Habs delivered a stinker on Thursday night in Montreal. The disappointing and error-filled performance by your Montreal Canadiens came in Claude Julien’s 1,000th game as an NHL head coach. Can he right this ship in time? Ian Boisvert asks that and more as he steps in for Zach on this episode of The Recency Bias.
Your Montreal Canadiens have their first win of Claude Julien 2.0 era thanks to a huge save by Carey Price and a big night by Shea Weber. On this episode Zach scolds Andrew Shaw and wonders what’s the point of Alexi Emelin.
The Habs came back off the bye-week with a brand new head coach and ready to roll! Or not. The Canadiens were outplayed by Winnipeg on Hockey Day in Canada as Dustin Byfuglien lead his Jets squad past the still listless Habs. But as Zach assures on today’s episode, give it some time!
Marc Bergevin made a splash on Tuesday afternoon when fired Michel Therrien and hired Claude Julien in one massive swoop. Zach Vanasse and Ian Boisvert hop on the podcast to talk about what this means for your Montreal Canadiens now, and it’s safe to say that they’re excited.
The Habs go into their bye week in very ugly fashion with a jarring loss to the Bruins that has many people calling for the head coach to lose his job. Can Michel Therrien survive another de-railing? Who is really to blame for the Canadiens struggles? And what did Carey Price really mean after the game when he said “We seem to lost our identity?”
Al Montoya took a literal tumble in a very rare Saturday night start at the Bell Centre and with that your Montreal Canadiens fell to the St. Louis Blues. The Habs continue to struggle against playoff caliber teams, and despite another strong effort from Pacioretty and Radulov, Montreal have now lost five of six. Here’s what went down!
Carey Price had a real bad night in the desert, luckily the rest of the Montreal Canadiens came to play. The first line was incredible and Chucky got to be the overtime hero as the Habs grab two much needed points in Arizona on Thursday night.