Mitch Melnick is the host of Melnick in the Afternoon on the Team 990 - Montreal's Sports Authority. Mitch also has his own website at MitchMelnick.com where you can find his blog, music links, upcoming events, neat photos and more. Listen Live to Melnick - weekdays from 3:00 - 7:00 pm. If you have questions or wish to contact Mitch, you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pretending to care about a Habs exhibition game
Team990 and MitchMelnick.com
Mitch Melnick provides some observations about the Exhibition Game between the Montreal Canadiens and Dallas Stars. A game he didn't care about. Andrei Kostitsyn needs to get off to a hot start. Even in a meaningless game. Ok, an all but meaningless game.
Montreal - Sep. 21, 2011 - Mitch Melnick provides some observations about the Exhibition Game between the Montreal Canadiens and Dallas Stars. A game he didn't care about.
Andrei Kostitsyn needs to get off to a hot start. Even in a meaningless game. Ok, an all but meaningless game.
Who's going to win important face offs this season? Thomas Plekanic was 6-20 in the circle vs Dallas. Andreas Engqvist 0-5. Confident that Scott Gomez, Lars Eller or David Desharnais can win more than 50%? This has to be addressed, not simply worked on.
Ian Schultz can fight. He needs to get the rest of his game going in Hamilton. Then recalled when Habs play Bruins, Flyers,etc.
Rafael Diaz or Jeff Woywitka on the second power play unit might have Montreal fans longing for Roman Hamrlik.
Brock Trotter looked fantastic - for 20 minutes. Then I couldn't find him.
Aaron Palushaj can skate like Tom Pyatt. If Palushaj plays 61 games this season would he score more than two goals?
Was I actually looking for a Winnipeg Jets score?
Mike Ribeiro should always manage a multi-point game against his former team. Who's the big center who can shut him down?
Too bad Travis Moen wasn't in the line up for the Habs. Would liked to have heard John Bartlett describe
Travis Moen checking Travis Morin.
Hearing Montreal Canadiens hockey on The Team 990 was pretty cool. even for an all but meaningless game.
8,399 Stories & Growing Daily...
To date OurHometown.ca has posted a total of 8,399 stories! News, sports, hockey, lifestyle, opinion and more!