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Tape to Tape NHL Podcast: Are the Jets better off keeping Wheeler at centre?
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On this week's episode, Ryan and Rory are joined by Sportsnet's Sean Reynolds to talk all things Winnipeg Jets, including whether or not the team should keep Blake Wheeler at centre, and if GM Kevin Cheveldayoff will have an active trade deadline.
Tape to Tape NHL Podcast: Breaking down and making sense of trade rumours
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Tape to Tape NHL Podcast: Has your perception of the Maple Leafs changed?
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Ryan and Rory chat about the possibility of moving William Nylander to centre and explore the kind of trades that could help Toronto's defence. Then, Eric Francis joins the boys to discuss what's clicked for the Flames, and his mid-season Hart winner.
Tape to Tape NHL Podcast: Building Canada-USA Olympic rosters with NHLers
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This week, Ryan and Rory are joined by Nick Alberga to talk about what the Canadian and American Olympic rosters could have looked like with NHL players -- plus Marc Moser joins the show to talk about what's behind the success of the Colorado Avalanche.
Tape to Tape NHL Podcast: Burning questions for the second half
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Tape to Tape NHL Podcast: Previewing the WJC
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Sportsnet’s Gare Joyce joins the show on the eve of the world juniors to give his thoughts on who might win the tournament and which prospects will shine.
Tape to Tape NHL Podcast: A present, and future, outlook for the Islanders
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Arthur Staple of Newsday speaks to Ryan and Rory about the offensively potent New York Islanders and the future of John Tavares. Then, Vegas director of hockey operations Misha Donskov joins the show to talk about the success of the Golden Knights.
Tape to Tape NHL Podcast: Draft rankings, and a thought for each Canadian team
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Tape to Tape NHL Podcast: Exploring the rise of the Winnipeg Jets
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On this week's episode, Ryan and Rory are joined by Sportsnet's Sean Reynolds to talk about the surging Winnipeg Jets and whether or not they are Canada's best NHL team.