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  1. Preseason Game Thread | Sens Vs. Habs | 09/25/06

    Here's today lineup: Goalies: David Aebischer Yann Danis Defensemen: Ryan O'Byrne Mathieu Dandenault Dan Jancevski Danny Groulx André Benoit Andrei Markov Forwards: Ajay Baines Chris Higgins Steve Bégin Kyle Chipchura Maxim Lapierre Andrei Kostitsyn Aaron Downey Garth Murray Mike Ribeiro Michael Ryder Guillaume Latendresse Jonathan Ferland
  2. Here's tonight's line-up: Sammy-Ribs-Kovy Latendresse-Pleky-Ryder Bégin-Bonk-Downey Perezhogin-Locke-Ferland Markov-Rivet Jancevski-Komo Groulx-Dandenault
  3. Camping At Bell Center

    Just to know... Is anyone here going to go camping at Bell Centre Sept. 16th? And if yes, at what time?
  4. Camping At Bell Center

    Should have no problem against Florida... Lots of tickets will be available!
  5. A Joke!

    So I go to Archambault today, looking to buy The Hockey News Fantasy Guide. Not there. So I finally buy The Score 2006-2007 preview, thinking that it's better than nothing... False! So I get home, open it at the Habs page, only to see at the top: Predicted Northeast Division finish: 5th. without even reading what was written about my favorite team, I flip the pages back to fing the predicted order of finishing. Then, I started laughing. Eastern Conference 1-Buffalo 2-Tampa Bay 3-New Jersey 4-Carolina 5-Ottawa 6-Rangers 7-Boston 8-Flyers 9-Atlanta 10-Washington 11-Florida 12-Toronto 13-Islanders 14-Montréal 15-Pittsburgh Is that a joke or what? Then I read the Habs' analysis, only to find the usual ''lack of size, need a no.1 Dman...'' crap. Not only this, but putting Buffalo no.1? They have the same kind of team as our, with offensive depth, speedy forwards, 6 reliable defensemen, 2 good goalies... Just to give you an example, here's the ''Bottom Line'', according to The Score: This version of the Habs is too similar to the 05-06 model-aside from the arrival of Samsonov- to suggest any significant improvements.While there's plenty of talent down the pipeline, the club needs to revamp its veteran core in order to surpass the likes of Ottawa and Buffalo. Unfortunately, both the Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs improved themselves in the off-season, and have inched closer to Montreal. Making the playoffs this time around will be a struggle for the Habs, while even avoiding the division cellar won't be easy. Look for a battle between the Habs and Toronto for the 4th place in the northeast. So, the real bottom line is: DON'T BUY THE SCORE 2006-2007 PREVIEW, unless you really, but really have $10 to throw away.
  6. Open Letter To AthlÉtique.canadien

    What about Price????
  7. Here's some exclusive Saku Koivu pics while training with his ex-team TPS Turku, down in Finland. In an article published in La Presse today, it says that the Montreal Canadiens expect Sak to be ready for the start of Training Camp. Koivu
  8. Permanent Rumour Thread

    Chances of this happening are close to 0%... I mean... which Habs fan wouldn't do this trade RIGHT NOW? Malkin repalces Ribeiro as our 2nd line center ... We lose Ryder but get Dumont, not that I'd take Dumont before Ryder, but he's a pretty good replacement... We lose Aebi who's our backup goalie... We lose Souray, but chances are that he'll look to sign with a Western Conference team this summer and we lose a 1st rd DP, but hey, maybe that guy won't even make it to the NHL... Anyways, keep dreaming because Mike Milbury isn't the Pens GM...
  9. According to an NHL.com article, the newly retired Eric Desjardins had a contract offer from Bob Gainey. He chose to retire, citing it was important for him to retire as a Flyer. Knowing that Bouillon is going to miss at least the month of November, does that mean that Mark Streit's knee injury is more serious than expected? Who would you sign as a 7th defenseman if you were BG? Desjardins finishes as a Flyer
  10. Koivu Back On Skates!

    According to La Presse, Saku Koivu hit the ice for the first time since he suffered an eye injury in the 2006 playoffs. Still according to La Presse, it was planned that Koivu would start his on ice training this week. The Habs' medical staff said that everything is fine with Saku's eye. Koivu chausse les patins GREAT NEWS!!!!
  11. Rds Is Now Talking About Dumont.

    As much as I'd like to see another Quebecer with the Habs, I don't see where Dumont would fit. He's a good 2nd winger at best. I think that Ryder, Higgins, Samsonov, Kovy are better fits than him. The only way I'd see him come to Mtl is if Sak is out for at least 2 months. I could see Higgins going back to center (where he played before) and have Ryder and Dumont as wingers.
  12. Where Is Andrei Kostitsyn

    Kostitsyn is the next forward to get a regular spot in one of the top 3 lines. If Sak isn't ready for the start of next season, Andrei should get a spot in the lineup. He's had 2 years in the AHL and is IMO NHL ready.
  13. Bouillon's Injury

    Bouillon will be ready for training camp. Here's an article from Radio-Canada. Bouillon opéré? It says that Bouillon might have an arthroscopic knee surgery (Same as Kovy last year), but that he should be ready for training camp, the recovery time of this kind of surgery being 4 to 6 weeks.
  14. Samsonov Will Wear #15

    According to the Habs official website, the latest free agent acquisition, Sergei Samsonov, will wear number 15, who was last wore by Darren Langdon. Newcomer Mike Johnson will take Zednik's #20.
  15. Habs Camp Dates?

    The real training camp starts September 14th.
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