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About Mitch

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  • Birthday 10/17/1964

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  • Favourite Habs
    Pleks, Price and Subban

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    London, Ontario.
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    All time Fav ~Larry Robinson
  1. Looking forward to being SPOILT this season. Thx to Del Johnson & all other contributors.
  2. As much as I agree that Gomez has most likely played his worst year of hockey, to me this undoubtedly points me in the direction of believing that he has nowhere but up to pad his stats. Therefore why trade or give up on a player when in all likely-hood his value for trading can realistically only go up in value. I'm not Wamsley, or so my psychiatrist says , but I say keep him.
  3. I hope to gawd that the 'Ockey Gods have your ear and this is where you heard it?
  4. Monkey see, monkey do...see He who occupies the field of battle first and awaits his enemy is at ease; his enemy rushes into the fight, weary. ~Sun Tzu~ Translated by Google into 'Ockey Speak... Make the iceholes play our game.
  5. rofl Unfortunately all me gots is CBC... The Cherry-Booins Corporation... So to make the best of it. I take a swig of the nearest anti-freeze whenever they say anything negative towards the Habs or positive for the Booins. Needless to say I do not get up very often after the puck drops as there are to many empties on the floor and I really do not want to trip over them... falling flat on my face... yet again.
  6. Les Tri-Couleurs have played as consistent as my viewership was the last 2 games. I therefore take atleast half the blame for my lack of support. Tonight I will have my game face on, hopefully this will send enough positive signals to my storied 'Ockey Team. GET THE PUCK OUT!
  7. I predict 2+ overtime and a Montreal win. Price with the winner 'a la Brodeur'. + one loser Booin's player gets sent to the hospital because of dehydration.
  8. NHL suspends neanderthalic behaviour! For me it was the NHL's denial of reckless intent in Chara's supposed 'hockey play'. This suspension shows to me that they are finally taking this issue for what it really is. Not 'hockey play', but reckless endangerment of a colleague's livelyhood... never mind life. EDIT I meant starting to take issue seriously... And with that I am starting to take the board of governors more seriously. I should hope they actually believe that a player's health is a little more important than protecting Gronks.
  9. Da Habs I just can not believe how this team manages to pull on my heart strings. Da Habs We need to steal this second game... and nothing would be better than Eller and Pouliot pulling their proverbial heads out of their own @$$es by playing some desperate 'ockey. GOOOOOOOOOO! Da Habs
  10. ROFL! I must say that that is the best clip I've seen in a long time. Maybe we just witnessed the conversion of a young booin' boy to a 'FULLY' matured Habs fanatic... gawd I love 'ockey.
  11. <br /><br /><br />Hee Hee... Now that there shyte is some powerful optimism... May da Cup be filled with Du Molson... preferrably Rickards Red.
  12. Thanks for that Brian, it really emphasizes how negative some have become. I believe in my Tri-Couleurs until the end, even if you 'belive' it to be bitter.
  13. I think the players will be itching to go tonight, especially with the rags creeping up. Get the puck out. Skate the puck in. Shoot the puck. Le But.
  14. Thx BrenDittero Yes a win tomorrow would ease the current sand in the ears crisis. (see ostrich remark) Even though we have what can be argued as the best team in a good long time, some of us fanatics go overboard, crying meltdown. Our season numbers do not suggest any of the sort. We are supposed to plug the holes and bail water. Stand by our team. Give our troops some support. We send them to the rink to win a war. Maybe just maybe... We should not be looking at our players as the walking dead, even if the gronks do. We should see them as battlers, willing to put it all on the line f
  15. Loosing one or two games in the NHL when a playoff round is all but locked up is not a cause to ashamed. Especially when a great percentage of players are injured. Injured in part because the protection of players with armament is preferred to establishing rules to prevent cheap shots and actually enforcing them in a consistent way. I am proud to behold the Habs in my fancy. I am proud that Recchi, an iron-man, past Canadien and future Hall of Famer, has enough wherewithal to apologize for being led to state mis-information by the media. I am proud that les Habitants are one of the few teams
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