Oh karma is great and here Alexei Emelin takes a big hit against the boards and he looks to be hurt, but most likely trying to draw a penalty.
Thursday, March 10, 2016
Wednesday, March 9, 2016
Saturday, February 27, 2016
Montreal's Max Pacioretty was showing the dirty side of his game vs the Leafs, as he first hits a player from behind, and then knees Leafs Kadri. What an idiot.
Tags: Max Pacioretty
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
How about the Montreal Canadiens players and club officials on the scene, not one person was aware of the incident until Monday. Not one person! Wow! And that statement (of no one knowing of the incident) is coming from Montreal's VP of communication, Donald Beaucham. So a baby needed CPR in the stands but not one person noticed? Did anyone call for an ambulance? What a great organization the Montreal Canadiens are, wow, what a bunch of a-holes.
From a montrealgazette.com article:
"At the end, the players took the time to throw pucks at their young fans," the child's mother, Valérie Meloche, wrote on Facebook.
"Unfortunately, one of the fans who caught a puck thrown by P.K. Subban was just a month old - and she caught it with her head."
The infant suffered a concussion, according to the mother, and there were reports the child received CPR on site. The child spent the night under observation at the Montreal Children's Hospital, but was released on Monday.
Although it is customary for Canadiens players to toss pucks and other souvenirs into the crowd after the annual Provigo practice, Canadiens players and club officials were unaware of the incident until Monday, according to Donald Beauchamp, the club's vice-president of communications.
"Nobody knew," said Beauchamp, who heard about it from media reports. "We found out this morning. I made P.K. aware of that. He had no idea."
What is even more sick is that this montrealgazette.com article tries to make a joke of this very serious incident. They wrote that the baby caught the puck with her head. Wow, what great journalism/reporting buddy, you are hilarious [obvious sarcasm].
Tags: P.K. Subban