Stats: 10GP, 2G, 2A, -9, 4 PIM
Weekly Stats: 2GP, 0G, 1A, 0, 0 PIM | Complete Stats: 12GP, 2G, 3A, -9, 4 PIM

D Greg Pateryn: 21 years old, 6’3”, 222 pounds, RH shot.

NCAA Team: University of Michigan Wolverines

(7W, 5L, 2T)

Season Stats: 12GP, 2G, 8A, +8, 8 PIM
Weekly Stats: 2GP, 0G, 0A, +1, 2 PIM | Complete Stats: 14GP, 2G, 8A, +9, 10 PIM

LW Steve Quailer: 21 years old, 6’4”, 200 pounds, LH shot.

NCAA Team: Northeastern University Huskies

(3W, 7L, 2T)

Season Stats: 8GP, 1G, 4A, -2, 10 PIM
Weekly Stats: 2GP, 2G, 1A, +3, 2 PIM | Complete Stats: 10GP, 3G, 5A, +1, 12 PIM

C Dustin Walsh: 20 years old, 6’3”, 190 pounds, LH shot.

NCAA Team: Dartmouth College Big Green

(4W, 4L, 0T)

Season Stats: 5GP, 2G, 5A, +3, 2 PIM
Weekly Stats: 0GP, 0G, 0A, 0, 0 PIM | Complete Stats: 5GP, 2G, 5A, +3, 2 PIM

Czech Extraliga Report: The Extraliga is the top professional league in the Czech Reppublic. The First League is the league that plays under it.

C Daniel Pribyl: 18 years old, 6’3”, 190 pounds, RH shot.

Extraliga Team: HC Sparta Praha

(14W, 3L, 6 OTL – 1st of 14th overall in the League)

Season Stats: 13GP, 2G, 0A, 0, 2 PIM
Weekly Stats: 2GP, 0G, 0A, 0, 0 PIM | Complete Stats: 15GP, 2G, 0A, 0, 2 PIM

Czech First League Team: HC Berountsi Medovi

(12W, 11L, 1 OTL – 8th of 14th overall in the League)

Season Stats: 5GP, 2G, 3A, +2, 2 PIM
Weekly Stats: 1GP, 0G, 0A, -1, 0 PIM | Complete Stats: 6GP, 2G, 3A, +1, 2 PIM

Elitserien Report: The Swedish Elite League as it is the top professional league of Sweden.

D Magnus Nygren: 21 years old, 6’1”, 191 pounds, RH shot.

Elitserien Team: Farjestads BK

(10W, 7L, 5 OTL – 7th of 12 overall in the League)

Season Stats: 20GP, 5G, 6A, -6, 0 PIM
Weekly Stats: 2GP, 0G, 0A, -1, 0 PIM | Complete Stats: 22GP, 5G, 6A, -7, 0 PIM

Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) Report: The Kontinental Hockey League is the professional hockey league of Russia, Due to a lack of a comprehensive transfer agreement between the NHL and the KHL it can be very difficult for NHL clubs to attract their drafted Russian prospects.
RW Maxim Trunev: 20 years old, 5’11″, 189 pounds, RH shot.
KHL Club: Severstal Cherepovets

(12W, 9L, 1 OTL, 1 SOL – 10th of 23rd overall in the League)

Season Stats: 20GP, 3G, 4A, -3, 0 PIM
Weekly Stats: 1GP, 0G, 0A, 0, 0 PIM | Complete Stats: 21GP, 3G, 4A, -3, 0 PIM

62 Comments

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  2. G-Man says:

    Wow. A little snow on the ground and no new threads? Isn’t there a game tonight?

  3. HardHabits says:

    So let me guess. Halak and Boucher are mere mortals.

    Jacques Martin is the wisest old man on the planet. Maybe Martin should just dress in robes and sit on top of a mountain in the Himalayas and other coaches can climb high to ask him the answers to age old questions. Like:

    Young Coach: What is the best form of offense?
    Guru Martin: That’s easy. The best form of offense is a good defense.

    Young Coach: Who should be your leading point scorer?
    Guru Martin: If not your goaltender then it should be either a defenseman or an overpaid over the hill veteran.

    Young Coach: What is the best way to motivate a player?
    Guru Martin: Sitting him on the bench.

    Young Coach: What is the most effective 4th line?
    Guru Martin: There are 4 lines in hockey?

  4. rhino514 says:

    So all this fuss about Gallagher but he´s actually usually only sixth or seventh in scoring in his league. That means, as amazing as he looks, there are actually five guys ahead of him. The scoring in that league must be incredibly high and to be taken with a grain of salt. Who are the guys ahead of him and are they considered to be A1 prospects?

