What got you into hockey, more specifically the Habs?
Do you have a favorite Habs player ever? if so, whom, and why?
Where do you like to watch games?
Do you prefer to watch with guys? with girls? why?
Do you have any pre-game rituals or in game superstitions?
What's the best game you ever went to? what do you remember about it?
Do you have any funny or interesting stories that are somehow related to the Habs?
Molson looks totally unprepared as an owner, and as the Alouettes have shown over the last almost two decades, success starts with good ownership. I'm not saying Geoff Molson is a bad owner and won't come around, but right now, it's all about reaction and crisis management instead of proactive team-building. Look at Detroit - have you ever seen Mike Ilitch, Ken Holland, or Mike Babcock look panicked? Look at the Boston Bruins - Jeremy Jacobs put Cam Neely and Peter Chiarelli in place; Chiarelli hired Claude Julien, and they are now the model of stability. When someone messes with any Bruin, it seems like the entire organization is on the ice punching the offender in the face together.
When something goes wrong in Montreal, it's every-man-for-himself.
If you were General Manager Pierre Gauthier would you be a buyer or seller at the trade deadline?