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I am from Montreal, Quebec, Canada and I run a sports blog at overtim.blogspot.com
I played hockey since I was 5 years old both as a player and a goalie. First as a goalie for my first 5 or 6 years, then as a player for 4 years to finally go back to good old goaltending since.
Goaltending is my forte as I am currently (secretly) training for next season.
I am not talking about NHL here right off the bat, just relax hehehe...
But am sure will be looking for a pro training camp come next june/july/august. I am browsing different european leagues and north american leagues right now.
A coaching position is of course kept for later, once my physical abilities as a player will be obsolete. I am 34 years old and if Hasek can do it at 42-43ish I damn sure can for as long as him! You can take that to the bank.
So let's see what those next 10 years produce! :)
How have you been?
Here is one unorthodox piece. Grand Slam Finals without Federer and Nadal.
How have you been, Francois?
I was also gone for a long and am back now.
Here is my latest piece. If you get a chance to read, let me hear what you think:
Federer's Open Challenge to Nadal: Bring 'em on to DecoTurf
Do you see any big moves for the Habs at the deadline? I wrote a piece on the Tampa Bay situation:
What are your thoughts?
A “professional” take on the Price-Halak situation... http://www.cbc.ca/sports/blogs/2010/01/time_for_canadiens_to_consider.html
What do ya think?!
You're welcome Francois!
Take a look at my latest article on Roberto Luongo's captaincy whenever you get a spare moment, I'd really appreciate it and please feel free to drop a comment.
Would love it if you would check out this column on Joe Sakic and give me any thoughts (positive/negative).
The US Open Draw is released. I've analyzed the Men's draw, in addition to the Top Ten players' form and recent performance, and made some projection in an unconventional way.
Check it out. I am sure you'll like it.
Thank you so much,
What do a guy that lived two thousand years ago and nowadays football managers have in common? Sun Tzu has written the essential rules for every football manager to follow.
Have a read if you have the time:
Thanks a lot.
Are sports heroes really dead? Find out in my latest article whenever you get a moment. Thanks.