Keep Calm and Carey On
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May 7th - Sean and Zach were at Scotiabank Place live for Game 3 and they report back from a brutal loss and their thoughts on the experience. Spoiler alert: It wasn’t their favourite. That and a bunch more playoffs chat on this newest edition of The Two-Four!
April 29th - This one is going long! The regular season is over, the Habs are Northeast champs and it is time to do battle with the Sens. Sean and Zach examine the playoff picture, come up with things to hate about the Senators and try not to get sued by Brian Burke for libel. It’s The Two-Four Playoff Preview!
April 22nd - The rough times continue as the season winds down and Sean & Zach are left wondering if enough track remains before the Habs find themselves spiraling into the playoffs. It’s the final edition of The Two-Four before the playoff preview and with that in mind the boys do their best to make some sense of these past couple weeks. And if they can’t, hopefully the Canadiens can… and soon.
April 16th - For the first time all season, the Habs had a real ugly week. Sean and Zach break down the troubles, debate whether or not they think Les Glorieux can shake this funk and wonder about which Habs lost their chance to earn some post-season hardware during this rough patch. Plus, The Douche gets personal. It’s The Two-Four!
The trade deadline has come and gone and the Habs added Drewiske. And lost Emelin. But beat the Bruins. And Bourque is coming back. The point is, a lot has happened since Sean and Zach last podcast, so they had a whole bunch of stuff to discuss. Oh and they take some shots at PJ Stock.
Iginla is now a member of the Penguins and not the Bruins, so you know the boys had a lot to say on the subject. Habs survived a tough test against 1-2 punch of the pre-Iggy Pens and the never-getting-Iggy Bruins and they could be looking to make some moves come trade deadline. Plus, plenty of trashing Brad Marchand. And Iggy’s not Bruin. By choice. Excellent.
The first dominoes have begun to fall as we approach the NHL’s trade deadline so Sean and Zach toss around trade theories from the logical to the highly unlikely, discuss Montreal’s sub-par week and what it could mean for the daunting week ahead and muse on the big questions such as: Is Alex Kovalev a Hall of Famer? It’s The Two-Four!
For the first time in nearly a month, the Habs no longer hold top spot in the East, despite being in the midst of a five-game winning streak. Sean and Zach power-rank the top NHL teams, discuss possible trade scenarios and whether or not Montreal overpaid for Desharnais. Plus Sean McIndoe, aka Down Goes Brown, stops by to talk about his work for Grantland, his book and the Leafs.
It has been called one of the most embellished podcasts out there and a disgrace to the podcasting game: it’s The Two-Four! Sean and Zach cast via pod once more and it’s packed with all the diving, exaggerating, over-selling and overemphasizing you could ever want delivered to your ear drums! And all that happens even before Steph Darwish gets in on the action. She also tries to embellish a call or two though.
It’s certainly unexpected, but the Habs are still a first place team in the East. This weekend is a HUGE test as they meet with the arguable Beasts of the East with Pittsburgh and Boston on the schedule. Sean and Zach break down expectations, talk Ryder for Cole and prognosticate for the first time. Kyle Roussel also jumps in with his thoughts on all things Canadiens. Plus a new theme song!
With the Habs sitting atop the Eastern Conference, we once again bravely fire-up the podcast machine to discuss all things Bleu, Blanc et Rouge. Andrew Berkshire of Eyes On The Prize stops buy to chat a little advanced statistics while Sean and Zach wax poetic about Montreal’s chances of staying at the head of herd. Listen to it now!
The Canadiens have dropped back-to-back games for the first time this shortened season, but Sean and Zach are more concerned with how the Habs stacked up against the Bruins over all. The boys also try to figure out just where the Habs stand in the North East, whether or not Ryan White is a true NHLer and what piece the team still needs to add this season. It’s another episode of The Two-Four!
The boys jump into the pod-pod and fire off another edition of The Two-Four podcast. Sean and Zach debate whether or not their early season success is an accurate reflection of the Canadiens, things get argumentative over the Subban contract and Bruins fans get applauded and flushed. Plus, Sarah Conners from Stanley Cup of Chowder hops on in!
What happens when actual NHL hockey games have been played? Sean and Zach have some actual on-ice action to talk about on the podcast! Plus, Steph Darwish stops in for a little Match Game action. Galchenyuk! Garofalo! King Fist! The Subban Crisis! We got it all on this week’s edition of The Two-Four.
The boys settle back into the podder with a full NHL season preview, they check in on the Thursday night scrimmage, discuss the Gomez buyout and the Subban hold out. Plus stars and douches! It’s time to drop the puck!
Holy crap! The podcast is back. Sean and Zach get back behind the mic as NHL players prepare to return to the ice. The boys talk about the post-lockout NHL, the Habs upcoming 48-game season. Prepare for the
2012-2013 season boys and girls. And. Here. We. Go.
(Apologies for the sound issues. New set-up, we are working on it!)
A lot has happened since Sean and Zach last took to the podcast mobile. Marc Bergevin, Michel Therrien, Alex Galchenyuk, and the L.A. Kings won the Cup – just to name a few. So yeah, they had a couple things to say about it all.
