Episode #193 – Canadien Tire Fire Centre

It’s beautiful in Vancouver. We moved outdoors to podcast as we enter the dull limbo between the Stanley Cup Final and the NHL Draft. But before we could get lethargic, the Montreal Canadiens made a questionable trade, which is something they seem to do on a regular basis around this time of year!

Geeta, Dave, and Ryan join you this week from the palatial estate’s balcony and start the show right off the bat talking about the Max Domi/Alex Galchenyuk trade. What were the Montreal Canadiens looking for exactly? Why let a 30 goal scorer (at one time or another) go for a guy that scored nine goals last year? Four of which were empty netters.

They also ask the tough question: Is Carey Price wasting his prime years in Montreal? Would the media and hockey fans scoff at him if he requested a trade? Or would he be applauded for the chance to play for a contender?

They also discuss the Karlsson/Hoffman peace bond in Ottawa. Absolutely awful, disgusting cyberbullying allegations have been made towards Hoffman’s partner. Will Mike Hoffman be dealt? Will Erik Karlsson finally be moved out of Ottawa? What can the Ottawa Senators do to put this once proud and successful NHL franchise back on track?

They also talk about the Vancouver Canucks. Nikita Tryamkin’s positive words regarding the chance of a comeback and much more!

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