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NHL Alumni Give Pro Hockey Tips CFL Paul Lambert Too
March 09, 2008 08:10 AM PDT
08 NHL Alumni Remember the Passion Gala, Paul Lambert (CFL Montreal), Kraig Neinhuis (Boston), Gaston Gringras, Chris Nylan ( Canadiens ) , Dave Shultz (Flyers).
One of My Top Reasons for attending the NHL Alumni Gala for Alzheimers Fundraising was to get a few tips for Young Hockey Players. The Alumni Players were more than happy to get the message out to young players. Even Gordie Howe had a message for the Young Players.
March 08, 2008 05:37 PM PST
08 NHL Alumni Remember the Passion Gala, Chris Nylan ( Canadiens ) Talks about Dave Shultz (Flyers). One of the reasons for attending the NHL Alumni Gala for Alzheimers is to hear a few old stories about the NHL from back in the day, and Chris Nylan is always entertaining.2008 DDO APBM Tournament highlights - TEAMWORK
February 21, 2008 04:19 AM PST
The Coach of the HRS Huskies Talks about teamwork and clips of the Shootout Win after Overtime (4-4) tie, against the also impressive Pierrefonds Viscomptes in the Bantam Finals.2008 DDO APBM Tournament Highlights 1
February 21, 2008 04:06 AM PST
Coach Dan McGovern and his son, Goalie, Jeffery McGovern talk about how the Centennials won the Atom Finals. Also on Kim's Corner, hockey Mom and daughter Talk about the Bantam Centennials during their Finals Game and the Importance of the short pass.Passing, Saving, Penalties in Hockey
February 02, 2008 07:50 AM PST
Watch this video clip and remember, if you want to score more goals you'll have to pass more.
For the goalies, if you want less goals you'll have to cover-up the puck more often. If you can't cover-up then tell your defense to send the puck to the boards and out of harms way.
Finally, you'll see an Interference/Holding penalty which happens often in non-contact hockey. Defense your much better off playing the puck than intefering with the forward.
Thanks to the DDO Peewee BB Pirates for being in this clip.
Émile “Butch” Bouchard and Gordie Howe Team Up
November 24, 2007 06:43 AM PST
Montreal – (Press Release) The organizing committee of the Remember The Passion (tm) NHL Alumni Game and Gala, along with the Alzheimer society of Montreal and the NHL Alumni, are proud to announce that Mr. Emile ”Butch” Bouchard has agreed to act as Honorary Chairman of the 2nd Annual Remember The Passion tm NHL Alumni Game and Gala. Once again, the passionately contested game between The Montreal Canadiens Alumni and the NHL Alumni will be held at the Dollard des Ormeaux Civic Center on Saturday, February 16, 2008 at 2:00pm, followed by an evening of dinner and entertainment hosted by Hall of Fame broadcaster, Dick Irvin.
Mr. Gordie Howe, famously known as Mr. Hockey (tm), will be behind the bench of the NHL Alumni team and will be attending the Gala evening as well. Facing him behind the bench of The Montreal Canadiens Alumni will be Stanley Cup winner Réjean Houle, Ambassador of the Club de Hockey Canadiens, who has been a strong supporter of this event from its inception.
This exciting event helps raise funds for the Alzheimer Society of Montreal, whose mission is to alleviate the personal and social consequences of Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders, as well as promote the search for a cause and cure. Funds will also be shared with the NHL Alumni’s “Hockey’s Greatest Family Fund”, a fund that helps former NHL players in need and in their transition to life after hockey.
As Rick Muscant, Co-founder and Co-chairman of this event explains, “We are so honoured and thrilled to gain the support of Émile “Butch” Bouchard and Gordie Howe! Last year’s game and gala surpassed all our expectations, and we’re very excited about the event’s potential to raise awareness and money for two exceptional causes.”
Last year’s game and gala raised over $80,000 – an impressive sum for a first-time fundraiser organized by a committee of volunteers from the West Island of Montreal. This eclectic mix of busy entrepreneurs, parents, and hockey fans, hope to exceed this amount, as well as host an event which pays tribute to an unforgettable era in Canadian hockey history, and to the people who, because of Alzheimer’s disease, have had their most cherished memories stolen.
Members of the organizing committee for Remember The Passion TM, invite potential sponsors, as well as those interested in knowing more about the event, to contact Melissa Bellerose at the
Alzheimer Society of Montreal, (514) 369-0800.
Highlights of last year are here on
October 20, 2007 11:33 AM PDT
Greg is often asked to coach teams all the way up to Midget and Junior, but he also spends his time well by coaching the coach.
Skinner teaches Stickhandling to the Montreal Canadiens (HABS) and He's in your Archive
September 15, 2007 09:07 AM PDT
Skinner teaches Stickhandling to the Montreal Canadiens (HABS)
Read about it in the Gazette or online at canada.com,
You can also hear what he had to say about the NHL and Stickhandling here on podomaticbrian.podomatic.com There are two great podcasts with Sean Skinner in the archives !
