mrgordon - (Mike Gordon)

Member since July 12, 2008

Habs fan since: 1986
Favorite current player: Brendan Morrow
All-time favorite player: Wayne Gretzky

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  • Comment on Liveblog: Game 70 – Vanek arrives, scores three to bury Avalanche (2014-03-18 21:34:37)
    Seriously shut prust down for the year!
  • Comment on Liveblog: Game 70 – Vanek arrives, scores three to bury Avalanche (2014-03-18 21:29:45)
    Long term wise, galchenyuk will benefit from learning how to play at every end of the ice. Gonna need a big 20 mins from Mr. Price
  • Comment on Liveblog: Game 70 – Vanek arrives, scores three to bury Avalanche (2014-03-18 21:02:28)
    Im really enjoying what mike weaver is doing whenever i actually notice him; if hes not standing out hes doing something right, right?
  • Comment on Liveblog: Game 70 – Vanek arrives, scores three to bury Avalanche (2014-03-18 20:52:37)
    Who said shut prust down anyway?
  • Comment on Liveblog: Game 70 – Vanek arrives, scores three to bury Avalanche (2014-03-18 20:18:42)
    Cmon guys nobody just gonna say mckinnon owned us there? Great shift gotta bounce back, relax ya reactionary maniacs
  • Comment on About last night … (2014-03-04 10:22:24)
    If Timo were coach, would Bell Centre have to rebuild the press box? Or maybe he'd just stuff his undesirables in a shipping crate and drop in stale bread crumbs.
  • Comment on About last night … (2014-03-04 10:04:19)
    I agree about last nights game leviathan. What i watched Was a tight hard fought game. though i didn't make it all the way to the end of the game, it wasnt on account of boredom but rather a 14 month old who just has no sleeping pattern at all. Murray has really been playing steady hockey of late too, been loving weise too. I think our grinders will prove to be more invaluable come playoff time. If i were to offer a critcism it'd be to throw more pucks on goal even if its not a great shooting situation. The only goal we scored last night was a fluky one, just thrown on goal
  • Comment on About last night … (2014-03-04 09:50:45)
    My last post screwed up at the end, but im sure you get the point. Either therrien is doing a great job with a bad roster, or vice versa, but it seems so often posters just like to sling turds. Most likely we have a middle of the road roster and a competent, flawed coach like most other coaches, but again, people are always flinging the turds trying to make everything black and white, or believe they know whats going on in the dressing room, practice etc...ahem we're doing quite alright right now without Carey at a critical juncture in the season. The end.
  • Comment on About last night … (2014-03-04 09:46:24)
    How often do we have to read that this team is not good enough to get past round 1 in the playoffs? People really think we can't beat Toronto or Tampa in a 7 game series? Really? Give me a break. While a round1 win is certainly not a guarantee its as possible as a loss, especially against these teams , who, by as far as i can see ( barring any strange collapses) we will be slated to play in round 1. Bet on proline for a couple of weeks and try and tell me that this league isnt crazy competitive night to night. Its exhausting to read so many posters painting everything black and white where in reality luck, sheer will, and momentum will dictate as much of our playoff success as the stable of talent. With our defence and goaltending we've got a shot on most nights. Call me a blind believer but come playoff time Subban will be an absolute horse, and i believe that law of averages dictates that some of forwards' production just has to go up at some point. The negative nancy acts are both tiresome and laughable. I mean, if we're listless on paper then our Coach is doing a job, or maybe it is he
  • Comment on About last night … (2014-03-04 06:32:19)
    It pains me to say this, but The bruins have had their current combination of coach and gm for nearly a decade and the results speak for themselves. I'm sure that during some games and stretches Bruins fans desire change, but the organizational stability remains intact. Not surprisingly that Bruin team is pretty much a lock to win our division again, and contend to win the East...again. As i woke up last night with a screeching baby i was reading the banter on here on the live blog thread and some guy named Timo was losing his mind asking how much time can we give Bergeron before we toss him away and start over yet again. Y'know, even though we kind of held our own against one of thenWests better teams..,do we really want to just keep throwing the dice over and over again? Doesnt it make sense to take a freakin breath and give Bergevin some time? So much negative speculation and letting small sample sizes affect the big picture, those types must suck at relationships eh?