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HabsFan vs. LeafsFan - Season 2, Episode 17.

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HabsFan vs. LeafsFan - Season 2, Episode 17.

Taken 4: Carey Price Unleashed (0:00)

You won't believe your ears after listening to exclusive HvL footage of Carey Price in his media scrum following his recent victory against Columbus. In the belligerent and truculent tradition of Liam Neeson, Charles Bronson, and Clint Eastwood, comes the story of one man and his annoyance with the Montreal media and their heartless search for sensationalistic headlines.

HvL Banter (2:08)

Kamal and Ari review a week filled with highs and lows and questionable tweets from the President while mulling over their lingering concerns over impact players such as William Nylander, Mitch Marner, Carey Price, and David Schlemko.

HabsFan Rant (12:13)

Rehman offers a touching lamentation on how the NHL is two steps behind in their evolution as a "dynamic" league where legitimate goals are inexplicably disallowed even when slo-mo replay comes to save the day.

LeafsFan Rant (13:43)

Shapiro rambles fruitlessly at the prospect of Nylander finishing with 16 goals on the year while reminding others that heroes are found in all forms, shapes, and sizes - especially if you're part of the third phase Marvel universe.

Exclusive interviews with Hockey Night in Canada rinkside reporter Kyle Bukauskas (@SNkylebukauskas), legendary sportscaster Joe Tilley (@joeswisstv), and Sportsnet Fan 590 radio host Roger Lajoie (@TheRog590) (15:20)

Thanks to our expanded budget and desire to bring you only the most compelling perspectives across the hockey universe, HvL is thrilled to deliver a triumvirate of interviews that will leave you breathless and wanting more. Kyle, Joe, and Roger drop by with their candidly earthy and progressive outlook at the Maple Leafs and Canadiens.

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