    • SlimDiggity says:

      I’m pretty sure Gallagher has played less games than the players ahead of him (he missed games early on because he was in an NHL camp… hint hint). Also, Brendan plays on a bad team. He’s pretty much a one man wrecking crew.

  5. The_Franchise31 says:

    Really? Couldn’t find it on my iPhone but my girlfriend sent me the link through email about an hour ago

  6. The_Franchise31 says:

    I would say C but more for Martins system. If only he could find a perfect balance of offence and defence…. And did anybody see that fight on YouTube… Man that bruins fans was for sure hurting the next day

  7. samTHEman says:

    Habs have 5 goals against in the last 4 games with 4 rookie defensemen.

    Habs Last 4 games:
    CAR: 0 GA (Price)
    NYI: 4GA (Budaj)
    RAN: 0GA (Price)
    BOS: 1GA (Price)
    TOTAL: 5GA in 4 GP
    93 Shots against ( 60 on Price and 33 on Budaj)
    23.25 shots/game average
    20 shots/game average on Price (3 games not 4)

    Tampa Last 4 games:
    WPG: 5GA
    PIT: 1GA
    NJD: 4GA
    TOR: 7GA
    TOTAL: 17GA in 4GP

    Now, my question is (since calls for Martin’s head seemed to have regressed a little bit lately), is this attributed to:

    A. Price
    B. Martin’s system/philosophy of tight team defense
    C. Both (but which one more?)

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    It’s P.K. Tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiime

    • montreal ace says:

      Sam I have to go with A, we will go as far as Price takes us. The aspect of the game that surprised me yesterday, was how quick our D got the puck out and at how efficient they were with their passing. I can see this mobile type of D joining the rush and helping the forwards, get a few more goals. I really like Gill but he sure seems slow compared to some of these guys. I am starting to wonder if we take alot of penalties just hooking guys so he can get to the puck.

    • G-Man says:

      Gotta be C, and it’s Martin’s system that is doing it more. Price has been excellent, but without that D first mentality, the rookie D wouldn’t be getting so much help.

  8. PrimeTime says:

    Extreme fans are like employees……ride the good times and bitch the bad…….yet they have all the answers!!

  9. Mark C says:

    After tonight’s game, Tampa will have the fifth worst goal differential in the NHL. All that talent, yet their numbers make them look like a bottom feeder team, has to be the coaching, right?

  10. montreal ace says:

    Nice work Robert, and as always some great information. I think we have some real gems in the system, and the one I like is Bournival. I really hated the trade that brought him here and was pissed about it, but I have changed my tune big time. I now think we lucked out getting him and that someone saw something special in order for us to make that trade. I have a feeling that this trade will help us forget some of the bad ones

  11. PrimeTime says:

    Guy Boucher is a Coaching God!! I guess that depends on your Be-Leafs……young, smart, motivator, new gen coach that has the respect of all his players. Ooops, what happened?? Maybe there’s something to say about NHL experience. No doubt he’ll get there but St.Louis and LeCav will be long gone. Again, like Halak/Price, the idiots are wrong again. What else do they know better than experienced hockey people?? Ha Ha…..now 7-1 Leafs. Guy Guy Guy!!!

  12. Mattyleg says:

    Grrr…
    Have to write something.
    Watching Blues vs Kings on TSN’s NBC feed.

    WHY do Americans have SO MUCH TROUBLE with the letter ‘a’ in foreign names?!?!

    Halak. Ha (as in ‘hat’) lak (as in ‘lack’).
    NOT H’LOCK.

    They do it all the time! Why? Why change the way letters sound??
    They can say “Callaghan”, and not Collohon.
    Spacek. Spa (as in spat) and cek (as in cheque).
    Not Spaw-chek.

    Jeeeeeezis.

    —Hope Springs Eternal—

    • punkster says:

      And that H’lock guy lost. Again.

      Like…like…I thought that H’lock guy was the one to keep…and…and…that Guy the Great was the one to keep…I’m going to explode!

      ***Subbang Baby!!!***

      • Everlasting1 says:

        Just one question. Watch the game?

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        Thus sayeth the Lord, “Destroyed I the Amorite before them, whose height was like the height of the cedars, and he was strong as the oaks.” Amos 2:9

        “We don’t see things as they are, but as we are.” – Anais Nin

        • Everlasting1 says:

          Didn’t think so. Muller as coach, was the one to keep. Re the goalie debacle, it wasn’t so much about who to trade, as it was about the return. Two years later and you still don’t get it. Retire already P.

