He has risen! Carey Price was FINALLY back between the pipes for the Canadiens and it was glorious as the Habs downed the visiting Arizona Coyotes 5-2 on a big night for the first star Shea Weber! Time for another episode of our new mini-podcast, The Recency Bias.
The captain got it going early, DD had a big night, and Montoya delivered the shutout for the home opener in Montreal as the Habs downed the defending champs 4-0 on Tuesday. Zach breaks it down for you on our brand new mini-podcast, The Recency Bias.
It’s your brand new morning after mini-podcast! Zach will be bringing you post-game, next morning podettes all season long (we hope) right here on The Montreal Bias podcast feed and at RabidHabs.com. Game 2, Habs lose to 4-3 to the Sens in a shootout. Give it a listen!
It’s your brand new morning after mini-podcast! Zach will be bringing you post-game, next morning podettes all season long (we hope) right here on The Montreal Bias podcast feed and at RabidHabs.com. Game 1, Habs beat the Sabres 4-1! Give it a listen!
It’s over! The age of innocence that is. Just as the 2016-2017 season begins, Sean and Zach have realized they’ve lost their naivety and are ready to sell out hard. On this week’s show they preview the coming season, draft the Habs with the most character, debut their weekly bit “Who Won The Subban-Weber Trade?”, threaten Team World to come at Team Canada next time, and discuss Sidney Crosby’s newest concussion. Plus, Real. Comfortable. Jeans. This is The Montreal Bias!
Is there anything more stereotypically Canadian than a hockey podcast that dedicates itself to The Tragically Hip for an entire episode? This week the gents do exactly that, paying tribute to Canada’s band in the week leading up to The Tragically Hip’s final concert in Kingston on Saturday night.
It’s late July so you’re either starving for Habs talk, or want nothing to do with it. Well we’ve got a little bit of both for you as the gents chat Radulov, Shaw, Sportsnet’s big changes, and the back-from-the-bink Tampa Bay Lightning as well as summer music and movies, plus a tale of why Zach brought about a curse that caused the Subban trade.