You can also find many Skinner drills on Goggle now,
Friday Sep7th 7pm ceremonies for http://www.kidsinternationalcup.com/
September 05, 2007 05:22 PM PDT
OK, It's soccer news, but anyone who knows me, knows I'm not a soccer dad.
Now that being said, you can't help but be impressed by the International
With the host country being China it is expected that Dragon Dances and
And All this to raise money for the 2 Children's hospitals here in Montreal.
I hope you get time to watch, and Congrats to Sam Gabay and all the soccer volunteers.Hitting Tips for Baseball
May 21, 2007 07:10 AM PDT
Here's a Bonus Tip for coming to the website.
Search Here for Hitters
Search Here for Pitchers
Now remember I talked about Ted Williams, Here is his book.
And Hank Aaron.NHL er Mike Comrie finds a home (2nd try sorry about the first one)
April 19, 2007 04:22 PM PDT
Mike Comrie is on fire, and is doing his best stop Sidney Crosby from advancing in the playoffs, by playing with heart.
Dawson Blues College Hockey Champions
April 15, 2007 05:11 AM PDT
Congrats ! Champions No Less !! (Provincial that's like State Champions)
March 26, 2007 05:18 PM PDT
Stephon Marbury ( http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/players/3099 )
and How About Pink Hockey Sticks being used by NHLers like
March 17, 2007 06:24 PM PDT
Jennifer Heil won Gold for Canada on the first day of the Olympics.
“I always perform well here. It’s definitely a skier’s course and I love the challenge,” she said. “I feel I found the groove. I’ve been able to take my competition to the next level… I was very aggressive, probably the most aggressive I’ve ever skied on this course.” said Jennifer.
"This is beyond my expectations," said Heil, the reigning Olympic moguls champion. "I never dreamed I'd win four straight World Cup titles. Being a post-Olympic season, there were some challenges but I went back to the basics and made sure I had fun.
MADONNA di CAMPIGLIO, Italy, March 10, 2007 – Freestyle skier Jenn Heil of Spruce Grove, Alta., captured her second straight World Championship dual-moguls crown Saturday, and her second medal in as many days.
“It’s the most challenging World Cup course I’ve ever skied on,” said Heil, 23.
Also Don't miss Erik Guay's accomplishments this month.
March 17, 2007 07:48 AM PDT
More on Jennifer Heil in a minute, Here is a link hosting Warren Miller who made me a better skier and instructor by igniting my passion for skiing.
March 17, 2007 07:36 AM PDT
Enjoy Spring I know it's coming, even if it's -10 with 6 inches of Snow Here.Dawson Blues College Hockey Team Part 1 Dawson College and Montreal Canadiens join forces to promote women's hockey
February 19, 2007 07:05 PM PST
I went to find out about the fundraising (Skate @ Bell Center, you can now purchase tickets by calling (514) 931-8731 ext. 1205.) being done at Dawson and I ran into Nancy Wood and her Cameraman from CBC.ca at the Arena,
It seems the team is becoming very newsworthy, CTV.ca has been out to Dawson also.
February 19, 2007 06:59 PM PST
The Dawson Women's Hockey team was started in 1998 as a Club team playing exhibition games only and joined the league in 1999. The league has now expanded to 10 teams and Dawson is having an undefeated season to date in 2007. They have come a long way since their beginning when wins were very hard to come by. Each year the team takes a trip to play in a tournament during the holidays and has won in Michigan, San Jose, Connecticut, New York, and Calgary.
Head Coach: Scott Lambton
2007 Remember the Passion Montreal Canadiens Alumni vs NHL Alumni Game
February 17, 2007 07:35 AM PST
2007 Remember the Passion Montreal Canadiens Alumni vs NHL Alumni Game.
“ It is with great pleasure that I extend my warmest greetings to everyone attending, the inaugural “Remember The Passion” Hockey Event, a fundraiser for the Alzheimer Society of Montreal and the NHL Alumni Greatest Family Fund....On behalf of the Government of Canada, I wish you all an enjoyable and memorable event, as well as every success in meeting your fundraising goals.” Stephen Harper, Prime Minister
NHL Alumni Team Players
Montreal Alumni Team Players
Coaches: Rejean Houle and Rod Gilbert
Referees: Dave Hutchison, Alan Knopp, Dino Gangai
Co-Chairmen: Rick Muscant, Carlo Fironi
2007 Remember the Passion NHL Alumni Alzheimer Society GALA Special Guests
February 17, 2007 07:33 AM PST
2007 Remember the Passion NHL Alumni Alzheimer Society Gala Special Guests Included,
Dick Irvin, Master of Ceremonies, “The Voice of the Montreal Canadiens” has covered more than 2,500 NHL Games. Tradition and expectation for success are two of the traits Dick believes enabled “the Habs” to win 24 Stanely Cups and become one of the most successful teams in the history of sport.
Howard Grant and Otis “Magic” Grant, Former W.B.C Intnl. And Former Cdn. Super Middleweight Champion, and Former WBO Middleweight Champion.
