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With Daren Millard, Nick Kypreos, Doug MacLean, Gord Stellick & Colby Armstrong

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Feb. 19: John Hynes pushing Hart for Taylor Hall
February 19 2018
We may actually have action on trade deadline day (3:13); Should the Jets tweak their lineup? (8:36); Devils coach John Hynes on team's bounceback season, leadership of Taylor Hall (28:19); Capitals acquire defenceman Michal Kempny from Blackhawks (40:56).
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Devils coach wants Taylor Hall's name to be in Hart conversation
February 19 2018
John Hynes shares his thoughts regarding their fight for a wild card, changing the identity of the team, entering training camp with the bad taste of finish last the previous season, the play of Will Butcher, Taylor Hall's leadership, Pavel Zacha's development, and when it caught up to him that he's a head coach in the NHL.
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Patrik Elias on seeing his #26 getting raised to the rafters
February 16 2018
The former NHL forward touches on getting his jersey retired by the Devils, almost being a Ranger, making the decision to retire, the state of his health, if he has any interest to work again in the NHL in another capacity, the Pyeongchang Games going on without NHLers, and . . . his bird call.
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Feb. 16: Blue GM on Soshnikov trade
February 16 2018
Why did the Leafs move Nikita Soshnikov for a draft pick? (2:02); Canada versus USA women's hockey is outstanding (9:59); Blues GM Doug Armstrong on acquiring Soshnikov (15:31); Patrik Elias on getting his jersey retired by the Devils (29:21).
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Blues GM discusses his plans for newly acquired Soshnikov
February 16 2018
Doug Armstrong provides his thoughts regarding where Nikita Soshnikov slides into his plans, if he talks to his players before making a personnel move, if there's any concerns about the health of his newest winger, the recent play of his squad, if he expects to make more deals before trade deadline, and the NHL non being involved in the Olympics.
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Feb. 15: Martin Brodeur on CAN at Pyeongchang
February 15 2018
Thoughts on Canadian men's and women's performances at Olympic tournament thus far (1:19); NHL great Martin Brodeur assesses the Canadian Olympic men's team (6:05); Frederik Andersen is stealing games for the Maple Leafs (20:17); Leafs alumnus Mike Zigomanis on his involvement with Leafs Nation Winter Week (40:44).
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Martin Brodeur says work ethic will be Canada's calling card
February 15 2018
The NHL careers win leader. who had a hand in building the men's hockey entry for the Pyeongchang Games, discusses the team's 5-1 win over Switzerland, advice he had for Ben Scrivens, the mindset when it came to selecting the coaching staff, the importance of goaltending in short tournaments, the competition, the squad's identity, and a player who stood out in terms of leadership.
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Feb. 14: Phaneuf trade starts deadline dash
February 14 2018
Breaking down the Dion Phaneuf trade (0:56); Do the Senators have the fan base to rebuild? (11:07); Columbus GM Jarmo Kekalainen on his Blue Jackets roller coaster ride (16:21); Will the Blackhawks actually rebuild? (32:49); Todd Warriner on his involvement with Leafs Nation Winter Week (39:53).
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Blue Jackets GM staying positive heading into trade deadline
February 14 2018
Jarmo Kekalainen shares his insights on the difficulty of making deals only days before the trade deadline, the issues with his special teams, whether his plans have been affected by the recent struggles, Oliver Bjorkstrand thriving on the second line, Ryan Murray's health status, and John Tortorella's "mellow" nature of late.
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Feb. 13: The PK Subban subject is taboo in Montreal
February 13 2018
Daren, Nick, and John recap the Leafs - Bolts from last night (3:34); Who wants Ryan McDonough at the trade deadline (11:39); The Blackhawks get blown out by the Coyotes (26:42); TVA Sports' Louis Jean talks the activity behind the scenes down in Montreal (32:49).
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Feb. 12: Soshnikov is where???
