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05-21-2013, 05:25 PM
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SouthernHab
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Originally Posted by Jmac1160 View Post
NO the point of the thread was the media being bias. Asking what happened to real journalism and wondering why the most storied franchise in the NHL gets less coverage than most eastern Canadian teams even AFTER winning the division. As a fan i like to hear other peoples opinion on the team including the media. Your self entitled attitude is hilarious. its why I read your posts. Everything is your way or no way..George Castanza
The modern day Canadiens being a "storied franchise" is not applicable.

Look at the teams who have won a Cup since our last Cup win.

The legendary Dallas Stars. The dynastic Tampa Bay Lightning. The hockey powerhouse Carolina Hurricanes. The Anaheim Ducks...

The Habs have done nothing since 1993.

Winning the division or making the playoffs may be a success to some fans of the Habs. In the real world, that does not count for much.

Its all about the Stanley Cup. Twenty years of futility. The media cannot be blamed for their coverage of the present day Montreal Canadiens.

Sucks but sometimes reality does also.

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