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HabsFan vs. LeafsFan - Season 2, Episode 1.

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HabsFan vs. LeafsFan - Season 2, Episode 1.

FanSided's newest hockey podcast is back! Join Kamal Rehman (HabsFan) and Ari Shapiro (LeafsFan) as they take you through a myriad of satirical sketches, sobering rants, compelling banter, and interviews.

Ser Patrick Marleau at Babcock Keep. (0:00)

Something evil lurks across the steppes of the North as legendary champion Ser Patrick Marleau of House Marleau arrives at Babcock Keep to be greeted by a desperate Maester Selke who seems utterly convinced that all that glitters isn't really gold. 

Andrei Markov KHL Press Conference. (4:15)

An exclusive look at the English-Russian translated press conference from the Akbars Kazan training facility as former NHL and Montreal Canadiens defenseman Andrei Markov speaks to the media in a spectacularly candid and blunt manner.

LeafsFan rant. (5:39)

Ari takes a moment to consider what the acquisition of Patrick Marleau really means and how a special relationship with Mike Babcock might signify the best and worst outcome for a neophyte team of young neophytes.

HabsFan rant. (6:58)

Kamal voices his profound displeasure at what the departure of Andrei Markov really means for the Habs and why he suspects Marc Bergevin might be up to something that might break the wheel and cost him his sanity.

Exclusive interviews with Andrew Boehmer (@EditorinLeaf) and Omar White (@FSAWinningHabit). (9:49)

We're thrilled to have the site experts of our affiliates joining us for tonight's podcast: Andrew Boehmer of Editor-in-Leaf and Omar White of A Winning Habit; two brilliant hockey minds at polar opposites in a world where the colours blue and red find themselves eternally at odds. Tune in to appreciate their exquisite perspectives on the upcoming Toronto and Montreal campaigns.

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