No Start Like A Good Start

Aaron DuplessisCorrespondent IOctober 21, 2008

It's that time of year again, hockey season has started.  With the NHL already in full swing, the Montreal Canadiens are already looking forward to another promising season.

After picking up Alex Tanguay and Robert Lang, the Canadiens went hard at work for their 100th season.  So far, they seem to be on the right track, with a current record of 5-0-1.  But of course this means nothing in hockey.

As Montreal continues to win, some fans have already joined the drive for 25, while others, like myself, are still waiting to see if this team is as great as they have been led on to be.

However, this isn't about Montreal winning a Stanley Cup, this is about how well of a team they can be.  Can they play as a team?  Can they win as a team?  Can they lose as a team?  These are all questions that will take a majority of the season to finally answer.

But as the 2008/2009 season is dawning, any team is a possible "threat".  Time will only tell.

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