Can you picture what will be… Yes, this is the end of the first Habs season for The Two-Four. While we aren’t taking any official hiatus – we will come back when the Habs chatter, or anything else for that matter, demands it – it is our end of season podcast. Kyle Roussel and Steph Darwish stop by to wrap-up the ugly mess that was while Sean and Zach drop their douche and hand out their three stars for the season.
As the Habs season winds down, the boys take a look at the teams that will be playing when the regular season ends, discuss the biggest surprises of the season and try to pick a Cup winner.
It has been a rough season for the Habs and their fans so the boys decided it’s time to drown their sorrows with “The Two-Four presents The Drink Away Your Habs Sorrows Podcast” ©. And you can play along at home too: The Montreal Bias in no way encourages you to play this game. Alcohol is meant to be enjoyed responsibly. We present this “The Two-Four presents The Drink Away Your Habs Sorrows Podcast Drinking Game”© as comedy only. So don’t do this.
It’s the rarest of podcasts… one recorded on February 29th. Drawing comparisons to the Desharnais, Cole and Pacioretty line; Alex, Sean and Zach provide a rare bright spot in this dismal Habs season… or something like that. Just listen to this podcast, they say era alot and Alex kind of reviews The Iron Lady.
The trade deadline sits less than a week away and the guys dig into the rumour mill. From the Gill trade, to the losses to the Canes, Bruins, Devils and Stars, The Two-Four takes a look back at the Habs week that was.
The boys remember The Kid, talk trade deadline, discuss the Habs & Bruins rivalry, debate whether or not Marchand should have been suspended for his hit on Emelin and defend Habs fans for cheering when Chara took a puck to the face. Plus, Kyle Roussel pays a visit to discuss what Gauthier should do at the deadline.
Inspired by The Dude, Sean and Zach have settled into a Zen like state this season. It seems the final stage of grieving is in fact acceptance. The guys also discuss deadline trade possibilities for the Habs, what Canadiens fan should be looking for now and they also hand out their 3 stars and their douches. Steph stops by to discuss more than just the Habs (dodgeball!).
Things are pretty gloomy in Habs land right now, so in an attempt to shake things up, for the first time in The Two-Four’s history, three hosts for one show. Alex, Sean and Zach discuss the future of one troubled organization.
Alex Dezan steps in to co-host with Zach, while Sean makes a guest appearance and the guys discuss all things Cammalleri/Bourque trade.
The return of the Habs’ old goal song, Lars Eller’s four-goal night, favourite moments of 2011 and the future of the Canadiens take the spotlight in this week’s episode of The Two-Four and Steph Darwish reports back from her best night at the Bell Centre since the 2009-2010 playoffs.
The Montreal Canadiens are at the centre of a language controversy and Sean and Zach sound-off on the situation. The boys also discuss the Kaberle trade, Martin’s firing and chat with Bruins blogger Sarah Connors about the juggernaut that is the Big Bad Bruins in Five Minutes For Fighting.
The Montreal Canadiens continue to struggle and Zach & Sean weren’t thrilled that the team keeps doing just enough for everyone to maintain their respective jobs. Markov’s extra recoup time doesn’t exactly make anyone happy either and Steph stops by to help sort these things out.
Overcome by the rage, Zach and Sean fired-up the ol’ podcast for a little emergency podcast where they address everything that is wrong with the Habs. Fear. Anger. Hate. It all boils to the top!
Pacioretty suspension, the controversial overtime loss to the Penguins and Kirk Muller’s new head coaching job in Carolina; we got it covered.Plus, Steph Darwish stops by to discuss her new weekly CJAD spot, her Florida encounter with Vincent Damphousse and more.
The Montreal Canadiens were downed 1-0 by the Bruins on Monday in a contest Zach and Sean considered a measuring stick game for the Habs. The boys break down the loss, Carey Price’s two shutout week and Sidney Crosby’s comeback. Speaking of the Bruins, Sarah Conners from Stanley Cup of Chowder and Something’s Bruin blogs checks in for Five Minutes For Fighting.
The Montreal Canadiens are 7-2-1 since the Pern firing. Sean and Zach delve into that, discuss Price’s first shutout, the Hall of Fame class of 2011 and hand out their three stars. Plus The Montreal Bias contributor Steph Darwish from ladyloveshockey.com stops by for Five Minutes For Fighting.
Sean and Zach discuss the Habs’ powerplay problems, steroids in the NHL, the quick-start Oilers and the cost of Carey Price. Plus Graeme Nichols from the Ottawa Senators blog The 6th Sens checks in for Five Minutes For Fighting.
Zach and Sean discuss whether or not the Habs season has been saved, whether or not Gauthier and Martin have done enough to save their jobs, how Raffi Torre’s got 99 problems and his Halloween costume was one and they hand out their three stars for the week. Plus Boston Bruins blogger Puck Sage stops by for Five Minutes For Fighting.
It’s the premiere episode of our podcast: The Two-Four. Broadcaster and long-time Montreal morning show host Terry Dimonte chats with Zach in the “Five Minutes For Fighting” segment. Sean and Zach discuss the Canadiens’ slow start, Andrei Markov’s injury status, the future of Scott Gomez and Andrei Kostitsyn with the Habs and give their predictions for the Habs 2011-2012 season.