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Habsent Minded Episode 13: Carey Price’s place in history

In this episode, we talk about Carey Price’s spot in history, Jeff Petry’s play without Shea Weber, as well as Canadiennes and prospect talk.

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The Montreal Canadiens had another successful week and Jared Book and Namiko Hitotsubashi talk about the Canadiens’ last week.

They talk about Carey Price joining Patrick Roy in franchise wins, as well as him becoming the goaltender spending the most amount of time in the Habs crease. How will history remember Price in the pantheon of great goaltenders?

Jeff Petry was put in the unenviable position to replace Shea Weber over the last two seasons, and he’s actually done a good job. Why does he inherit so much dislike from fans?

The Canadiennes swept the defending champions, and Canadiens prospects in the AHL and beyond have put up great starts. Patrik Bexell spoke to Jacob Olofsson and his coach Fredrik Andersson and we have the audio for you as well.

Note: Due to technical issues, the podcast was delayed in publishing. It was recorded before the game against the Buffalo Sabres, and you may hear some minor audio issues (a slight background knocking) in the first part of the podcast.

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