Montreal Canadiens Maxim Lapierre (40) gets past St.Louis Blues Eric Brewer on his way to a goal in the first period at the Scottrade Center in St. (UPI Photo/Bill Greenblatt) Maxim Lapierre (born March 29, 1985) is a Canadian professional ice hockey forward currently playing for the Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League (NHL).Do you see me writing that kind of post very often? Do you see me writing that kind of post very often? Maybe, just maybe if they were lucky Gilbert Dionne and Stefan Lebeau/Kostitsyn could also help with player development. Well, less and less since it's always the same thing. So a lot of the moves are going to be criticized as the fans aren't in agreement with them. Maybe you should discuss why some people are wrong instead of insulting the board. Well, less and less since it's always the same thing. If they could just get Houle back in active management, and maybe Scott Gomez, the ultimate team would be assembled. But in his new job, maybe Timmins will be better at evaluating pro talent than the amateur one.I see no differences between the constant complaints towards a management vs the constant complaints towards a group of posters. Complaining is complaining no matter who it's directed to.
Two months later, he was traded again to the Canucks.
A checking forward, Lapierre is known as an agitator.
Lapierre was born in Saint-Léonard, Quebec, and grew up in Repentigny.
Timmins had a vp position he surely had a lot of things to do other than scouting players. Because as a group we look like a frustrated teenager who hates everything. True internet warriors who hide behind their keyboards/iphones and love to second guess every decision.
Honestly i would not be surprised if Churla has been in charge for a while now. I see a whiny bunch of teenagers who seem to think that trades on EA sports can actually be realized.