GrosBill - (Jeremy Doucet)Member since December 27, 2011
Habs fan since: 1960
Favorite current player: PK
All-time favorite player: Robinson
-In my opinion, which is of course worthless.-
- Comment on Liveblog: Galchenyuk hat trick powers Canadiens to third in a row (2014-12-16 20:16:47)
He is clearly being carried by Prust. Without him, he is nothing. /sarcasm
- Comment on No changes to Habs’ lineup against Hurricanes (2014-12-16 15:08:20)
Allen, DD and a 5th for Eberle.
- Comment on No changes to Habs’ lineup against Hurricanes (2014-12-16 14:41:58)
Go Habs Go
- Comment on Habs brighten the day for sick kids in hospital (2014-12-16 10:23:41)
Yes! Might have to throw in Allen to sweeten the deal. Get'er done MB.
- Comment on Eller, Weaver, Allen take part in Habs’ practice (2014-12-16 09:40:18)
I would welcome a series with Toronto with open arms and not because I think the Habs would destroy them (though I would pick the Habs to win). They are long over due to meet in the playoffs. They aren't the Bruins to me in terms of the rivalry, but I always want the Habs to play rivals come playoffs. Just like I always want to see a Habs vs Bruins series regardless of how great the Bruins look. Tor vs Mtl would certainly would certainly excite me more than Mtl vs TB...
- Comment on Eller, Weaver, Allen take part in Habs’ practice (2014-12-16 09:30:22)
Faceoff win (Plec) on the Habs first goal seemed to help and directly impact the game. Sometimes the faceoff win turns into something. Sometimes they don't.
- Comment on ‘He was in a class of his own. He was Jean Béliveau': Geoff Molson (2014-12-11 10:48:58)
If they want to score more, the PP has to be top priority.
- Comment on ‘He was in a class of his own. He was Jean Béliveau': Geoff Molson (2014-12-10 17:05:56)
- Comment on ‘He was in a class of his own. He was Jean Béliveau': Geoff Molson (2014-12-10 16:58:12)
Hey HiO, I went to the game last night. You could have heard a pin drop during the moment of silence. During the time they had Mrs. Beliveau on the big screen, I saw many tears through my own blurry vision. I am very happy I was able to attend and be a part of that crowd. We were lucky to have had such a man in the bleu, blanc et rouge and in the NHL. I hope we will be lucky enough to witness a similar player again some day in Montreal, though there will only be one Jean Beliveau. Merci et bon voyage, Jean.
- Comment on ‘He was in a class of his own. He was Jean Béliveau': Geoff Molson (2014-12-10 11:38:28)
Good morning HiO