bsorekMember since November 18, 2007
Habs fan since: I could follow a puck on TV!
Favorite current player: Koivu
All-time favorite player: Koivu
- Comment on NHLPA considers labour laws to block Habs from locking out players (2012-09-10 14:11:12)
so if the canadiens are the only team playing - does that make them automatic cup winners? ;)
- Comment on Hands up, everyone who’s surprised (2011-03-10 03:33:21)
Maybe we should all start a campaign to put pressure on the NHL sponsors to pull out their sponsorships until something is done to end this gooner league. Air Canada has already shown that the sponsors are watching and don't like this. Let's get other sponsors to follow Air Canada. As usually money talks.
The campaign should continue until:
1) Chara gets suspended for a few games and he should not be allowed to play against Montreal until Pacioretty comes back (playoffs included). Any player causing injury to a player where the player is incapable of playing, the perpetrator will not be allowed to play against that team until the injured player returns.
2) The league instills rules to avoid these types of injuries - maybe "no contact zones" in especially dangerous areas. Any body check in those zones will result in a penalty, no questions asked.
3) Colin Campbell needs to resign - his son playing in the NHL (Bruins) is a conflict of interest. Even though Mike Murphy made the decision here - the Bruins know they can get away with almost anything when they have connections so high up in the league.
don't even understand how Gregory Campbell was not suspended after he used his elbow pad to pound Pyatt. It's the equivalent of using brass knuckles. Taking off the jersey during a fight - now that is bad - automatic game penalty, using your elbow pad to deface your opponent? that's ok, take a 5 minute break.
- Comment on Hands up, everyone who’s surprised (2011-03-10 06:06:02)
Does anybody know how to get a list of the NHL's top sponsors?
- Comment on About last night … (2008-03-01 17:05:57)
Maybe they are saying patinoire -> rink.