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07-29-2011, 11:41 AM
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Plus he married a Russian, pretty little rich Russians are very high maintenance...

Source: personal experience

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you two marrying each other?
I'm going to a wedding not getting married

On the marriage age thing... a friend of mine went to school and lived in Ottawa a few years.

He told me every 22-23 year old you'd meet was married already. Apparently young marriage is very common there. I'm wondering if anyone else can confirm this or if it was just an anomaly that my friend had met a lot of young married people

Sounds quite outrageous when you think about it. Even if you've been with the same girl since early high school imo you should wait until you're at least 25.

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If any of the players actually read this message board, wishing them congrats may make sense.
Wouldn't be surprised if Patches of all people did. He does have and use his twitter account. Plus young kids growing up now a days have the internet so it's going to become more and more common for professional athletes to use things like twitter.

I remember even Chris Higgins brother was an HF poster for a while in the habs section. Is it really that much of a stretch?


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07-29-2011, 11:56 AM
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I'm going to a wedding not getting married

On the marriage age thing... a friend of mine went to school and lived in Ottawa a few years.

He told me every 22-23 year old you'd meet was married already. Apparently young marriage is very common there. I'm wondering if anyone else can confirm this or if it was just an anomaly that my friend had met a lot of young married people

Sounds quite outrageous when you think about it. Even if you've been with the same girl since early high school imo you should wait until you're at least 25.
In Ottawa ? Probably an anomaly.

He married Max Afinogenov's sister.

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07-29-2011, 12:00 PM
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1-the divorce rate is down, the chances of their separation aren't all that high.
2-some research suggests that married men are less productive at sports.
I run into people who constantly insist that marriages don't last. These people generally have failed marriages themselves or their parents got divorced. They want to believe that it happens to everyone so it makes them feel better.

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07-29-2011, 12:18 PM
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Oh great, now our players are wasting their time getting married and going to weddings to get drunk and dance instead of training twice a day for our entertainment.

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07-29-2011, 12:37 PM
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Oh great, now our players are wasting their time getting married and going to weddings to get drunk and dance instead of training twice a day for our entertainment.
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07-29-2011, 12:38 PM
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Oh great, now our players are wasting their time getting married and going to weddings to get drunk and dance instead of training twice a day for our entertainment.
I wonder if any of them dared wearing Washington Nationals' hats?

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Pff, lars did it first.

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If he really had broken his neck, he wouldn't be able to handle all the lights and noise of a wedding.... I concur with Dr Recchi... EMBELLISHMENT!!!

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Long life and best of luck to the you and your wife Max!

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07-29-2011, 01:41 PM
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How many people show up for a 4pm workout the day after their wedding?? That's how @MaxPacioretty67 rolls!! #allbusiness

Jesus... That's one of the many reasons why I love Patches so much..

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I run into people who constantly insist that marriages don't last. These people generally have failed marriages themselves or their parents got divorced. They want to believe that it happens to everyone so it makes them feel better.
Actually, my parents have been married, happily for 42 years right now.

Some marriages last, but most of them don`t... and the ones that do, a good percentage of those are just barely holding on.

As for Max Pac, statistically speaking, between now and death, he has a greater chance of divorce than staying married ... being 22, rich and famous isn`t going to help his chances. The fact that he has good morals, and his parents are happily married, will improve his chances though.

Oh ya, congrats Max AGAIN... I actually posted a congrats earlier, however the post magically disappeared.... must be those server updates... I`ll send h10h a PM about that issue right now.

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Way to go Max, you snagged a beauty!

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07-29-2011, 03:33 PM
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I said the answer is no god damn you mod!!!

Seriously though I have to agree that it must be a really quiet summer day for us to be discussing this

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Actually, my parents have been married, happily for 42 years right now.

Some marriages last, but most of them don`t... and the ones that do, a good percentage of those are just barely holding on.

As for Max Pac, statistically speaking, between now and death, he has a greater chance of divorce than staying married ... being 22, rich and famous isn`t going to help his chances. The fact that he has good morals, and his parents are happily married, will improve his chances though.

Oh ya, congrats Max AGAIN... I actually posted a congrats earlier, however the post magically disappeared.... must be those server updates... I`ll send h10h a PM about that issue right now.
Can't be true, everyone knows stereotypes are always true

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I heard that Zdeno Chara was there
Yeah, he was waiting to clobber Max at the end of the ceremony but Max dodged him this time cause there was no stanchion anywhere to be found...

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07-29-2011, 04:05 PM
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Oh great, now our players are wasting their time getting married and going to weddings to get drunk and dance instead of training twice a day for our entertainment.
Good one Habitats...!

I love Max the Hab. I am really really not comfortable looking at his personal life, at all. I just don't care also, as long he's happy and healthy and scoring goals.

Guess what? I don't want anyone looking at my personal life also.

In the Seventies we knew NOTHING about Habs off the Forum Ice, and you know what? We liked it that way. But then Montreal had class then.

We used to see Jacques Lemaire at our local Italian resto all the time, and nobody, I mean nobody, talked to him. Ever. Including children. Not one autograph in that resto in 3 years. We left him alone, he left us alone, and then we loved him at the Forum. That is the way.

Further: I find anyone over 8 years old asking for an autograph, anywhere, including the Bell, incredibly cringing. Creeeeeepy!

I don't really like this whole thread, I don't think we should be doing this.

I don't want to know about Max's personal life. I have zero interest, and I find it creepy that anybody does.

Very creepy. And I bet big time the players don't like this sort of attention, and I think it affects the way they live here, watched, all the time. Approached by adult strangers, in public, people who do not even know them. EWWWW. Gross. Sorry, but true. Think about that the next time you hang around the Bell garage and talk to players that you are not friends with, and have no business relationship with.

