Rabid Habs Deputy Editor Ian Boisvert fills in for Zach to talk about the Habs 2-0 loss to Carolina. The Habs have a knack for playing in some pretty boring games, Jeff Petry and Daniel Carr looked okay, and the Habs can’t seem to do anything right. And some Whalers love! This is The Recency Bias.
Ian Boisvert takes this time to mention the score of Saturday night’s blowout to the Leafs, while focussing on where this team is headed.
It’s time to rebuild.
Well that wasn’t fun. Montreal loses in embarrassing fashion to give the Arizona Coyotes their first regulation win of the year. Ian Boisvert talks Lindgren, defense, and the Habs just stinking up the joint against the league’s worst team.
Sergei Bobrovsky was really good, Alex Galchenyuk continues to surprise, and Claude Julien sticks to his guns in overtime. Ian Boisvert talks about a few positives and one big negative to take away from the Habs 2-1 overtime loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Ian Boisvert finally gets to talk about a win as he covers for Zach on The Recency Bias. Montreal didn’t play their best game, but Charlie Lindgren looked great, and Max Pacioretty scored another clutch goal in the Habs 2-1 overtime win over the Buffalo Sabres.
Zach is taking some time off, so RabidHabs.com deputy editor Ian Boisvert steps in to cover the post-game mini-pod. Jason Zucker scores a hat trick for Minnesota as the Wild take this one 3-0. The Habs are having issues with injuries, video review, and making average goalies look great.