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Welcome to Hab A Listen, the latest podcast offering from Rocket Sports Radio! Lewis & Gibby are the two hosts of Hab A Listen. The two are high energy podcasters who are funny and still give you raw, real, authentic sports knowledge.

In this week’s episode Lewis & Gibby discuss the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs and check in on how each series is moving along. They also check up on how their pre-round predictions are holding up such as series winners, scoring leaders and how many games the two have predicted.

Prospects, when should teams give up on them? Is one season a good enough sample size to determine the overall skill and talent of a player or do you need more of a sample size? Is the new “speed based” game the best product the NHL has ever had? Lewis & Gibby discuss both of these interesting questions regarding prospects and young player. Find out what exactly Lewis & Gibby have to say about it and their personal thoughts.

Youppi a fan favourite mascot, but Lewis & Gibby discuss whether or not its time for the Canadiens to perhaps venture off from Youppi and find a new mascot…they give their thoughts on a potential new mascot and if a new mascot is a new possibility in Habs land.

Word on the Birds is a newer segment the two have introduced for the past few episodes…Lewis & Gibby being from Toronto, discuss the Toronto Blue Jays weekly and give their input regarding the Blue Jays all season long. Tune in and see what the two discuss regarding the boys in blue.

Check out a new episode of Hab A Listen every Wednesday, where Lewis & Gibby discuss Habs news, Habs rumours, anything Habs, and also discussing NHL league news. They have miscellaneous sports news as well, tune in and “Hab a Listen“!

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