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Any experienced partier knows the key to curing a hangover is to extend the party the next day. Well, if the mediocre Chicago Blackhawks have a Stanley Cup hangover, perhaps their recent Las Vegas trip was just what they needed.
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NHL: Who Will Return to the Stanley Cup playoffs in 2011? Every year, 16 NHL teams will have the chance to compete for hockey's estimated Stanley Cup. At the same time, 14 teams go home for the summer and wonder what might have been. This slide show is a look at the 14 teams to the Stanley Cup Playoffs in the 2009-2010 season missed. We will look at the new faces in each team and the key players returning. We will also see if any deviations will hurt …
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The Habs and Isles on 19 December 2009, most recently in a 3-0 victory at Montreal in Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum deserves met.

Jaroslav Halak and Carey Price have been in the battle for the Montreal Canadiens' No. 1 goalkeeper spot all season. At a crucial moment, the winner seems finally emerged are.

Halak there may be the chance for a third straight shutout to earn a winning streak that the Canadiens not in 61 years in the Matchup New York Islanders on Tuesday night booked.

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The Habs and Isles on 19 December 2009, most recently in a 3-0 victory at Montreal in Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum deserves met.

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Catch the Hottest Canadian hockey player on Satellite TV

Hockey has always been a bit more of a niche sport in the U.S. It is incredibly popular in the Northeast, where long, hard winter and a common border with hockey-obsessed Canada together make it as popular as football in the American Midwest or soccer in Europe, and Latin America. But it is spreading slowly to other parts of the country, with well-loved team jump up as far south as Tampa Bay (lighting) and North Carolina (Hurricanes), and so far west such as Phoenix (the Coyotes) and San Jose (the Sharks). Relatively cheap tickets to live and make an electrical, wintry atmosphere make it one of the fastest growing Sports in America! And with sports-oriented satellite TV packages, you will follow in a position to your favorite teams around the continent, as they play with other American and play for Canadian teams.

But for some, just a tiny black puck flying up and down the ice for two hours, with the only exception is the occasional bloody fight between two dudes in 6 inches of padding is not enough worth the time. Something else to put these non-sweating fans to the sport, but: the promise of, hunky Canadian hockey player. Women (or, theoretically, men), hockey Clock exclusively for the eye candy often derisively as the "puck bunny named "? But how can you help yourself if you are familiar with the likes of Sidney Crosby presented seriously, did you see that baby-face and pearly white smile? Here is a breakdown of the hottest players in professional hockey is today.

1st Sidney Crosby

This Nova Scotia-born 22-year-old is already the captain of the Pittsburgh Penguins. Earlier this year he scored the final run overtime goal that Canada, the Gold Metal at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver on strong rivals in the southern United States in 2005, he became such a hot draft pick that he was dubbed "The Next One". With his second Season he was to win the leading scorer in the NHL, always the first and only teenager, the Art Ross Trophy. He was also the youngest captain to win the Stanley Cup, when he Penguins in the NHL championship conducted in 2009. Oh, and he is super gorgeous to boot.

2nd Jason Spezza

Born to Italian parents in suburban Toronto, Ottawa Center this future baby was a successful model before his first birthday. Developed as its hockey talent, his good looks have not faded. He is one of the best scorers of the senator, and in 2008 had a career high six-point night. He played for Team Canada in the 2010 Olympics as well as.

3rd Carey Price

This 22-year-old goalkeeper has served Canuck for the beloved Montreal Canadiens (also known as the "Habs" – ask not known why) since October 2007 after working his way through the junior-league system. In March 2008 he became the NHL rookie of the month and NHL First Star of the Week in April.

4th Jonathan Toews

Born to Mennonites in Winnipeg, Manitoba, an isolated town in the Canadian prairie, Toews currently serves as team captain of the Chicago Black Hawks, which the team to the Stanley Cup this year. He won MVP for his performance in the game, and became the youngest player taken in the Triple Gold Club. While Team Canada Olympic run, he scored 8 goals, more than anyone on his team.

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MONTREAL CANADIENS: The REAL Stanley Cup Champions of 2010 – and Why! Since Lord Stanley gave his Cup for the best Canadian Team – the Real Champions

In 1892, the then Governor General of Canada, Lord Frederick Arthur Stanley, dedicated a Silver Bowl to the people of the Dominion of Canada for, “the champion hockey team in the Dominion.”

