Aug 1, 2014

Keep 'calm and be CHillin' Sexy Friday ~ PFK signed, 8 years $9per, FUCK YEAH and Fuck You mediots !!!

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88 comments:

  1. Wow Pernel Fucking Sexy Friday!
    Heard Joey Alfiere on the radio and he said Broons fans went nuts on twitter, he said some homophobic - I guess they learned not to use the other thing, well maybe for a awhile anyway.
    http://nesn.com/2014/07/malcolm-subban-was-cheering-for-p-k-in-bruins-canadiens-playoff-series/

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  2. Get 'er done already, DGMB.

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  3. Chester9:39 AM

    Wow it's all PFK all the time.
    Go Habs

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  4. I don't like this one bit.

    Chris Johnston @reporterchris · 45m
    Another break in the Subban arbitration hearing. P.K. did not look happy ... at all.

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    1. Chris Johnston @reporterchris · 35s
      Subban's arbitration hearing is over.

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    2. Subban: I'ts been an education process for me I will move on (from today) and get ready for the season

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    3. Don Meehan tells Sportsnet that there are no plans to continue negotiating a long-term deal for Subban before the arbitrator's award.

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    4. I will curse DGMB and Therrien both to hell if this blows up and we lose the most exciting player to come along in years!

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    5. Chris Johnston @reporterchris · 6m
      Marc Bergevin: "I have nothing to say."

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  5. Sexy Friday is awesome as usual. Thx moe.

    But I am fucking annoyed.

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    1. Just to be clear my annoyances is DGMB-PFK-related, but you all knew that by now

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  6. You know...we've all been saying "in DGMB we trust" since he came on board...but I am starting to seriously wonder if his ego has gotten the better of him when it comes to PFK. He passed on locking him down long term two years ago and now he has done it again. Is it a case of "there's not room enough for them both" (especially when you add the fact that the coach has no time for him either) or is it a case that DGMB doesn't rate PFK as a defenseman. He doesn't play the style of d that DGMB played either so that is going against him. So we get another two years of this shit and then PFK is gone...JUST FUCKING GREAT.!

    Great SF Moeman btw - nice ones all round!

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    1. EXACTLY KMAXXX AMEN!

      Fuck DGMB and his hipster glasses

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  7. Great SF Moeman and as for the team
    Now we are a doors song.

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  8. Dammit Jim I am History Major not an NHL General Manager. I can not think of any cases that went to arbitration at age 25 that did not end in divorce. PFK is done in Montreal. DGMB liked him but was not willing to bet his job on him. I expect a blockbuster trade before training camp. Huberdeau may be comming home after all,.

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  9. I don't usually listen to sportsnet - no particular reason but came across this.
    http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/subban-not-good-enough-for-bergevin/

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    1. http://www.cbc.ca/sports-content/hockey/opinion/2014/08/habs-subban-contract-stalemate-turns-very-personal.html

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    2. Fucking Lawyers, fuck almost all them:)

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    3. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/sports/sports-video/video-pk-subban-ready-to-move-forward-after-arbitration-hearing/article19893791/

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  10. the Maritimer9:49 PM

    Well, you go away for a few days and are internet-less and.... Wow!

    It will be too bad if Les Canadiens and PK can't come to an agreement on a new deal but for me it's not a big deal. Many, many players have come and gone wearing the bleu, blanc et rouge. In the end, I am a Habs fan. That is what is most important to me. If, and it's looking as if it will happen, the Habs have to trade PK, I won't feel as bad as when they traded Kirk Muller and Patrick Roy. Those two trades had built up an immunity, for me anyway, to any distress I would feel about any player being moved.

    PK and his agent need to throttle back their demands. PK is not yet worth what some of the bigger name defencemen are being paid. He should accept a 5 or 6 year deal with an AAV of about 6.5 mil. Either that or move on to another team. The Montreal Canadiens will go on with or without him. That's just reality.

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    1. the Maritimer9:52 PM

      He should just accept whatever Kris Letang or Erik Karlsson are making. That's where PK slots in.

