Remember 2006-2007 and Habs needed a win in the last game of the season to make the playoff and were something like 5-3 in the game (Ryder had a hat trick) and Toronto won the game to eliminate us. Also, in 2008-2009 were Grabovski injuried Markov for the playoff also in the last game of the season, well Habs need to be the team that eliminate them of the playoff.
i remenber that game
we lost 2 top 4 defensemen for us at the time in the same game
ps-that game wasn't the last game of the season i believe it was the 4th of april and the season ended a week later
There's a swtich again. The habs are playing like the leafs of past years, even worse actually. And the leafs look like they might slip into the playoffs for the first time since pre lockout.
These two teams just never seem to be on an even and competitive level unless you go back to 1993. The only recent time where the teams seemed even since then was in 2007 but both teams sucked that year.
Each one bashes the Habs, but in different ways. I guess some people would rather their team be bashed in French. Kidding, kidding. But seriously, I'm wondering if I'll be able to handle the hating on CBC since they have so much ammunition. Also the commentating will be out of this world bad. Honestly I think Houde and Denis do an excellent job of being informative and objective. The sound of Glen Healey. Nightmares. I hope Eller gets another trick. Then he can tell us how he likes dem apples...in a danish.
Wondering why it says Toronto is 9th in PIM with 488min and montreal is 8th iwth 481? Is it ordered by the least PIM. I always thought it was the team with the most at the top.
I've always wondered why for certain players, one of their positive attributes is the number of PIMs they have when it's not an indication that they fight/stick up for teammates. In rare cases it is, but in many, it just means...bad penalties. Am I missing something?
From 1993 to 1995, he was the Assistant general manager for the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim. He left this position in 1995 to become the third general manager of the Ottawa Senators, signing a five-year contract. His time with Ottawa coincided with a turnaround in the team's fortunes. After the 1997–98 season he left his contract early, citing family issues, saying he would take time off to explore life away from hockey. Seventeen days later he was re-hired by the Ducks where he served as president and general manager. He was sacked in 2002 after Anaheim missed the playoffs for three consecutive seasons.