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Host Norm Szcyrek with cohosts Paul MacLeod and Jonathan Rebelo discussed the past three weeks of Montreal Canadiens games. The quarter mark of this season has recently passed, and we had much to talk about.

First segment from 00:00 – 9:04. Topics include:

– Introduction
– Habs trivia
– Canadiens recent press conference, where Marc Bergevin talked about several things including Cole Caufield expected to turn pro and we discussed if he’s ready
– Comparisons to Jake Evans’ college path to the NHL

Second segment from 9:05 – 18:23. Topics include:

– Paul Byron put on waivers and taxi squad implications
– Has Byron’s play suffered due to past injuries or something else
– Jesperi Kotkaniemi’s play in the first quarter
– Could Kotkaniemi be permanently promoted to play with better wingers while Phillip Danault who is struggling gets demoted

Third segment from 18:24 – 30:43. Topics include:

– Tomas Tatar a healthy scratch
– Will Tatar return to the lineup for the next game
– Analysis of Victor Mete’s play along with his trade demand
– Trade proposal with Calgary
– Other NHL trade rumours
– Pittsburgh Penguins newest GM and President

Fourth segment from 30:44 – 47:30. Topics include:

– Former Hab Alex Galchenyuk traded, again
– Montreal’s troubles against Ottawa this season and their upcoming games against them
– Habs struggling to play at home this season, again
– Max Domi demoted to a 4th line winger in Columbus and the trade of him for Josh Anderson
– Habs power play and might they remove Shea Weber from it

Fifth segment from 47:31 – 58:08. Topics include:

– Blindside headshots against Kotkaniemi and Evans without any league fines/suspensions
– What can the NHL do to remove these unnecessary hits from the game
– Shea Weber’s 1000th game and tribute
– TSN690 sports talk radio bringing up the Weber for Subban trade again
– Could next year’s Canadian Olympic team include Shea Weber
– Minor league Habs affiliate in the ECHL

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