Peter Dalla Riva, Former Montreal Alouettes Professional Football Player from 1968 to 1981, and Canadian Football Hall of Famer.
Kraig Neinhuis, ex-Boston Bruin NHLer turned rock star, opening for such acts as David Lee Roth, Nickleback, and The Tragically Hip. Kraig entertained the entire Gala and is in the process of recording a CD in Detroit.
“The NHL Alumni Assoc. is honored and proud to be a part of the 2007 “Remember The Passion” teaming with Montreal Alzheimer's to raise awareness and funds for both of our significant causes; Alzheimer's and Hockey's Greatest Family Fund to assist former players in need. We wish to thank Rick Muscant and Carlo Fironi and their tremendous Committee who have dedicated countless hours and time to provide this wonderful event and support our initiatives. Thank you to all our Corporate Sponsors and to our Fans for your support on and off the ice !!”
“...We warmly thank all those who have contributed to the success of this unique fundraiser. Your generosity and motivation to help people in need are great sources of inspiration for us all. See you next year!” Gerald Hubert, Exec. Director Alzheimer Society Montreal
“...Finally, and most important of all, thank you to everyone in attendance thoughout the day and we look forward to seeing you again next year. Congratulations and thank you to everyone !”
February 05, 2007 07:00 PM PST
If your a forward you can have the element of surprise if you go ahead and use your defense.
Make sure you have a proper passing lane to the tape on the defenseman's stick, and make eye contact to be sure the defenseman is ready for your pass. Then keep the puck on the ice and give the defenseman a quick pass.
The defenseman can often sneek in deeper into the zone and fire.
If your a winger in your defensive zone, you want to get there before the puck does or before the shot get s fired.
Enjoy the action at an Arena near You !!!Quebec City Champions and Finalist from Dollard PeeWee BB
February 05, 2007 06:47 PM PST
WoW !!! What a Weekend for Dollard Hockey !!!
Mitch Trapid, His Executives, Developers, and Volunteers have a lot to be proud about,
just before hosting the NHL Alumni Game This week.
This Weekend The PeeWee AA Vipers Won Another Tournament
Becoming Champions Twice This Season,
The PeeWee BB Pirates Become 2007 Champions,
The PeeWee BB Buccaneers are 2007 Finalists at the Same Tournament.
This story wouldn't be complete without telling you about the Photographers Comments.
He mentioned that in all his years and all his tournaments from up in Ile-Bizard to colleges around Quebec, he has never seen what happened over this past weekend.
Not only did the Bucs come out and cheer loudly for the Pirates to win on Saturday night,
but the Pirates came out to cheer loudly for the Bucs on Sunday morning.
If that wasn't enough, after the Final Game, the teams came together for Pictures, Congratulations, and Hugs ?? (To much information !).
Well for sure there was an incredible amount of respect for both teams from each other, and why not ?
The Battle was heated with a few penalties and goals back and forth, then saves back and forth, Then 10 minutes of Overtime and more saves by Darren and Marco, who allowed no goals. The Bucs had even started with a five on three, but they couldn't get the puck past Marco as the Pirates killed off the Bucs advantages.
Finally to a shoot-out, after a 3 - 3 tie game.
3 Shooters each, and finally the Pirate's Shooter found the back of the net after a careful deek.Ken Dryden #29 Retired Jersey Thank You Speech
January 30, 2007 06:02 PM PST
O What a Night !!!
Teamwork is one clear message in Ken Dryden's speech. It is of course inspiring for any hockey player, and any hockey team.
After my Intro about Ken Dryden and Vladislav Tretiak , I was going to have a clip of my favorite parts of the speech, but realized you may have other favorite parts.
So Here is his whole speech, incase you missed it, or incase you want to listen again, and again, as he speaks about the Montreal Canadiens, The Coach who believed in him, Al MacNeil, Jean Beliveau, Guy Lafleur, Larry Robinson, Henri Richard, Maurice Rocket Richard and the best team in the NHL and the world at that moment in time.Ken Dryden #29
January 26, 2007 07:02 PM PST
Ok, here is a great clip of Ken Dryden speaking about Monday Night (29th Jan/07) when his jersey # 29 will be retired, speaking with Mitch Melnick of Team990.com.
If you like sports you'll love www.Team990.com
There is more info about Ken Dryden, # 29, of the Montreal Canadien NHL Hockey Team, check it out.Goalie Tips Part 2: Positioning and the Gloves
January 26, 2007 06:54 PM PST
Again, In Honor of the great Montreal Canadien's goalie Den Dryden #29, Who's number will be retired on Monday 29th of January in Montreal. A must see event !
Sports Podcasts for Players, Coaches, Parents. Thanks www.bnt.ca and www.montrealfamily.net for the technical help, and the teams from Trois Lac and DDO (Bucs, Pirates, Centennials, Girls Teams) who have donated to Resto-Vie and the Montreal Children's Hospital NeoNatal. Please email if you want to do a sports interview, podcast, DVDs 4 teams,to raise money for your favorite charity. Mine are www.dreamstakeflight.ca and WestIslandCommunityShares.
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