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07-29-2009, 08:15 PM
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Lorne Goldenberg Names Strength and Conditioning Coach

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Lorne Goldenberg, who worked with Jacques Martin in Ottawa and Florida, has succeeded Scott Livingston as the Canadiens' strength and conditioning coordinator.

If you don't think this is an important job, ask any player rehabbing an injury.

Here's Harani's sum-up:


Lorne Goldenberg will be the strength and conditioning coach for the Habs next season. He is the owner and president of The Athletic Conditioning Center, Strength Tek Fitness & Wellness Consultants which he founded in 1987 and Station Seven Reebok in Toronto. The guy's been a strength and conditioner coach in NHL since 1986 when he started with the St.Louis Blues. His other NHL stops include:

Windsor Spitfires (1988-1989)

Chicago Blackhawks (May ‘88-Aug. ‘91

Team Canada (August 1991)

Quebec Nordiques (Sep. ‘91-Oct. ’95)

Ottawa Senators (April ‘96-June ’97)

Florida Panthers (July 2004)


http://canadiens.nhl.com/team/app/?s...ticleid=457866

Maxime Lapierre quotes from article:

“I’m going to Ottawa for a month to train with Lorne Goldenberg, our new strength and conditioning coach,” explained Lapierre, who won’t be making the two and a half hour voyage solo. His good friend and fellow Habs forward, Guillaume Latendresse will be riding shotgun for the trek.

“Guillaume is coming with me and we’ve already rented an apartment there for the month. We’ll be working out hard and we’ll have someone helping us with our nutrition, just helping us in the final sprint heading into camp,” confided the 2008-09 Jacques Beauchamp award winner, given annually to the team’s unsung hero.

“At the start of last year, I didn’t really have a ton of confidence in myself and in my performance at the NHL level,” offered the Saint-Leonard native. “Over the course of the season, I found that confidence. This year, I’m going to start off strong, fully aware of what I’ve already accomplished as well as the challenges that still lie ahead for me.”


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Maybe Latendresse will come a bit faster to camp and a bit stronger!

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Gotta love the attitude of Lapierre. I can see Gui coming into camp looking a little stronger and leaner this year as well.

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Sounds like he has plenty of experience as a strength and conditioning coach, which is good.

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Sounds like he has plenty of experience as a strength and conditioning coach, which is good.
exactly what I'm thinking.

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I can think of a few other current players who should also tag along and make the trip...

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Seems like a suitable replacement.

Gainey really made sure Martin got his guys to surround him. It was probably key for him to take the coaching position.

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Hope all our players have the same mentality as Lappy and Lats.

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Seems like a suitable replacement.

Gainey really made sure Martin got his guys to surround him. It was probably key for him to take the coaching position.
i'm not sure how i feel about this. Martin got his guys, that's for sure, but what did they ever accomplish? Ottawa had a few good years but what about florida? Nothing much there.

Has me a bit concerned that he's just getting his buddies some jobs.

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Would have preferred Stéphane Dubé....but that's probably 'cause he's one of the few that I know that is doing that kind of job. But I know that tons of NHL'ers love the guy a whole lot though.

This guy doesn't seem like a bad candidate.

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Gonna be lots of post game interviews on Bikes after the game!!

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don't like the guys track record of last 4 years. I know its a small sample size and its not just trainers fault, but......



Man games lost to injury


05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09Proj. Totals Avg.
1 NYI 248 351 402 566 1567 392
2 Phil 388 301 315 406 1410 353
3 St. Louis 391 382 156 465 1394 349
4 Florida 268 196 400 315 1179 295
5 Boston 394 162 358 230 1144 286
6 Chicago 299 350 357 138 1144 286
7 Pittsburgh 308 216 280 303 1107 277
8 Carolina 265 249 333 224 1071 268
9 Colorado 201 292 325 240 1058 265
10 Toronto 249 336 275 182 1042 261
11 Wash 144 244 231 398 1017 254
12 Columbus 238 293 219 254 1004 251
13 Edmonton 134 286 340 241 1001 250
14 Vancouver 279 182 265 240 966 242
15 Buffalo 235 267 201 193 896 224
16 Los A 363 180 187 158 888 222
17 Dallas 94 296 186 300 876 219
18 Nashville 265 196 234 177 872 218
19 Detroit 214 239 194 143 790 198
20 Minnesota 129 194 207 241 771 193
21 Calgary 210 251 127 135 723 181
22 San Jose 123 159 200 202 684 171
23 Tampa 57 127 202 280 666 167
24 Phoenix 231 274 74 61 640 160
25 Atlanta 241 147 90 156 634 159
26 Montreal 147 146 109 199 601 150
27 NJ 77 136 181 200 594 149
28 Anaheim 128 102 158 195 583 146
29 NYR 126 217 146 50 539 135
30 Ottawa 131 82 148 105 466 117


I know its hard to read but the teams are ranked from worst to best and the last number means Florida has had an average of 295 Man games lost per season.


