This is trickier than I thought. The idea was to introduce others to as many Habs blogs as I can find, but in getting into it, I see that some haven’t posted in months and others simply aren’t there anymore. Then there’s the odd one who’s moved to another site, and of course there are those that I’m not aware of.
But I’m going to try, about five at a time, every few days.
Geez, what have I gotten myself into.
All Habs is a real nice and professional site with a host of excellent writers and a variety of subjects dealing with recent games, PK Subban, the Quebec junior league, and lots more as you navigate throughout. Rick and the gang must be proud of what they have.
Four Habs Fans probably needs no introduction. They’re just really funny and bright guys putting a slightly vulgar and sexist slant to their fine and smart hockey thoughts, and I think they’re as creative as can be. Nuns and priests might not be crazy about this site, though. Or are they?
I wish I knew more about Go Habs although maybe I’ve been told but am losing my mind and simply don’t recall. It’s got everything in it, much like the official Canadiens.com site, but I have no idea who’s behind it. Regardless, it’s packed with great stuff.
I admire very much J.T. and her The H Does Not Stand For Habs site. She can be funny, serious, and poetic, and is extremely knowledgeable about the Canadiens. J.T. is really professional, always interesting, and you can tell she has a media background.
Robert L. has passed the torch to Kevin, which means Habs Eyes On The Prize remains in good hands and the overall theme of this great site, which is combining historical with the present, carries on in fine fashion. Kevin lives in Midland, which isn’t far from my hometown Orillia in central Ontario, which means he probably knows way too many Leaf fans.
To be continued……..