Peter YoungMember since November 15, 2007
Habs fan since: 1953
Favorite current player: None for many years but I'm thinking of Max Pacioretty and P.K. Subban.
All-time favorite player: Maurice Richard
- Comment on About last night … (2015-03-27 05:53:41)
The point Boone was making was valid; it was that two Canadiens made a very large percentage of the hits and that the other Canadiens made very few hits. Your comparisons carry no weight in that regard.
- Comment on Liveblog: Pavelec stones Canadiens, Jets pummel Tokarski (2015-03-26 21:37:11)
I'd say the number of shots give the lie to that. The Jets are getting a lot of luck and some good goaltending, that's all.
- Comment on Liveblog: Pavelec stones Canadiens, Jets pummel Tokarski (2015-03-26 21:13:08)
I want as many Canadian teams as possible in the playoffs. I'm sick of the dominance of teams from the USA. The Americanization of the NHL must be tempered as much as possible--although it's impossible to remove it. That does not, however, mean I want the Jets to win tonight. It'd be nice if they got an overtime loser point, though.
- Comment on Liveblog: Nashville wins 3-2 in OT (2015-03-24 23:10:31)
- Comment on Liveblog: Nashville wins 3-2 in OT (2015-03-24 23:08:05)
- Comment on Liveblog: Nashville wins 3-2 in OT (2015-03-24 22:57:46)
Get over it. Where do you get off calling one of our club's most valuable players a dumbass. I bet he's a Hell of a lot better at his job than you are at yours.
- Comment on Canadiens vs. Predators preview: Mitchell in for Malhotra; Gilbert sidelined (2015-03-23 15:39:23)
Sorry, Grim Jim. I didn't read yours first; I'd swear it wasn't there but mine is six minutes later so it must have been. John Terry, the Chelsea and former England center back, is known for his handicap zone parking.
- Comment on Canadiens vs. Predators preview: Mitchell in for Malhotra; Gilbert sidelined (2015-03-23 15:37:53)
in handicapped parking zones.
- Comment on Price knocking on door of Canadiens history during season for the ages (2015-03-22 14:58:08)
Dave Stubbs' story is wrong when it says, a couple or more times, that the Canadiens played the St. Louis Blues in the 1976-77 Stanley Cup finals. They played the Bruins in the finals that year. St. Louis they met in their initial round, which was the quarter-finals since they got a bye. The only times the Canadiens met the Blues in the finals were in the first couple of expansion years, the 1968 and 1969 finals.
- Comment on About last night … (2015-03-22 09:01:49)
And Price has done all that without a powerhouse team in front of him, which makes it all the more impressive. A Stanley Cup win or two would go nicely with his other achievements and push him into legendary status provided he continues to perform this way or close to it.