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i'm not sure how i feel about this. Martin got his guys, that's for sure, but what did they ever accomplish? Ottawa had a few good years but what about florida? Nothing much there.

Has me a bit concerned that he's just getting his buddies some jobs.
That wouldn't be too smart because he'll need them to keep his own job, he must believe they can do the job appropriately.

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Should be in good shape.

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Should be in good shape.
I just got this vision of our players doing sprints to the Goldberg theme music. Anyone who screws up gets a jackknife powerbomb.


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Should be in good shape.



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I just got this vision of our players doing sprints to the Goldberg theme music. Anyone who screws up gets a jackknife powerbomb.

I think you mean anyone who screws up gets a jackhammer

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I think you mean anyone who screws up gets a jackhammer
Yes, that's what I meant.

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I just got this vision of our players doing sprints to the Goldberg theme music. Anyone who screws up gets a jackknife powerbomb.
Remember during the Gainey jersey retirement night? The camera was following him walking backstage till he reached the rink. Man I was thinking of how the Goldberg theme would have been so awesome at that moment.

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Remember during the Gainey jersey retirement night? The camera was following him walking backstage till he reached the rink. Man I was thinking of how the Goldberg theme would have been so awesome at that moment.
Oh man, that reminds me.

I remember some guy on the radio who was speculating about what would happen on Gainey retirement night.

He said that it's possible Gainey could stare at the crowd, point to the dressing room area..and out comes Marian Hossa in full gear with the spotlight all over him.

I laughed for a good 5 minutes after hearing that.

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I knew there was something suspiscious about this Goldenberg guy...

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Oh man, that reminds me.

I remember some guy on the radio who was speculating about what would happen on Gainey retirement night.

He said that it's possible Gainey could stare at the crowd, point to the dressing room area..and out comes Marian Hossa in full gear with the spotlight all over him.

I laughed for a good 5 minutes after hearing that.
Then they'd show the awesome Hossa gif on the jumbotron

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Maybe Latendresse will come a bit faster to camp and a bit stronger!
this made me LOL

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Lorne Goldenberg, who worked with Jacques Martin in Ottawa and Florida, has succeeded Scott Livingston as the Canadiens' strength and conditioning coordinator.

If you don't think this is an important job, ask any player rehabbing an injury.

Here's Harani's sum-up:


Lorne Goldenberg will be the strength and conditioning coach for the Habs next season. He is the owner and president of The Athletic Conditioning Center, Strength Tek Fitness & Wellness Consultants which he founded in 1987 and Station Seven Reebok in Toronto. The guy's been a strength and conditioner coach in NHL since 1986 when he started with the St.Louis Blues. His other NHL stops include:

Windsor Spitfires (1988-1989)

Chicago Blackhawks (May ‘88-Aug. ‘91

Team Canada (August 1991)

Quebec Nordiques (Sep. ‘91-Oct. ’95)

Ottawa Senators (April ‘96-June ’97)

Florida Panthers (July 2004)


http://canadiens.nhl.com/team/app/?s...ticleid=457866

Maxime Lapierre quotes from article:

“I’m going to Ottawa for a month to train with Lorne Goldenberg, our new strength and conditioning coach,” explained Lapierre, who won’t be making the two and a half hour voyage solo. His good friend and fellow Habs forward, Guillaume Latendresse will be riding shotgun for the trek.

“Guillaume is coming with me and we’ve already rented an apartment there for the month. We’ll be working out hard and we’ll have someone helping us with our nutrition, just helping us in the final sprint heading into camp,” confided the 2008-09 Jacques Beauchamp award winner, given annually to the team’s unsung hero.

“At the start of last year, I didn’t really have a ton of confidence in myself and in my performance at the NHL level,” offered the Saint-Leonard native. “Over the course of the season, I found that confidence. This year, I’m going to start off strong, fully aware of what I’ve already accomplished as well as the challenges that still lie ahead for me.”
that article doesn't make sense. ottawa is no more than 90 minutes max from montreal

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that article doesn't make sense. ottawa is no more than 90 minutes max from montreal
i was thinking the same thing... that and like.. the windsor spitfires have such an amazing history in the nhl.. theyre the best team ever!

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