Drew42 - (Andrew Kwiatkowski)

Member since November 19, 2007

Vancouver

Habs fan since: You know... that time there...
Favorite current player: The Crest on the front, not the name on the back
All-time favorite player:

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_______________________________________________ "I got to get the Swede, eh?" - Saku Koivu

Recent Comments

  • Comment on No lineup changes expected for Habs vs. Avalanche (2014-10-19 14:18:19)
    Speaking from personal experience with him. He always thought of himself above and better than others because he had been on that show as a kid. I agree he was in some Oscar winning movies, but as I said..... the character he plays is always the same, and its just an annoying character. Yes that is my opinion of his characters, and other might disagree. I also said I give him credit for making a name for himself playing characters that are similar to his own personality. You know what they say, "first impressions are important as people carry that image with them". I hope his attitude has change from back in high school /cegep, as he really wasn't a down to earth guy. I will admit he has done right by MTL and Canada lately when he has done appearances. so maybe his attitude has improved. However I'm still not impressed by his acting abilities. lol
  • Comment on No lineup changes expected for Habs vs. Avalanche (2014-10-18 00:13:13)
    He is an annoying Montreal comedian who can only play one type of character and yet thinks he is an amazing actor ever since he was on Popular Mechanics for Kids back when he was in High school. I'll give him the fact that he has made quite a bit of money from being himself and making people think he is actually acting. lol _______________________________________________ "I got to get the Swede, eh?" - Saku Koivu
  • Comment on NHL players jump on board with ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (2014-08-13 13:36:06)
    The whole ice bucket challenge is a wonderful way to have people at least become somewhat aware of ALS, however are the people soaking themselves also making donations towards research into the disease? For example, Bissonnette's "taking it to the next level" although quite impressive, must have cost a pretty penny to accomplish... would that money not have been put to better use by actually making a donation of that amount to a charity which funds research into the disease? My wife is heavily involved in several charities and sits on the steering committee of volunteers for an annual event which raises funds for Alzheimer's disease research towards a cure, to raise awareness of this degenerative disease and to help those afflicted with it. I know for a fact that that they make every effort to limit unnecessary costs so that the greatest amount of funds actually makes it towards the research and support. If anyone is interested in making a donation towards the event here in Vancouver, please let me know and I can provide you the link.
  • Comment on Prust will be in Habs lineup for Game 1 (2014-04-16 15:55:54)
    Everybody complaining about Franky Boo being in the lineup... ever think that it might be MT way of making sure he gets one game played in the Playoffs.... this way should they win the cup he would be able to get his name on the cup.... just a thought....
  • Comment on Liveblog: Olympic Games, quarterfinal: Canada 2, Latvia 1 (2014-02-19 11:16:32)
    Ummm.... correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't the Czechs beat Slovakia and Sweden defeated Slovenia.... I'm just saying.... at least give Pleks's team props for taking out Chara's team... oh and to report things accurately.
  • Comment on Prust set to return to Habs’ lineup (2013-11-13 13:09:19)
    First, Glad to see Prust will be back, hopefully he is not coming back to early.... Secondly... Not really on topic, but sort of Hockey related… is regarding a Charity hockey tournament this coming weekend. My wife is involved in the Scotiabank Hockey for Alzheimer’s charity tournament on Nov. 15 – 17 at Canlan Ice Sports in North Vancouver. She is very excited about the opportunity to participate in a weekend tournament with NHL alumni and supporting a very important cause because this event will help the Alzheimer Society of B.C. continue their work to support families impacted by dementia and to fund research for a cure. This cause is very near and dear to her heart – She is hoping that one day, people like her grandmother can wake up and have the Alzheimer’s fog that has clouded her brain lifted. You too can be a part of this amazing experience. The easiest way to support her is by making a secure online donation to support the fundraising efforts of her team. The top fundraising team gets first pick at the NHL Alumni draft party. Simply click on the link to make a secure online donation using your credit card or contact me directly if you would like to make a donation in another way. https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/donate.aspx?eid=119390&langpref=en-CA&SPID=10776953&Referrer=direct%2fnone Funds raised through the 2013 Scotiabank Hockey for Alzheimer’s support the work of the Alzheimer Society, and helps to ensure that people in B.C. whose lives have been impacted by Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia can connect to a province-wide network of information, education and support that helps them build the knowledge, skills and confidence to maintain quality of life. If I can get your help in distributing this message that would be great. Alzheimer’s is not only an “old person’s” disease – the youngest person diagnosed with Alzheimer’s was only 27 years of age. Every little bit helps to beat this disease. For more information about the Alzheimer Society of B.C., please visit http://www.alzheimerbc.org. Thank you for your support. Together let’s “put Alzheimer’s on ice”! The deadline for donations is TODAY November 13th, 5pm (PST). EVERY BIT COUNTS!
  • Comment on About last night … (2013-11-13 11:53:08)
