May 24, 2013

TouCH some Sexy Friday

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Come on, come on, come on FHFers.

101 comments:

  1. Great SF, but the Harper pic is disturbing. Fortunately the remainder of the pictures made up for it.

    The Star Trek underwear girl? How did they work that into a Sci-Fi script. Was it a race of bikini-clad supermodels who communicate through sexual acts?

    The Moose will play either London or Portland in the Memorial Cup final. I have not slept for two days now.

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    1. Thx. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder (see Alice Eve and others) and the undressed harpo is beholding the bag.

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    1. Also, if you concentrate enough, you can make the direction of the subway train change with your mind.

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    2. jedi mind tricks, excellent

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  3. the Maritimer6:49 PM

    Deadest Sexy Friday I've ever seen.

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  4. Great FHF Moeman, I think the FHF nation is just bummed. But tell 29 as excellent as Eve Adams is, this does not constitute in any way a Star Trek SF. I would have to ask a judge if he could even reuse that image.

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  5. Lets talk about the Dalton Thrower hit, google it you lazy kids. Its a north south hockey play, no way its not a good hit.

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    1. Saw it live. I was surprised he didn't get a penalty. Ref was looking right at it too, and they're especially sensitive to head shots. Anyway, it would have been fine if he didn't throw in the ninja elbow at the end.

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  6. Such a good SF moe! on so many levels

    Happy bday bob dylan! a killer tune only diehards will know, the rest of you should CHeck out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5axJe4WzFN4

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    1. for you lazy kids
      I am a Dylan head, and although I do not know 29 I guess he is a Dylan brain. So just to warn you, Dylan is like a foreign language even to those that were part of a contemporary experience. I joined his tribe well after he peaked. Should we mention Beethoven and Bob Dylan in the same breath, well Beethoven was great but he had no lyrics and never sang. Happy Birthday Mr Zimmerman, its one of the privileges of my life that you were part of my Zeigiest.

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    2. seen Dylan 15-20 times live over the years. a Dylan brain indeed. let us list some of the odder venues

      CEPSUM (Universite de Mohtreal hockey rink)
      National Arts Centre Ottawa
      Frank Clair Stadium (now) Ottawa, all day festival
      Some farm in Vermont
      Some field in Maine

      they were all unique, and all brilliant

      better than Beethoven

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    3. oh I forgot Jarry Park! that was a great one. put my smokes out on the tennis court, I felt guilty

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    4. Its an eclectic SF.

      No excuse forgetting Bob. Always liked him and have almost all his tunes. Of the many, fave all time is 'Political World'. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXGmS2-llIE

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    5. Dylan will never be matched lyrically. In the world of recorded lyrics going back maybe 2000 years no one has come close, and the competition is going backwards.
      My favorite because I did work in a lumber camp is from Blood on the tracks, Tangled up and blue. Lots of people can not get into Dylan, but that song is something everyone loves.
      "I was working in the great north woods as a cook for a spell, but I never did like it all that much and one day the axe just fell."

      There are a half dozen phrases just as fine in this single song. One day, every where, everybody is going to have an axe fall on them. Thats Bob, he tried to tell you but you would not listen.

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    6. I muttered something underneath my breath
      She studied the lines on my face
      I must admit I felt a little uneasy
      When she bent down to tie the laces of my shoe
      Tangled up in blue

      Steve, we are in agreement

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    7. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TzhTqzXFgQ

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    8. insanely great moe!

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    9. Bob was Steve's idol. Every amazing preso Jobs did had some Dylan quote, song or reference.

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    10. Cause the times they are a changing. Grow panic rooms and places where safety can be found when its lost, because the time they are a changing. When the galciers melt and shorefront insurance is lost and the people both little and small flee the flood, you will see on your screens and even fox will believe that the time they are a changing. Now dear brother bob who was a threat to the mob of controlled outrage like a Tea Party sage, would say in a spell of outspoken lyrical hell, grasp your vitals and food and move to a place where the mood is about moving on and not just about keeping everything you were given at birth and not wondering who else patrols the paths of this earth.

      Look out your window do not rely on the news, you can see such strange sunsets and morning-ins you cant use. So do not stand with your jaw on the ground, get up stand up, and tell the government we are the people and we are your boss and we will not be pushed around.

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    11. Chester9:05 AM

      Searching back into the foggy mists of time I think the best show that I have seen was the Rolling Thunder Review at the Forum. Timeless awesomeness.

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  7. Ooh, karma kicks the Sens.

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  8. http://www.shd.ca got their user-funded, hnic time-slotted ad in. Fuck yeah!

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  9. Anonymous10:22 PM

    tata tatawa.

