Your Montreal Canadiens have finally put some wins together! Zach cracks open The 12 Pack solo-style this week and then welcomes guests Antoine Mathieu and Kyle Roussel to chat trade deadline, David Desharnais, and some…. Star Wars. Plus the Dion Phaneuf trade, the Beaulieu fight and much more! This is The Montreal Bias.
It’s All-Star Game weekend and things have maintained their misery in Habs land, so the gents crack open a couple of adult beverages, turn on the ASG and talk Nashville, John Scott, country musicians, trades and the best personalities in the NHL. This is The Montreal Bias.
Darkness. Your Montreal Canadiens are staring into the abyss and nobody seems to know what to do about it. Michel Therrien still has a job, for now. Carey Price is skating, at least. And the whole hockey world is wondering: what’s up with the Habs? Sean and Zach also tackle the Drouin Situation, the Canadian dollar drag on the NHL, the acquisition of All-Star Captain John Scott, and Zach argues that the Canadiens need to trade for Dustin Byfuglien… yet again. This is The Montreal Bias!
This week on the podcast the gents talk about the Galchenyuk incident, firing Michel Therrien, and the Habs identity loss issues. Plus, Karlsson for Hart, Luongo for Vezina, Subban’s swear words, and important sports lessons learned courtesy of the NFL playoffs. If you’re looking for positive vibes, you’ve come to the wrong place this week, friendo. This is The Montreal Bias!
Brendan Gallagher is back baby! The Canadiens KO’d the Bruins in Foxboro and Jonathan Drouin wants out of Tampa Bay. Talking the rise of the Florida Panthers, the Kassian-Scrivens trade, Captain John Scott and fears about Carey Price. And Ian Boisvert stops by for a chat and the gents rank the Habs’ most irreplaceable players . This is The Montreal Bias!
Taking a page out of Wilco’s playbook, we’re going to go ahead and just call this podcast Star Wars, because it seems no one cares about anything else anyway these days. Speaking of alt-folk-country bands, or something like that, as the Counting Crows once said; it’s been a long December. The absence of Price and Gallagher is taking its toll and the Canadiens are losing, a lot. Can they bounce back any time soon? Is Johansen coming to Montreal? Is Stamkos bolting Tampa? It’s The Montreal Bias!
Mike Condon has helped hold down the fort in Carey Price’s absence so far, but it’s been a rough week and December’s challenging schedule is not going to do the Canadiens any favours. The gents worry things could get ugly, debate how much they’d pay for a cheap shot at Marchand, and wave goodbye to Alex Semin.