February 12 2018
What's Matt Martin's value in Leafs' lineup? (4:27); Nikita Soshnikov on Leafs IR . . . but he looked fine with Marlies (11:57); Brendan Gallagher vs. P.K. Subban (14:30); Penguins currently the scariest team in the NHL? (23:53); SN's Chris Johnston on Soshnikov situation, Josh Leivo's reported trade request, Senators' front office moves (29:50).
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Things got muddier with Soshnikov & Leivo's respective situations
February 12 2018
SN Sr. hockey writer Chris Johnston provides his thoughts on Nikita Soshnikov being placed on Leafs IR despite looking fine when playing for the Marlies, Lou Lamoriello stating Josh Leivo didn't make a trade request, which team will be most active before trade deadline, and the front office moves with the Senators.
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Brad Treliving not a fan of getting rentals, but . . .
February 09 2018
The Flames GM discusses his mindset heading into the trade deadline, the club having a better record on the road, why Micheal Ferland won't be dangled to other teams, how much the market is affected by the Rangers publicly announcing they're sellers, and how Sean Monahan can be even better.
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Feb. 9: NHL trade season taking shape
February 09 2018
Should the Rangers be openly declaring that they are sellers? (7:45); Flames GM Brad Treliving getting set to buy at the deadline (29:06).
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February 8: Is there a battle for first in the Atlantic?
February 08 2018
Daren, Doug, and Nick on the reason behind the Bruins's success (11:11); do the Leafs have a chance to catch the Bruins and Lightning? (14:51); Leafs need to be heavier to be a contender (17:10); Frederik Andersen has surpassed expectations (19:32); Kapanen is good but doesn't make them heavier (22:00); Alex Burrows got what he deserved (34:30); Turris making his return to Ottawa tonight (38:32).
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Predators Asst. GM calls Forsberg's suspension 'interesting'
February 07 2018
Paul Fenton talks to the boys about the conversations that happen at the draft table, the return of Mike Fisher, Kevin Fiala finding his scoring touch, the organisation's deep talent on the blueline, Filip Forsberg's suspension, and young talent Viktor Arvidsson.
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Feb. 7: Paul Fenton on his climbing Predators
February 07 2018
Tuukka Rask the favourite for the Vezina? (1:58); Could Patrice Bergeron win the Hart? (4:29); What do the Leafs want at the trade deadline? (9:25); What will Rick Nash get on the market? (17:21); CHL on SN's Sam Cosentino on top prospects list (23:27); Predators assistant GM Paul Fenton on club fighting for West's top seed (33:20).
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Feb. 6: Could the offensive minded Leafs win in the playoffs?
February 06 2018
Daren Millard, Colby Armstrong and Nick Kypreos look at the Leafs, they have a team that can outscore anyone but is that the type of play that wins in the playoffs? No... (4:00); whether or not the Oilers can make a playoff push (10:03); What can the Islanders do to keep John Tavares on the Island?(22:02); Don't look know but the Penguins are looking like their old selves(33:08); Finally Larry Brooks joins the show to tee up the Rangers plans at the deadline (36:04)
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Time for Rangers to step back to take two steps forward
February 06 2018
The New York Post's Larry Brooks explains why he believes the Rangers will be sellers before trade deadline, why Henrik Lundqvist's play isn't enough to salvage the season, and what the team needs to do for next year.
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Feb. 5: The Penguins are rolling; Leafs still have questions
February 05 2018
Penguins GM Jim Rutherford on his team's turnaround since January & return of Marc-André Fleury (3:06); Thoughts on Josh Leivo's trade request (19:19); Maple Leafs got a wake-up call Saturday versus Bruins (22:24); Starting to think about trade deadline day - three weeks away (30:43); Rick Nash gives Rangers his no-trade list - is Columbus an option? (40:29).
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Jim Rutherford: If we didn't do a tribute for Fleury, the fans would
February 05 2018
The Penguins GM discusses on his club's turnaround since January, the struggle to stay patient during the first couple of months during the season, the job of getting back into the game mentally after winning it all, his current assessment of the team, and Marc-Andre Fleury's return to Pittsburgh Tuesday.
