MannyP - (Emmanuel Perez)

Member since November 26, 2007

Montreal

Habs fan since: always
Favorite current player: yet to have one
All-time favorite player: Patrick Roy (for old time's sake...but Saku, we miss you!)

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-sick and tired of Plekanec-

Recent Comments

  • Comment on About last night … with audio (2011-12-31 09:33:40)
    Pierre Gauthier is a fine hockey man. Would be a shame if he was let go. But GM of a hyper-publicized team like the Habs might not be the best fit for him. Hopefully he agrees to stay on with the organization in a less public role.
  • Comment on About last night … with audio (2011-12-31 09:27:43)
    Guy Carbonneau? Really? What's with the Gazette and Guy Carbonneau? Is it management's decision to endorse Guy Carbonneau's presidential bid? What's going on? And do you guys not listen to him when he speaks on RDS? He is empty of any substance, has a lot of trouble communicating any pertinent thought and his last 2 coaching stints (Sags and under-17 champs.) have been utter failures. Think Kirk Muller had anything to do with his relative success as head-coach of the Habs? C'mon.
  • Comment on Canadiens match 73-year-old futility streak (2011-10-18 22:45:21)
    is it just an illusion but enthusiasm for the opening of the hockey season was not as electric this year as it's been in recent past. I don't think it's a coincidence the Habs are having one of the worst home starts in team history. Wtf was that opening ceremony? Was Ray Lalonde THAT crucial to the Bell Centre party? C'mon, man! Has anyone noticed? I think the empty seats speak for themselves, anyway! -sick and tired of Plekanec-
  • Comment on About last night … (2011-03-27 08:43:26)
    a little common sense, twilight. My point was that, in place of yapping, there should be a stronger will of running guys over. Plekanec and Cammalleri are prime examples. They are soft. Their coach as well. Not much gusto. It's a concern of mine. Just voicing it. Let's not forget that this can also be considered a trademark of Martin-coached teams: his Ottawa Senators not being able to beat the much more rugged Toronto Leafs, in the playoffs, being a case in point. -Plekanec does play like a girl-
  • Comment on About last night … (2011-03-27 08:11:24)
    A lot of nice guys, on this team. Too many nice guys. Like Jeff Halpern said, a couple of months ago: players generally take on the personality of their head-coach. Let’s see some more testosterone from this team! A lot of yappers! Plekanec, Cammalleri, Gomez! I can’t stand Tomas Plekanec no more! Who noticed that he was gone for four games! I prefer, and by far, David Desharnais in his spot! Things are not going well, brothers. There’s a real danger, here, of not making the playoffs. And if they do make it, there is no way they are surviving past the first round. I’d like it for someone to name me ONE game, one game, where the Canadiens have won a testosterone-charged game. I mean, a real, furious, brawling, man’s man game. I can’t recall. Can you? -Plekanec does play like a girl-
  • Comment on Quick Hits (2011-03-27 08:07:43)
    are you friggin kidding me? I'm not saying Desharnais would be much better. BUT we do need much better than Plekanec as our no.1 center (nevermind Gomez) if we ever hope to be an elite team. Tell me he that guy plays fearlessly, like a leader should. Tell me he's creative with the puck, like a no.1 center should. No! Enough! -Plekanec does play like a girl-
  • Comment on Quick Hits (2011-03-27 04:56:15)
    A lot of nice guys, on this team. Too many nice guys. Like Jeff Halpern said, a couple of months ago: players generally take on the personality of their head-coach. Let's see some more testosterone from this team! A lot of yappers! Plekanec, Cammalleri, Gomez! I can't stand Tomas Plekanec no more! Who noticed that he was gone for four games! I prefer, and by far, David Desharnais in his spot! Things are not going well, brothers. There's a real danger, here, of not making the playoffs. And if they do make it, there is no way they are surviving past the first round. I'd like it for someone to name me ONE game, one game, where the Canadiens have won a testosterone-charged game. I mean, a real, furious, brawling, man's man game. I can't recall. -Plekanec does play like a girl-
  • Comment on Audio: On breaks and pro rassler Killer Koivu (2008-11-07 00:45:25)
    Breaking news out of La Presse! The Canadiens are for sale! According to an interview given by Jim Balsillie set to appear in tomorrow's edition of La Presse, the Montreal Canadiens hockey club is up for sale. George Gillett vehemently denied the news, which then prompted Gary Bettman to echo and confirm Gillett's denial. I've personally been wondering lately, why George Gillett would not, indeed put his hockey team up for sale. Their value is sky high and with the value of the Canadian dollar settling back down, now would be the perfect peak opportunity to cash in on his investment. Remains to be seen whether Gillett is indeed in this thing for the glory and prestige associated to owning the Yankees of hockey, or for the cold hard cash. A businessman is a business man. Gillett has been down before, where he probably developed a very strong relationship with the bottom line. But then again, this is Jim Balsillie we are talking about. http://habsinsideout.com/user/reset/853/1226035863/0e6e4d880743ed31a32b5644a5f7b2ff
  • Comment on About last night … (2008-02-24 21:58:47)
    Maybe your mom shouldn't write you a note and excuse you so easily and order you to go read a book, instead.
  • Comment on About last night … (2008-02-24 19:39:22)
    It was nothing against you, man. You're far from being the only one who does it. But your post provided a good example.