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The Montreal Bias
77 minutes | 3 months ago
Worst Case Ontario
Your Montreal Canadiens season has come to an end so the gents hand out grades to each player and have re-christened the podcast The Suzuki Bias. A look back at all the bubble action plus a renewed faith in the future of the Habs.
15 minutes | 3 months ago
Round 1 – Game 5: Habs Win 5-3 | The Recency Bias
Your Montreal Canadiens are still alive! Bloodied Brendan Gallagher was the heart & soul of the Habs we all know he can be in this one and led the Habs to a season saving win in a feisty one. The series is now 3-2. Give a listen for your Game 5 recap.
13 minutes | 3 months ago
Round 1 – Game 4: Habs Lose 2-0 | The Recency Bias
The Canadiens haven’t scored in 2 games. Turns out that that’s bad. And now they’re facing elimination on Wednesday with no real sense of what they can do to turn this thing around. Welp, here’s your Game 4 recap.
16 minutes | 3 months ago
Round 1 – Game 3: Habs Lose 1-0 | The Recency Bias
A low-event contest puts the Habs in a 2-1 series hole as Carter Hart shutout the Canadiens one game after being chased from the nets while his Flyers teammates clogged up the neutral zone and everything else on the way to the muddy win. But Suzuki and Kotkaniemi look gooooooood! This thing ain’t over!
19 minutes | 4 months ago
Round 1 – Game 2: Habs Win 5-0 | The Recency Bias
The Canadiens delivered one of their most dominant playoff performances in recent memory as they spanked the Philadelphia Flyers 5-0 on Friday afternoon in the Toronto bubble. Kirk Muller steps in behind the bench for Claude Julien and the Habs chase Carter Hart and our series is even 1-1. And Zach has some thoughts for … Continue reading Round 1 – Game 2: Habs Win 5-0 | The Recency Bias
69 minutes | 4 months ago
And So Ends the Alexis Lafrenière Era
It’s The Cottage Bias and your Montreal Canadiens have somehow made the playoffs! An upset of the Penguins kills any shot at Alexis Lafrenière the Habs ever had, but hey, here we go! There’s worse things for Habs fans than getting some playoff action to entertain us in the midst of a global pandemic! The … Continue reading And So Ends the Alexis Lafrenière Era
14 minutes | 4 months ago
Game 3: Habs Beat Pens 4-3 | The Recency Bias
Welp, if you’re hoping for a shot at Alexis Lafrenière, the Habs have dealt your hopes a blow by taking an unexpected 2-1 series lead in their best-of-5 series against the Penguins. But what Zach really wants to know is: is this the playoffs or not?!
16 minutes | 4 months ago
Game 2: Penguins Beat Habs 3-1 | The Recency Bias
Carey Price was his very best self but the rest of the Habs were mostly just their old regular selves, which means this series is even at 1-1 now. Kotkaniemi keeps pace with Sidney Crosby in the goals race and the Canadiens continued to struggle to stay out of the penalty box. Mostly Zach’s just … Continue reading Game 2: Penguins Beat Habs 3-1 | The Recency Bias
18 minutes | 4 months ago
Game 1 – Habs Beat Penguins 3-2 in OT | The Recency Bias
The Recency Bias returns! Your Montreal Canadiens are playing again and with that the return of your morning after mini-pod after a nearly year-long absence to discuss the Habs 3-2 win over Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins to take a 1-0 series lead in the best-of-5 contest.
107 minutes | 5 months ago
And Now The Alexis Lafrenière Era Begins
Do the Habs still have to lose to the Penguins in the play-in round and then have the ping pong balls bounce their way to get Alexis Lafrenière? Yes. But that didn’t stop the gents from going all in on this one. Plus, revisiting – and reconsidering – every Habs first round draft of the … Continue reading And Now The Alexis Lafrenière Era Begins
73 minutes | 6 months ago
Sweatpants & Nudity
The gents are back yet again, this time to to get in on that Joe Rogan money! The NHL has announced how it plans to return in the age of Covid, plus new bits called ‘They’re A Hall of Famer In My Books’ and ‘Whose Pizza Would You Poison?’
93 minutes | 6 months ago
I Don’t Give A Shit About Robots
For some reason, Sean and Zach are back already with another quarantine edition of the pod. It’s time to revisit the Montreal Canadiens’ 2010 run to the Eastern Conference final – aka The Halak Playoffs. Plus, Zach pitches a dumb tournament idea, TV Show & Book Recommendations You Didn’t Ask For, a nod to The … Continue reading I Don’t Give A Shit About Robots
88 minutes | 7 months ago
No hockey? No problem! (Okay, maybe some problems). The gents return to talk about how they’ve been filling their sports-less lives and review all the discourse around the no games sports world today. Plus “kind of reviews” of Gladiator, Hell or High Water, Stripes, the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Moneyball, The Town, Rounders, Groundhog … Continue reading Quaranpod
64 minutes | 9 months ago
Trade Deadline Crossover
It’s a very special crossover episode as Zach joins the gang from The Nosebleeds Podcast to look over everything that happened at this year’s NHL trade deadline.
82 minutes | 10 months ago
This is the XHL
And just like that the gents have wandered back into the pod pod for another episode to talk Ilya Kovalchuk, the Habs potential trade deadline action, Nick Suzuki, Ovechkin potentially catching on Gretzky and imagining what the XFL would look like if it were for hockey. Plus, a new bit called Beating the Dead Horse.
95 minutes | a year ago
The Carey Price Decade
The gents are finally back for another episode of the big pod with a look back at the past decade of your Montreal Canadiens, including the All Decade Team, a year-by-year look back, What We Were Most Wrong About, and the Top Five Moments of the Decade. Plus, a Roster Report Card for the season … Continue reading The Carey Price Decade
11 minutes | a year ago
Game 10: Habs vs Sharks
The Habs just never beat the Sharks. Even when your Montreal Canadiens outshoot them 37-23 as was the case on Thursday night at the Bell Centre. Evander Kane was a monster in this one, unfortunately.
12 minutes | a year ago
Games 8 & 9: Habs at Blues and Wild | The Recency Bias
This past weekend’s afternoon slate of games was a microcosm of how the Habs season has gone so far, so it should come as no surprise they won one and lost one, though who they beat and who downed them was surprising.
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