The Big MMember since February 10, 2008
Habs fan since: late 60's
Favorite current player: none
All-time favorite player: Yvan cournoyer
- Comment on Over to you, Shanny (2011-12-04 09:35:43)
Lucic had all the time in trhe world to avoid Miller. Tootoo, I believe actually tried to lessen the blow by trying to go over Miller. Imagine the impact if he didn't leave his feet. No suspension.
- Comment on OK, this is officially BAD!! (2011-03-26 22:59:28)
Let's face it, what you see is what you get. I wish JM would try something creative. Start Subban as a forward next game on the first line. Turn him loose. If that doesn't shake everyone up, including the other team, nothing will. And if JM sticks with the same old, then maybe it's time for him to step aside and give someone else a chance.
- Comment on Game 56: Senators clobber outmatched Habs (2008-02-10 13:19:34)
Belair 57 and others thinking Carboneau's time has come. Couldn't agree more. Game against Toronto, we have the high scoring, high flying Canadiens playing against the lowly Leafs who lost their last game 8-0, and are missing 6 regulars. Playing at home, we have the last change. Toronto starts the Sundin line. Instead of putting our best, the Kovalev line out, he starts Smolinski, Begin and Higgins!! Why?? Maurice must have been as happy as heck. As long as Sundin is out there, Montreal's top line sits. It wasn't just to start the game, each period as well. Two minutes left in the game, we are down a goal and who is on the ice? Smolinski for crying out loud. Carboneau wasn't an NHL coach when hired and still doesn't know which end is up. I have a question, with the exception of Jacques Demers, when was the last time The Canadiens hired an EXPERIENCED NHL coach? And something else to think about. Who is responsible for hiring Carboneau in the first place and continuing to stick with him? Me thinks that maybe the buck should stop at Gainey.