Lovely Monday Moeman.At least its going to be an exciting draft. I see Superpleks on the move.
I don't DGMB has said as much.
Part of the Huberdeau package. Our third overall plus superplex for Huberdeau.
Don't see it happening. As nice as it might be, Huberdeau is FLA bound!
Montreal is now in a out French the French battle with Que Nordiques. They must have a FC superstar. It will happen.
WOW! Is it SF? Me likey!I laughed my head off at HMSC Gill's tweet.
And Juce, we were talking about two different Hatfield Mcoys, I was not watching the Kevin Costner one which survey says was pretty good.
Gotcha Steve, the Costner one was the very good, IMO.
A fun place to watch the game or anything else.
Fantastic Monday Moeman!!
Totally obviousI have this sick feeling Gomerah will be on the ice opening night.
IMHO these guys have the best draft blog.33) Montreal Canadiens – Mark JankowskiPrevious Pick: Alex GalchenyukMontreal’s head scout Trevor Timmins has never been afraid to take kids who are playing high school hockey in their draft year. With Mark Jankowski’s uncle Ryan Jankowski working as a scout for the team, as well as recent hire Bobby Kinsella who drafted Jankowski in the USHL draft, there will be plenty of support for this pick amongst the Habs scouting department.51) Montreal Canadiens (from Nashville) – Scott KosmachukPrevious Picks: Alex Galchenyuk, Mark JankowskiThe Canadiens have added to their centre depth with their first two picks. With their third pick they take Scott Kosmachuk who despite being a Right Wing (a position where Montreal is relatively deep in prospects) is the best player available at this stage of the draft. Kosmachuk is a great skater, and an offensively talented agitator. The Canadiens hope that he will bring his ability to get under an opponents skin to the Bell Centre one day.
I still want BOO!
Thanks for the kind words Steve.There is pick 64 in that article as well. As a habs fan I decided to go to the third round pick as well.I put the player who was best player available at 64, but he's also someone who is going to make our friends in the media happy.
Your welcome, I really enjoyed your draft pick roll out. I would comment on your site but Harper says I am already way over my quota.
Monday never looked better!
The parts of GOT, that make me close my eyes NSFW
Bonjour, I'm high.http://languagelog.ldc.upenn.edu/nll/?p=4025
Q 4 U'all;Would you take the artistic Kovy back?
For shootouts and PP maybe. But Radolov has a bigger upside.
No looking back! Move forward. New Blood! Go Habs Go!!
No, much as I liked the skill, way too slow now. Habs are going younger....speed, speed and more speed.Looks like it's going to be Gchuk or Foppa II at 3rd. Or Murray if the BJ's don't take him second. If they do get Murray, Habs are gonna have a wicked backend in two years. PFK, TinTin, N8 and Murray.
I agree with Maritmer, looks like GCHuk and Nail go before our pick. Then the fucking dilimma, pick an eggman, a D man or a Dolphin Man.
Horror Hotties here
I am outa here, wish I had said it.And since no one else is going to wish Sir Paul a happy 70, "today is your birthday go and have a good time"
Twin Meezers! Live.
Oops! I meant love.
Looks like Jaromir Jagr's stay in Philadelphia won't go beyond one season.Jagr has no intention of re-signing with the Flyers and will instead see what kind of offers he gets as an unrestricted free agent, according to TSN. That's somewhat surprising since the 40-year-old forward's agent told CSN Philadelphia he was working on a new deal with the Flyers and was hopeful of having something done before the NHL draft this weekend.Jagr, who returned to the NHL in 2011-12 after three seasons in the KHL, had 19 goals and 35 assists in 73 games with the Flyers.
That is surprising, thought he liked the 'city of brotherly love'
He be very happy to make money not friends
I could not help Kmaxx, but I did manage to rustle up some heat for Montreal, enjoy.
Gotta love our legal system.Magnotta can get free legal defense for horrific crimes yet many single mothers have to struggle to pay divorce lawyers' fees.
They should do it pro bono
The crime or the divorce?
A lawyer may correct me, but I have heard they are supposed to spend 75% of their time on pro bono, ACK the other way around.
pro? bono? for free? huh? what?
HF29, represent me gratis!
Notable sighting Is it NSFW, very likely.
Heat-Thunder tonight should be a good one
If you have A/C and cover the BBQ. Who knew 29 was a weatherman?
oh that's good. +1
Sens sign Karlsson;http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=398747"The deal is worth $45.5 million, with an average value of $6.5 million per season."
On a points spread between other defence in NHL its a fair deal. For me the wind might blow him over while making a deke.
According to TSN mock draft, Montreal will take Galchenyuk. Foppa II goes to the leaf. Let it be so.
gCHuk is my preferred pick. If he is there at #3 take him Trev.
So let it be written, so let it be done.
Ha! They just interviewed DGMB. He's holding his cards close to his vest, but maybe a phonecall to Edmonton is possible. I'd do #3 and a Swiss mister for the Yak.
Methinks DGMB will be a mover and a shaker.
I would give him both swiss misters, we dont need them and throw in Karbuncle/
@moe, I think you're right. Can't stand pat with a 28th place team and #3, whoever it is, isn't going to turn things around in a season. Lots of drama to come yet.
Watching Falling Skies season two hour special. Its lame but full of hope, in every dystopian future there is unlimited ammo
Draft dream, don't wake me up bitCHes!http://www.tsn.ca/draftcentre/feature/?id=9832
It could happen.
McSplooge thinking Maatta is the most ready NHL defenceman ahread of all those others clearly shows why he's full of drool, spit, and shit.
Also, too, how are the Habs going to compete with a leaf that ices Nash, Parise, Luongo, Yakupov and gCHuk (whilst only giving up the rights to ByGregWyshynski moldy StainedByBurke jock)?
Ha Ha!!!!! Everybody want to play in Tranna! Not!leaf = jokeraptors = bigger jokeblow jays = patheticargonots = loserstfc = amateurAm I forgetting anybody? OK, their AHL team wasn't bad but was anybody in Hogtown even paying attention?Loserville.
Ken Dryden writes about Red Fisher;http://bit.ly/M5jLAY
NHL Draft Weekend Winners and Losershttp://lastwordonsports.com/2012/06/25/nhl-draft-weekend-winners-and-losers