24CH The Valet
24CH The Valet
Every week, Maxim Martin chats with two players or members of the Montreal Canadiens organization as they go out for a car ride. Share some unexpected, funny and touching moments with your favourite team.
This Saturday on the first episode, Jonathan Drouin talks about Nathan MacKinnon who used to be his own personal valet and Phillip Danault tells us why he hates cranberry stuffed chicken.
This week, Maxim Martin drives Phillip Danault and Jonathan Drouin around again! We learn Phillip is a Harry Potter fan and Jonathan’s hidden musical talents.
Jordie Benn and Andrew Shaw tell us about their first meeting and their love for dogs.
Jordie Benn and Andrew Shaw tell us about their nicknames and let us know about some embarrassing moments on the ice.
Paul Byron and Torrey Mitchell tell us about their football pool and when they were drafted in the NHL.
Paul Byron talks about his relationship with garage doors and Torrey Mitchell admits he wishes he was a spy.
Brandon Davidson and Joe Morrow tell us about the difficulty of being traded and their favorite cities in the NHL.
Brandon Davidson and Joe Morrow tell us about their best recipes and the greatest moments in their careers.
Artturi Lehkonen talks about the difficulty of being injured and Tomas Plekanec talks about the difference between the young people who join the NHL today to when he entered the National League.
Artturi Lehkonen talks about a defeat from 25 to 0! Tomas Plekanec talks about Artturi Lehkonen's qualities as a hockey player.
Charles Hudon and Nicolas Deslauriers tell us that they are both afraid of rides and they tell us about the first meeting with their spouses.
Nicolas Deslauriers tells us how he bought his first house and Charles Hudon talks about when he first met Alex Ovechkin.
Get to know what makes Barrie so special by visiting popular local hangouts, and dabble a bit into their history on Barrie Life.
Following 6 highly anticipated episodes of CTV’s landmark series THE LAUNCH, the chosen artists from each episode (6 in total) will have been swept away into the whirlwind marketing, PR and music production machine of CTV and Big Machine Records. Their singles will be all over the radio and Canada will know their faces well.