    Hey guys, (last time I'll post this) Not really on topic, but sort of Hockey related… it is regarding a Charity hockey tournament this coming weekend. I would really appreciate your guys' support. My wife is involved in the Scotiabank Hockey for Alzheimer’s charity tournament on Nov. 15 – 17 at Canlan Ice Sports in North Vancouver. She is very excited about the opportunity to participate in a weekend tournament with NHL alumni and supporting a very important cause because this event will help the Alzheimer Society of B.C. continue their work to support families impacted by dementia and to fund research for a cure. This cause is very near and dear to her heart – She is hoping that one day, people like her grandmother can wake up and have the Alzheimer’s fog that has clouded her brain lifted. You too can be a part of this amazing experience. The easiest way to support her is by making a secure online donation to support the fundraising efforts of her team. The top fundraising team gets first pick at the NHL Alumni draft party. Simply click on the link to make a secure online donation using your credit card or contact me directly if you would like to make a donation in another way. https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/donate.aspx?eid=119390&langpref=en-CA&SPID=10776953&Referrer=direct%2fnone Funds raised through the 2013 Scotiabank Hockey for Alzheimer’s support the work of the Alzheimer Society, and helps to ensure that people in B.C. whose lives have been impacted by Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia can connect to a province-wide network of information, education and support that helps them build the knowledge, skills and confidence to maintain quality of life. If I can get your help in distributing this message that would be great. Alzheimer’s is not only an “old person’s” disease – the youngest person diagnosed with Alzheimer’s was only 27 years of age. Every little bit helps to beat this disease. For more information about the Alzheimer Society of B.C., please visit http://www.alzheimerbc.org. Thank you for your support. Together let’s “put Alzheimer’s on ice”! The deadline for donations is TODAY November 13th, 5pm (PST). EVERY BIT COUNTS!
  • Comment on Liveblog: Game 19 – Canadiens rally late but lose 2-1 in Shootout; Price makes 44 saves (2013-11-12 16:52:00)
    Hey guys, (re-posting from the last thread) Not really on topic, but sort of Hockey related… it is regarding a Charity hockey tournament this coming weekend. My wife is involved in the Scotiabank Hockey for Alzheimer’s charity tournamnet on Nov. 15 – 17 at Canlan Ice Sports in North Vancouver. She is very excited about the opportunity to participate in a weekend tournament with NHL alumni and supporting a very important cause because this event will help the Alzheimer Society of B.C. continue their work to support families impacted by dementia and to fund research for a cure. This cause is very near and dear to her heart – She is hoping that one day, people like her grandmother can wake up and have the Alzheimer’s fog that has clouded her brain lifted. You too can be a part of this amazing experience. The easiest way to support her is by making a secure online donation to support the fundraising efforts of her team. The top fundraising team gets first pick at the NHL Alumni draft party. Simply click on the link to make a secure online donation using your credit card or contact me directly if you would like to make a donation in another way. https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/donate.aspx?eid=119390&langpref=en-CA&SPID=10776953&Referrer=direct%2fnone Funds raised through the 2013 Scotiabank Hockey for Alzheimer’s support the work of the Alzheimer Society, and helps to ensure that people in B.C. whose lives have been impacted by Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia can connect to a province-wide network of information, education and support that helps them build the knowledge, skills and confidence to maintain quality of life. If I can get your help in distributing this message that would be great. Alzheimer’s is not only an “old person’s” disease – the youngest person diagnosed with Alzheimer’s was only 27 years of age. Every little bit helps to beat this disease. For more information about the Alzheimer Society of B.C., please visit http://www.alzheimerbc.org. Thank you for your support. Together let’s “put Alzheimer’s on ice”! The deadline for donations is Wednesday November 13th, 5pm (PST). EVERY BIT COUNTS!
  • Comment on Brière will be in Habs lineup against Lightning (2013-11-12 16:13:24)
    Thanks! Her grandmother suffers from the disease and its a cause that is very close to her. This is the 2nd year she headed the team. Last year they took top spot in fundraising (and beat the Scotiabank teams). This year the corporate teams are trying to show them up and not have that happen again. Any amount helps from you guys.
  • Comment on Brière will be in Habs lineup against Lightning (2013-11-12 15:40:07)
    Hey guys, Not really on topic, but sort of Hockey related... it is regarding a Charity hockey tournament this coming weekend. My wife is involved in the Scotiabank Hockey for Alzheimer’s charity tournamnet on Nov. 15 - 17 at Canlan Ice Sports in North Vancouver. She is very excited about the opportunity to participate in a weekend tournament with NHL alumni and supporting a very important cause because this event will help the Alzheimer Society of B.C. continue their work to support families impacted by dementia and to fund research for a cure. This cause is very near and dear to her heart – She is hoping that one day, people like her grandmother can wake up and have the Alzheimer’s fog that has clouded her brain lifted. You too can be a part of this amazing experience. The easiest way to support her is by making a secure online donation to support the fundraising efforts of her team. The top fundraising team gets first pick at the NHL Alumni draft party. Simply click on the link to make a secure online donation using your credit card or contact me directly if you would like to make a donation in another way. https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/donate.aspx?eid=119390&langpref=en-CA&SPID=10776953&Referrer=direct%2fnone Funds raised through the 2013 Scotiabank Hockey for Alzheimer's support the work of the Alzheimer Society, and helps to ensure that people in B.C. whose lives have been impacted by Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias can connect to a province-wide network of information, education and support that helps them build the knowledge, skills and confidence to maintain quality of life. If I can get your help in distributing this message that would be great. Alzheimer’s is not only an “old person’s” disease – the youngest person diagnosed with Alzheimer’s was only 27 years of age. Every little bit helps to beat this disease. For more information about the Alzheimer Society of B.C., please visit www.alzheimerbc.org. Thank you for your support. Together let’s “put Alzheimer’s on ice”! The deadline for donations is Wednesday November 13th, 5pm (PST)