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Feb. 2: Hot Leafs face tough test in Boston
February 02 2018
What would Doug be like as an NHL coach today? (03:14); Would Doug GM an expansion Seattle team if they asked? (11:41); The goaltender interference rule continues to be tough to understand (19:23); Bruins forward David Backes on what turned his club's season around (28:23).
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David Backes on what's fuelled his Bruins to league's top tier
February 02 2018
The Bruins forward discusses what turned the fortuned for the club, the physicality all four lines bring, the confusion over the goaltender interference rule, the talent that is Patrice Bergeron, the mix of vets & young players on a line, the ice time for Sean Kuraly, and his health after colon surgery.
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Feb. 1: Have the Leafs found the winning roster?
February 01 2018
Travis Dermott is the type of defenseman teams are looking for in 2018 (1:23); What does John Tavares say to his team after a loss like that? (11:39); Is the idea of 'fast hockey' over rated? (17:29); Are there any rats left in the NHL? (35:06).
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Jan. 31: The "new look" Maple Leafs
January 31 2018
The relationship between Mike Babcock and Lou Lamoriello (17:29); Maple Leafs make line changes (22:17); Could John Tavares be a Maple Leaf? (25:45); Should teams like Montreal and Vancouver be tanking instead of winning? (34:00).
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Jan. 30: Patrick Marleau on adjusting to Toronto
January 30 2018
Do Oilers have a chance to make the playoffs? (10:09); Where will John Tavares be signing? (17:19); Leafs forward Patrick Marleau looking forward to more ice time with Mitch Marner (24:22); Sportsnet's Leah Hextall on her nerves before doing CWHL play-by-play (33:45).
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Leah Hextall on calling the shots in the CWHL
January 30 2018
The broadcaster joins the crew to chat about doing play-by-play for the CWHL, the difficulty in preparing for the task, thinking up a signature goal call, and the instrumental role Cassie Campbell played in setting up an all female broadcast team.
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Patrick Marleau: It's been a big learning curve, but it's been fun
January 30 2018
The Maple Leafs winger talks about his first half-season with his new club, his relationship with Mitch Marner & Auston Matthews, the intermission speech in the January 20 game vs. the Senators, how often he had to speak out in San Jose, and aiming for another 30-goal season.
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Jan. 29: A debrief of the NHL's All-Star Weekend
January 29 2018
Recap of All-Star weekend (1:55); SN NHL analyst John Garrett with an All-Star Game story from the 1980s (5:42); Jaromir Jagr clears waivers - end of a great career? (21:55); SN Sr. hockey writer Chris Johnston on goaltender interference regulations (27:02).
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Young NHL stars pushing league to address goal reviews
January 29 2018
The guys ring up SN Sr. hockey writer Chris Johnston provides his takeaways from the 2018 NHL All-Star weekend, and talks about the latest regarding the frustration with the goalie interference rule, video review for off-sides, the expansion draft Seattle will experience, and expectations for trade deadline.
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Jan. 26: Auston Matthews on sophomore season
January 26 2018
Nazem Kadri found his offence, (6:21); Flames' lackluster offence and power play (9:01); Goalie interference calls & Connor McDavid's sassy gesture (11:40); What team is the biggest surprise this season (17:08); Auston Matthews on playing time, changing expectations, relationship with William Nylander & Mitch Marner (24:24).
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Auston Matthews: Bigger expectations from outside & from within
January 26 2018
The Maple Leafs' centre discusses what he does to pump himself up just before a game, how his sophomore season compares to his rookie campaign, his shot release, the play of William Nylander & Mitch Marner & the relationship among the trio, once again participating in the All-Star weekend, Frederik Andersen's personality in-and-out of the rink, and the speed & stick of Patrick Marleau.
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Jan. 25: Colin Campbell on review controversies
January 25 2018
Colin Campbell on the "controversy" around goaltender interference calls, the struggle to improve video review, how he would make the process better (3:31); Brad Marchand suspended for five games (26:27); Senators step closer to getting a new home downtown (28:09); Jonathan Quick will miss the All-Star Game but dressed for last night's game (30:36); CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game tonight (41:11).