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  10. Excellent SF Moe!

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  11. the Maritimer7:32 AM

    The bug-eyed fat walrus and his headhunting Senaturds got their asses handed to them last night. No need for me to watch any of that mess as it was obvious who had the superior team. As a Habs fan I can only look at Pittsburgh with envy....Crosby, Malkin, Neal, Dupuis and on and on. They are a little weak in goal but former Habs draft pick Tomas Vokoun is good enough with all that firepower. We can only hope that Galchenyuk will be similar to a Malkin that Bergevin can build around him something remotely similar. If he were to miraculously engineer a deal to land MacKinnon, he could have that big one-two punch down the middle.

    So, perhaps I will watch a Pittsburgh/Boston semi-final, I think Crosby and company will expose a rookie laden Bruin back end. First though should be a good Memorial Cup final between Seth Jones' Portland team and a Halifax juggernaut featuring MacKinnon and Drouin on Sunday.

    G Y F H G!

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    1. there are 30 teams, to win the cup you only have to be the best of 30. Such a simple task, but so hard to execute. In the current cycle our future is all TFS.

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  12. Sometimes I know I am headed in the right direction. Doppler radar is scattered but all indications are it is safe to move. So when a movie like Upstream Color runs like a supernatural force through my physio Faraday cage, I become some what passionate for a metaphysical cause. Artists capture something we love but can not not create let alone express. Upstream Color is a masterpiece of expression leading the audience to think. In this era of scattered thought and blockbusting reality shows and comic book movies, the art remains, embrace the art, the art is the deal.

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  13. the Maritimer8:24 PM

    Broons move on, wonder if the Fonz will be fired by Monday?

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  14. EA predicted the Rangers to win the Cup and for Brad Richards to be DOMINANT, notching himself the Conn Smythe. More proof EA is a fucking joke.

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  15. Wow! Nice, especially creamy kitty. Now hopefully the Pens will sweep the B's cos I have no use for them anymore.

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  16. How annoying... The Moosehead win the Memorial Cup and all Sportsnet does is CROSBY CROSBY CROSBY. What a bunch of fucking fuckwits. This is their night. Talk about them!

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    1. the Maritimer7:07 AM

      Colorado would be fucking nuts if they pass up on MacKinnon. Future superstar. Betcha Saint Patrick33 pulls his weight on picking the kid.

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    2. I agree they will take Mckinnon, which means the lighting get Druid, which is good for me.

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  17. the Maritimer8:03 AM

    First, congratulations to fellow FHF'er soperman whose Halifax Mooseheads dominated the QMJHL and the Memorial Cup winning all the marbles. What a performance by Nathan MacKinnon, who, if he goes there, will form a dynamic one-two punch with Jonathan Huberdeau in Sunrise, Florida. Dale Tallon can't lose even if he ends up with Jones.

    Second, I'd like to point out this is the third year in a row a team from the "Q" has won the CHL championship. I'd also like to point out that since the "Q" expanded and transferred a couple of franchises into the Maritime provinces and gained exclusive drafting rights to Atlantic Canada's hockey players the League's fortunes seem to have risen. At one time this area was not considered much of place to scout for hockey talent. Thatbseems to have changed. I don't know what's in the water in Cole Harbour, NS, but Hockey Canada should be getting samples for testing.

    Final trivia note: the last Maple Leaf to ever win the League scoring title was a chap named Gordie Drillon.....from Saint John, NB.

    Have a good day all!

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    1. Congrats to the Mooseheads team, organization and fans. The resurgence of the 'Q' is good for the game. Our own DGMB has boeufed up the local scouts so that is good.

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    2. the Maritimer11:27 AM

      Donald Audette scouts for the Habs in the Q, there may be others as well.

      The aforementioned Gordie Drillon played his last season for Montreal and he was actually born in Moncton. We still claim him as ours though cuz he's buried here. I seem to recall seeing him around City Hall when I first started working there...I think he worked for the police department in some capacity.

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    3. congrats to all the hard working families on the east coast who define Canadian values, and who keep on keeping on despite a full scale attack from the Harpoons. Player development is key and the Maritimes, develop.

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    4. It was an amazing year to be a Moose Maniac. A special shout out to the Maritimer and thanks to his SeaDogs for trading Stephen MacAulay to us. Huge factor in the win, he made the whole team better and he has been to the Memorial Cup three years in a row, and won two of them.

      Stephen's mother died just before the playoffs. The game was in Halifax against Saint John's. Not only did Jonathan Huberdeau fly up from Florida for the funeral, but the entire Seadogs and Mooseheads teams went to the funeral. Stephen MacAulay commands a great deal of respect. Every hockey player he plays with is better for the experience.