 

The Stanley Cup became the ultimate prize for Canadian hockey teams, awarded first in 1893 to the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association (AAA). The cup has been won every year since (except 2005 – the Black Year of the Lockout – when the NHL refused to release the Cup to another League).

In 1919, the Stanley Cup Champions, Montreal Canadiens, traveled to Seattle to play a post-Championship exhibition series with the Seattle Metropolitans. The series was cancelled because of the Great Influenza Epidemic. The Americans still like to refer to 1919 as “no decision.”

 

In 1926, the National Hockey League “adopted” Lord Stanley’s Cup as their own and have possessed it up to this writing.

Not every Canadian agrees with this “adoption” or the teams that have been proclaimed champions.

 

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In an article in The Lawyers Weekly entitled “Does the Stanley Cup belong to the NHL or the Canadian people?” Tim Gilbert wrote, “If the Stanley Cup is not a charitable purpose trust, then the trust fails and the property reverts to the grantor, and outside the control of the NHL. As Lord Stanley was Governor General when he gave the cup, the cup may revert back to the Office of the Governor General. In this way the cup may truly belong to the people of Canada.” Go to lawersweekly.ca to read the full article…

 

What it comes down to is this: Lord Stanley, the16th Earl of Derby, Governor General of the Dominion of Canada, at his own expense, gave to us his “challenge cup which should be held from year to year by the champion hockey team in the Dominion.”

Which means that Lord Stanley’s Silver Bowl belongs to the last Canadian Team standing at the end of the Regular or Post Season!

There is no way around that.

Therefore, the Stanley Cup Champions for 2010 are the Montreal Canadiens!

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And it follows that the “official” record books are wrong. Since only teams from the Dominion of Canada can be awarded Lord Frederick’s Cup, the Real Champions aren’t always recognized.

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Who then, are the REAL Lord Stanley’s Champions? Which, from the original Montreal AAA in 1893 to 2010’s Montreal Canadiens, was the LAST CANADIAN TEAM STANDING each year?

