Over on the Bruins board (I know, I know) I do a daily post that basically just has the title "News Article" and the Date.
It is basically just a compilation of all the news stories of that day put together in one post for easy access and reading.
Habs10Habs came across this on the Bruins board and decided he wanted a similar style post for the Habs fans.
I agreed to post here, as well as the Bruins board.
Please note, everything I post are from Habs based websites. My opinion will never be included. I will post as unbiased as possible.
I am simply doing this out of respect for Habs10Habs, the posters here and out of respect for the Organization.
As many of you know, I have no issue with the Canadiens, and often times find myself supporting them.
That being said, I hope you welcome this as an opportunity to have access to many articles in one post, and a good place for discussion the daily events of the Habs.
I will post for now, but if at any time one of you want to take over, let me know, and we can discuss it.
Cheers all, I hope you enjoy these!
A bevy of injuries and a two-game suspension to defenseman Kris Letang will leave the Penguins short-handed again Thursday night, when they continue the NHL's busiest early season schedule against the visiting Montreal Canadiens.
The Montreal Canadiens have been held to one goal or fewer in their three regulation losses, but they should get a boost Thursday when they host the Pittsburgh Penguins with the expected return of Michael Cammalleri. The winger has missed Montreal's last three games with a leg laceration.
When the 1-3-1 Canadiens struggle out of the gate as they have, there's a century of history to sift through for comparisons that are ridiculous to make
But still . You've got to go back to 1938-39 to find a Canadiens club that went winless in three straight home games to begin a season.
That year, Montreal dropped its 3-2 opener to Chicago, fell 2-1 to the Maple Leafs four nights later, then was bombed 7-1 by Detroit a week after that.
And as Price keeps looking for his elusive 100th win, there's this little coincidence: long-ago Canadiens goaler Wilf Cude was also looking for his 100th victory back in 1938.
Martin is hoping his team can convert more of its scoring chances into goals, and that was the focus of Wednesday's practice in Brossard. The Canadiens worked on crashing the net for rebounds and screening the goaltender.
For the second time in three games, the Canadiens will face a team atop the NHL. But his one, the Penguins, is like the Canadiens — pretty banged up.
The teams face off on Thursday in Pittsburgh and the Pens are now in a four-way tie with Colorado, the Caps and the Stars with 10 points. They have the most goals in the league with 23, but they’ve surrendered 20. They’ve also played the most games, eight.
On a more serious note, this is a good idea and will be interesting. Thanks for doing it.
Originally Posted by LyricalLyricist
Very nice of you. Thank you.
Youre welcome, my pleasure.
Originally Posted by Habs 4 Life
You would look great in Bleu Blanc Rouge
Originally Posted by Moen in Glory
Surprisingly nobody complained about the young lady in that picture. Maybe she can do the same pose without the cup Without the jersey would be nice too.
Anyway, thanks a lot for doing this LoneWolf. I noticed your thread on B's board and thought it was a good and useful idea.
That is something I will NOT be doing, hahaha.
And just to clarify, I took the idea from Gee Wally, on the Bruins board. Credit where credit is due, this was his thread before I took over.
Last edited by Habsfan18: 10-20-2011 at 02:35 PM.