Steven Hindle and Rob Elbaz host the Montreal Hockey Talk pre-game show, joined by Corey Collard and Coach K to preview the Flyers-Habs game at the Bell Centre. Bill Meltzer of NHL.com came on during the 2nd segment to talk about the Flyers’ moving forward.
Match Up: The Canadiens (0-1-0) host the Flyers (0-1-0) Saturday night at the Bell Centre after both teams were beaten by the Leafs on home ice in their openers. The […]
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A new season has begun, but the same old issues remain as the Montreal Canadiens fell to the Toronto Maple Leafs at the Bell Centre to kickoff the 2013-2014 season. Corey Collard and Nick Murdocco are your hosts, as they are joined by Jay Farrar and Simon Tsalikis to discuss the undisciplined play of the Habs, and the unfortunate injury sustained by George Parros.
Steven Hindle and Rob Elbaz host the Montreal Hockey Talk pre-game show, joined by Nick Murdocco and Coach K. Listen in as Kevin McGran of the Toronto Star joins the gang to talk about the season opener against the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Match Up: The 2013-2014 NHL season launches at the Bell Centre on Tuesday when the Canadiens (0-0-0) resume their rivalry against the Maple Leafs (0-0-0). The puck is set to […]
During the Sunday shinny, Nick and Gary were joined by Stephanie Lapointe, daughter of Canadiens legend Guy Lapointe. The boys also spoke to Derek Wills, play-by-play voice of the Hamilton Bulldogs, about the Bulldog’s training camp and who to watch this season.
Corey Collard hosted the post-game show, after a 3-1 victory by the Montreal Canadiens over the “Bug-Eyed Walrus” and his Ottawa Senators. He’s joined in studio by Steven Hindle, Rick Springhetti of McKeen’s Magazine, Nick Murdocco and Coach K. As a special treat in first segment, Pete Marier surprised the crew to give his thoughts on the game as well.
Steven Hindle hosts an amped up pre-game show, and is joined by Nick Murdocco, Rick Springhetti of McKeen’s Hockey, and Coach K. As the pre-season comes to a close, listen as the guys break down what they expect in the Canadiens’ final tilt before the regualr season starts.
The Montreal Hockey Talk presents the season preview, with Corey Collard, Alex Rabbat, Dave Kellerman and Paul Graif. Special guest Jimmy Murphy joins the conversation as well as they break down the Canadiens and the upcoming 2013-2014 season
The Montreal Hockey Talk post-game show is back, with Corey Collard as your host. Joining Corey in studio to discuss the Canadiens 3-2 victory over the New Jersey Devils are Steven Hindle, Nick Murdocco and Coach K.
Derek Wills, play-by-play voice of the Hamilton Bulldogs, spoke about what the team should look like this season during the Sunday shinny, where Nick Murdocco and Gary Whittaker were joined in-studio by Steven Hindle.
Derek Wills, play-by-play voice of the Hamilton Bulldogs, joined Nick and Gary to talk about what the team should look like this season during the Sunday shinny, where they were joined in-studio by Steven Hindle.
Nick Murdocco and Gary Whittaker are back this week with Moe Khan to discuss the National Football League. The boys also take a look at the Montreal Canadiens, and the shortfall of the Montreal Impact versus the San Jose Earthquakes in CONCACAF Champions Leagues action.
Corey Collard hosts the final of our Summer Content series, and is joined by Nick Murdocco, Steven Hindle, Rob Elbaz, Coach K and Chuck from Little Bear Pet Supplies. The gang discussed the future of Louis Leblanc, what the lineup may look like moving forward and this season’s Unsung Hero.
Nick Murdocco slides into the host chair, as he is joined by Steven Hindle, Rob Elbaz, Paolo Mingarelli and Coach K to talk about the most important conference for Habs fans, the Atlantic. Listen in as the boys rip into Paolo for placing the Canadiens in 5th place, and possibly missing the playoffs.
Matt Cazavant joined Nick and Gary to talk boxing and about Floyd Mayweather’s victory against Canelo Alvarez. The first Montreal Hockey Talk edition of the Sunday Shinny featured Laura (The Active Stick) and Mike Oberand (HabsLaughs) where they discussed the Habs moving into the pre-season and the whiny bitch that is Chris Philips.
Nick Murdocco and Gary Whittaker bring their unique style to Montreal Hockey Talk, as we are proud to present The Franchise.
The boys welcomed Moe Khan to talk a little pigskin in the first hour. Joining them during the second hour was music guru Eric Alper, as they talked about classic and unorthodox duets.
Corey Collard, Rob Elbaz, Steven Hindle and Coach K try to keep a straight face, as Paolo Mingarelli queues up his Metropolitan Conference preview. Could you believe he has his New Jersey Devils making the playoffs?
Despite the addition of the Red Wings, Cup Finalist Boston Bruins remain the team to beat. The most entertaining battle in this division will come from the Canadian Content. Ottawa, Toronto and Montreal are all clubs that who are entering a phase in their history where it will be time to add the final pieces to establish themselves as legitimate cup contenders as the rival Bruins have done.
Recently the Bs have both held the cup and come second in the running. Most organizations would consider any kind of significant change to be a risk not worth taking.
The Detroit Red Wings may not be used to how hockey is played out east, but given their consistent ability to be contenders in the wild wild west over the years, it’s impossible to count them out. Losing key players and leaders in their locker room has not stopped them from being perennially playoff-bound and that will not change this year.
Alfredsson exits the Senators; fear not, enter Bobby Ryan. Although they gave up youngster Jakub Silfverberg and a 1st, this is quite a good deal for Ottawa. Stuck in Perry’s shadow may leave the casual hockey fan with little knowledge on this new Senator, but as Brian Murray said, “we believe we have an elite scorer in Bobby and we don’t think he’s reached his potential” further proof is in the pudding when it comes to Ryan who in 6 years, has scored 30 goals 4 times, failing in his rookie year and in the lockout shortened year.
Leafs nation rejoiced when David Clarkson signed on the dotted line and when they traded for goaltender Jonathan Bernier making him the future #1 despite the solid play of James Reimer.