Could it be that this thing has now turned funny? The Canadiens fourth loss in a row, a loosey-goosey 5-4 clown show to the lowly Ottawa Senators, a team so far down in the standings you can see the earth’s core. It’s gone way beyond sad or bad. It great fun. A riot. Like Bob Hope, Robin Williams and Milton Berle all wrapped up in a big stinkin barrel of yuk yuks.
Teetering on the brink of not making the playoffs?… Hilarious!
Carey Price playing like the back-up goalie for the Washago Whatdoyoucallits?… Please stop, my sides are aching!!
Two guys are sitting around and one says to the other,”Hey, did you hear about the Montreal Canadiens?” And the other guy says, “What, they lose again?” Bada bin, bada boom.
It’d be great if they lose some more. It’s soooo funny! Har dee har har.
Toronto’s in town Saturday to play the Habs. How funny is that one gonna be?
Bob Gainey chose Carey Price fifth in the first round of the NHL 2005 draft. Geez, he could’ve had Gilbert Brule, Jack Skille, or Devin Setoguchi, who went sixth, seventh, and eighth respectively.
Charlie Hodge is living near Vancouver. Anybody think about giving him a call about putting the pads back on?
Wouldn’t it be great if Bob Gainey fired himself and hired Mario Tremblay and Patrick Roy to work together behind the bench?
I was asked recently who should coach the Habs. I said I should. I’ve got a fedora.
I’ve got an excellent idea. Why doesn’t Gainey take the guys bowling?
Guillaume Latendresse, who scored two goals against those mighty Ottawa Senators, went 45th overall in the 2005 entry draft, the same year as Price. I don’t have a joke for this. I guess I used up all my A material.