Waiting for a diagnosis

Sadly, no news on Andrei Markov’s injury from the medical specialists at RDS and CKAC.

Arpon Basu Tweets: No one will know exact prognosis on Andrei Markov’s knee injury until he sees Dr. Tony Miniaci of Cleveland Clinic…

Canadiens gear for life without number 79

Price riding wave of confidence

• Dave Stubbs on TSN analyst (and Habs alum) Mike Johnson

The Colin Campbell debacle

Jaro bombed


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  2. dudurules says:

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  3. Habifornia says:

    Just saw this at Sportsnet.ca: http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/2010/11/16/markov_injury/

    Hope it’s not true :~(



    “Mr Gainey, you will not regret picking me”.
    – PK Subban

  4. matraque says:

    Can HIO add Team 990 as medical specialists as well?



    Canadien en 5!
    Never go Full Retard

  5. Dave Stubbs says:

    Anthony Miniaci is the surgeon who rebuilt Markov’s ACL last May. Sadly, Andrei’s Canadian passport is going to come in handy as he commutes to Cleveland again.

    Dave Stubbs
    Habs Inside/Out
    Sports Columnist/Feature Writer, Montreal Gazette
    • On Twitter: twitter.com/habsinsideout1

  6. J Haul says:

    Hi Dave! You look lonely over here. 😀

    Thanks for the information. Hopefully this is just a case of the doctor checking up, not cutting.

  7. Julie H says:

    Hey Dave,

    Any chance you, Boone, Hickey and Mio are free on or around January 6th? That so happens to be our 41st game and since not everybody made it to the mini summit, I thought it might be fun for us to get together and compare half-way reports.

    It is a home game though, so I understand if you’re all writing articles for the next day’s Gazette. Let me know.

    “I know you’re wise beyond your years, but do you ever get the fear that your perfect verse is just a lie you tell yourself to help you get by?”

  8. Exit716 says:

    I wonder what the good Doctor gets paid in comparison to the athletes he operates on?

  9. 23 HABS 23 says:

    I think Jaroslav Halak has found a great home in St. Louis – I just read the article “Jaro Bombed” and there are a lot of Blues players answering for what happened last night … but no words from the AMAZING starting goalie Jaroslav Halak.

    I remember not too long ago when Carey Price had a bad game, people wanted him to man up and face the media with answers as to why his play was not quite up to snuff.  Now that Halak is in the spotlight in a smaller market, it’s funny that he does not have the courage to answer for his lack of performace – glad that Halak has a safe place to hide in his new home of St. Louis – he would never have survived in Montreal – plus, I believe in my heart of hearts that he did not want to play in Montreal … for he knew as well as I did that he would never have been able to repeat his performance of the end of last season and / or the playoffs – and his small frame would have crumbled under the weight of the Habs faithful and their expectations of him.  So good that he landed his salary and contract in St, Louis – but all in all … Good Riddance to Halak!

    GO HABS GO! (Let’s go get that elusive 25th Stanley Cup!)

  10. kakey says:

    Another reason that the Habs did not keep Halak may be his loud mouth Twitter trigger happy agent Allan Walsh, who would create a huge distraction with his antics.

  11. matraque says:

    And those who enjoyed Halak as a Hab were accused of trolling… Nice work.


    Canadien en 5!
    Never go Full Retard

  12. LesFleurs says:

    He has a .947 save percentage at home.

    He didn’t know what you were talking about and neither do you.

    Get back in the cave, troll.

  13. matraque says:

    RDS and CKAC (and they are doing an amazing Hockey coverage by the way) will be seen as genius if their ball park prognosis was right…


    Canadien en 5!
    Never go Full Retard

  14. TommyB says:

    Regarding the Colin Campbell debacle….anyone still believe NHL conspiracies are still impossible, and figments of Habs fans imaginations?  What has been uncovered and reported on yesterday really makes one wonder.  What else has gone on in the NHL league offices that hasn’t been exposed and reported on?

  15. habfan01 says:

    Reading this article makes it sound like caampbell is pretty innocent. if you read the actual emails, it puts him in a fairly bad light.

  16. habs365 says:

    I feel sorry for Halek last night….however like I said a long time ago when no one wanted price….a goalie is as good as the team in front of him….his team let him down….so don’t always blame the goalie….how ever they’re human and they have bad games to.

