Which Canadian author would make the best goalie for the Canadiens?

Comments (7)

Comment Feed

It has to be Roch Carrier in

It has to be Roch Carrier in a Toronto Maple Leafs jersey from Eaton's.

Bill Kummer more than 7 years ago

Mary Walsh – she doesn’t take

Mary Walsh--she doesn't take crap from anyone.

pattyo more than 7 years ago

Mark Jarman! Read his great

Mark Jarman! Read his great hockey novel, Salvage King, Ya!, to find out why...

Anonymous more than 7 years ago

Ken Dryden of course :-)

Ken Dryden of course :-)

Nick Van der Graaf more than 7 years ago

Robert Munsch, he's tough.

Robert Munsch, he's tough. Enough said.

Anonymous more than 7 years ago

Quick but dependable, limber

Quick but dependable, limber but stalwart? Up for a challenge and looks great in red? Comfortable playing with a mask as well? I'm thinking Michel Tremblay. Or maybe go to the west coast for William Gibson.

Sarah B. Hood more than 7 years ago

Which Canadian writer would

Which Canadian writer would make the best Habs' goalie? Paul Quarrington! Obviously, he knows hockey. But, more importantly, he's probably already in tight with the Big Guy. I bet he's shared enough laughs and good times with The Ultimate Referee that could easily call in a miracle or two when needed.
-Angie

Angie Abdou more than 7 years ago

ADVICE FOR THE LIT-LORN
WRITING QUESTIONS, QUANDARIES & PICKLES

Does the phrase centre around, as in “the conversation centred around issues of freedom,” bug anyone but me? A centre is a fixed spot, and other stuff moves around it, right?

Lucy, Cyberspace

Read the answer from Geist Editors!

---
KEEP IN TOUCH WITH GEIST

---
EMAIL
FIRST NAME
LAST NAME
PROVINCE



NUB ad

Geist Gallery