Your Montreal Canadiens delivered a complete convincing win at Madison Square Garden as the extended their winning streak to five games. Carey Price continues to own the Rangers and is certified back to his world’s best status. The new guys had a big game and Zach has plenty of good things to say about Claude Julien on this one.
PK Subban was back in Montreal, picking up a point in his emotional return to the Bell Centre ice, but Carey Price and your Montreal Canadiens pulled out two points for a fourth consecutive game as the secondary scoring of Brendan Gallagher and Paul Byron showed up in the nick of time on Thursday evening.
For the third straight game and second time in as many nights the Montreal Canadiens won in OT. Carey Price was stellar in a shutout performance, Max Paciroetty did all he could to try and end it, but in the end Alex Galchenyuk delivered the winning goal. In trade news, David Desharnais is on his way to Edmonton and Steve Ott is coming to Montreal from Detroit. Zach talks about it all on today’s morning after mini-cast!
Your Montreal Canadiens somehow found a way to win a game seemingly everyone (except the players themselves it seems) had given up on. Max Pacioretty scored twice to hit the 30-goal mark for a 4th consecutive season and the Habs have now won two in a row! Zach reviews it all on the podcast.
Ben Bishop and Martin Hanzal were traded just as Sean and Zach got to recording this one. The gents discuss what it means that Claude Julien is now the Habs head coach, beating the Leafs for a 14th straight time, their favourite hockey podcasts, and Subban’s coming return to Montreal. This week’s bits include Who’s Ripping Us Off This Week?; 76v6; The Greatest Skater in the World; Mid-pod Interview; Jagr Watch, You Get One, and The Positive Space.
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.