      Great SF, btw, moe....and I missed Wet Wednesday.

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    2. I feel the same way. Every player has a role. Who is to say another big shot from the point will not rack up PFK points on the PP. Nygrn. I get the sense that PFK bigger than the team, Tiger Woods Micheal Jordan act was starting to become a distraction,

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  11. I cant believe I missed the fifth element. Speaking of Luc Besson, has anyone seen Lucy? I look forward to going to my friends house to watch when its in DVD quality on the internet. I just saw Winter Soldier. Written by Edward Snowden. Snow den wrote Winter Soldier.

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  12. Is PFK signed yet? No? Yikes!

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  13. I am going to go out on a limb. You know what the difference is between love and hate? Sometimes its possession based. I would love for PFK to be a Canadian for life. Should he choose not to be I will hate him, Good luck to you motherfucker in Edmonton Cagaray or working for the leaf.I am sure DGMB offered him something any Habs fan would take in a heartbeat.
    Ego wins when the winds scatter your ashes.

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  14. In no way no matter what you say was I thinking of OJ

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  15. YOU GUYS YOU GUYS BOBBY MAC SAYS A DEAL IS IMMINENT OMG

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  16. (Not that I was just sitting here waiting and preparing to riot if it wasn't gonna happen...)

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  17. PERNEL FUCKING BREAKING NEWS!!!

    The restricted free agent defenceman agreed to terms on a eight-year, $72 million contract with the team on Saturday, avoiding a salary arbitration ruling. Subban's average annual value is $9 million.

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    1. Oh yeah!!!!!

      ... And a BIG fuck you to all the CotU mediots!!!

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  18. “We are very pleased to have reached a long term agreement with P.K. Subban. This agreement helps consolidate the future of our team. A key element of our group of young veterans, P.K. plays with a high level of intensity every time he steps onto the ice. Despite his young age, he carries a great deal of experience and brings contagious energy to the team. Defensemen of his level are a rare commodity in the NHL” said Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin.

    http://canadiens.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=727650

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  19. WOOOOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  20. "Thank you to @CanadiensMTL for making a commitment to myself and my family. Im Excited about the future! #letsgetit."

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  21. Arbitrator hails from Boston and PK SHUT HER OUT! woohoo!!
    Go Habs Go!

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  22. 14-15 : 7M$
    15-16 : 7M$
    16-17 : 11 M$
    17-18 : 11 M$
    18-19 : 10 M$
    19-20 : 10 M$
    20-21 : 8 M$
    21-22 : 8 M$

    DGMB looks golden in the first two years, the cap will likely rise as will PFK's play for the double digit salaried seasons and then the mediates can get wet in the final two years as Stamkos chokes and regrets signing in hogtown. Find the sarcassasm.

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    1. Another positive, eMpTy will be gone before PFK.

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  23. PFK live on TSN690 @5:00.

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    1. Moved to 6:00pm

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    2. PFK says he wanted a 20 year deal! Habs lifer!

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  24. Wow, I am happy because we made a deal I wanted but was not sure of. PFK is for real not just my imagination.

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  25. Congrats to PFK and Le Club du Montreal for get in u done. On a sad note its going to really cut into my summer comments.

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  26. About Fucking Time!!!!!!!

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  27. DDD has weighed in although the scale hardly registered it. He says his deal looka a little small now, he will discuss his shortcomings with his agent (Pure Wool of Quebec).

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  28. The added bonus is the utter gut-level disappointment of the CotU mediots and their blue and white agenda. These big smoke scumbags are leaf fans first and foremost and have spread and keep spreading so much shit that they just hope sticks. It doesn't. They can try all they want to discredit the Habs, the Canadiens' players and ultimately the fans. Sick fucks.

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    1. @TSNBobMcKenzie: My uneducated opinion from afar: MTL likes, maybe really likes, Subban but doesn't LOVE him. And you have to LOVE someone at 8 x $8-9M+ per.

      Well, Blob, do you think the MTL loves him now? Fuck You.

