Zack Kassian joins the Habs, Phil Kessel’s been traded, Lucic goes west, and Dougie heads to Cow Town as the boys wrap up all the trades, free agent signings and draft details. Are the Penguins too top heavy? How many more Vezinas for Carey? Is Bergevin being too patient? That and much more! This is The Montreal Bias.
The Habs season has come to an end, another round has been played, and the 2015 Stanley Cup Final is set. Sean and Zach finally get around to recording another podcast and so this one is packed with talk of Jeff Petry, the elusive scoring winger(s), Tampa Bay and Chicago, the greatness of Jonathan Toews, the Babcock hiring, the Bylsma hiring, the Price Window, and the future in Edmonton. That, plus grading the Habs season, Montreal’s chances of a Cup soon and The Cuckolder Patrick Sharp. It’s The Two-Four!
The Canadiens have knocked off the Senators! And yet something feels… off? Montreal’s inability to score probably has something to do with it. Markov’s struggles, Carey’s big game, Eller’s rise and of course, mircofractures! Edmonton won McDavid, the Hawks & Wild look good, and the Penguins need to make some big adjustments. It’s The Two-Four!
It’s playoff time! And the Habs will be meeting the hot streaking Senators in the first round. Are we destined for a repeat of 2013 or destined for something else? Carey Price takes centre stage (as he should) as Matt McCrea jumps in for Sean and the boys get set for the Sens. Plus Conn Smythe predictions, geography lessons and shots fired at Braden Holtby. Reach out and touch faith! It’s The Two-Four!
The Tampa Bay Lightning have demonstrated their dominance over the Montreal Canadiens this season and Monday night was no different prior to this podcast. Do the Habs have any chance of knocking off the Bolts in a series? Which dark horse could win the Cup? Has Galchenyuk’s season been a disappointment? All this plus trading Zdeno Chara, the Tyler Seguin thing and the end of the Senators. It’s The Two-Four!
Carey Price. Carey Price. Carey Price. Carey Price. Is there anything else even worth talking about these days? Sean and Zach try on this one, debating whether or not Lundqvist gets the net back from Talbot in New York, questioning whether or not the Bruins will make the playoffs, and calling Mario Tremblay an asshole. Plus, the big question: Is Price having the greatest season in NHL goalie history? It’s The Two-Four!