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Colin Campbell: Maybe we're being too fine with interference calls
January 25 2018
The Senior Executive Vice President of Hockey Operations joins Daren Millard, John Shannon, and Doug MacLean to discuss the controversy surrounding goalie interference calls around the NHL lately.
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Jan. 24: Oilers are anything but contenders
January 24 2018
Brad Marchand may get a suspension (00:46); Patrick Marleau & Frederik Andersen speak up about their team's troubles (5:22); Oilers have gone from contenders to collapse (11:08); Blackhawks power play has been awful at home 20:26; Sidney Crosby is a far greater leader than the young Connor McDavid (26:57); Even the Blue Jackets are getting thumped by the Golden Knights (35:37).
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Jan. 23, 2018
January 23 2018
Auston Matthews' disallowed goal was ridiculous (11:04); What's your favourite division to watch? (19:24); John Tortorella allows his Blue Jackets to go out in Vegas (20:17); NHL on NBC's Ed Olczyk with a couple of funy stories about Nick Kypreos & Glenn Healy (32:09).
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Eddie Olczyk with tales about surprise playing time for Nick Kypreos & a soaked Glenn Healy
January 23 2018
The NHL on NBC broadcaster discusses his battle with cancer and shares stories of playing with Nick Kypreos for Mike Keenan during their days with the New York Rangers.
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Even Marc-Andre Fleury wouldn't have bet on Vegas being in NHL's penthouse
January 22 2018
The Golden Knights goalkeeper discusses his club's improbable run to the top of the NHL standings, which teammate caught his eye the most, how much guys talk about beating their former teams, if the squad is already thinking about how to continue their success in the postseason, and settling into his new home.
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Jan. 22, 2018 featuring Marc-Andre Fluery
January 22 2018
Ugly Senators loss to Maple Leafs on Saturday (13:42); Some leadership coming out lately from Leafs veterans (17:33); Golden Knights goalie Marc-Andre Fluery on his team leading the NHL standings (29:44); CHL on SN's Sam Cosentino on midterm prospect rankings (38:42).
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Jan. 19, 2018
January 19 2018
HNIC's Don Cherry on Hockey Day in Canada, being "screeched-in," Leafs' OT loss, the Bruins' style of play, the Canadiens' centre problems, Golden Knights' success (2:46); Wide-open MVP race? (35:03); Eric Lindros' jersey retirement ceremony (40:51).
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Don Cherry on screech, the game today, Lindros, Bruins' unexpected success, Vegas still Golden
January 19 2018
The hockey icon talks to the boys about being screeched-in, being in Newfoundland for Hockey Day in Canada, a rule he would like changed, the talent that is Eric Lindros, his love of Kevin Bieksa, the surprisingly good Bruins, who's to blame for the Leafs allowing a shorthanded goal in their loss to the Flyers, problems with the Canadiens, and how far the Golden Knights can go.
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Jan. 18, 2018
January 18 2018
Eric Lindros had that unique combination of size, skill, and grace (1:05); Mike Babcock receiving a good amount of criticism lately (18:16); Canadiens' continue to struggle and Carey Price can't bail them out (29:34); Is Corey Crawford out for the rest of the season? (38:40).
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Kevin Stevens: I had a lot of times where you would have thought I hit rock bottom
January 17 2018
The former NHL forward joins Jeff Marek, Doug Maclean, and Nick Kypreos to discuss his 25-year fight with addiction, and allowing a documentary to be made about his struggles.
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Jan. 17, 2018
January 17 2018
Mike Babcock making odd Maple Leafs' ice-time decisions lately, including in their loss to the Blues (1:02); The Bruins are tough to beat (23:33); Former NHLer Kevin Stevens discusses his 25-year fight with addiction and life after the NHL (29:05).
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Glen Gulutzan on his audition to be Canada's Olympic javelin thrower
January 16 2018
The Flames coach discusses how he's spending his bye week, the reaction from his family & players to his stick toss, the frustration which led to the throw, playing for emotional coaches, what led to Micheal Ferland's productive numbers, and Mark Jankowski's successful insertion into the lineup.
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