      I will always respect the Sea Dogs for this. The Drakkar? Well, they are the Q's answer to the Broons.

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  18. BTW, A.D.'s new season on Netflix is quite good in a way out there kinda strange. Starts slow, very 'insidery' but gets really funny. Also, two words, Isla Fisher.

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    1. I am going there soon

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  19. Shoulda tanked, at number 3 we get the Druid.
    http://sports.nationalpost.com/2013/04/29/nhl-draft-lottery-winner-might-be-rolling-the-dice-taking-seth-jones/

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  20. trade up, stay pat, who knows, if we could get into the 16 spot and take Fred Gathier or Morin or others I would do it for some of our overloaded defence prospects, we really have no more room at the farm.

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  21. I am always so confused in this universe, cause I have no way of knowing exactly which universe I am in. Anyway Game of Thrones is big in half the ones I travel two. Lots of different versions, in Universe 11 all the females wear full buquas and Nijabs. Not surprisingly there the top rap song is about getting down with a cloth sack, composition indeterminate. In the Universe I was born, http://www.couchtuner.eu/ exists, is it legal, I have no idea, for in this universe Allen Mendelson is a tax attorney.

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  22. Also in a non hockey ting, in one universe, and pretty consistently the rival cities stay the same, the Mayor was allegedly on video smoking crack, then the video dissipated and so did the drug dealers, thats what I call cleaning up a city. In this Universe Hamilton won the cup.

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    1. the Maritimer7:35 PM

      That's quite the outfit runnin'er up in Toronto.

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    2. cherry has friend sin low places, who knew.

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    3. Sometimes words just write (right) themselves.

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  23. "The Canadiens announced Monday that they have hired Shane Churla as their chief amateur scout. The 47-year-old comes to the Canadiens after working as an amateur scout with the Dallas Stars organization. A sixth-round pick of the Hartford Whalers at the 1985 entry draft, Churla spent 11 seasons in the NHL with the Whalers, Flames, North Stars/Stars, Kings and Rangers. In 488 games, he had 26 goals and 45 assists to go along with 2,301 penalty minutes.“Shane played a major role in our amateur scouting department and we want to thank him for his eight years of dedicated service to the Dallas Stars organization.” Stars GM Jim Nill told the Dallas Morning News. “We also want to congratulate Shane on his promotion to Montreal and wish him only the best in his future endeavors.”

    CHurla, a natural fit. Good luck to him, find some diamonds!

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  24. A great Memorial Day to all our American FHFriends.

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  25. Is it Draft Day yet? I'm bored.

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    1. the Maritimer6:52 AM

      Must be at least a month to go. We need a spy in MB's office or a wire tap to hear who he's talking to.

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  26. Thats why they call it the big smoke.

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  27. the Maritimer6:43 PM

    I wonder if Steve got his notice from the B.C. Supreme Court today?

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    1. I read the BC motion, Steve escaped the guillotine. He's a slippery one!

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    2. Joy Joy Joy deep down in my heart.

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    3. The good lord gives special penance to the worthy, the fools and the samplers of altered states. I must have qualified on all three levels. Breath Steve, its been a long time since you drew a breath.

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    4. I must have had an angel looking after my part.

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    5. On another note I will be leaving the country and this universe for an extended period, so I will be incommunicado for sometime. And if I do make a post it will be on an alternative timeline.

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    6. the Maritimer1:25 PM

      Mirror universe?

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    7. No a total different part of the space time continuum, it may be 500 years or more between the time I read the blog and post. Of course it will still be from one of the known 11 universes.

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  28. Is it October yet?

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    1. It ain't even June! Enjoy the summer of sweet skirts!

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    2. we still have the draft, and it is going to be exciting to say the least.

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  29. Saw some of the King's replays this morning. Quick made some spectacular saves. Wow. I'm rooting for them to repeat. That means my sister gets to go to parade number three in 6 years. She left Montreal in '93 and took the cup with her. *sigh*. It's time she sent it home, dammit.

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    1. the Maritimer1:29 PM

      Quick is the man. Bernier is fucked if he stays in LA.

      Don't hold your breath waiting for that elusive Cup Moey. It's a long way off yet. Hope I'm still around to see it.

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    2. I am like all over a three way were we take Bernier. TFS may become great, but he may not. So we send him to calgary for their first round and a second next year, and make some deal with LA. Could be worse, cause this year in the playoffs we had no goalie

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  30. Torts fired. Get that man a TV job stat!

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    1. the Maritimer2:57 PM

      Like you couldn't see that coming.

