Sprague and Odie - (Gord)

Member since October 3, 2011

Ottawa

Habs fan since: 1968
Favorite current player: Gally
All-time favorite player: Peter Mahovolich

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----------------------------- I was told that there was an award ceremony in Boston to honour Don Cherry - I thought about that for a brief moment and I replied: "For what? Too many men on the ice?"

Recent Comments

  • Comment on About last night … (2014-05-13 13:29:44)
    Wait until the Latvians beat their pants off in 2018. ----------------------------- I was told that there was an award ceremony in Boston to honour Don Cherry - I thought about that for a brief moment and I replied: "For what? Too many men on the ice?"
  • Comment on About last night … (2014-05-13 13:25:36)
    Cherry and Rob Ford. What else can one say? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHzCoUZG2Js ----------------------------- I was told that there was an award ceremony in Boston to honour Don Cherry - I thought about that for a brief moment and I replied: "For what? Too many men on the ice?"
  • Comment on About last night … (2014-05-13 09:55:58)
    There was a game 2 - 5 on 3 PP where Weaver and Gorges put on a defensive exhibition that was simply outstanding. Weaver deserves a raise! I was told that there was an award ceremony in Boston to honour Don Cherry - I thought about that for a brief moment and I replied: "For what? Too many men on the ice?"
  • Comment on About last night … (2014-05-13 09:51:18)
    PK's in the driver's seat. If he goes for a shorter term, he has his eyes on eventually playing in NYC or LA. Longer term, he's a dedicated Hab. This guy could make Wayne Gretzky like coin in the states. I was told that there was an award ceremony in Boston to honour Don Cherry - I thought about that for a brief moment and I replied: "For what? Too many men on the ice?"
  • Comment on About last night … (2014-05-13 09:44:44)
    Thank you for this post! I was told that there was an award ceremony in Boston to honour Don Cherry - I thought about that for a brief moment and I replied: "For what? Too many men on the ice?"
  • Comment on About last night … (2014-05-13 09:28:54)
    I like his hair and 'stache colouring too. Quite "classy"! I was told that there was an award ceremony in Boston to honour Don Cherry - I thought about that for a brief moment and I replied: "For what? Too many men on the ice?"
  • Comment on About last night … (2014-05-13 09:20:57)
    Yes that's a factor too. I play the odd shinny game at the local rink each year and the young boys often tell me there's too much pressure in organized youth hockey - not in those exact words. They prefer the outdoor freedom. I also attend the odd youth game and am amazed that 7, 8, and 9 year olds are blocking shots! Still shaking my head. The game is headed in the wrong direction in Canada. I was told that there was an award ceremony in Boston to honour Don Cherry - I thought about that for a brief moment and I replied: "For what? Too many men on the ice?"
  • Comment on About last night … (2014-05-13 08:49:02)
    I think Cherry is a major contributor to the demise of minor hockey in Canada. There are now fewer youth playing the game and consequently fewer coaches are required. In the next decade the numbers of Canadians playing in the NHL is going to take a serious hit. I was told that there was an award ceremony in Boston to honour Don Cherry - I thought about that for a brief moment and I replied: "For what? Too many men on the ice?"
  • Comment on About last night … (2014-05-13 08:43:21)
    This is the first (not perfectly) balanced 4 line team with extras in the waiting that the Habs have been able to ice for decades. They have some real depth for once. This team is extremely well coached and managed. I never thought I'd see Therrien mature the way he has. Habs are motivated to win top to bottom and bottom to top. I was told that there was an award ceremony in Boston to honour Don Cherry - I thought about that for a brief moment and I replied: "For what? Too many men on the ice?"
  • Comment on About last night … (2014-05-13 08:02:14)
    It was not a spear. I'd call what Markov did "shafting". I beg to differ on Lucic though. He clearly speared Emelin right where it counts. Guys are going to have to wear kevlar undies to protect themselves. I still think spearing is a big no-no. And there appears to be much more of it going on this year. I was told that there was an award ceremony in Boston to honour Don Cherry - I thought about that for a brief moment and I replied: "For what? Too many men on the ice?"