The Next Ones Podcast: Discussing Canada’s returning WJC players

Jeff Marek and Sam Cosentino are joined by Saginaw Spirit head coach Troy Smith, discuss Canada’s returning players at the World Junior Championships and all the headlines from across the CHL.

Block 1
– The Soo win for the 14th consecutive time last weekend and Conor Timmins is standing out as one of the top defensive prospects in hockey..
– QMJHL commissioner Gilles Courteau issues an apology to Jordan Boyd’s family and unveils extensive changes to player safety protocols.
-In the WHL, Calen Addison is turning heads as a 2018 draft prospect after scoring eight points in four games last week
– Canada’s preliminary roster is released and the guys focus in on returning players such as Jake Bean and Dillon Dube. Will they also get Tyson Jost and Victor Mete back from the NHL?

Block 2
– Saginaw Spirit head coach Troy Smith reacts to his team’s incredible seven-goal comeback on Saturday night against the OHL’s best team, Sarnia.

Block 3
– There’s a new No. 1 in the CHL’s Top 10 rankings, but Sam gives the Q’s top team, Blainville-Boisbriand, its due.
– Sam’s December draft rankings are out. The guys focus on Noah Dobson and Andrei Svechnikov.
– Svechnikov makes his return to the Barrie Colts lineup on the CHL Saturday Showcase when the Oshawa Generals visit Barrie.

The Next Ones
The Next Ones - Dec. 6th. 2017
Originally aired December 06 2017

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