Alex - (Alexandre Henri-Bhargava)Member since March 21, 2009
Habs fan since: 1978 (year of my birth)
Favorite current player: P.K.
All-time favorite player: Carbo
- Comment on Liveblog: Lifeless Canadiens drop third in a row (2014-11-04 21:55:32)
yeah, I'm thinking the only thing that blows harder than the fact that I can watch Boston-Florida in French but not Montreal-Chicago in any language here, is the fact that it sounds like I wouldn't want to be watching Montreal-Chicago right now!
- Comment on Liveblog: Canadiens steal a Shootout win in Calgary (2014-10-29 00:05:33)
- Comment on Liveblog: Canadiens steal a Shootout win in Calgary (2014-10-28 23:59:50)
Well, I'm eating crow -- Gilbert and Parenteau as heroes and I wasn't a fam...
- Comment on Liveblog: Canadiens steal a Shootout win in Calgary (2014-10-28 23:58:57)
- Comment on Liveblog: Canadiens steal a Shootout win in Calgary (2014-10-28 23:58:05)
Anybody know why honkey Anglophones call them the "Canadiennes"?
- Comment on Canadiens head to Calgary after shutout loss in Edmonton (2014-10-28 21:27:11)
Well it gets worse -- in my region, I can watch the Flyers play the Kings, in French, but I can't watch the Habs. Big fricking fail, Rogers!!!
- Comment on Liveblog: Canadiens win a wild one (2014-10-08 20:45:29)
Terrible D. I expect more from the 72 million dollar man...
- Comment on Liveblog: Canadiens win a wild one (2014-10-08 20:27:06)
Difference so far is goaltending... Pricer would've had both of those
- Comment on Habs make Jacob de la Rose their final cut before season opener (2014-10-07 21:24:18)
I love the post- post-modern internet. Any troll can write an outrageous snarky comment but it takes skill to write something outrageous in a way that makes it seem like you might not be kidding...
- Comment on (AUDIO) Subban signs eight-year deal with Habs averaging $9 million a season (2014-08-02 17:35:18)
A lot of you are missing the what the psychological value of the bridge contract was. Subban thought he was already a star -- that contract said, "you're good, but you can be better," and he rose to the occasion. The Habs would have probably ruined him by giving him a huge contract that would have gone to his head. Now that he has had to prove himself (a bit), Subban is ready to take the star role. And I think he has now demonstrated a work ethic that he will carry on in the next 8 years. Subban will now be the face of the franchise. All in, I think this was well handled, except going right down to arbitration.