chrisHABS7 - (Christian Roy)Member since February 14, 2012
Habs fan since: 1990
Favorite current player: Lars Eller
All-time favorite player: Chris Chelios
- Comment on Desperate Canadiens face hungry Bruins (2012-02-15 10:14:13)
Yeah, but at least we can still get 5 behind the Leafs with a win tonight... Besides - the season's not over. Washington and Toronto's struggles are GODSENDS for the Habs. They could still surprise us. I know asking a team to win 20 out of 25 is crazy, but... check out Pittsburgh a few years ago! They got 30 out of 40 points to hit the playoffs, and they won the Cup! VISIT WWW.HABS7.COM!
- Comment on Desperate Canadiens face hungry Bruins (2012-02-15 10:09:34)
Nay! Habs went 6-4-0 in their last 10, while the Bruins went 5-4-1. Furthermore, Boston scored 24 and allowed 34 in the same period, while the Habs scored 32 and only allowed 23. I saw this one goes to our Canadiens. VISIT WWW.HABS7.COM!
- Comment on Carolina inches closer to Canadiens (2012-02-14 14:21:00)
Of course, the CDP line is untouchable. Bourque and Pleky and maybe Gionta should remain. Eller and LeBlanc HAVE to stay. Blue line could be lightened, but no one needs to come in. The young just need to make their bones. If a NASH trade involved any of them, I'd turn it down in a heartbeat. VISIT WWW.HABS7.COM!
- Comment on Carolina inches closer to Canadiens (2012-02-14 14:18:04)
I don't think we can let it end there, though. Nash has the potential to be a great player. With a team like the Habs, on the verge of great things - and combined with the departure of Gomez... I'd consider taking Nash on. VISIT WWW.HABS7.COM!
- Comment on Carolina inches closer to Canadiens (2012-02-14 14:15:50)
Well, you know... Apparently there is SOME interest for Gomez (www.canadiens-montreal.com), so... everything is possible! Nash in Montreal would just be insane, especially if Plekanec can remain to centre him, with Bourque on the other wing... VISIT WWW.HABS7.COM!
- Comment on Carolina inches closer to Canadiens (2012-02-14 14:12:15)
Yeah, but we're on the verge of having an AMAZING team. It's strange, when you think about it, but the difference between the greatest hockey team and the worst isn't that big when you get right down to it. So draft picks help you in a few years. But it's the top 50 picks you gotta look at, because not all number one picks fare well, and not all fiftieth picks disappear without a trace. Also, David Desharnais was never even drafted, so you can NEVER tell. I say the Habs push through until the end of the season, and make the best of the draft picks they get. VISIT WWW.HABS7.COM!