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  1. What happened to the Canadiens Our History site that was part of this one? I know it's still out there because I was able to find it on Google. Why is it no longer part of the Canadiens official website? You would think they would try to keep it going long after the 100th Anniversary ended. You'd figure they would want to keep it up so current and future players could be listed as part of the long Canadiens history, and for future generations of fans could enjoy it. I wish they would put back on this site an upgraded team history.
  2. I had a dream so unbelievable dream last night. It was such a vivid and great dream that I just had to put this into writing as soon as I woke up. I've never written about a dream before in my entire life but it was so special to me that I did not want to let go of it without putting it down. My dream was that Bobby Hull came out of retirement at his present age to lead the Hartford Whalers (the last team Hull played for) in a Stanley Cup playoff team. And he brought so much energy that the Montreal Bell Centre was rocking. He was all over the place. I know this one is not possible on hockey skates, but he actually went up along the side boards and glass like a skateboarder or snow surfboarder might do making a jump. He went straight up and back down with his skates on the boards with his side facing towards the ice up and down but he did it on skates. The Canadiens would win the game, but Hull would have two goals in dominating fashion with the last one being a blistering slapshot like Hull was known for. Hull brought down the house and everybody was cheering for him. And afterward, a female reporter asked me to have some comments about Hull's performance, and I said this was the greatest moment I've ever witnessed (Hull coming out of retirement at his present age to accomplish this feat). And the Whalers players appreciated it, especially Hull, who thanked me. Remember, this was a dream so the events are not during the time frame that Hull played for the Whalers. It was just one of those great spontaneous things. I've included everything I remember from my dream and it's starting to fade now. I hope everybody enjoys this story. ----------------------------------- This is not part of the dream, but a very happy moment in my life. I got to meet Hull twice, the second time with his brother Dennis, I have yet to meet Brett. The first time, he came to Flint, Michigan-my home area. I'm at Marshall University in Huntington, WV now. But I will never forget my meeting Hull. I asked him about what it was like winning the Stanley Cup in 1961 and ending the Canadiens dynasty from 1956-1960. He took his Stanley Cup ring and put it up to my face and said to me, "you see this ... this is what we play for." Definitely memorable. The second time took place in Birch Run, just north of Flint. The sports collector store I met him at in Flint had moved up there, and Hull came back a second time, with Dennis this time. I got to ask Bobby about playing against Rocket Richard. He told me that Richard was "a tough ..." But it was what happened after the event that I will never forget. Bobby and I got to talking and he started asking me about me. I don't really know why, but just him wanting to get to know a bit more was quite an honor. I don't talk too much about this but it was very special for me. I got an autographed puck by both Bobby and Dennis on my second time. I got an autographed photo from Bobby the first time.
  3. Our Pug Moe-Moe, gone but not forgotten. Go Habs Go!
  4. Bonjour, je partages avec vous mon fond d'écran du Canadiens, vous pouvez le télécharger et l'utiliser. Bonne saison 2015.

    © Eric Robichaud

  5. Hi! my name is Martín and I'm the southernmost Habs fan! // Salut! je m'appelle Martín et je suis la plus méridionale partisan des Canadiens! GO HABS GO!! STANLEY CUP 2014 WILL BE OURS!!
  6. Game #24 Canadiens @ Hurricanes Mar 7th, 2013 @ 7pm EST RDS, TSN-HABS While the Carolina Hurricanes and Montreal Canadiens finished at the bottom of their respective divisions last season, both find themselves in first with the midway point approaching. The Southeast-leading Hurricanes look to win five straight for the first time in three years Thursday night as they host the Canadiens, who try to bounce back from their first regulation loss in almost a month. Though Carolina (13-8-1) suffered a big blow when Cam Ward sprained his MCL during Sunday's 3-2 win at Florida, Justin Peters - in his season debut - stepped up to make 37 saves in Tuesday's 4-3 victory over Buffalo. Peters, recalled from Charlotte a day earlier, could play a key role going forward as the backup to Dan Ellis with Ward expected to miss six to eight weeks. "Every day in the NHL is awesome," said Peters, who was 22-12-1 with a 2.29 goals-against average and two shutouts in the AHL. "You watch Cam Ward play and he's so calm and cool back there, I just try and learn from guys like him watching them on TV. His demeanor back there really feeds a lot to the bench." Alexander Semin had a goal and two assists Tuesday while captain Eric Staal had a season-high three assists for the Hurricanes, who haven't won five in a row since a seven-game run Feb. 5-March 4, 2010. Staal leads the team with 28 points, nine of which have come during the current four-game win streak. Carolina is 13-3-1 when Staal records at least one point compared to 0-5-0 when he doesn't. He has eight goals and eight assists in 10 home games. "Eric's made a huge commitment to playing the game the right way without the puck," coach Kirk Muller told the team's official website. "I think he has a lot of pride in that. He's gone from a bit of an offensive guy to a two-way centerman. It's been a big part of our group having success." Staal, though, is pointless in four of his last five matchups with Montreal (14-5-4), including a 3-0 road loss Feb. 18 as the Hurricanes had a season-low 19 shots. The Eastern Conference-leading Canadiens had strung together an 8-0-3 run before a 6-3 road loss to the New York Islanders on Tuesday. Michael Ryder tallied a career high-tying three assists for the second time in five games, but Carey Price stopped just 18 of 23 shots. "We can't win them all, and we just went 11 games without losing in regulation," coach Michel Therrien told the team's official website. "The guys played with intensity, they worked hard, the results just didn't work out for us." It was the first regulation defeat since Feb. 9 and just the second on the road all season for the Canadiens, who led 1-0 after 20 minutes but allowed three goals in each of the last two periods. "We tried to put the puck on the net as much as we could, but we didn't always get the bounces and that just happens sometimes," said Tomas Plekanec, who scored for a second straight game and has a team-high 10 goals. "It's never a good feeling when you lose a game, whether it's at the end of a streak or not. A loss is a loss." Plekanec has 13 points in the last nine meetings with Carolina as the Canadiens have gone 6-2-1. Price has seen his GAA rise to 2.35 after allowing 12 goals over two starts this month. Despite Tuesday's effort, Price is 5-1-1 with a 1.81 GAA over seven road contests. (WCH's GDT Record: 2-0-1) (Go Habs Go!)
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