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Trizzak last won the day on November 20

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  1. CANADIENS @ STARS, NOV. 21, 20:30 ET

    Well I formally invite you join me in sometimes posting near-desperate trade suggestions, occasionally posting interesting factoids about just how bad this team is, and mostly shitposting tanking memes.
  2. CANADIENS @ STARS, NOV. 21, 20:30 ET

    I think I know the next lesson: Stop caring.
  3. CANADIENS @ STARS, NOV. 21, 20:30 ET

    I need two hands, but that's because I count Gallagher 10 times.
  4. CANADIENS @ STARS, NOV. 21, 20:30 ET

    This is our team.
  5. I appreciate your effort here.
  6. Injury news

    Schlemko is joining the team for the road trip. I thought he'd do another conditioning stint, but it looks like he's being thrown right in.
  7. Bergevin......

    http://www.nhltradetracker.com/user/trade_list_by_GM/Marc_Bergevin/17/1 Was just looking at Bergevin's trade history, and I really can't complain with the trades he made up until June 2016 (when he appeared to have started to kinda hate his team.) Prior to that, there aren't many deals I'd consider "bad", with most of the trades either being a win or a wash. Even the headscratchers had extenuating circumstances behind them (like Kassian for Scrivens). But most of those deals are best described as "tinkering." What there aren't many of are trades of long-term positive change. Prior to 2016, he made no trades of any kind of impact to the core of the team, except Petry (who was no guarantee to re-sign with the team - he was an unrestricted free agent when he was traded for.) His only real big additions have been Danault, Shaw, Weber and Drouin, all in the past 2 years. I have thoughts on this, but they're percolating in my head right now... I'll swing back on this another time. But I do find it interesting that Bergevin didn't really want to change the team at all until June 2016.
  8. Permanent Trade Proposal Thread

    Wait... am I being traded too? Guys, come on, I'm trying hard out here, I'm just in a bit of a rough patch. Put me on a line with DON and The Chicoutimi Cucumber and I swear my posts will improve.
  9. Permanent Trade Proposal Thread

    If we're doing a retool this season... Montoya (when he's healthy) for Kari Lehtonen, Remi Elie, and a 2nd round pick. Dallas gets a better backup now and next season, but pays a price for getting significant cap relief for trade deadline acquisitions. Plekanec (at 50% retained salary) to Winnipeg for a 2nd round pick. They look like a team that could use a defensive 3rd line center... also Pleks is prepared for Winnipeg winters with his collection of turtlenecks. Then whatever assortment of 6th and 7th round picks you can get for Davidson, Mitchell, and Hemsky. I'd also loan Mete to the World Juniors in December, then send him back down to his junior team right after. No need to taint the kid further with this mentally fragile locker room. Call up Jerabek, but look to flip him at the deadline for whatever value he performs to. Finally, not sure what the value is on Pacioretty, but if you want to get a message across to the team that the locker room atmosphere needs a change, you deal the captain. I'd look to San Jose, L.A, Nashville, and Dallas (hey, check out all that cap space!) for the best offers. Maybe Carolina as well. #FallinforDahlin #SignTavares
  10. GDT Toronto @ Montreal, 7:00 pm HNIC

    Somebody once quipped that Marc Bergevin's favourite player to trade for is Marc Bergevin. This would be par for the course.
  11. GDT Toronto @ Montreal, 7:00 pm HNIC

    Ya, being a fan of Putin is downright psychotic. He's a terrible leader and an awful human being.
  12. GDT Toronto @ Montreal, 7:00 pm HNIC

    Found the new Habs logo:
  13. GDT Toronto @ Montreal, 7:00 pm HNIC

    So the Habs got 5 out of 12 points in a 6 game homestand. Not good enough. Taking away their 4 goal game against the worst team in the league (a game that they still lost), they have scored 8 goals in 6 games. Not good enough. 27th in the league. Only 2 dominant wins. 3rd worst goal differential. Not. Good. At. All.
  14. GDT Toronto @ Montreal, 7:00 pm HNIC

    oooooookay, I'm all for negativity towards Bergevin at this point, but you're at a 10 and we need you at a 6.
  15. GDT Toronto @ Montreal, 7:00 pm HNIC

    Kadri didn't get a penalty for his headhunting. Weber got an extra 2 for roughing, which was kind of the refs as he should have gotten 5 for fighting.