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by The Upper Canadien on 03/19/12 at 08:27 PM ET
Not much to report of late. Tomas Kaberle is unlikely to play Wednesday, still with his wife following the birth of their daughter. Andrei Markov will play. Maybe these two can’t play together - perhaps it’s fate? Mathieu Darche continues to work his way back from what appears to have been a very bad concussion, and the Canadiens continue to work their way downward, sitting in 15th in the East.
The most exciting question for most Habs fans these days is: where will they end up in the draft lottery, and who will they take? Could Mr. Grigorenko stay in Quebec? Will the pick be dealt? Won’t be long now until we know the answers.
Oh, and the coach/GM conundrum. Patrick Roy? Pierre McGuire? Julien Brisebois? Marc Crawford? Marc Bergevin? Claude Loiselle? Lots of names, not many concrete leads. But fear not Habs fans, consider this a reminder that, despite a long, painful, sleep and anger inducing season, an action packed summer awaits.
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