Monday, August 17, 2009

In Case you missed it: Habs news and blogger views for Aug 17, 2009

empty_hockey_rink The rink may be empty for now, but there’s lots of hockey news abound

A nice little compilation of Canadiens related articles I picked up on from the day.

Dave Stubbs looks in detail at the late, Leaf great Teeder Kennedy’s early days as a Montreal Canadiens Prospect.

The article also has some reflections from Canadiens’ Hall of Fame center Elmer Lach, inducted into the Hall the same year as Kennedy in 1966.

Dennis Kane on how Bob Gainey’s playing days justify his restructuring of the Canadiens to create a winner.

A short note (and link) from Yves on Habs, sizing up the Canadiens.

Eric Engels looks back on some recent memorable moments from Canadiens players no longer on the payroll.

I think somebody  might be a tad bitter about Mike Komisarek leaving. Note the Dryden poem….Hmmmm on that note, I wonder what J.T’s thoughts were when Ken Dryden became Leafs President?

OHCanadiens thinks the Habs might still be shopping

Flying Frenchmen with predictions on the bottom seven of the Eastern Conference in 2009-10.

Habs Eyes on the Prize looks at Ten Things that Habs fans would like to see in 2009-10.

No comments: