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Habs Lunch: Which Canadiens duo are you most excited for?
Mitch Gallo and Sean Campbell dedicate an hour to the Montreal Canadiens and discuss line combinations live from CN SportsPlex in Brossard.
O'Connor: I don't think Heineman will be sent to Laval
JP O'Connor joins Mitch Gallo and Sean Campbell on Hockey Heaven at Eleven to talk about the Montreal Canadiens.
Pearson: Excited to play for Marty
The newest Hab, Tanner Pearson joins Campbell v Gallo live at Brossard CN SportsPlex to discuss how he'll adjust in Montreal.
Denis: Habs expectations
With the Habs main camp open, let's talk Habs expectations for a new season
Lalonde: An industry wide problem!
On the heels of the Mike Babcock incident, let’s discuss an industry-wide problem which is the repeated cases of coaches in sports that mishandle their duties and responsibilities. Babcock is one of many examples of coaches that are sanctioned for their inability to handle athletes with modern care and leadership. So why do coaches behave like this? How about the organizations that hire individuals with a background of questionable actions? And what needs to be done to eliminate such conduct?
McGuire: Farrell knows how to create space
TSN hockey analyst Pierre McGuire on the Habs prospects looking to impress at camp, what he makes of some recent moves made and how well set up the Habs are to start the season
Ward: St. Louis is a modern day coach
Former NHl defenceman Aaron Ward on the difference between an old school coach and a modern day coach and why the Canadiens are so well positioned with Martin St. Louis leading this young team
Miller: Byron earned every second in the NHL
TSN hockey analyst Gord Miller shares his thoughts on Mike Babcock and why he has all the time world for players like Paul Byron who announced his retirement today
Haig: Fennario was a rock and roller to his soul
Terry Haig joins the show to talk about the passing of his good friend David Fennario and shares some memories about this groundbreaking Montreal playwright who passed away last week at the age of 76
Maas: Things to work on down the stretch
Win four in a row and lose four in a row. What does coach Jason Maas think about his team down the home stretch
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