AssInTOheartInTheForum - (Larry Testa)Member since October 6, 2012
Habs fan since: 1968
Favorite current player: Pacioretty
All-time favorite player: Robinson
- Comment on Liveblog: Game 28 – Canadiens beat nemesis 3-2 (2013-12-03 09:35:29)
- Comment on About last night … (2013-12-01 18:48:34)
Ok, something has been eating at me for a while. Why does the NHL players’ code say it’s fine for a defenceman to hammer a goal scorer well after the puck is in the net, but if Patches gives a guy like Chara a soft push in the back after scoring or does a little swash buckler routine, that is grounds for revenge.
- Comment on Habs’ Pacioretty named NHL’s second star of week (2013-11-26 00:04:27)
Have to agree. I don't want to see another season of Cammy turning away from the puck in the defensive zone because it was too close to the boards.
- Comment on Habs’ Pacioretty named NHL’s second star of week (2013-11-25 23:39:50)
Turdranna?? Really?? Are you 12?
- Comment on Liveblog: Game 10 – Canadiens pluck Ducks 4-1, end short L streak (2013-10-24 23:47:33)
I try not to be too one sided with Diaz, but he should have blocked the passing lane and let Price handle the shot, instead of diving towards the puck carrier.
- Comment on Koivu: ‘Special bond between me and Montreal’ (Video) (2013-10-24 23:36:07)
Right with you. ... and that's .... the weather
- Comment on Desharnais: “You’ve just got to turn the page and learn from it” (2013-09-13 00:18:35)
Bought tickets to a couple of games from Tony. A really nice and trustworthy guy. The price was basically face value plus the shipping cost.
- Comment on Hockey is just around the corner (2013-08-31 10:53:55)
I'm in. Thanks MostCups. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Comment on Would you watch NHL replacement players? (2012-10-10 09:25:10)
One of the appealing things about this site is the level of discourse. "Turdtranna" comments just don't cut it.
- Comment on It’s time for hockey fans to vent (2012-10-05 21:40:35)
Maybe someone has already suggested this but why not consider the following. It's a given that the teams are morally obligated to honour the contracts they've signed with the players. If the cap needs to be reduced while honouring their commitments, why not pay the players what they signed for, but reduce the cap hit of the signed contracts by the percent that the cap is reduced. If the cap is reduced by 20%, then only 80% of the previously signed contracts count against the new cap. Any newly signed contracts have a 100% cap hit.