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  1. Ahhh, one thing I like aswell is:

    King Crimson

    especially this tune:

    21st Century Schizoid Man


    And here some other tunes I really like:

    Herbie Hancock's Chameleon

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfpLIj5QWm4 First part

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yGSJNnF6lI...feature=related Second part

    Pink Floyd's Echoes

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6iwrBlb1Bo First part

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eYZMPfOmBB8...feature=related Second part

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Db6SiMdLwFo...feature=related Third part

    Marc Moulin's Stomp


    Focus' Hocus Pocus


    And then my 2 favourite bands:


    Too young to die

    Just Another Story http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eS8V2bIaeio

    Stillness in Time

    The Kids

    Soul Education


    Always There & Nights over Egypt live

    Talkin' Loud live

    Rivers runnin' black http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPHxYMbwrXI

    1975 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4oyeZhQRuQ

    Life ain't nothing but a good thing http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1fiAVVo87a4

    Oooooo, and not to forget the master of disaster himself:

    Frank Zappa

    The Grand Wazoo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jsw9V2WjITI First part

    The Grand Wazoo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lo6_YENSHwE...feature=related Second part

    Montana live http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJN_uWaVRfo

    Zomby Woof http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCQdplsl99E

    I'm the Slime live http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1k8GKXlDEo

    Bobby Brown http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gGbsAkYnfw

    Peaches en Regalia http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaKPqSNYknI

    Agreed it's all good.

  2. Not bad stuff there....and yep,thats far back grassroots alright.....nothing wrong with that.

    I have some cd's with some old stuff fromm B.B. King,Etta James,Buddy Guy,Junior Wells,Sippie Wallace,Albert King,Hubbert Sumlin,.....to name a few.

    I enjoy all ages of the blues.

    B.B.King ( along with Lucille ) my all-time fav....had the privilege to see him twice.....never will forget his performances.

    Yea I've seen most of them, at least twice.

  3. Other all-time favorites of mine include;

    Jim Morrison & The Doors

    Jimmie Hendrix

    The Band

    Lynyrd Skynyrd


    Stevie Ray Vaughan

    The Grateful Dead

    Tragically Hip... I really treasure my classic rock & roll collection.Also, i am a big fan of the BLUES.

    :P You lost me after the first two bands . :P

    It depends on the mood I'm in. Can range from


    The Who

    Jethro Tull

    Pink Floyd

    Deep Purple



    Judas Priest

    David Wilcox

    Aerosmith ( old stuff only )

    Max Webster ( Kim Mitchell's band )

    April Wine

    ...........there's more but

    Children Of Bodom

    The Jimi Hendrix Experience



    Pink Floyd

    Mötley Crüe

    Pearl Jam



    Bad Religion

    Iron Maiden

    Led Zeppelin

    Black Sabbath




    Guns N' Roses

    Judas Priest

    The Sex Pistols

    The Misfits

    Killswitch Engage


    Rage Against The Machine

    Red Hot Chili Peppers



    ZZ Top

    The Ramones

    White Zombie

    The Doors

    Pretty much easier to pick music I don't appreciate.

  4. honestly a lot of this season rides on the conditioning of BP.. I think he started the struggle at the end last season because he didnt have enough left in the tank.. I HOPE, he is working hard this offseason..

    Agreed he needs to bring it all this season, this is where he's wanted to play all his life,what can possibly be better for a French-Canadian hockey player.

  5. I remember Auld playing backup in Vancouver, can't remember what the #1 goalie's name but Auld actually was the better goalie. Naslund played great that season and Bertuzzi was suspended I believe. Anyways Alex Auld in my opinion stole a few games for the Canucks then he was traded to Florida.The 2005/06 season he played 67 games and won 33 and he was the backup for Dan Cloutier who should never have been a #1 in my recollection.

