The Last Word on Habs Pod is brought to you by the Last Word on Sports Network. Co-hosted by the LWOH Montreal Canadiens team manager Connor Lapalme and Johannes Wheeldon, it is a weekly look at the Habs and features guests from the Last Word on Sports community and others. Join us for smart takes, controversial opinions, and news you can use about the Montreal Canadiens.
Last Word on Habs Pod: Montreal Canadiens are Lost
This week the guys look back on the trade deadline and what he Habs did. Can Jonathon Merrill and Erik Gustafsson help the Habs struggling defence? Well, their quarantine period is coming to an end so we will see this week, hopefully.
The Habs had some games to play also. Unfortunately for the fans, we had to watch them. On the bright side, the Habs went 2-2 in their four games. The bad part is they looked absolutely terrible in the last three games. Something is not right in Habs land. The guys do their best to get to the bottom of the issue. They also try to keep their spirits up… not an easy task.
All this and coaching decisions, does Cole Caufield play with the Habs this year, the schedule, is Marc Bergevin making lineup decisions, will the Habs make the playoffs and much much more!
Thanks to Ethan Meixsell, Topher Mohr and Alex Elena, and Silent Partner for their musical contributions to the Last Word on Habs Pod.
The Last Word on Habs Podcast is brought to you by the Last Word on Sports Network. Co-hosted by the Montreal Canadiens team managers Connor Lapalme and Johannes Wheeldon, it is a weekly look at the Habs, news, notes, arguments, and aspirations. It features guests from the Last Word on Sports community.
Johannes Wheeldon is a father, author, college professor, and criminal justice consultant. Mostly he is a Habs fan with plenty of opinions. Contact him on Twitter @justicelawdev.
Connor Lapalme is a writer and editor of the Last Word on Hockey. A passionate Hockey and Habs fan, Connor is never afraid to share his opinion. Contact him on Twitter @Connor_Lapalme.
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