Rightwing - (P)Member since November 10, 2007
Habs fan since: 1970
Favorite current player: Saku Koivu
All-time favorite player: Guy Carbonneau
- Comment on Episode 4: Is Carey Price underpaid with the Canadiens? (2014-10-31 21:06:13)
Let's assure the Habs can afford no one else on the payroll, other than PK and Carey. This headline link bait about these players being underpaid are for what? ...To feel sorry for the player? The more it costs to sign talent, the less talent can be signed. Period. The better question is: are a number of news columnists overpaid for offering drivel show topics?
- Comment on Familiar faces on Sportsnet’s NHL broadcast team (2014-08-31 13:04:30)
Ooo. Strong counter argument ;) I should say back to you. "You might want to rethink your statement." What you said adds nothing to this or any other conversation. ...Nor on the merits of this way of looking at hockey.
- Comment on Familiar faces on Sportsnet’s NHL broadcast team (2014-08-31 12:03:40)
Here's a number of good reasons why the PK deal is a disaster, as it now stands...unless he's traded. Great article on advanced stats and emphasis on forwards/goalies over "D".
- Comment on Habs will play eight preseason games in 13 days; Kovalev criticizes Subban (2014-08-20 20:02:17)
What is this, simply another rumour? It would be great to make such a trade. This contract is an utter and complete disaster. Kovy is spot on!
- Comment on Hockey Night in Boston on Sunday (2013-03-03 13:33:30)
Tomas Kaberle: Star! Let's see if Tomas Kaberle can string two great games together. If he were somehow able to continue to play like he did against the Pens last night, it would create the trade possibility that would be a boon to the club. Heck, if he continues to play that way, he'd well earn his current salary and be a valuable asset to a team going deep into the playoffs, including the one he's on.
- Comment on Liveblog: Penguins at Canadiens (2013-03-02 22:37:24)
Kaberle was amazing tonight. He played a near perfect game. Hopefully, some platooning can take place to give players a needed rest. Josh Gorges looked tired.
- Comment on About last night … (2013-02-20 14:51:31)
Booner, you cloud the line in the new media between journalist and fan. In the process, you mock and manipulate fans' emotions towards their team. You act the part at one moment, then play on their emotions at the next. Is it journalism; is it advocacy? It's a hybrid writing that, like many news journalists today, gives up the guise of impartiality, but uses the tools of how to emotionalize the reader and keep em coming back for those ads on the side of the page? It's an interesting discussion which should be had. I understand that papers are trying to figure out their role in the decentralized world of the net, but c'mon. Isn't this a little too obvious? And no, you only participate in the same site as had the cartoon stories. You might even agree with me in private on those.
- Comment on About last night … (2013-02-20 12:02:19)
THE TWO SIDED COIN OF THE MONTREAL MEDIA This ridiculous analogy of the Booner is the extremist, exploitative aspect of the Montreal media that detracts from players (or even coaches) wanting to play here. There's a fine line between praise and mockery, even mocking the reader and fan and their alleged over zealous approach to their favorite team. This is what opens the door to the "sky is falling" analogies after a couple of losses. It's insanity. Booner, rather than to mock your readers, why don't you try doing something somewhat resembling the quality of Red Fisher's example? Maybe all those fantasy games that were covered here are getting mixed up in your head with the real ones...
- Comment on Habs’ Gallagher sidelined with concussion (2013-02-17 15:22:54)
I'd like to hear more and in depth about this baseball-hockey game they played. Playing tennis with a hockey stick has been a fantastic tool for myself [sic: hockey grammar] for getting the skill to not only hit the puck out of the air, but block it, even put it down on the ice in position to then gain possession of it. It's amazing to me that tennis hockey is not part of everyone's regime. A little of that made the difference with Rene Bourque the other night.
- Comment on About last night … (2013-02-10 12:36:32)
PK Subban is the best talent ever for defeating a team concept. Hello PK. So long playoffs.