DeadEnd - (Daniel DesChamps)Member since August 16, 2013
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- Comment on No changes to Habs’ lineup against Hurricanes (2014-12-16 16:40:17)
Wow, imagine if he hadn't been such a harda$$? He could've had Corey Perry for Mike Comrie. That would have been a steal and a half!
- Comment on Rookies Sekac, Andrighetto fitting in well with Canadiens (2014-12-15 11:53:55)
Dang you're fast. I just had a mobile update and by the time this site loaded, 2 people had already posted on it.
- Comment on Galchenyuk at centre as Habs prepare to face Canucks; Beaulieu called up from Hamilton (2014-12-08 13:07:23)
I had the same thought.
- Comment on Galchenyuk at centre as Habs prepare to face Canucks; Beaulieu called up from Hamilton (2014-12-08 12:42:18)
Just had an update that the Sens have fired their coach. Confirmed?
- Comment on Game Within the Game: Habs’ Weise strikes first and often against Bruins (2014-11-14 13:54:40)
I'm probably with you on this one. If MB really had to handcuff MT in order to get the right players on the ice, I'm pretty sure he wouldn't have extended him for 4 years, or whatever it was.
- Comment on About last night … (2014-11-12 11:02:18)
*Disclaimer: this is not a slam at MT the coach, but at MT the broadcaster* He's obviously following the patented "Michel Therrien Program for Getting Rehired as a Coach", which includes picking a player on the team you are covering and picking apart every part of their game, right down to how they tie their skates. That way, once you get hired to coach said player(s), you can speak to how well you know their game.
- Comment on About last night … (2014-11-12 10:35:51)
So it may have been already mentioned, but one aspect I see as being a part of this trade is MB showing respect to a veteran and finding him a new home, instead of parking him in the press box or the minors. I believe that the general opinion around the league is that the Canadiens are once again acting as a class organization, and that this might be an extension of that initiative. As for Bourque, it may be that they hope he can turn things around, or that they exhausted all other options before sending him down. I don't think we can look at the two transactions as being on equal terms. Just my musings of the morning.
- Comment on Habs return to the ice after day off and a Halloween party (2014-10-24 06:47:48)
That's kind of my point. Take the Senators as an example. Every time Spezza went down with an injury in the last few years, there was much wailing and gnashing of teeth (at least from the dudes in the papers and on the radio) about where their scoring would come from. Now, compare that to their actual record with him out of the line-up; according to stats from last January, over the previous season and a hlaf, they were 25-16-4 with him gone and 18-19-8 with him playing. And then there's this year. They have actually been better off without him. I don't want Boston to figure out that they could maybe play a speedier but still aggressive game (think LA or Chicago) and be competitive. Stay as barbarians, we know how to beat that.
- Comment on Habs return to the ice after day off and a Halloween party (2014-10-24 06:31:03)
I'm actually concerned by this. I would rather the B's continue to rely on an aging, lumbering Dman to be their core player. The last thing I want is for them to learn to play without him. Unless they really suck. I'm down with that.
- Comment on Canadiens send Beaulieu and Bournival down to Hamilton (2014-10-22 13:05:05)
He needs to speak to Pacioretty and teach him how to drive the net.