The NHL didn’t just dodge a bullet last night. It dodged an intercontinental ballistic missile with a thermonuclear warhead capable of blasting the league the rest of the way back to the Stone Age to which it apparently aspires
Join Corey Collard, Paul Graif, Steven Hindle and Coach K as they discussed tonight’s 4-3 victory by the Chicago Blackhawks over the Detroit Red Wings, forcing Game 7 in their Western Conference Semi-Final series.
Join Corey Collard, Nick Murdocco, Rob “KitKat” Elbaz, and Coach K as they breakdown a great overtime win by the New York Rangers 4-3 over the Boston Bruins to stave off elimination. The gang is joined by Paul C. Cuthbert of the Red Line Hockey Show and Jimmy Murphy of Murphy’s Hockey Law and ESPN.
Join Corey Collard, Nick Murdocco, Paul Graif, Matthew Potvin and Coach K as they breakdown tonight’s 3-1 victory by the Detroit Red Wings over the Chicago Blackhawks, to take a 2-1 series lead.
Join Corey Collard, Nick Murdocco, Steven Hindle and Coach K as they go over the 3-2 overtime victory by the Boston Bruins over the New York Rangers, as well as the other series going on in the NHL Playoffs. The gang is joined by Paul Cuthbert of the Red Line Hockey Show during the first segment.
Join Corey Collard, Nick Murdocco, Kamal Panesar, Jessica Rusnak and Coach K as they breakdown the season that was for the Montreal Canadiens.
I can’t remember a more confusing and perplexing season when it comes to evaluating the play of the Montreal Canadiens and judging the end results of the season they just had in this 2013 edition of a lockout shortened schedule.
The Sens took down the Habs in 5 Games and the season is over for our Montreal Canadiens. Ted Bird. David Kellerman, Alex Rabbat, and Corey Collard are there to breakdown what went wrong and what the Habs have to do to prepare for next season.
If you missed “Murphy’s Hockey Law” yesterday, listen to it now!
First hour guests:
Sean McIndoe (Down Goes Brown and Grantland), Aaron Murphy (ESPN America) and Andy Strickland (TrueHockey.com)
Second hour guests:
Kerry Goulet (StopConcussions.com & 29sports.com) and Conor McKenna (TSN 690 Montreal)
The season is over, as the Montreal Canadiens lose Game 5 6-1 to the Ottawa Senators. Join Corey Collard, Steven Hindle, Nick Murdocco & Simon Tsalikis as they look into the future, and talk about what the Habs must do moving forward.
It’s do or die for the Habs, as they face elimination tonight against the Ottawa Senators with a depleted lineup. Join Steven Hindle, Rob Elbaz, Nick Murdocco and Coach K, as they fly off the handle in what may prove to be the last pre-game show of the season (we hope not).
It’s time to set a curse on all things Walrus. Half the team is missing folks. We’ve got nothing left. We like this theme. Just do this.
The story of this series is hard to believe. Everyone was clamouring for a Habs-Leafs series, for the sex appeal of it all. But we all knew the toll that […]
The Canadiens are fighting for survival Thursday night when they host the Senators in what they hope won’t be their last game at the Bell Centre this season. The game is set to start at 7:00 on CBC and RDS.
Rule 48 – Illegal Check to the Head 48.1 Illegal Check to the Head – A hit resulting in contact with an opponent’s head where the head is targeted and the principal […]
The NHL owed the Ottawa Senators one after suspending Eric Gryba as a public relations gesture, and the Sens collected in a big way last night. The difference was that upholding a suspect goal by Mika Zibanejad wasn’t a sop to political expediency and had infinitely greater consequences than an enforced two game absence for Ottawa’s sixth defenceman.
After having a two goal lead after 40 minutes, a goal kicked in by Mika Zibinajad and another with Kyle Turris holding Carey Price’s stick led to overtime, where the Senators beat the Canadiens 3-2. Join Corey Collard, Nick Murdocco, Simon Tsalikis, Jay Farrar and his brother Annakin Slayd, who breakdown this painstaking loss that leaves the Habs on the brink of elimination.
After Sunday’s beatdown by the Ottawa Senators, join Steven Hindle, Rob Elbaz, Nick Murdocco and Coach K as they preview what the Habs need to do to even up the series at 2 games a piece.
After a disastrous Game 3, the Canadiens will look to bounce back Tuesday when they face the Senators for the second time in Ottawa. The game is set to start at 7:00 and can be seen on RDS and CBC.
After watching and rewatching Game 3 of the Habs vs. Sens, I am neither disgusted nor ashamed of my Habs for there performance. Yes I can admit that we did get beat in most of the fights and got smoked in the score, but that is going to be just a small bump in the road for the overall playoff picture.
The Habs have now seen this type of total meltdown one too many times since clinching a playoff spot in early April of this shortened season. This is a very worrisome sign for the rest of the series against the Sens, it suggests, the series is pretty much over. Why so ?? Well, you are asking for a massive turnaround in effort and execution to take place. Or even more unlikely, a major letdown by a Sens team growing in confidence with their own play as the series progresses.
The Ottawa Senators, on the strength of a hat trick by Jean-Gabriel Pageau, not only beat the Canadiens handily 6-1 on the ice, but beat them into submission physically as well. Join Corey Collard, Jay Farrar, Dave Kellerman & Alex Rabbat as they try to put together an interesting show with the studio’s A/C on the fritz.