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  29. I went to bed last night very worried abouT what was going go happen...after a full day away from all forms of social media I come back to an 8 year deal and I am I've the fucking moon! I was doubting but in DGMB we trust! Way to get 'era done!

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    1. Me, too KmaXXX, what a difference a day makes!
      Go Habs Go!!!

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  30. Anyone else think sportsnet's friedman's agenda isn't/wasn't just CotU medioticy (am I good with word play or what?) to disparage the Habs? PFK's audio conference puts to rest his (fried man's) and all sick fuck's lies and innuendo.

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  31. In Dog years he is only making NHL minimum.

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  32. The other aspect of this deal no one is thinking aboot is that TFS is no longer unaffordable in the long term, look for a blockbuster deal.

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    1. a picture is worth a thousand words, but a thousand comments can be worthless.

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  33. PFK loves ya, Go Genie Go!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHwZqTkhyx8&feature=youtu.be

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    1. http://www.thescore.com/nhl/news/548193

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  34. to make it these days you have to be like water You can see it in PFK.

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  35. Good luck, diazling, fingers crossed for you.

    "I'm in contact with several teams, but there's nothing concrete yet," Diaz told Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen on Friday via SwissHockeyNews.ch. "But I hope that something will turn up in the next couple of weeks or months."

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  36. Historically, the comparable salary arbitration case that sticks out is Shea Weber's, who was awarded an NHL-record $7.5-million in the summer of 2011. Here's where things get a bit dicey for Canadiens brass: In 2013-14, Subban outproduced 2010-11 Weber, his club went further in the postseason, and he clearly has more "special qualities" of "public appeal."

    http://www.thescore.com/nhl/news/546875

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  37. the Maritimer12:48 PM

    Wow, you're out of the loop for another 24 hours and BAM! GMMB makes a splash like a Right whale breaching in the Bay of Fundy! That is some serious fucking coin for a young defenceman that his own coach doesn't care much for. This has to be a Mr. Molson initiative, at least he recognizes talent when he sees it.

    So I guess this means the CotU mediots can move on to their Steven Stamkos or John Tavares wet dreams and leave PK alone. Unless it is to trash him for some transgression against the old, white NHL dogma.

    Does MB and the Habs have any cap space left? I think PK was #23.

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    1. the Maritimer1:24 PM

      "The signing gives the Canadiens a full complement of 23 NHL players and Bergevin has $2.61 million in available cap space."

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    2. Per Renaud Lavoie, TVA Signing bonuses too $25.5M worth, nmc and ntc. Wow, some contract. Sorry it's en francais.

      http://tvasports.ca/hockey/canadiens/subban-255-m-en-bonis-3082014



      Voici la structure du contrat de Subban :

      2014-2015 : salaire de base de 2 M$ + 5 M$ en bonis de signature
      2015-2016 : salaire de base de 2,5 M$ + 4,5 M$ en bonis à la signature
      2016-2017 : salaire de base de 9 M$ + 2 M$ en bonis à la signature
      2017-2018 : salaire de base de 9 M$ + 2 M$ en bonis à la signature
      2018-2019 : salaire de base de 10 M$
      2019-2020 : salaire de base de 10 M$
      2020-2021 : salaire de base de 2 M$ + 6 M$ en bonis à la signature
      2021-2022 : salaire de base de 2 M$ + 6 M$ en bonis à la signature
      Les deux dernières saisons sont énormément à l'avantage de Subban. Si le Canadien décidait de racheter son contrat, il ne pourrait le faire que sur le salaire de base puisque c’est impossible de racheter les bonis à la signature.

      Conclusion : il serait presque impossible pour le Canadien de racheter son contrat.

      Pour ce qui est de la possibilité d'être échangé, il y a des clauses de non-échange et de non-mouvement dans le contrat du défenseur, ce qui veut dire qu'il aura un contrôle total de sa destinée au cours des huit prochaines saisons.

      L’entente de 72 millions $ est le pacte le plus lucratif de l'histoire du CH, le précédent ayant été accordé au gardien Carey Price en 2012 (39 M$/6 ans).