Would you talk to people you did not know on the street this way? It's creepy, and gross. End of.

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07-29-2011, 04:14 PM
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Good one Habitats...!

I love Max the Hab. I am really really not comfortable looking at his personal life, at all. I just don't care also, as long he's happy and healthy and scoring goals.

Guess what? I don't want anyone looking at my personal life also.

In the Seventies we knew NOTHING about Habs off the Forum Ice, and you know what? We liked it that way. But then Montreal had class then.

We used to see Jacques Lemaire at our local Italian resto all the time, and nobody, I mean nobody, talked to him. Ever. Including children. Not one autograph in that resto in 3 years. We left him alone, he left us alone, and then we loved him at the Forum. That is the way.

Further: I find anyone over 8 years old asking for an autograph, anywhere, including the Bell, incredibly cringing. Creeeeeepy!

I don't really like this whole thread, I don't think we should be doing this.

I don't want to know about Max's personal life. I have zero interest, and I find it creepy that anybody does.

Very creepy. And I bet big time the players don't like this sort of attention, and I think it affects the way they live here, watched, all the time. Approached by adult strangers, in public, people who do not even know them. EWWWW. Gross. Sorry, but true. Think about that the next time you hang around the Bell garage and talk to players that you are not friends with, and have no business relationship with.

Would you talk to people you did not know on the street this way? It's creepy, and gross. End of.
That's the price to pay to become a public figure.

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07-29-2011, 04:20 PM
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I don't see why anybody would get married anymore. The laws are against you.
If 50% of marriages end in divorce, the other 50% end in death

think about it :/ , its lose-lose!

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If 50% of marriages end in divorce, the other 50% end in death

think about it :/ , its lose-lose!
divorce rates have actually dropped alot since the 90s

the real problem here is death though...recent stats show 100% of men that were nagged all their life by their wife had gone on to die..........

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divorce rates have actually dropped alot since the 90s

the real problem here is death though...recent stats show 100% of men that were nagged all their life by their wife had gone on to die..........
I think marriage rates have as well, but w/e.

Off topic people, if it's not about max, take it to the lounge.

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That's the price to pay to become a public figure.
Wrong. You are so wrong. He is not a 'public figure'. He is famous. There is a difference, and you and many others in Montreal and elsewhere these days don't get it.

Max is not Steven Harper, who is a public figure, and must face questions from a public that pays taxes to his hopefully responsible government.

You have no right to bother Max in any way in public, any more than you have the right to bother me. He is a player on the PRIVATE Le Club de Hockey Canadien. Nothing gives any of us the right to approach Max in public and say "Hey Max buuddy!" EWWW. Sorry. It's gross if you're over 8 years old.

He plays for Le Club de Hockey Canadien, and that club existed before fans existed. It's a hockey club. And guess what, the players would still play without us, for 100 bucks a year. That's what they do, just as I design buildings, and you work for a bank, or whatever. Your life and my life is private, and Max's life should be too.

Respect boundaries. Everybody just simply forgot this around 1995 I think. Facebook I bet. Nasty little thing. Horrible and intrusive.

Max plays hockey, that's all, and he should not be bothered by creepy adults and media re his personal life, ever. He is not a public figure. he is famous. Learn the difference.

Mediocre fame seeking actors and singers love public intrusion, because they were not born to act or sing. They entered into this activity because they desire fame and attention. I think that these are the Nulles you meant in your post, as 'public' figures. They have no talent, and deserve intrusion because of it. They are liars.

Good actors and singers do not give a sh-it for attention, because acting and singing is what they do. And nor do NHL hockey players, because no one can be a fake in the NHL.

This is why I find discussion of players off the Ice creepy, and I stand by this opinion and feeling.

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These guys are on Twitter themselves posting about their lives. If they wanted to be more private they could.

It was absolutely shameful when a photographer went into Koivu's hospital room and took a picture of him without permission though.

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Let's sign his brother-in-law. We could use an enigmatic Russian right-winger. It's been a while.

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Wrong. You are so wrong. He is not a 'public figure'. He is famous. There is a difference, and you and many others in Montreal and elsewhere these days don't get it.

Max is not Steven Harper, who is a public figure, and must face questions from a public that pays taxes to his hopefully responsible government.

You have no right to bother Max in any way in public, any more than you have the right to bother me. He is a player on the PRIVATE Le Club de Hockey Canadien. Nothing gives any of us the right to approach Max in public and say "Hey Max buuddy!" EWWW. Sorry. It's gross if you're over 8 years old.

He plays for Le Club de Hockey Canadien, and that club existed before fans existed. It's a hockey club. And guess what, the players would still play without us, for 100 bucks a year. That's what they do, just as I design buildings, and you work for a bank, or whatever. Your life and my life is private, and Max's life should be too.

Respect boundaries. Everybody just simply forgot this around 1995 I think. Facebook I bet. Nasty little thing. Horrible and intrusive.

Max plays hockey, that's all, and he should not be bothered by creepy adults and media re his personal life, ever. He is not a public figure. he is famous. Learn the difference.

Mediocre fame seeking actors and singers love public intrusion, because they were not born to act or sing. They entered into this activity because they desire fame and attention. I think that these are the Nulles you meant in your post, as 'public' figures. They have no talent, and deserve intrusion because of it. They are liars.

Good actors and singers do not give a sh-it for attention, because acting and singing is what they do. And nor do NHL hockey players, because no one can be a fake in the NHL.

This is why I find discussion of players off the Ice creepy, and I stand by this opinion and feeling.
Fine. That's the price to pay to be famous.

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I think she married Max for the money. How much do she make? Not alot I'm guessing. Max make alot of money and play alot of games in NHL. Yea I think it all about the money. You never know maybe she think Max is good looking and married him.

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