Category Archives: Montreal Canadiens
The Montreal Canadiens are in a tailspin. In their last 10 games they are 2-7-1. Kovalev was told to stay home and now their is reports coming out saying there is many more problems.
With the recent news coming out of Montreal don’t be surprised if Alexei Kovalev is on his way out of town, here is a possible trade for Kovalev and others leading up to March 4. To Montreal:Rotislav Klesla and a 2nd rd pick. To Columbus:Alexei Kovalev To Flyers:Jay Bouwmeester To Florida:Joffrey Lupul,Scotty Upshall,1st rd pick. To Washington:Nik Antropov To Toronto:Karl Alzner,2nd rd pick. To Kings:Marian Gaborik To Wild:Alexander Frolov,1st & 3rd rd picks. To Boston:Pavel Kubina To Toronto:2nd rd pick To Chicago:Chris Pronger,Chris Kunitz To Anaheim:Dave Bolland,2nd rd pick. To Tampa:Jordan Staal,2nd rd pick To Pittsburgh:Martin St.Louis
When does a coach lose control of a team?
When does the team stop picking up what he is metaphorically putting down?
No matter how good a coach you have, if he cannot get a team on board. He has to go.
After a dozen or so games, if the Habs keep playing this way, there won’t be a 25th cup in Montreal this year.
After signing Laraques, everyone thought the Habs would be a tough team to play against, well I guess not. No one is hitting, no one battles for the puck. Montreal has been a lazy team only relying on their talent. I am starting to think that there are too many so called talented players on this team and not enough grinders. It’s great to have skilled players, but if nobody wants to go into the corners and get the puck, you won’t have much sucess.