This week on Habsent Minded, Jared Book is joined by Scott Matla and Namiko Hitotsubashi.
The big story this week was that Shea Weber underwent knee surgery for a torn meniscus and will be out until mid-December. What does it mean for the Canadiens defence heading into the start of the season?
We take a question from a listener who asks whether the Canadiens can be competitive within 2-3 years and take advantage of Carey Price and Weber’s contributions.
We also look at the free agency period and the decisions that were made by Marc Bergevin as well as a bit on the new assistant coach of the Laval Rocket, Alexandre Burrows.
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