Michelob - (Paul Della Penna)Member since March 9, 2011
Habs fan since: 1955
Favorite current player: Brendan Gallagher
All-time favorite player: Henri Richard
- Comment on Liveblog: The losing streak is over (2014-11-20 21:09:43)
- Comment on Liveblog: The losing streak is over (2014-11-20 21:09:09)
So why isn't a penalty called on Ott for that move? Penalize that crap and it will disappear quickly from the game.
- Comment on Liveblog: The W streak ends, not with a bang but a whimper (2014-11-18 20:16:01)
I dunno, I still like the way the team is playing overall. The Pens were lucky and haven't had to work very hard. Lots of time, yet.
- Comment on Liveblog: The W streak ends, not with a bang but a whimper (2014-11-18 19:57:24)
Was that Beaulieu who passed the puck on to Bennett's stick for the first goal, and made a soft clearing attempt that resulted in the second?
- Comment on Liveblog: Canadiens clip Wings 4-1, run win streak to six (2014-11-16 21:34:41)
And who was holding on to Gallagher, while he was lying on the ice, just before he scored? I guess when a team is dominating like this, the refs have to do something to even things up - especially when the team that is dominating is a Canadian team.
- Comment on Liveblog: Canadiens clip Wings 4-1, run win streak to six (2014-11-16 21:31:38)
I can't remember the last time the Canadiens played three periods of solid hockey. Good show, mates. It's so much more fun to watch when they play well, win or lose.
- Comment on Liveblog: Canadiens run winning streak to five (2014-11-16 16:31:08)
There was a time when that would have been considered charging, which is what it was. But that doesn't get called in the "roller derby" era.
- Comment on Liveblog: Canadiens run winning streak to five (2014-11-15 20:56:11)
He was plus 8 going into tonight's game.
- Comment on Liveblog: Canadiens run winning streak to five (2014-11-15 20:28:12)
Remember: the most dangerous lead in hockey.
- Comment on High-intensity practice for Habs after loss to Flames; Blackhawks in town Tuesday night (2014-11-03 19:40:36)
"You have to show up every night to have a chance to win". How insightful. I would say this, and it's as true today as it was 40 years ago. When the Habs are behind or just being outplayed and outhustled to the puck, they aren't hitting. When the Habs were playing good hockey, which happened regularly back then and rarely now, they were not just skating and passing and shooting, they were hitting, consistently, all over the ice. And it wasn't just one or two guys.