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  1. Sylvain Lefebvre has been fired

    I have been saying for years that given the language constraints around the head coach that the Canadiens must do a better job of developing internal replacements
  2. How to Fix the Habs 2018

    1. Fire Begevin 2. Hire a Director of Hockey Operations —an experienced hockey lifer to oversee the renaissance 3. Perform a thorough and detailed review of all aspects of the operation with special emphasis on pro scouting and player development and make changes as needed. 4. Fire Slyvain Lefebvre and replace him with a young(ish) Francophone coach who is next in line to coach the Habs 5. As an insurance policy for # 4, hire Alain Vigneault in some capacity or put him on a right of first refusal personal services contract 6. Win the lottery 7. Sign Tavares 8. Sign a 2nd line centre 9. Sign or trade for a d who can complement Shea Weber. 10. Have plan B, C, D, E, F and G with viable NHL players involved in case #6, 7, 8, 9 &10 don’t work out.
  3. Doesn’t hurt as much because I have stopped watching
  4. Probably next season at the rate things are going
  5. This is no where as bad as Houle’s rein of error, but I still can’t figure out why Bergevin still has his job. A bad team I can deal with but when you have a team stuck in sub-mediocrity and no changes in leadership —and no apparent plan— it is hard to take. Here’s hoping we can somehow sign Tavares
  6. Bergevin back for 18-19 season

    I think that if Molson thinks that Bergevin a “ great evaluator of talent”, has a plan and is the right man to lead the renaissance of the Canadiens he: a. Is Imbibing too much of the family product b. Has Bergevin confused with George McPhee, David Poile or any other reasonable GM. c. Has suffered a significant, yet undisclosed head injury d. Is not watching the Canadiens this season e. All of the above My theory is “E”
  7. Montoya traded to Edmonton

    Gotta cheer for something 🖖
  8. Bergevin......

    The doubts about whether or not he will be fired or not simply indicate that we have a bigger organizational problem; namely, Geoff Molson needs to appoint a real hockey lifer( although one with a handle on the pulse of the NHL in 2018) as president. It seems to me that, gasp, horror, we need to follow the model of other teams like the Leafs or Tampa
  9. We Have A Trade To Announce

    Or a picture of Habs fan hell
  10. Very well said, that is what I was alluding to in much less erudite way when I said poor, old Reggie Houle. Annd, Habs 29 is right Corey really to blame
  11. Love/Hate X players

    He pissed me off a lot more in Montreal
  12. Well, that was just an example of the mindset that decimated the Houle era Habs. We went from cup winners to laughingstock in 3 seasons and some might argue that the organization has still not fully recovered from his reign of error.
  13. Eric Engels via Twitter reminded me today why I still hate poor old Reggie Houle after all these years: Read about the time when Habs were going to claim Briere off waivers but didn’t because they wanted to protect Juha Lind. JUHA LIND?!?!?
  14. Love/Hate X players

    The only players I really hated were Kovalenko and Murray Baron both because the trades that brought them sucked and because neither wanted to be here. F'ing Houle
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