Tag Archives: Michel Therrien

HABS DOWN BUT NOT OUT


My good friend and CJAD colleague Rick Moffat appears ready to see the 2012-13 edition ride off into the sunset: a job well done, by virtue of the fact that they made the playoffs. What a load of horse-poop. First … Continue reading

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HABS GOALTENDING NO LAUGHING MATTER


Full disclosure. I was not in Ottawa for today’s media scrum involving Canadiens’ head coach Michel Therrien.  However, Richard Labbe of La Presse tweeted the following: @Richardlabbe: M.Therrien, on whether P.Budaj should start tomorrow night instead of Price: “Are you … Continue reading

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LESSON LEARNED FOR RYAN WHITE


When Ryan White was suspended for five games for his hit on Flyers’ defenceman Kent Huskins on April 15, most Habs’ fans apeared to be ready to write him off. Don’t count me among them, although there was some justification … Continue reading

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YANNICK WEBER! C’MON DOWN!! #HABS


The Habs’ version of American Idol, D-man style, could be coming to an end. After rotating prospects Greg Pateryn, Jarred Tinordi and Nathan Beaulieu in and out of the lineup recently, it now appears that Yannick Weber (remember him?) could … Continue reading

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#HABS BOUILLON OWES PRICE A PHONE CALL


Now that he’s back with the Montreal Canadiens, Francis Bouillon hopes he’s here to stay. The recently re-acquired Habs’ defenceman was putting in a personal appearance at the Port Lewis Marina near Valleyfield, less than a week after signing a … Continue reading

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UNFINISHED BUSINESS FOR LARAQUE


Georges Laraque is eyeing a comeback in the NHL. “You never know, it could even be Montreal,” said the former Hab. “Gainey’s gone, Gauthier’s gone.” “It’s a matter of going to the right team. I have no idea where it … Continue reading

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CUNNEYWORTH’S FATE SEALED LONG AGO


“Although our main priority remains to win hockey games and to keep improving as a team, it is obvious that the ability for the head coach to express himself in both French and English will be a very important factor … Continue reading

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DYKHUIS: WHEN I THINK OF MICHEL THERRIEN, I THINK OF PASSION


Karl Dykhuis, who patrolled the blueline for the Montreal Canadiens when Michel Therrien was behind the Habs’ bench for the better part of three seasons, says Terrien was able to instill a sense of confidence on the team. “We enjoyed … Continue reading

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MY GUT TELLS ME THERRIEN WILL GET GIG WITH HABS


Let me make one thing perfectly clear. What I’m about to say comes from my gut. If you have any questions about what I’m about to say, then I ask that you direct all inquries directly to my gut. However, … Continue reading

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WAS HABS’ GM ASLEEP AT THE SWITCH?


Four weeks into the job as general manager of the Montreal Canadiens, everything was coming up roses for Marc Bergevin. Until today’s announcement that Bob Hartley had taken a the job as head coach of the Calgary Flames. If you … Continue reading

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