Offbeat Julien Clerc: this secret concerning his relationship with Miou-Miou that he only discovered "very recently"
What the Puck: Short leash in short season for Canadiens coach Julien?
Some of us thought we had a goaltending controversy. But it turns out what we really have is a Canadiens controversy. Why is a team that appeared to be so good two weeks ago now playing like a sad sack? There are also the beginnings of rumblings that perhaps what we really have is a coach controversy, as in is Claude Julien the best choice to bring this super-talented group to the promised land? Nobody in their right mind is yelling “fire the coach,” but many of us believe the head coach is indeed on a short leash and that his boss — the general manager with the rock-star hair — isn’t going to be patient with Julien this season.
This Saturday, February 20, Julien Clerc took part in the questions of the portrait in 5 dates of Nikos Aliagas, in 50' Inside. The opportunity for the singer to make an amazing revelation about his relationship with Miou-Miou.
“ I know it, people don't believe me to be faithful to what she is, and you already speak of her imperfectly, but she is, my preference to me ”. These lyrics are those of the song “My preference”,. A song written by , who is the author of numerous texts by the former coach of The Voice. A song which is, above all, dedicated . When she met the actress on the set of Love and Fresh Water in 1975, the latter was at the time . They stayed together for six years, and had , who is now a director. This February 20 in 50 ’Inside, Julien Clerc returned to the genesis of“ My preference ” and confided that he had discovered a secret concerning this song.
Montreal Canadiens fire Claude Julien and Kirk Muller
The Canadiens announced Wednesday morning that head coach Claude Julien and associate coach Kirk Muller have both been fired. Dominique Ducharme has been named interim head coach, while Alex Burrows, who was an assistant coach with the AHL’s Laval Rocket, has been added to the Canadiens’ coaching staff. After getting off to a 7-1-2 start this season while scoring 44 goals, the Canadiens were looking great and Montreal fans were excited. Bergevin’s off-season player additions had given the team a big boost and for the first time in a long time it didn’t seem like a question of if the Canadiens would make the playoffs, but how far they might go once they get there.
“It was intimate, downright”
“ My preference, it was intimate , downright, but I didn't realize it until much later”, he said. he revealed to Nikos Aliagas. Julien Clerc said that it was only “very recently” that he discovered that Jean-Loup Dabadie was actually talking aboutthrough the lyrics of “My preference”. " It was about exactly what could happen at the time between Miou-Miou and me ", confirmed the dad of four. “And that every now and then our friends didn't understand what was going on between us… And that's what the song actually says! ”, exclaimed Julien Clerc, who still seems so stunned by this discovery. Except that at the time, when he sang “My preference” , the musician didn't realize “ at all ” realizes that this song was about his history with Miou-Miou!
Canadiens Notebook: Jonathan Drouin starting to shoot puck more often .
Jonathan Drouin ranks 14th on the Canadiens in shots this season with only 20 in the first 15 games. That partly explains why he only has one goal, but he also has a team-leading 10 assists to rank fifth on the team in points behind Tyler Toffoli (10-5-15), Jeff Petry (6-9-15), Nick Suzuki (3-9-12) and Josh Anderson (9-2-11). Drouin is also plus-5. “I feel happy about my game,” Drouin said after practice Tuesday in Brossard. “I’m around the puck, I’m involved in a lot of play. I just got to keep going towards that. My consistency’s been good this year. There’s a lot of games coming up. I think as a line (with Suzuki and Anderson) we just want to keep doing what we’re doing.