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  1. kinot-2

    Cooking tips

    Made beef soup last night. 9 Soup bones + 16 cans of beef broth, 4 Lbs. boneless beef, 1 bad of noodles, and other ingredients. It made 16 tubs of soup. 5 for me, 5 for daughter, and 6 for wife.
  2. Canadian women win Bronze in the 4 X 100 Medley. A Canadian record. BTW, Penny Oleksiak is now the most decorated woman in Canadian Olyimpics. WTG Penny.
  3. Tomatoe,,, tomawtoe,,,,,,,,,,,,,, they both have red in them.
  4. Just a friendly reminder, but the "red" colour is only used by the Mods and Admins. Trust me, I got reminded of that years ago.
  5. Kylie Masse takes SILVER in 400 M backstroke. 12 medals now.
  6. Ya, one to direct, and one to coach. See how simple that is?
  7. Canadiens Notebook: Habs hire Éric Raymond as goalie coach Montreal native was goalie coach under Dominique Ducharme with Halifax Mooseheads and also with Team Canada at world junior championship.
  8. From SN: Montreal Canadiens Notable moves • Signing David Savard to a four-year deal, $3.5 million AAV (full details) • Signing Mike Hoffman to a three-year deal, $3.5 million AAV (full details) • Signing Chris Wideman to a one-year deal, $750,000 AAV (full details) • Signing Cedric Paquette to a one-year deal, $950,000 AAV (full details) Savard isn’t a Shea Weber replacement but he’s cut from the same cloth. A bruising defender, capable of killing plays low in the defensive zone and getting in front of pucks, Savard ranked fourth among defencemen in blocked shots per game and 48th in blocked passes in the defensive zone. Savard struggled early with Tampa Bay last season but found his game and was a valuable contributor in their Cup run. It’s one thing to play well on the third pair of an elite team. Savard will have to do the same in a top-four role for this contract to be worth it for the Montreal Canadiens. From our Insiders: The volcanic activity of free agency opening can shift the ground underneath a franchise, and Wednesday’s eruption had seismic implications for the Canadiens. Read the full story. On the total opposite end of the spectrum, Hoffman joins the Canadiens to score goals. A left shot, Hoffman will likely be the trigger-man on the Canadiens powerplay with Weber out of the mix. A speedy winger, Hoffman can create offence with his speed and also from the perimeter in the offensive zone. Last season, 29.4 per cent of Hoffman’s shot attempts were one-timers, the ninth highest percentage among forwards. He scored eight goals on 60 one-timer attempts. Hoffman is not a well-rounded player -- if he’s scoring, you notice him in a big way. If he’s not scoring, he won’t affect the game in many other areas. That said, Montreal has plenty of forwards capable of playing a complete or straight-up checking game. The Canadiens need goals and Hoffman should provide them. Wideman, fresh off KHL defenceman of the year honours, will battle for a roster spot. Paquette also joins the Canadiens as a depth, checking centre. Montreal did its best to address the loss of Weber and its goal-scoring / powerplay issues. Hoffman should live up to his contract in goal-scoring alone while Savard will need to elevate his game against tougher competition. A couple of additional depth pieces and all-in-all, a decent opening day of free agency.
  9. Ya know, IMO, he was personally responsible foir winng 2 possibly 3 PO games.
  10. It's hard to keep up with these sexes/non-sexes/various sexes etc.
  11. Maybe we did, but maybe they're non-binery. 11 medals now GOLD in the women's 8 sculls with cox.
  12. Corey Perry signed a 2 year deal with TB.
  13. Charlie Lindgren signed a 2-way with the Blues.
  14. Montreal Canadiens sign Jean-Sebastien Dea to two-way contract. The contract will pay him $750,000 at the NHL level, with an AHL salary of $450,000. Dea is 27 years old and is listed at 5’11”, 168 pounds. He has spent time in the organizations of the Pittsburgh Penguins, New Jersey Devils, and Buffalo Sabres, and will provide the organization with some added depth up front. He has played 33 career NHL games, scoring five goals and adding two assists. This past season, he played one NHL game, going pointless. Most of his time this season was with the Rochester Americans of the AHL where he had six goals and nine assists in 15 games.
  15. Nick Foligno signs with the ruins.
  16. Bronze for the Canadian women double sculls.
  17. There should be a poll up to see if members agree with MB's draft choice or not. I, for one, agree with his choice. It's not like the kid will be playing for the Habs in the next 2 years or so. He could turn out to be a flop, or he could turn out to be very good.
  18. Dano signs with LA 6 years, didn't catch the cost.
  19. Reports are that Hamilton will sign with NJ for north of $ 60 mil. I "think" 7 years.
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