No more clothing or flags that includes Bleu Blanc Rouge we should cut it down to just blue et blanc and have that really cool looking maple leaf to go with it. Also remove any post 1963 banners. just think of how classy we will look then.
when visiting fans come to the rink, remind them of how you are not worthy of their presence. Then kiss their feet and abruptly leave the rink so they can boo our players without any sort of disruption.
If this happens, maybe, just maybe, the habs fanbase wont be bashed by the much more knowledgeable hockey fans.
In the event of paying a lot of money for tickets to an NHL exhibition game, the only one you will get to see live the whole season, and your team is getting blown out refrain from having fun at the opposing team's expense. This is inhuman and no matter what reasons you may have for yelling loudly at the opposing team, you must sit quietly and enjoy the game, despite the score or else you are classless.
I was starting to get a bit of a complex until I saw this post...thanks for the support
Fans of the habs outside of Canada go above and beyond to be a fan. Finding stations that play games or having providers that can get you RDS.... having no friends around you who are also fans.... all that stuff about being a fan outside the teams area makes it so much harder to me a fan but makes being a fan so much more worthwhile.
Show those hams in San Diego who the best hockey team of all time is!
When possible after having your company pay for your expensive tickets, please make sure NOT to pay attention to the game. Take out your cellphone/blackberry and make sure you engage in the most useless conversation you can think of, making sure all the fans in higher seats hear what you are saying. After all, who wants to watch hockey when they can hear awesome stories while enjoying the comfort of an airconditioned large room.