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  1. Habs Acquire Nate Thompson

    Surprising nobody, Chaput clears and heads to Laval to make room for Thompson. Hopefully Thompson can help the Habs, and Chaput can held Laval.
  2. Trade Deadline Planning

    C'mon, who can forget the Macon Whoopee!!? Certainly not Bob Eubanks!
  3. Habs Acquire Nate Thompson

    Habs already had their man...Deslauriers is 100% this year! (1 for 1). Ha.
  4. Permanent Rumour Thread

    Nate Thompson and a 2019 5th for a 2019 4th.
  5. Game #55 Feb 7 2019, 7:30 Jets at Habs

    Such a great performance by the Habs that it’s hard to believe they were down 1-0.
  6. So once they re-sign Marner, they’ll have more money in three forwards than the Habs have tied up in their entire forwards corps.
  7. Byron - 3 Game Suspension

    Ya know what, I thought that the Agostino hit on Eric Fehr was worse than Byron's hit. As others have said, there's no consistency to suspensions. If I could watch a game, see a hit like Byron's and without a doubt say "Yep, that'll get 3 games" each and every time regardless of players involved and team, then I'd be fine with the suspension. The problem is, you can't say that. Even crazier, say someone gets pummeled during a fight, gets a concussion. The NHL levies suspension based on injuries, so why is there no supplemental discipline there? Clearly in a fight, there's even INTENT to injure. I guess because both guys were willing to get penalties so they accept the risk of injury, I dunno.
  8. Byron - 3 Game Suspension

    Thanks, I was unaware of that.
  9. Byron - 3 Game Suspension

    For me, 1 game would warrant a raised eyebrow, two a complaint, three just seems crazy. It’s the longest suspension for a regular season game infraction this season (there are a couple of other three gamers, I think.)
  10. Byron - 3 Game Suspension

    Judging from Byron's statement on Twitter, he won't be appealing. “I accept and respect the decision made by the department of player safety,” Byron wrote. “I would like to make it clear I had no intention of causing injury or finishing my check through MacKenzie Weegar’s head. I think my history and the way I conduct myself on the ice show a lack of intent to injure other players. Despite a lack of intention, I have to accept responsibility for my hit and realize the result of the hit was to the head and caused injury. I would like to sincerely apologize for my hit and wish MacKenzie all the best and hope he is okay. I’ve learnt a lesson through this and will make sure any future hits result in a clean and legal fashion.”
  11. Byron - 3 Game Suspension

    I was honestly surprised when I heard this morning that there was even a hearing.
  12. That seems absolutely absurd to me. https://www.nhl.com/news/canadiens-paul-byron-suspended-three-games-for-charging/c-303957216
  13. Jan. 3, Canucks vs Habs, 7:30 PM

    Last night was one of those games where watching Price move, I nearly muttered out loud in the first period that he was getting a shut out. Bummer about Pettersson, what a weird/awkward play. I agree, it could have been a hooking/interference call on Kotkaniemi. Although watching it again, Pettersson stops and reverses a bit into Kotkaniemi, and not due to any hook/hold, but it looks like it really could have been interference on either player, which is perhaps why nothing was called. Take a look at the Sportsnet video on YouTube at about the 40 second mark, you can see where Pettersson stops, braces, then gets bowled over by a still-moving Kotkaniemi. The Habs are on a stretch of the schedule where 12 of their next 16 games are at home (including last night's game).
  14. Wow, Niemi is terrible.
  15. Dec. 19, Habs vs Avalanche, 8:30 PM

    My kid is very reserved, so he would barely even look at Tatar. He simply said thank you. I tried to get him to call him tuna.
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