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          Thus sayeth the Lord, “Destroyed I the Amorite before them, whose height was like the height of the cedars, and he was strong as the oaks.” Amos 2:9

          “We don’t see things as they are, but as we are.” – Anais Nin

          • Mattyleg says:

            I like how you interpret no answer as an answer to your question that you expect.
            How does that work, exactly?

            —Hope Springs Eternal—

          • Mattyleg says:

            Yeah, didn’t think you could justify it.
            (ohhhh, THAT’S how you do it!)

            —Hope Springs Eternal—

          • Everlasting1 says:

            Does P strike you as the analytical/informed type who watches games other than the Habs? No? I don’t think so either.

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            Thus sayeth the Lord, “Destroyed I the Amorite before them, whose height was like the height of the cedars, and he was strong as the oaks.” Amos 2:9

            “We don’t see things as they are, but as we are.” – Anais Nin

          • Mattyleg says:

            I’ve met him.
            He is everything you think he isn’t.
            Clever boy.

            —Hope Springs Eternal—

          • punkster says:

            Oh Matty (blush, blush). So kind (tears up). Feel the same about you big guy (turns head to wipe dust from eye).

            ***Subbang Baby!!!***

      • Bill says:

        This one is okay, but it lacks the dramatic flair of PT’s similar post above. Try harder, Punkster :)

        Full Breezer 4 Life

      • Chris says:

        How would Halak and Price do if they switched places? We’ll never know.

        I don’t put much stock on comparisons because the situations are completely different. I’m happy with Price, but I suspect I would have been happy with Halak too.

    • Chris says:

      To be fair, Montreal fans mangled Vladimir Malakhov’s name something fierce for years.

  13. SeriousFan09 says:

    So, Steve Yzerman spent his summer doing what exactly? TBL defence is still horrid. Boucher not helping himself out tonight by leaving Roloson in there but come on…

    - I shall always remember Captain Koivu. Habs and Hockey.
    SF09 on Twitter

  14. HabinBurlington says:

    Okay the site is very quiet tonight and just spent five minutes fighting the “forbidden” message. Why?

  15. G-Man says:

    Oh no! The team that God himself coaches is down 4-1 to the laffs after 2.
    Tis a sure sign of the apocalypse!

  16. TheMock780 says:

    http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/juniors/2011/11/21/king_chl_wjhc_rankings/

    Interesting, mentions the way Ellis is going he could very well warrant an invite to the World Junior camp. Not sure if he’d make it but an invite is always a good sign

  17. Un Canadien errant says:

    Robert, thanks again for this column. Also, sorry about your Montreal Expats last week, they ran into a loaded team with a near-genius GM (http://games.espn.go.com/fhl/scoreboard?leagueId=1471&seasonId=2012&matchupPeriodId=6). Tough loss for your boys.

    Two questions:

    1) Aside from his size, which is eye-catching, and the knee injury, what do we know about Steve Quailer? What kind of a player does he project turning into?

    2) Who did you drop from your watch list to add Kishel?

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    How about it NHL? No fighting, just hockey?

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  18. Psycho29 says:

    A great job as always Robert! You are a very patient man to gather all this info!!

    I posted this in a thread below about that brawl in the stands last night:

    A caller to Melnick’s TSN990 show was sitting a few rows behind that brawl last night.
    He said that it was 4 Bruins fans, and as the night progressed (or regressed?) the comments from them got worse and racist comments were being said about PK Subban.
    The guy in the black leather jacket warned them….the comments continued…..and then he snapped.
    Anyhow that was his take on it, for what it’s worth!
    Melnick commented that maybe the guy in the leather would look good in a Habs’ sweater

    http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/charges+after+brawl+during+Habs+Bruins+game/5749613/story.html

  19. HabFab says:

    I’m actually cheering for Kishel, not sure if he will continue but good for him so far. He has always been high on my list of “WTF was Timmons thinking!” Glad to see you give him some ink. Excellent job as per usual. Now if he keeps it up and we sign him, some logjam on the farm.

  20. Ian Cobb says:

    You can put your Summit pictures and stories on here.
    Some HIO Summit pictures with Rejean Houle and our group .
    Montreal Canadiens We Are Fans Summit added 4 new photos to the album Ian Cobb Summit 2011 Pics.
    http://tinyurl.com/7xqhmny

  21. Habsrule1 says:

    I just wanted to chime in to thank Robert for this feature. It is amazing and I think I speak for most of us here on the site when I say I appreciate the work you put into this.
    Cheers!

    Go Habs Go!!

    “Fans are great, but the quickest way to start losing is to listen to them.” – Sam Pollock


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