  17. JohnBellyful says:

    The Montreal Canadiens have been issuing frequent updates on the status of Andrei Markov’s injured right knee. Here’s a summary of the most recent status reports, minus the webcam images:

    7 a.m. Nothing to report
    7:05 a.m. Nothing to report
    7:10 a.m. Markov reports knee feels itchy and scratches irritated area. Team physicians confirm diagnosis and applaud method of self-treatment.
    7:15 a.m. Nothing to report.
    7:20 a.m. Nothing to report. Halak gets bombed in 6-3 loss to Avalanche.
    7:25 a.m. MRI test results in. Markov scores 87 per cent on multiple choice, but only 52 per cent on short essay questions. Doctors express concern.
    7:30 a.m. Sudden swelling in knee prompts team trainer to abort insertion of mini-cam and cancellation of contract to provide exclusive video for HIO subscribers.
    7:35 a.m. Nothing to report.
    7:55 a.m. Exploratory surgery reveals surprisingly hardly any damage to the anterior cruciate ligament, the posterior cruciate ligament, the lateral meniscus or the medical meniscus. Team says Markov could be ready to play by Thursday.
    7:56 a.m. Team retracts statement after learning surgery was performed on left knee, as a result of a poorly handwritten note and a calculated gamble by surgical team advised they were dealing with a lower body injury.
    8 a.m. Team announces Markov could be out until after Christmas as a result of complications arising from exploratory surgery on left knee. The right knee, on the other hand, er, leg, is doing fine.

  18. toinz says:

    12 670 fans in Colorado last night for the game.


    I know the game started early but isnt that really low for Denver?

  19. observer says:

    thats why prices in montreal, toronto, vancouver for seats are higher because the money is then sent to those such teams in the usa. and the stupid fans of canada dont say a word!

  20. VintageFan says:

    Yeah Halak did not look good.  On the other hand, our “surplus” D-man Obie had a strong game

  21. Born in a Bad Year says:

    Did anyone else catch Liles in the first intermission giving props to O’Byrne?  Liles said it was great having him as a partner,  for being a strong stay at home defenceman, who gave him the freedom to get up in the play.  Liles had no goals this year until O’Byrne showed up.

    I wished that O’Byrne’s development had been handled more like Price’s this year.   It would have been very different if at some point management had just said, mistakes and all, you are the man now, please prove it.  Instead they went out to market to pick up rentals and has-beens instead of developing our own prospects.

  22. StevieRay says:

    OB looked pretty comfortable last nite . He was moving the puck confidently ..crisp breakout passes … + 3 for the nite and almost a Gordie Howe hattrick !

    Certainly didn’t resemble the OB we seen …. but I’m happy for him ..a class guy !

  23. kakey says:

    Will he turn into Chipchura who got rid of his visor and became a regular fighter after being traded?

  24. shiram says:

    Meh thats a non-fight, they barely hit each other
    but good on OB to get some ice time, work and get involved with his new team

    Poutine, the perfect trio, on any line.

  25. habs365 says:

    Life without Markov….get use to it….if not this time….eventually it will be permanent….he’ll never be the same….everytime the knee gets hit….he’ll be gone….as much as I like him….I wouldn’t sign anyone to a big contract with bum knees….that’s a recipe for disaster.

  26. shiram says:

    I’ll hold off on the speculations untill we get some actual news.

    Poutine, the perfect trio, on any line.

  27. RetroMikey says:

    The team performed
    well without him and the team can perform as a team without him IMO.

    But if we go down with another injury on D, the team is in big trouble.

    “We will win the Cup one day only with ? in the nets “

  28. 23 HABS 23 says:

    If you had any level of reading comprehension (which clearly you do not!) … you would have noticed that I was NOT talking about his home Save Percentage … I was NOT talking about his away Save Percentage … I was talking about Halak’s Save Percentage based on the last 3 games he started … GET A CLUE FRIEND!

    GO HABS GO! (Let’s go get that elusive 25th Stanley Cup!)

  29. 23 HABS 23 says:

    The last 3 games he started were not that good really.  8-1 loss
    (allowed 4 goals on 15 shots – Pulled from game SV% 0.733), 3-2 OT loss
    (SV% .923), and tonight’s flub 6-3 loss (SV% 0.739) … fora whopping
    SV%.798 over the last 3 games started and allowing 12 goals.  Quite
    impressive … we definitely should have traded Price … NOT!

    GO HABS GO! (Let’s go get that elusive 25th Stanley Cup!)

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