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.
It’s the podcast we never wanted to do. Sean and Zach confront their feelings about the PK Subban for Shea Weber trade. Pour yourself three fingers of your finest brown liquor and tune into the end of the Subban Era. In fact, it’s so dark one of our host’s might be done as a Habs fan. This is The Montreal Bias: Post-PK Depression.
The NHL playoffs are rolling and the Canadiens are sitting out the fun this season. On this season ending episode, Sean and Zach delve into the Habs’ end of season press conference, wonder if they should be concerned over Carey Price’s future health, and debate which city would be best for Subban to play in. This is The Montreal Bias: The Carey Mulligan!
This week Sean phones it in (literally) as the gents get to grading the Canadiens’ roster, then wonder how it’s possible there are still several teams having a worse season than Montreal, and they also go through Andrei Markov’s new Instagram feed, complete with theories about why his play dipped. This is The Montreal Bias!
Alex Galchenyuk is on fire! PK Subban wasn’t selected among Team Canada’s first 16, Marc Bergevin has trimmed his beard, and Obama and Trudeau are exchanging hockey taunts at the White House. Plus, talking trips to Buffalo and initiations into Habs fandom, this is The Montreal Bias.
It’s the NHL Trade Deadline edition of the show! This week on the podcast we’re talking about the Dale Weise, Tomas Fleischmann, and Devante Smith-Pelly trades, plus the Pacioretty-Subban feud, losing faith in the captain, the World Cup of Hockey and trading Pacioretty for Malkin? We make it work! This is The Montreal Bias.