TC - (Todd Denault)

Member since February 1, 2008

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Habs fan since: November 20th, 1974
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All-time favorite player: Guy Lafleur

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  • Comment on (2010-11-08 19:25:18)

    Thanks for the kind and generous words about the book (your royalty cheque is in the mail).

    It was so nice to make the acquaintence once again of so many hardcore Habs fans, in addition to meeting about ten people who claimed to be Timo and five who claimed to be Tony242.

    Already looking forward to next year.

    Todd

  • Comment on Spacek plays, Picard sits vs. Columbus (2010-11-02 14:18:48)

    FOR THOSE OF YOU ATTENDING THE SUMMIT THIS WEEKEND !!!!

    If anyone's interested this weekend at the Summit I will have a few copies of my latest book, The Greatest Game: The Montreal Canadiens, the Red Army and the Night That Saved Hockey, available for sale on a first-come first-serve basis.

    As a special for those attending the book will be available for $20 (a savings of almost a third off the cover price).

    Here are some early reviews of the book, which prominently includes our own Mike Boone within the first few pages.

    http://www.torontosun.com/entertainment/books/2010/10/29/15877726.html

    http://allsportsbooks.blogspot.com/2010/10/review-greatest-game.html

    So if you would like a copy of the book, please feel free to approach me at the Summit and we'll hook you up.

    See you Friday,

    Todd Denault

  • Comment on (2010-11-02 14:17:19)

    If anyone's interested this weekend at the Summit I will have a few copies of my latest book, The Greatest Game: The Montreal Canadiens, the Red Army and the Night That Saved Hockey, available for sale on a first-come first-serve basis.

    As a special for those attending the book will be available for $20 (a savings of almost a third off the cover price).

    Here are some early reviews of the book, which prominently includes our own Mike Boone within the first few pages.

    http://www.torontosun.com/entertainment/books/2010/10/29/15877726.html

    http://allsportsbooks.blogspot.com/2010/10/review-greatest-game.html

    So if you would like a copy of the book, please feel free to approach me at the Summit and we'll hook you up.

    See you Friday,

    Todd Denault

  • Comment on See you at the Summit (2010-11-02 14:16:09)

    If anyone's interested this weekend at the Summit I will have a few copies of my latest book, The Greatest Game: The Montreal Canadiens, the Red Army and the Night That Saved Hockey, available for sale on a first-come first-serve basis.

    As a special for those attending the book will be available for $20 (a savings of almost a third off the cover price).

    Here are some early reviews of the book, which prominently includes our own Mike Boone within the first few pages.

    http://www.torontosun.com/entertainment/books/2010/10/29/15877726.html

    http://allsportsbooks.blogspot.com/2010/10/review-greatest-game.html

    So if you would like a copy of the book, please feel free to approach me at the Summit and we'll hook you up.

    See you Friday,

    Todd Denault

  • Comment on (2010-09-30 09:09:07)

    TC - Todd

    For the raffle I will be bringing two signed copies of my biography on Jacques Plante (one English, one French) as well as a signed copy of my newest book The Greatest Game - The Montreal Canadiens, the Red Army and the Night That Saved Hockey.

    For those of you on Facebook, please feel free to join a group entitled and dedicated to The Greatest Game to keep track of author signings, media events and personal appearances.

  • Comment on (2010-08-26 19:17:48)

    Received my ticket in the mail.

    Thanks again Ian, for all the hard work.

  • Comment on (2010-08-12 23:36:53)

    As of right now Ian, count me in for all of the events except for the Sunday morning get together.

    Todd Denault

  • Comment on (2010-06-26 14:13:21)

    Count me in again for one ticket Ian.

    And this year Kevin, I'm ready for the clowns.

    TC

  • Comment on Let’s get Pat Burns into the Hall of Fame (2010-03-30 08:42:38)

    With all due respect to Pat Burns and his sad plight, I can't help but think that there are other coaches that are more accomplished that aren't in the Hall of Fame.

    Clearly, the best coach not enshrined in the Hall is Fred Shero.

    He was the first to review video and to incorporate Soviet tactics and training methods into his team. An innovative coach, he was one of the first to implement a system, one of the first to use an assiatant coach. He was also the first winner of the Jack Adams award as coach of the year and was the first to ask his players to live year round in the Philadelphia area so they could participate in off-season training.Not to mention that in 24 years of coaching in the, he went to the finals of his league 14 times, winning 7 times in such diverse leagues as the IHL, the AHL, the CHL, and the NHL.

    Of course he also became the first coach to lead an expansion team to the Stanley Cup and then did it twice in a row. Many may have disagreed with some of the Flyers tactics but they did have a profound effect on the history of the sport.

    T.C.

  • Comment on Game 67: Canadiens win, but lose Pacioretty (2011-03-08 22:55:30)

    Just finished watching the Sportsnet group and then read Bob McKenzie's latest twitter updates.

    The overwhelming sentiment expressed  ...  clean hit, unfortunate result.

    Probably a preview of what we'll hear on HNIC this Saturday.