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Bloggers Can Aim Higher Than Rory

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The internet hockey community has recently proven itself to be quite a united and powerful group in regards to the Rory Fitzpatrick story.The "Vote For Rory" story, an internet quest to send an NHL...

Carbonneau Brings Emotion

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(RC Note - This is from an acticle in the Montreal Gazette last Saturday, by Red Fisher. I tweaked it into the 3rd person for reading simplicity.)In early September, Canadiens owner George N....

Jean Beliveau Honoured

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In light of the news that Canadiens legend and Hockey Hall of Famer Jean Beliveau suffered a stroke, we dig into the EOTP archives to honour this great man.

O'Byrne - What Really Could Have Happened At the Whiskey Park Bar

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( Robert L Note: Don't take this post too seriously folks! It is loaded with mock sarcasm, mock anger, and a righteous plea for a notion of innocence until guilt is proven. It's a story of the use...

The Habs For Breakfast - 2008-02-24

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The Canadiens flat performance in light of a beautiful ceremony homouring Bob Gainey last night might explain why teams do not retire jerseys come playoff time.It reminds me of the line in the song...

Video: Bob Gainey Jersey Retirement

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In the Habs TV section of the Montreal Canadien's official site you can find amnu curios among the clips featured. Along with the weekly highlights and interviews, there are also the complete...

Habs For Breakfast: March 25, 2008

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Habs Hold On To Clinch Playoff Spot - Gazette"In the previous games, we worried too much about them and not enough about our own game," Koivu said. "Tonight, we played really well for the first two...

The Other Side Of Patrick Roy

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"There's two sides to every story", my father used to tell me, wisely, when I was younger. It is advice that you grow up and understand fairly quickly. People are compicated, and life is hard."...

Habs For Breakfast - A Little Vinegar In The Morning Coffee

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Lots of hot topics on the breakfast plate today - including one that always tastes like a pinch of vinegar in my coffee!Misconceptions about the Canadiens history get under my skin bigtime!A...

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