Ok dont flog a dead horse, hit the links boys, bring up the baby bulls.
Ok, it's official, but I'm still gonna root for the team, sorry everyone. Look at it this way, even if they win, they might not move in the standings, win-win for all.
Great song, moeman. I used to watch his recent show "spectacle" and when Dianna Krall was on, he did not do the interview because they are married, so he handed the reins over to another quest(again I forget who).
I think it was Elton John since he also had some involvement in the show.
Sorry 'bout that, I posted before refreshing.Thanks moeman.
I don't care if they're eliminated. GO HABS GO!Also, is it October yet?
Here's some good news (if my math is right). If the sabres win just two and the sens just one of their last 6 games, the leafs are eliminated. But of course, who wouldn't want to see them get even closer to give them a little hope, then take it away.
6 games left;FLANYRWASTAMCARleaf
Go Habs Go!!Do we get to play the Sabres again?
No more Sabres.
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Islanders beat Florida in the SO.
In Quebec we have a formula: Whatever is projected in costs or whatever, quadruple it. That's usually the real number.
Here's a funny scenario: Montreal wins the draft lottery and has the No.1 pick. At the draft Brian Burke walks up to the Canadiens' table and.....
...Patrick Roy kicks him in the nuts?
...they all ignore him the way Bob Gainey did last time.
I would not take one player from the Leaf
I like reply #1.
McGill FINALLY wins a Cup! What was that...135 years? They're so good year in and year out but have never won!
I saw them getting the Cup, clearly heard the F word from one of the players in his excitement. This was much bigger news than the Montreal Stars getting the Clarkson Cup. Good for them!
On another note - Jack Todd actually has a decent take on the whole "headshot" issue...http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/Todd+Violence+getting+worse+better/6356987/story.html
Makes you wonder (again) about the officiating."Worse, Dan O’Halloran got away with it – again. The same referee who watched Sedin get punched in the face repeatedly against Boston during the playoffs without blowing a whistle. This time, O’Halloran gave Keith a ridiculous two minutes, begging the question: does O’Halloran have a secret hate on for the Sedins? Is he Don Cherry with a striped shirt and a whistle, standing idly by when Swedish players are injured?"
Watch them trade it for Vinnie Lecav....
Oh FFS...don't jinx it! ;)
Canadiens are going to get Yakupov. Wait and see, Molson will want to make some kind of splash to appease the masses after this crap season. The next Pavel Bure and NHL ready.
Maybe, I can see Columbus making a swap from 1 to 2.
Ha Ha!! You're watching Hockey Central too, EVERYBODY is going to Toronto. They do every year. What a fucking joke!Won't take much to entice Columbus to flip the #1 for #2, a prospect or Gomez and Kaberle.... They have been burned by to many Russkies, Zherdev, Filatov....They'll take Ryan Murray.
Wait! Burke is going to get the #1 pick and Nash and Parise! Fuck, he must be the best GM in the world! Plan the parade for next spring.
Can someone explain to me how Columbus can be odds n favourite to have the first pick? If I understand this draft correctly they take the five worst teams (or whoever has their pick) and put them in a hat. So that surely would mean that each of the 5 teams has a 1 in 5 chance of getting the number 1 pick...or is this a lottery that is pre-determined by Buttman?
Was just looking it up - apparently no team can lose anymore than 1 place off of where they finish and no team can improve by more than 4 spots. So if the Habs finish 2nd worse the worst pick they get is 3rd...so whoever has the worst record can do no worse than 2nd pick.
