The season is over, as the Montreal Canadiens lose Game 5 6-1 to the Ottawa Senators. Join, , & Simon Tsalikis as they look into the future, and talk about what the Habs must do moving forward.
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, , Simon Tsalikis, Jay Farrar and his brother Annakin Slayd, who breakdown this painstaking loss that leaves the Habs on the brink of elimination.
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, Jay Farrar, Dave Kellerman & Alex Rabbat as they try to put together an interesting show with the studio’s A/C on the fritz.
After 50 shots against Craig Anderson and a 5 minute power play in the second period, the Habs manage to let this game slip away, losing Game 1 to the Ottawa Senators 4-2. Joinas he welcomes , Kamal Panesar and radio legend Larry Day to discuss the game’s highlights. also weighs in about Toronto-centric journalism during the second segment.
In what can only be described as the worst defensive game of the season for the Montreal Canadiens, they fell tonight to the lowly Philadelphia Flyers 7-3 in front of a sellout crowd at the Bell Centre. Joinas he welcomes Jay Farrar, and the incomparable JD into the WSMN Studios to lay the smackdown on the Habs’ lack of intensity.