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02-25-2013, 10:17 PM
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Leclaire retired, no?

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Did not know this! Thank you!

What about for the minors though? Any input from anyone?

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http://www.quanthockey.com/nhl/provi...-12-stats.html

This site is pretty good I think.

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What's your goal? Intentionally forgetting Desharnais?

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02-26-2013, 07:59 AM
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What's your goal? Intentionally forgetting Desharnais?
Desharnais is short, maybe he....... overlooked him

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Benoit Pouliot ?

nah
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I'm starting to lean towards the microsoft surface...

usb port + work with icloud + you can save directly on the tablet...

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02-26-2013, 02:21 PM
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Does anyone know where i could find and purchase one of these?



Only place I could find one was on the chinese jersey websites

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What's your goal? Intentionally forgetting Desharnais?
He's there 6th from bottom.

My goal lol, honestly I wanted to make the ultimate French Montreal team on NHL 13.
All french players on the Canadiens and the AHL team.
Draft all french players and build the la Resistance ahahah.

Yeah I was bored but I thought of building the ultimate french team would be fun.
Bring in Letang, Huberdeau, Luongo or Fluery etc.

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I'm having a hard time finding this list online besides the main few big names. So I wanted help to make one with all active hockey players.

Goalies:
Luongo
Fluery
Brodeur
Leclaire
Biron
Deslauriers
Theodore
Garon
Giguere
Bernier
Crawford
Poulin
Danis

Defense:
Bergeron
Letang
Beauchemin
Eduoard-Vlasic
Gervais
Demers
Scandella
Savard
Despres

Forwards:
Cedric-Labrie
St. Louis
Lecavalier
Tanguay
Brier
Gagne
Riberio
Pominville
Bergeron
Statsny
Belanger
Dupuis
Vermette
Bouchard
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Perron
Bernier
Brassard
Talbot
Parenteau
Latendresse
Laperierre
Begin
Descharnais
Mitchell
Perreault
Bourque
Huberdeau
Bolduc

Who am I missing???
feel free to mention players in the minors and also top prospects and ill make a section for that too.
Descharnais LOL!

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02-27-2013, 04:55 AM
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This will get you all the Quebecers who have played a game in the NHL this year

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Netflix

Anyone using Netflix in Canada but connecting to Netflix usa?
If so whats the easiest way to setup? best VPN service? Is it a waaaaaay better lineup of movies and TV shows or is Netflix Canada catching up? Thanks and Go Habs Go !!!!!

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Anyone using Netflix in Canada but connecting to Netflix usa?
If so whats the easiest way to setup? best VPN service? Is it a waaaaaay better lineup of movies and TV shows or is Netflix Canada catching up? Thanks and Go Habs Go !!!!!
if you are using anything but a PC you can use the dns from playmo.tv it's free and works like a charm

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WTH happened to boulevard St-Laurent this winter ?

The place is dead

I live 2 blocks from the main, so winter is not the reason

Usually most bars are open even on Tuesdays during winter

But now try to find a palce to have drink after work

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I don't want to advertise but I want to share something with y'all! I'm a filmmaker by profession and my latest feature film just went up on its own page on facebook. We're anticipating screenings in the coming months!

We shot it in and around Montreal in the summer of 2012!

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Hey guys, here's a message I wrote in the Lounge thread of the main board, but I'd like to try it here and see what else you could add to it....Thanks for the answers!

Hi to everybody,

I'm from the Montreal area and is just looking for a nice destination for our vacations that will take place between August 11th to 24th. Here are what I'm looking for:

1 - Warmest beaches possible (I understand that you go south and it's all great, but you'll see my other point that is coming....I am from Montreal and not willing to go THAT far.
2- Nothing more than a 12-hour ride (Which then exclude Florida but what else is out there???)
3- Great destination for a young family (Kids are 3 and 6, so aside from the beach, what else can we do with kids of that age)
4- Nice setting (With a Wow factor, something really nice and beautiful where you really feel that you've been to a special place. I know that everybody has an opinion but if most have the same, it has to be counted for something)
5- Chepeast accomodation possible (Probably a condo or something like that, an accomodation with a small kitchen with the idea of cookking our own stuff instead of going to the resto every day, especially if we stay 2 weeks.
6- Lastly.....what should I be avoiding (Whether it's because it's too busy, not exactly tourist oriented, cold weather and beaches and so on. I keep hearing how Ogunquit is really beautiful but you can't never swim in those incredible beaches as it's awfully cold all the time etc.)

I know it's a lot and I know that it's getting late as far as accomodations and everything so I would appreciate everything people can bring to the discussion.

Thanks in advance!

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03-04-2013, 02:38 PM
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Food / Groceries ?

Lived in Montreal whole life, have no idea where to buy good groceries.

anything similar to Farmboy in Ontario? Looking for all suggestions for great fresh/healthy good... alternative grocery stores... East end preferred, and not with ridiculous markups

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Jean Talon market in the summer..

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What's wrong with regular food stores? I've never had a problem with IGA.

There's also organic food store on east end. Tau I believe. If that's your thing.

And obviously summer markets are a good choice too.

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Lived in Montreal whole life, have no idea where to buy good groceries.

anything similar to Farmboy in Ontario? Looking for all suggestions for great fresh/healthy good... alternative grocery stores... East end preferred, and not with ridiculous markups

Thanks
Love Farmboy, talked to a buddy about starting Farmboy franchises in Quebec, there food is awesome! I just dont know what we would call it in Quebec "gars de la ferme"???

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What's wrong with regular food stores? I've never had a problem with IGA.

There's also organic food store on east end. Tau I believe. If that's your thing.

And obviously summer markets are a good choice too.
IGA carries everything bulk, not much made in house, everything is filled with salt and by products. You pay a little more at Farmboy but its well worth it.

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anything similar to Farmboy in Ontario? Looking for all suggestions for great fresh/healthy good... alternative grocery stores... East end preferred, and not with ridiculous markups

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People swear by PA, but I find it dirty. Check out Adonis if you have access to a car.

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IGA Seriously?
double the price on everything... not worth it IMO except for a few items

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IGA Seriously?
double the price on everything... not worth it IMO except for a few items
Depends what you need to buy. One guy just said you pay a little more at farmboy. I've never went to farmboy so no idea.

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