Game 60: Habs Beat Rangers 3-1 – The Recency Bias

Zach was live and in person at the Bell Centre on Thursday night as the Rick Nash-less, Henrik Lundqvist-less, Ryan McDonaugh-less New York Rangers were in town to face-off against the Carey Price-less, Shea Weber-less Montreal Canadiens. Habs prospect Noah Juulsen made his NHL debut in a game that could well have been the last in Bleu, Blanc et Rouge for a few members of the current Montreal Canadiens. Wins aren’t ideal for a team in a race to the bottom, but sometimes they’re still nice.

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Game 54: Habs Lose 5-3 to Flyers – The Recency Bias

The Habs haven’t won in Philadelphia since 2010 and things were no different on a Super Bowl parade day in the City of Brotherly Love. Lehkonen is giving some hope that he’s found his scoring touch once more and Brendan Gallagher remains the lone true bright spot for the Canadiens this season, but the results remain the same for Montreal on the road.