      Avec un salaire annuel moyen de 9 millions $, l’Ontarien de 25 ans sera le défenseur le mieux rémunéré de la LNH.

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  38. Here's a very telling quote from all the stuff I have been reading about PFK...He added: “I’m just happy to know that I’m going to be playing under Marc Bergevin and under Geoff Molson for the next eight years. It’s truly flattering, thrilling and it’s an exciting time for me moving forward.”...Notice anyone missing from this little equation...?

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    1. Knew you'd pick that up...+76

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    2. I am two faced about eMTY. Hoover PFK should have just shut his mouth and come back in September. Petty pronouncements are not something to envy. No need for him to do a victory dance.

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    3. Like I am always Beliveau class, just saying

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    4. Chester1:52 PM

      His Flashyness is all about drama.
      If I were to pick the real guy between the two it would be MT2.0 even though I'm not a fan of the coach.
      His Flashness fucks up and His Flashyness gets sat down just like any kid who is learning. But with him its always a fucking soap opera for some reason.
      Go Habs

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    5. PFK could not resit taking a dig a DGMB with his Mr Molson Comment and his praise by omission of DGMB. I would never do such a thing, okay I do it every day but I am not getting millions for the effort. In the words of Lafeyette and they are great "aint no big thing"

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  39. Anyway its a great time for me easy to say l"lets be entertained.

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  40. I was technology-less all weekend. Anything new?

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    1. stephen whyno put out another dumbs leaf POS article for the CotU pinheads to suck on. The mediots collectively re-posted his inane ramblings about fat phil.

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    2. Nice avatar.

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    3. the Maritimer5:05 PM

      Wonder why he's smiling?

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    4. Genie starts, tomorrow!

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  41. UGH! My daughter crosses the Atlantic lands in Toronto just to have her Montreal bound flight cancelled at Pearson and gets stranded in the shit-hole of the universe.

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  42. Aand he never sets foot on the ice, except to be booed handing over the Cup.

    Report: NHL commissioner Gary Bettman earned $8.8M during lockout season.
    http://www.thescore.com/nhl/news/549095

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  43. On this day in 1921, Maurice Richard is born in Montreal, Quebec. The transformative sniper became the first player in NHL history to score 50 goals in a single season, accomplishing the feat as a 23-year-old during the 1944-45 season. It took 16 years before Bernie "Boom Boom" Geoffrion matched that feat (in 14 additional games).

    Richard scored 544 games during his illustrious hall of fame career, and the Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy is awarded annually to the NHL's leading goal scorer.

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    1. the Maritimer6:32 AM

      The Babe Ruth of hockey.

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  44. Chester7:55 AM

    His Flashyness is trying to horn in on Genie and her Army.
    She is too smart for that. Good for her.
    Wonder if Sheldon is in town.
    Go Genie.
    Go Habs.

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  45. I did not emerge from a priveal sludge, I came out hole. Canada is wonderful and it could be like England or USA lite, but one guy defeated that might
    If your think your life is hard, imagine it as an a merician and PET knew this and cemented a place for humans in Canada. In the future this will be our greatest strenght not a weakness. Imagine Taiwan with precious medals.

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  46. Stop the discusion before you embarras yourself. PFK is now our God, do not bleed as a disenter. You got to go with the one you brought to the dance if you have any hope of being fucked. I am not sold on PFK or any other human. But he is a fuckig GOD stroke into the Club enterpirise, I am not qualified to deal with hockey gods, all other gods, I do it every day.

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  47. As I have just found out there is a lot of bad people on the Internets. These guys just wanted to play but rap music, but seriously hw would I know if it wad goo. Anyway be careful out there 4HF,

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  48. Has the hack stephen whyno commented on any leaf bowel movements today?

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    1. the Maritimer8:24 PM

      Heh, heh. Good one.

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  49. Chester7:38 AM

    Sad for Genie.
    Go Habs

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  50. http://fourhockeyfans.blogspot.ca/2014/08/everybody-likes-water-especially-on.html

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