      Hockey is fucking boring (to me) right now. The Sergio Garcia/Tiger Woods rivalry is more fun to watch.

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  31. the Maritimer3:01 PM

    I have a theory as to why Steve escaped the wrath of Burkie. Wouldn't "Steve" be to common a blog name? Must be thousands of STEVE's on the internet. Sometimes simplicity can be a beautiful thing. Either that or his solicitor was one dynamic defensive star.

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  32. In the 24th century this is making the rounds. If someone was planning a Star Trek SF, it may be appropriate.

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  33. R.I.P. Henry Morgentaler.

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    1. Kid G sized balls RIP

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    2. Me, Mom & Morgentaler.

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  34. http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/nine-inch-nails-announce-new-album-20130528

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  35. ah NHL refs. never a dull moment

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  36. CANCEL THE RIOT. Hawks win. Fuck you, Collie Campbell's email buddy.

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  37. HABS NEWS ALERT!!!!!!!!

    http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=424300 :

    It doesn't look like Michael Ryder's second stint with the Montreal Canadiens will last longer than this past season.

    Ryder's agent Thane Campbell told Le Journal de Montreal this week that the 33-year-old forward is not part of Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin's offseason plans.

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    1. the Maritimer3:30 PM

      Time for some new blood.

      Bryan Bickell.

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    2. Or they just forgot about him.

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  38. Stop the man. You can not have our water.

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  39. Lets talk some hockey.

    A grain of salt for your wounds. Check out how few of our draft picks were even worth a bag of pucks.
    2013
    1st round pick, between 25th - Montréal
    2nd round pick, 34th overall* - Montréal (from Nashville - Kostitsyn trade)
    2nd round pick, 36th overall* - Montréal (from Calgary - Cammalleri trade)
    2nd round pick, 55th overall* - Montréal
    3rd round pick, 71st overall* - Montréal (from Dallas - Cole trade)
    3rd round pick, 86th overall* - Montréal
    4th round pick, 116th overall* - NY Islanders (from Montréal - Wisniewski trade)
    5th round pick, 146th overall* - Los Angeles (from Montréal - Drewiske trade)
    6th round pick, 176th overall* - Montréal
    7th round pick, 206th overall* - Montréal
    *Order could change with compensatory picks being awarded

    2014
    1st round pick - Montréal
    2nd round pick - Montréal
    3rd round pick - Montréal
    4th round pick - Montréal
    5th round pick - Montréal
    6th round pick - Montréal
    7th round pick - Montréal

    2012
    1st round pick, 3rd overall - Alex Galchenyuk
    2nd round pick, 33rd overall - Sebastian Collberg
    2nd round pick, 51st overall - Dalton Thrower (from Nashville - Gill trade)
    3rd round pick, 64th overall - Tim Bozon
    4th round pick, 94th overall - Brady Vail
    5th round pick, 122nd overall - Charles Hudon (from Columbus - Wisniewski trade)
    6th round pick, 154th overall - Erik Nyström

    2011
    1st round pick, 17th - Nathan Beaulieu
    4th round pick, 97th - Josiah Didier (from Winnipeg - pick #78 traded for picks #97 & #108)
    4th round pick, 108th - Olivier Archambault (from Winnipeg via Montréal - Sopel trade, picks swap)
    4th round pick, 113th - Magnus Nygren (from Anaheim - Chipchura trade)
    5th round pick, 138th - Darren Dietz
    6th round pick, 168th - Daniel Pribyl
    7th round pick, 198th - Colin Sullivan

    2010
    1st round pick, 22nd - Jarred Tinordi (from Phoenix - picks #27 & #57 traded for picks #22 & #113)
    4th round pick, 113th - Mark MacMillan (from Phoenix - picks swap)
    4th round pick, 117th - Morgan Ellis
    5th round pick, 147th - Brendan Gallagher
    7th round pick, 207th - John Westin*
    *not anymore in the Canadiens organization

    2009
    1st round, 18th - Louis Leblanc
    3rd round, 65th - Joonas Nättinen (from Atlanta - Schneider trade)
    3rd round, 79th - Mac Bennett
    4th round, 109th - Alexander Avtsin*
    5th round, 139th - Gabriel Dumont
    6th round, 169th - Dustin Walsh
    7th round, 199th - Michael Cichy
    7th round, 211th - Petteri Similä* (from Pittsburgh - for 2010 6th round pick)
    *not anymore in the Canadiens organization

    2008
    2nd round, 56th - Danny Kristo
    3rd round, 86th - Steve Quailer
    4th round, 116th - Jason Missiaen*
    5th round, 138th - Maxim Trunev (from Calgary - Tanguay trade)
    7th round, 206th - Patrick Johnson*
    *not anymore in the Canadiens organization

