Was it ever in doubt? Of course the Canadiens were going to lose in San Jose. Zach thought the Habs played better than the Sharks, but takes issue with Therrien’s player deployment on today’s episode of The Recency Bias mini-podcast. Happy Saturday!
At the quarter mark of the season the gents podcast past the noise and get to the content that tells us where we truly are this season with bits like Markov Instagram, 76 v 6, The Best Skater In The World, Hmmm… Are They For Real?, Controversial Opinions, The Mid-Podcast Interview, Confession, Should We Be Concerned About This?, You Get One, and The Positive Space. Plus a closer look at Hasek’s 1998-1999 Stanley Cup Final team.
Things never seem to go well for the Canadiens in California and Tuesday night was no exception as the Habs road woes continue. Zach returns fro his honeymoon in Mexico City to break down the late night action.
Carey Price had the rare off night and a couple bad breaks cost the Canadiens on Tuesday night. There was good news with Max Pacioretty scoring a goal for the second time in three games. Is he possibly starting to find his rhythm? Zach discusses all that, plus his wedding details, on this episode of the morning after mini-pod.
The Canadiens have now won 10 in a row at home to start the season as Carey Price posts his second shutout of the season. Weber found the back of the net yet again, as did Danault, Shaw, Pacioretty and Byron. Zach breaks down what he thinks the biggest difference between Subban and Weber is on the powerplay and is confused as to why the Byron goal didn’t count on this episode of the mini-pod.
The Canadiens put up their best performance of the season in Peter Budaj’s return to Montreal. The Habs outplayed the Kings and Price bailed the boys out when they needed as Byron, Carr, Danault and Galchenyuk scored in the Habs 4-1 victory. Zach breaks it down and says farewell to Montreal legend Leonard Cohen.
After a shocking night in the political realm, Zach finds a way to compare Carey Price to Donald Trump as your Montreal Canadiens beat the Boston Bruins 3-2 to improve to 11-1-1 on the season with goals from Weber, Galchenyuk and Byron.