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HabsFan vs. LeafsFan - Season 2, Episode 12.

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HabsFan vs. LeafsFan - Season 2, Episode 12. 

The Sad Tale of Old Man Bergevin (0:00).

In the finest spirit of Halloween and Edgar Allan Poe, HvL is thrilled to bring you a closer look at the tragic tale of a well-intentioned man living on borrowed time in a cosmopolitan neighbourhood filled with spoiled children; it's basically a Shakespearian tragedy with a poem in the opening.

HvL Banter (2:30).

Kamal and Ari usher in evil spirits and voodoo magic as they commiserate on the changing direction of their teams and why jumping to early conclusions in the NHL is like appreciating the philanthropic motives of corporate lobbyists.

Interview with JD Bunkis (@JDBunkis), host of "Good Show" on Sportsnet Fan 590 (9:40).

The ridiculously talented JD joins the show to regale us with his thoughts on the surrealism of Stanley Cup hype, if the Leafs front office will make a big trade for an extended playoff run, and if Montreal can genuinely rely on Carey Price as their saviour and trump card in a world gone mad.

Interview with Tony Ambrogio (@Tony_Ambrogio), freelancer with TSN & TSN 1050 (23:40).

A true sportscasting legend, Tony drops by to offer us his thoughts on frenzied Maple Leafs fans, his perspective on accelerating the process with key players, and if the Habs have any hope in hell to rebound from a mathematically gruesome start.

"on hallow's eve the children would play - tricking and treating as hard as they may - on the streets of rue champlain and st. luc they came - gleefully dancing with no one to blame - and so without warning came a frightful shriek - a darkened neighbourhood to frighten the meek - and inside an embattled house within - lived a devilish old grinch named marc bergevin." (Intro Poem)

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