    2007
    1st round, 12th - Ryan McDonagh*
    1st round, 22nd - Max Pacioretty (from San Jose - Rivet trade)
    2nd round, 43rd - P.K. Subban
    3rd round, 65th - Olivier Fortier* (from Washington - Zednik trade)
    3rd round, 73rd - Yannick Weber
    5th round, 133rd - Joe Stejskal
    5th round, 142nd - Andrew Conboy* (from Dallas - Ribeiro trade)
    6th round, 163rd - Nichlas Torp*
    7th round, 192nd - Scott Kishel* (from Carolina - Leighton trade)
    *not anymore in the Canadiens organization

    2006
    1st round, 20th - David Fischer* (from San Jose - pick #16 traded for picks #20 & #53)
    2nd round, 49th - Ben Maxwell*
    2nd round, 53rd - Mathieu Carle* (from San Jose - picks swap)
    3rd round, 66th - Ryan White (from Chicago via Philadelphia - picks #79 & #109 traded for #66, Sharp trade)
    5th round, 139th - Pavel Valentenko*
    7th round, 199th - Cameron Cepek*
    *not anymore in the Canadiens organization

    2005
    1st round, 5th - Carey Price
    2nd round, 45th - Guillaume Latendresse* (from NY Rangers - picks #56 & #66 traded for pick #45)
    4th round, 121st - Juraj Mikus*
    5th round, 130th - Mathieu Aubin*
    6th round, 190th - Matt D'Agostini*
    7th round, 200th - Sergei Kostitsyn*
    7th round, 229th - Philippe Paquet* (from NHL as compensation for Group III free agent Darren Langdon)
    *not anymore in the Canadiens organization

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  40. ATTENTION STEVE ATTENTION STEVE

    Great pic, or greatest pic? CHeck the face, and the hat:

    http://cdn.uproxx.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/slice1.jpg

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    2. Since I look at this blog from a 500 year perspective only what the curator says is worthwhile comes to my interface, all I can say about that interface, is 500 years later some people still like having sex with Selma Hyak. She is like the Beethoven of people you dream about fucking. You of course pass through all the filters, and although its against the prime directive, I can tell you your love child with a Belorussian sister was the number 3 draft pick in 2020. But I hate to tell you your info was one hundred years old, everybody in the 24th century knew Picard was a Habs fan.

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    3. sorry I picked up a virus from some burka clad character. Your love child was drafted in 2032. In fact the first Hab to wear a split sweater, of course we all call them jerseys now.

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    4. Yes I agree its a great photo, and a great tribute to our team, he could have chosen from a thousand hats, but he chose us.

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    5. I can also add we are now waiting half a millium for a Star Trek SF. Its become bigger than Jesus, someday a Star Trek SF will appear. In 2500 we have given up waiting for Jesus. However a Star Trek SF is only 400 years of non appearance, so there is still a great deal of hope.

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    6. Oh steve, I knew you would have beaten me to it. Damn! Well done sir

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    7. ps I am terribly embarassed. Next time, I will click your links steve!

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    8. totally legal hockey play

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    9. I should add, I am totally a worst offender. I make redundant comments all the time. Mostly about movies or music.

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    10. I think your like Rob Ford, except for you your in denial about Star Trek SF, any mention of it and you run away.

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  41. worst insult I have had to endure all day


    Steve if you were the sole entrant in a IQ contest, you would come in third.

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    1. the Maritimer9:04 PM

      If it makes you feel any better I'd be tenth. Whut?

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  42. The Saint1:17 PM

    Useless fact of the day: BurgerVan played more games than any other 59th overall pick at 1191 games.

    Harold Snepts is the only other to crack the 1000 mark at 1033.

    Billy Smith played the most for a goalie at 680 games.
    Did you know Smith was drafted by the present defending champion LA Kings. He played 5 games for them in 71-72 before the Isles snagged him in the expansion draft (a la Voukoun). It's all right, the Kings got this guy named Vachon (who was unhappy about losing his status to this kid named Dryden) from the Habs for a song, so it worked out for them....Smith mind you went on to play 17 seasons and win 4 cups, so there's that.

    It's probably a local thing in NB, we used to call the Ah Caramel things Vachon Cakes. Even though on the edge of the Acadian section of the province, we weren't very french. So we also called the logs Billet Logs and pass some of that Old Fort Cheese...

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    1. The Saint1:19 PM

      ...so by "weren't very", I mean not at all I guess. Rednecks. Gotta love us.

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  43. The Saint7:20 AM

    Kill me now.

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