  6. #57 Benoit Pouliot


    BioStatsVideoDraft Class


    “My strengths are my shot and my skating and I know I’m capable of bringing that offensive element to the table,” continued the Alfred, ON native. “It was maybe another story in the playoffs, but I think I started to show that a bit in the regular season. This year was a great learning experience for me.” Canadiens.com, June 6 2010

    I really think Benoit is going to be a great player for the Habs, he's had a half season so far with his linemates and the Habs. The meager time he played in Minny probably hindered his development, given the preseason and a full year with Gionta and Gomez he should flourish.His two=way game will improve as no player can count on offense for a career these days,there is just too many talented players willing to give that extra bit for a job.

  7. I think I agree that Pouliot is a big part of this team's possible success this year; in equal part with AK46.

    Look at our two top lines, we have two pairs of productive forwards (Gomez & Gionta, Cammalleri & Plekanec), and two very unproductive forwards (Pouliot and Kostitsyn).

    Imagine if Pouliot and chipped in 25 or so goals. Gomez would likely have 10-15, Gionta 25-30. Imagine if Gomez and Pouliot could elevate. That would be one scary line. Looking at the other line, Imagine if Kostitsyn threw his size around and didn't fall into a stone cold slump for 40 games. Another very threatening line.

    I can see your point and most definitely the GM and Coaches see it, their have been moves made to take care if these problems continue. Eller ,Avtsin, Palushaj, Engqvist and Leblanc have all joined in the hunt for one of these jobs, so they better be ready to go because someone will be breathing down their necks to take their place not like other years.

  8. The board wouldnt let me do an edit. Dont forget that SEL and other Euro leagues are for veterans. This is a mans game and for a youngster to make it, it takes some adapting and good patience.

    Thanks for your in depth on the difference in league play,etc very informative indeed. It's nice to read about it from an unbiased source with good knowledge of each league, thanks again.

  9. not this season. the Habs want him to play one more year in college, so Northeastern gets him for 2010-11 and they'll take him from there.

    i'm interested to see if NU puts him back on the wing or at center. He was playing center in the one exhibition game he played last year and I'm hoping that continues this season. they're a little thin at center and could use him on the 1st or 2nd line.

    I know the Habs have replenished the system with Centers, but to have Quailer with his size and speed coming up would be such a bonus. You can never have to many centers,that was Montreal's thing in the 60's and 70's and 50's for that matter.

  10. Great, thanks.

    What's the competition like? I could not be lazy and go look up stats at imports, but I am guessing the transition can be a painful one?

    It is very reassuring to hear that the NHL is a strong possibility. Competition from him and Eller to make one of Gomez/Plek un-needed and tradeable would be a huge asset.

    Don't get to carried away these guys have to earn a spot on the Habs first and there will be lots of competition for every position for the first time in what 17 years? Gomez and Plekanec have earned their positions and I don't expect anyone to usurp either one of the top center spots, unless one of them are injured.

  11. #57 Benoit Pouliot


    BioStatsVideoDraft Class


    “My strengths are my shot and my skating and I know I’m capable of bringing that offensive element to the table,” continued the Alfred, ON native. “It was maybe another story in the playoffs, but I think I started to show that a bit in the regular season. This year was a great learning experience for me.” Canadiens.com, June 6 2010

    Reading this quote just confirmed what I've seen and what I expect from Benoit. When he gains some weight and a little more speed the opposition is going to be facing a bigger threat from that line than last year.

  12. Mac Bennett will have a spot on the Wolverines defence as a freshman he will be competing with Jon Merrill from the USNTDP he was Jarred Tinordi's partner. Both are considered offensive defencemen, the competition between these players should have coach Red Berenson Happy as last season their defence was lacking a good pointman for the powerplay. The Wolverines should find themselves back in the running as one of the top teams again after being topped by Michigan State last season.

  13. After playing in the WJC this year on the first and second lines for Russia and playing well if not great. It appears Trunev remains unsigned at this point, I'm wondering if he will be at the July developement camp. This could be his chance to be truly evaluated by the Habs staff, it seems Avtsin will not be as he has signed on for another year with the newly formed OHK Moscow Dynamo of the KHL.

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