Tag Archives: Ottawa Senators

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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Fatherly advice for Tinordi


Mark Tinordi was a “tough, big, mean defenceman.”  Son, Jarred just wishes he had more of an opportunity to see him play, when he was younger. “I try to take some aspects of his game,” said Tinordi after the so-called … Continue reading

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HABS IN SIX


In Ottawa they’re linking Craig Anderson’s name to the Hart Trophy, but my money is on Carey Price to handle Ottawa’s pop-gun offence and lead the Canadiens past the Senators in six games. Maybe five. Some basic math for you: … Continue reading

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ANOTHER CHANCE FOR TROTTER TO IMPRESS


For every fresh-faced “Brendan Gallagher” at Habs’ camp, there’s a “Brock Trotter” looking to leave a lasting impression with management. Trotter is a 24-year old centre who has been around the block: first with the Hamilton Bulldogs for three seasons, … Continue reading

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ONE STEP FORWARD…


…two steps back? We’ll begin to get the answer to that question Saturday night, when the Boston Bruins come to town on a night when the Montreal Canadiens retire Patrick Roy’s jersey number 33. We’ve been down this road with … Continue reading

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HABS BACK TO THEIR LOSING WAYS


I’m guessing that Canadiens’ head coach Guy Carbonneau is not going to give his players a day off from the rink upon their arrival in Ottawa. That’s what Carbonneau did when the Habs arrived in Carolina Sunday night, ahead of … Continue reading

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