Tag Archives: Jacques Martin

THE DON HAS WHAT IT TAKES TO BE NEXT HABS’ GM


If it’s personality that Habs’ fans are looking for from the next general manager of this team, the Canadiens should go out and hire Don Rickles to keep the masses happy. I hear he’s available. You hockey puck. I think … Continue reading

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MERCY RULE ANYONE?


Prior to the start of the 2011-2012 NHL season, I predicted that the Canadiens would finish in 7th place in the Eastern Conference. I was wrong. I never thought the Habs would move to the next level with the roster … Continue reading

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MOVE OVER PK


Move over P.K. Subban, you’ve got plenty of company. On a night when Subban stepped up to take his share of the blame for the Canadiens 5-1 loss in Chicago, there were plenty of Habs who should have stepped forward … Continue reading

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NEW COACH, SAME OLD !#!@!!#!!


Jacques Martin bashers were dancing in the streets last night. At least up until around 9:45 p.m., when the siren went on a 5-3 loss to the New Jersey Devils at the Bell Centre. Some 12 hours after General Manager … Continue reading

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MARTIN NEEDS HISTORY LESSON


Don’t count me among those ready to throw Jacques Martin under the bus as a result of the Canadiens record of 1-5-2 that includes a current six-game losing streak.  I am not convinced that firing the coach is going to … Continue reading

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HABS IN STORE FOR A 7TH-PLACE FINISH


I may be in the minority here, but I like what general manager Pierre Gauthier has done to this Canadiens’ team.  I would have liked it more, had he addressed the club’s need for “team toughness”, as former coach Guy … Continue reading

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PALUSHAJ DRAWS PRAISE IN PRE-SEASON LOSS


Aaron Palushaj is making a storng case for himself in training camp. Palushaj assisted on a pair of goals by Michael Cammalleri in a 3-2 loss to the Senators at the Bell Centre, in what coach Jacques Martin called Palushaj’s … Continue reading

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KOVALEV RETURNS TO MONTREAL


Alex Kovalev is coming back to Montreal to play. Golf. Kovalev is scheduled to arrive from Russia tonight as he gets set to tee it up in his annual Kovalev for Kids Golf Tournament, which is being held tomorrow at Golf Saint … Continue reading

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WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET


Jeff Halpern on a line with Michael Cammalleri and Tomas Plekanec?  Sure, why not. Scott Gomez re-united with Brian Gionta and Max Pacioretty?  Go right ahead. Those are some of the moves in the works as Canadiens’ head coach Jacques … Continue reading

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POULIOT PAYS PRICE


Three games into the regular season, and Canadiens’ head coach Jacques Martin is already playing musical chairs as a way to kick-start forward Benoit Pouliot. Truth be told, The Coach should also pull a couple of chairs for Pouliot’s linemates, … Continue reading

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