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Red Fisher Or Queen Elizabeth: Who Will Step Down First? January 13, 2008

Filed under: Montreal Canadiens — Dennis @ 2:21 pm
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Okay, a small setback in New York Saturday night ,  4-1 being the score for the Rangers, or the Hell’s Kitchenettes as I like to call them. But it’s okay to lose from time to time to keep everyone on edge and not get too complacent. This is the power of positive thinking.

But there has to be a big rebound Tuesday in Long Island. The boys were pretty listless. Why is that?

Carey Price let in 5 goals in Hamilton against the Rochester Americans on Saturday, so things weren’t good on this particular night on different levels. In fact, the only ray of sunshine in the whole thing was Dany Heatley separating his shoulder in Ottawa and will be out four to six weeks.

I’d have a lot more to say about all this if only Red Fisher would retire and hand the reigns over to me to cover the team at home and on the road. I feel like Prince Charles, waiting for mum to finally take the retirement package.

Coming shortly: THE NIGHT I DRANK BEER WITH AUREL JOLIET!

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One Response to “Red Fisher Or Queen Elizabeth: Who Will Step Down First?”

  1. rob Says:

    The Titanic had a little setback too while heading to New York.


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