smiley - (Mark Reaume)Member since January 21, 2009
Habs fan since: 1960
Favorite current player: P K Subban
All-time favorite player: Jean Beliveau
- Comment on Liveblog: Canadiens win a wild one, 6-4 over Boston (2014-10-16 19:11:52)
You're welcome Steve. I live in downtown TO. Queen West. Sipping a Kronenbourg and some red wine later. Go Habs!
- Comment on Liveblog: Canadiens win a wild one, 6-4 over Boston (2014-10-16 19:02:49)
It's the old "SCORE" channel that is now part of Sportsnet.
- Comment on Liveblog: Canadiens win a wild one, 6-4 over Boston (2014-10-16 19:00:14)
- Comment on Habs will have plenty to work on at practice (2014-10-15 12:38:37)
CJ Enjoy your day. I played with buddies at Glencairn yesterday in Milton. It was warm and humid but we got rained on a bit. Boys weekend coming up in the Kawarthas where the temperatures will be more seasonal:) Go Habs!
- Comment on Habs looking for fourth straight win in Tampa; Plekanec NHL’s first star of week (2014-10-13 16:46:32)
Love goals with one second left to beat the Bruins!
- Comment on Liveblog: Canadiens win a wild one (2014-10-08 20:04:24)
We NEVER beat the Leafs opening night. This will make it the 5th year in a row!
- Comment on Drop the puck! Canadiens set to open season in Toronto (2014-10-08 13:51:31)
I was at the NHL fan fest today at Yonge/Dundas square in Toronto. There was a young man wearing a Carey Price jersey and people were getting their photos taken with him. People actually thought it was Carey Price. I had to tell a couple of them it wasn't. Hopefully they were Leafs fans:)
- Comment on Habs make Jacob de la Rose their final cut before season opener (2014-10-07 13:53:01)
Great question. You would think so. Leafs brass including Cliff Fletcher flew Porter to BB from Ottawa after the NHL draft a few years ago. The pro sports teams now stay at the Ritz Carlton downtown. I live nearby. I may be going for a walk later:) Go Habs Go!!!!!
- Comment on Best wishes from HIO to young Habs fan battling meningitis (2014-07-30 11:13:21)
On December 15, 2003, Ramage was driving former Chicago Blackhawks captain Keith Magnuson to an NHLPA players' alumni meeting when his rented Chrysler Intrepid car swerved into the oncoming lane and collided with another vehicle, killing Magnuson and injuring the driver of the other vehicle. Ramage was charged with impaired driving causing death and dangerous driving causing death. Defense lawyer Brian Greenspan claimed the blood and urine tests were flawed, and the smell of alcohol came from beer cans that exploded after the crash. On October 10, 2007, Ramage, who had pleaded not guilty, was found guilty on all counts. The Magnuson family had forgiven Ramage and urged the judge not to send him to prison, instead suggesting that Ramage speak to teens about the dangers of drinking and driving. On December 3, 2007, in a Missouri civil suit, Ramage and National Car Rental of Canada were found liable for the death of Magnuson. The family of Magnuson was awarded $9.5 million. On January 17, 2008, Ramage was sentenced to four years in prison. Legal experts described the sentence as the harshest ever handed out in Ontario to a motorist with no previous record for drinking and driving. Ramage remained free on bail until his appeal of the sentence was denied on July 12, 2010. In July 2010, Ramage began serving his sentence at Frontenac Institution, a minimum security facility in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. In March 2011, Ramage made his first application for day parole and release to a halfway house, but this request was denied. The board did grant him permission to leave the minimum-security prison for three-day unescorted absences once a month. The board cited its belief that Ramage did not yet understand the severity of the actions which led to his incarceration. Their concern centered on Ramage's drinking habits and whether he took responsibility for the crash. On May 5, 2011 Ramage's second request for day parole was granted. He is barred from drinking alcohol and he is restricted from visiting establishments where alcohol is the primary focus. Ramage must undergo psychological counseling and the court order prevents him from driving. Originally Ramage was not eligible to seek accelerated parole because his crime was considered violent. The federal government is abolishing legal provisions that free some non-violent, first-time offenders as soon as six months into their sentences. Ramage’s full sentence is to expire in July 2014.
- Comment on Mike & Max’s excellent adventure: Weaver’s dream summer with Pacioretty (2014-07-10 11:52:03)
Summerlicious in TO-going to Harlem. SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN & WAFFLES Crispy, Tender Chicken Served with Sweet Waffles & Our Signature Scotch-Bonnet-Corriander-Lime Syrup & Homemade Gravy or THE ROASTED JERK Roasted Jerk Chicken & Sweet Fried Plantain, Monterrey Jack & Scotch-Bonnet Mayo, served on a Ciabatta Bun or BAYOU CATFISH SANDWICH Pan-Seared Cajun Catfish with Scotch-Bonnet Mayo, served on a Ciabatta Bun or CARIBBEAN CURRIED VEG. STEW (vegetarian) Garden Vegetables Stewed in Caribbean Yellow Curry, served on Coconut Rice & Peas or THE NICE LADY (vegetarian) Chevre, Plantain, Avocado, Spinach & Mango Mayo rolled in a Tortilla, Grilled and Toasted ________________________________________