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1893 – Montreal AAA

1894 – Montreal AAA

1895 – Montreal Victorias

1896 – Winnipeg Victorias

1897 – Montreal Victorias

1998 – Montreal Victorias

1899 – Montreal Shamrocks

1900 – Montreal Shamrocks

1901 – Winnipeg Victorias

1902 – Winnipeg Victorias

1903 – Montreal AAA

1904 – Ottawa Senators

1905 – Ottawa Senators

1906 – Ottawa Senators

1907 – Kenora Thistles

1908 – Montreal Wanderers

1909 – Ottawa Senators

1910 – Montreal Wanderers

1911 – Ottawa Senators

1912 – Quebec Bulldogs

1913 – Quebec Bulldogs

1914 – Toronto Blueshirts

1915 – Vancouver Millionaires

1916 – Montreal Canadiens

1917 – Montreal Canadiens

1918 – Toronto Arenas

1919 – Montreal Canadiens

1920 – Ottawa Senators

1921 – Ottawa Senators

1922 – Toronto St. Pats

1923 – Ottawa Senators

1924 – Montreal Canadiens

1925 – Victoria Cougars

1926 – Montreal Maroons

1927 – Ottawa Senators

1928 – Montreal Maroons

1929 – Montreal Canadiens

1930 – Montreal Canadiens

1931 – Montreal Canadiens

1932 – Toronto Maple Leafs

1933 – Toronto Maple Leafs

1934 – Montreal Maroons

1935 – Montreal Maroons

1936 – Toronto Maple Leafs

1037 – Montreal Canadiens

1938 – Toronto Maple Leafs

1939 – Toronto Maple Leafs

1940 – Toronto Maple Leafs

1941 – Toronto Maple Leafs

1942 – Toronto Maple Leafs

1943 – Toronto Maple Leafs

1944 – Montreal Canadiens

1945 – Toronto Maple Leafs

1946 – Montreal Canadiens

1947 – Toronto Maple Leafs

1948 – Toronto Maple Leafs

1949 – Toronto Maple Leafs

1950 – Toronto Maple Leafs

1951 – Toronto Maple Leafs

1952 – Montreal Canadiens

1953 – Montreal Canadiens

1954 – Montreal Canadiens

1955 – Montreal Canadiens

1956 – Montreal Canadiens

1957 – Montreal Canadiens

1958 – Montreal Canadiens

1959 – Montreal Canadiens

1960 – Montreal Canadiens

1961 – Montreal Canadiens

1962 – Toronto Maple Leafs

1963 – Toronto Maple Leafs

1964 – Toronto Maple Leafs

1965 – Montreal Canadiens

1966 – Montreal Canadiens

1967 – Toronto Maple Leafs

1968 – Montreal Canadiens

1969 – Montreal Canadiens

1970 – Montreal Canadiens

1971 – Montreal Canadiens

1972 – Montreal Canadiens

1973 – Montreal Canadiens

1974 – Montreal Canadiens

1975 – Montreal Canadiens

1976 – Montreal Canadiens

1977 – Montreal Canadiens

1978 – Montreal Canadiens

1979 – Montreal Canadiens

1980 – Montreal Canadiens

1981 – Calgary Flames

1982 – Vancouver Canucks

1983 – Edmonton Oilers

1984 – Edmonton Oilers

1985 – Edmonton Oilers

1986 – Montreal Canadiens

1987 – Edmonton Oilers

1988 – Edmonton Oilers

1989 – Calgary Flames

1990 – Edmonton Oilers

1991 – Edmonton Oilers

1992 – Edmonton Oilers

1993 – Montreal Canadiens

1994 – Vancouver Canucks

1995 – Vancouver Canucks

1996 – Montreal Canadiens

1997 – Edmonton Oilers

1998 – Ottawa Senators

1999 – Toronto Maple Leafs

2000 – Toronto Maple Leafs

2001 – Toronto Maple Leafs

2003 – Ottawa Senators

2004 – Calgary Flames

2005 – (Lockout)

2006 – Edmonton Oilers

2007 – Ottawa Senators

2008 – Montreal Canadiens

2009 – Vancouver Canucks

2010 – Montreal Canadiens

 

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A Graduate of the Holland College Culinary Course, Brian Alan Burhoe has cooked in Atlantic Coast restaurants for over 30 years. He is a member of the Canadian Culinary Federation. Brian’s articles reflect his interests in food service, dreamstudy, imaginative literature, Canadian history and our best friends — our dogs.

His Home Page is A CULINARY MYSTERY TOUR – A Literary Chef. His articles have been reprinted on numerous culinary websites and various Blogs, including the popular Romantic Relationship site WUVING.com and NORTH-WEST MOUNTED POLICE – Canadian Mounties in Literature, Hollywood & History

 

Concluding Rant:

Since Lord Stanley gave his Cup for “the champion hockey team in the Dominion,” it’s not the right of anyone but a True Canadian team to be awarded it.

Perhaps the Right Honourable Stephen Harper can step in. Prime Minister Harper has proven himself to be a man of vision, honour and a true patriot – as well as an expert on Hockey History. Shouldn’t the Stanley Cup be put back in the care of the Governor General’s office?

Since when was Expansion and Selling Out The Game In The States a “Good thing for Hockey in Canada?”

 

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– Brian Alan Burhoe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A Graduate of the Holland College Culinary Course, Brian Alan Burhoe has cooked in Atlantic Coast restaurants for over 30 years. He is a member of the Canadian Culinary Federation. His articles reflect his interests in food service, dreamstudy, imaginative literature, Canadian history and our best friends — our dogs. His Home Page is A CULINARY MYSTERY TOUR – A Literary Chef

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How can I get the Montreal Canadiens hockey game tonight online ??????

It says Scoreboard Clock live at the Yahoo Sports, but can I trust in that? Someone let me know how can I see this game ?!?!?!

There are Internet audio feeds of the game, and maybe there low-quality streaming video feeds. I can not bear it any sport watched on the net with the low quality feeds, personally. The best thing to do is when you watch the game but not a TV game is to wait until tomorrow. Until then, it is almost certain to go to very good quality on CIForums (cent erice Forum will be uploaded). You can find the "torrent" file for the game. Then you use a BitTorrent client to open the stream. Within a few hours, Of course, depending on your connection, you can see a good repetition of the game. Note: I just checked the CI site and they have temporarily closed public registry. If you are interested and do not care about you seeing the game a day late, I can give you a private invite to join so that you can.

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