Shooting Da Breeze – November 2020 Edition – Part 2

This is a rarity. Too much material to talk about during the off-season? I guess it’s been a while since we’ve touched on several of the topics surrounding the Montreal Canadiens. So in the second part of this edition, we will touch on topics such as Pierre-Luc Dubois’ take on Josh Anderson, what he brings to the team, particularly to Jonathan Drouin, the left wing with Tomas Tatar and Paul Byron, Marc Bergevin’s next steps, the NHL forcing teams to get a third jerseys, amongst other things. Please feel free to share and as usual, comments are always welcome.

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Taylor’s Name Just Won’t Go Away But Will the Habs Go Hall-In?

Those who know me well also know how I feel about rumours and while hypothetical scenarios are fun to discuss, very few of them ever become reality. If it doesn’t come from Bob McKenzie, Pierre LeBrun, Elliotte Friedman or Darren Dreger, people should pay little to no attention to rumours as too often, they are simply made-up to get hits on websites, listenership on radio or internet, or viewership on television. Yeah, I know, once in a while, some will come through from lesser known rumouroids but if you throw enough shit on the wall, some will eventually stick. It doesn’t make them legit, it makes them lucky! The only place you need to look daily to keep well informed of NHL rumours is through Spector’s Hockey. Lyle Richardson doesn’t start rumours, he gathers all relevant information from different sources around the NHL and puts it all together, with his own thoughtful comments, for our pleasure and enjoyment.

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