Selection order and Draft lotteryThe selection order in the Entry Draft is determined by a combination of lottery, regular season standing, and playoff results. However, teams are permitted to trade draft picks. In all cases, the team considered is the original holder of the draft pick, not a team which may have acquired the pick via a trade or other means.At the conclusion of the regular season, the 14 NHL teams not qualifying for the playoffs are entered in a weighted lottery to determine the initial draft picks in the first round, seeded according to regular season standing. The 30th-place team has a 25% chance of winning the lottery, with odds diminishing to a 0.5% chance for the 17th-place team. A single selection from the lottery pool is made, with the winning team improving its draft position by up to four places, and no team dropping more than one place. Therefore, only the 26th through 30th place teams are eligible to receive the first overall draft pick. Consequently, the 30th place team's chance of retaining the first overall pick improves to 48.2%. The order in the remaining rounds is unaffected by the lottery and is based on regular season standings.The remaining order is determined by the Stanley Cup playoff results. Whichever team wins the Stanley Cup is awarded the 30th and last pick, while the runner-up is given the 29th pick. The teams eliminated in the conference finals are awarded the 28th and 27th picks, with the 28th pick going to the team with the better regular season record. Remaining division winners, then the rest of the field are ranked next, filling in the 26th through 15th picks. In both cases, better records result in later picks.When teams lose their rights to a first round draft choice, because that player was not signed to a contract and consequently re-entered the entry draft or became an unrestricted free agent, they are awarded a compensatory draft pick. This selection will be the same numerical choice as the first round draft pick who was not signed, but in the second round. For example, if a team cannot sign the seventh overall first round draft choice, it will receive the seventh pick in the second round of the next draft as compensation.
Math = juce with a headache.
Math = reason why I went into art.
"Ontario’s top court has legalized brothels and will allow prostitutes to have security and other staff that is specifically aimed at protecting prostitutes. In a landmark decision Monday, the court said that prostitution is extremely dangerous work where inherent risks are multiplied by laws preventing prostitutes from working together under one roof or hiring security staff. Commencing next year, a five-judge panel said unanimously, prostitutes in any part of the province can work legally in brothels that will be operated like ordinary businesses. As of April 25, they can engage bodyguards or security staff."
That is gonna piss off harper and the harperites.
This must throw some sort of a wrench into his crime bill.
Are you kidding me? Look at all the extra taxes that will be collected. 13% on every BJ and romp. Harper and Flaherty are laughing all the the way to the Central Bank.I'm surprised this didn't happen in Quebec first. Aren't you Quebecois considered more liberal than Ontarians?
OK, Mr. Steve, that will be $100.00 + $13.00 HST for that blowjob. The Tories will have the budget balanced by the end of the year!
And you can keep the tip!
Quebec is considered more liberal. It's beyond me how they didn't think of it first, but when they do all the johns will be organizing protests in the streets, outrage will demand a public inquiry exposing government involvement and scandals, they call it condomgate.Wow the sales tax on condoms alone...
Good that they can have some sort of protection. Gov't will surely start handing out tax bills.
There has to be a way to get rid of Kaberle.
If I am tee bow's agent I get him a pair of 'pantyhose' pronto. BTW, I know they ain't called that anymore. Pus, I don't like em, on gals.
Go anybody but the leaf
And go anyone who hurt the broons.
Interesting comment about QC's NHL hopes and Patrick Roy. A team in QCity takes any/all profit/reason for being from a QMJHL team in the vicinity. Patrick, do not answer a single call from fuckface peladeau.
blob mackenzie says its Seattle and not QCity that has the deal done. Disclaimer: its blob mackenzie.
moeman, what deal?
The NoDicks will return eventually. There are too many loser franchises in the South. I think the Remparts can survive they seem to have a decent fan base. I still think St. Patrick is coming to Montreal in some capacity.@Steve did you study porn for 10,000 hours?
There is some scandal regarding paradis and the Nordiques, but I couldn`t link to the story.Oops! Google Chrome could not connect to m.ctv.caSuggestions:Access a cached copy of m.ctv.ca/topstories/20120326/paradis-aubut-hunting-trip-120326.htmlGo to ctv.caTry reloading: m.ctv.ca/topstories/20120326/paradis-aubut-hunting-trip-120326.htmlSearch on Google:
There was apparently a connection to the Nordiques. This is supposedly a conflict of interest, they claimed not, but now QC has funding for the new arena.
Here it is.http://m.ctv.ca/topstories/20120326/paradis-aubut-hunting-trip-120326.html