Julien’s Misfortune Could Turn Into An Opportunity For The Habs

First and foremost, let’s take a moment to wish Claude Julien a prompt recovering from his cardiac episode (or tightness in the chest, as they said). I have absolutely no doubt that Claude is a great guy and definitely a truly respected professional. As a matter of fact, the Boston Bruins and the New Jersey Devils, two teams that Julien has coached in the past, took the time to send their best wishes to the Canadiens’ bench boss through Twitter.

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He Who Laughs Last, Laughs Best!

A few years ago, fans laughed at Montreal Canadiens’ General Manager Marc Bergevin when he said, in his postseason Press Conference, wanting more character in the dressing room. More recently, the same fans and – a few others irked by the trade of their favourite player for a player “over the hill” they said – laughed even more when Bergevin talked about players not having the right attitude. He was made a mockery by those who hate his guts, including a few prominent media members who had been caught with their pants down at their ankles at one point by Bergevin in press conferences when the Habs’ boss turned the question on them, exposing them as the fakes that they are.

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