4 months ago
The MacKinnon For MVP Case And The State Of The Montreal Canadiens

Nobody played a full 82 this year, but that didn’t stop the writers and broadcasters at Sportsnet from casting awards ballots. Ryan and Rory offer up their personal picks and debate some of the closest races. Nathan MacKinnon over Leon Draisaitl for MVP? John Carlson or Roman Josi for the Norris? And who deserves more credit for Edmonton’s success, coach Dave Tippett or GM Ken Holland?

Then, Eric Engels joins the show for a big-picture look at the Montreal Canadiens. He has conducted extensive interviews with a number of Habs players during the forced hiatus and shares his thoughts on what Montreal might do with several soon-to-be UFAs, where heralded prospect Alexander Romanov fits into the roster and whether Marc Bergevin will be GMing for his job next season.

This episode is recorded and sound designed by Michael Myers, and hosted by Rory Boylen and Ryan Dixon.

Tape to Tape is powered by the RAM 1500 Sport, built exclusively for Canadians.

The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

Nobody played a full 82 this year, but that didn’t stop the writers and broadcasters at Sportsnet from casting awards ballots. Ryan and Rory offer up their personal picks and debate some of the closest races. Nathan MacKinnon over Leon Draisaitl for MVP? John Carlson or Roman Josi for the Norris? And who deserves more credit for Edmonton’s success, coach Dave Tippett or GM Ken Holland?

Then, Eric Engels joins the show for a big-picture look at the Montreal Canadiens. He has conducted extensive interviews with a number of Habs players during the forced hiatus and shares his thoughts on what Montreal might do with several soon-to-be UFAs, where heralded prospect Alexander Romanov fits into the roster and whether Marc Bergevin will be GMing for his job next season.

This episode is recorded and sound designed by Michael Myers, and hosted by Rory Boylen and Ryan Dixon.

Tape to Tape is powered by the RAM 1500 Sport, built exclusively for Canadians.

The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.