MnM Hockey Podcast: Montreal Canadiens Fire Claude Julien, Jack Eichel, and More

Jack Eichel

Last Word on Hockey presents The MnM Hockey Podcast. The latest addition to the stable of LWOH Hockey Podcast Content. Every week Alex Metzger and Chace McCallum will share their thoughts on the news of the week, have a variety of guests from the world of hockey as well as spending some time on original segments. Sit back, listen, and enjoy some NHL news, analysis, and discussion.

Jack Eichel and Buffalo, Claude Julien Fired

Alex and Chace return with another week of breaking down the latest to happen around the NHL. They start by taking a look at the Montreal Canadiens firing Claude Julien. The two discuss whether or not it was the correct call, as well as what might be done to help fix this team. As well, is it Julien’s fault his teams shoot at a low percentage or is external factors?

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Then, they take a look at the Buffalo Sabres and their struggles. Discussing Jack Eichel, Taylor Hall, and more. Also, looking at what the future of the team holds and is there any chance they can turn it around quickly? Or would the best course of option be to tear it all down again? They also discuss what happens with Jack Eichel if it is the latter, and why drafting is such a crucial part of team success. The guys also quickly discuss Artemi Panarin and his leave of absence, and more so why there is no truly good outcome, but a less-bad one in the whole scenario.

Who are Alex and Chace? Alex and Chace are both from the Waterloo region in Ontario, Canada. Both of them grew up playing hockey and shortly after fell in love with analyzing it. Chace is a noted Leafs and Penguins fan, while Alex is a die-hard Senators fan. You can find Alex’s work at LastWordOnHockey.com and milehighhockey.com. You can also find Chace’s work at LastWordOnHockeycom.

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