This week on the podcast with Ryan Kennedy and Ken Campbell: - NHL and NHLPA - what's the deal? Are we going to get this season going or what? - The NWHL is heading into a bubble for a concentrated season. What do we think of this? - Tampa Bay re-signs Mikhail Sergachev, but is now over the cap with Anthony Cirelli and Erik Cernak still unsigned. Is dealing Tyler Johnson going to be enough? And what will that cost? - COVID-19 has shut down a lot of local teams and leagues, but businesses and schools are still open to the public nearly everywhere in North America. Is minor hockey getting a raw deal? And more!
This week on the show, top 2021 NHL draft prospect Luke Hughes joins Steven Ellis and Ryan Kennedy to chat about his season so far through COVID-19, his future at the University of Michigan and the biggest lessons learned from brothers Jack and Quinn. Plus, the hosts answer your questions.
This week on The Hockey News Podcast with hosts Ryan Kennedy and Ken Campbell: - The NHL released all 31 Reverse Retro jerseys. Who are the winners and losers? - Why has Mike Hoffman still not signed? - The league and its players are still working on Jan 1 target date. Do we think it can happen? - There's been a lot of talk about which team had the best offseason. But who are the top bust teams for 2020-21? - Which host would win an arm wrestle? And more!
This week on the Women's Hockey Life podcast, Jaclyn Hawkins chats with three-time Olympic medalist, former PWHPA member, CWHL and NWHL player and mother, Meghan Duggan. After announcing her retirement only a few short weeks ago, Meghan goes in-depth on her successful hockey career as she discusses the Olympics, the hardships and successes she has experienced, her support system and her son, George As Meghan details her career, she talks about having the goal of being an Olympic hockey player as a young girl and the way she shaped herself to ensure her goal was met. Also, as the U.S. Women's National team captain for 2014 and 2018, she reflects on her experiences as a leader and the tough conversations she was a part of in regards to the 2017 boycott of the world championships. Despite the difficulty of discussing a career as monumental as Meghan's in under an hour, she certainly packs in a powerful and inspirational conversation for listeners.
The Hockey News Prospect Podcast returns with Steven Ellis and Ryan Kennedy to chat about: - Is Vasili Podkolzin's development being hurt in the KHL? - Owen Power not attending Canada's World Junior Championship camp - The fight for the 2021 Calder Trophy - Which 2020 draft prospects will make the jump to the NHL - Yaroslav Askarov And more!
This week on The Hockey News Podcast: It's another all-mailbag edition! Senior writers Ken Campbell, Ryan Kennedy and Matt Larkin tackle questions such as: - What should Jim Nill do with the Dallas Stars in the next few years? - What prospect could go from bust to breakout in the 2020-21 season? - Hot-take picks to be claimed in the expansion draft - Could an all-Canadian Division work as a long-term idea? - What NHL rule changes would we like to see? And many more!
Wendel Clark joins Mike Wilson and Rick Vaive on the show this week to talk about policing on-ice fights, the biggest change hockey since the 80s and his career with the Toronto Maple Leafs, from start to finish
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This week on the Women's Hockey Life Podcast, Jaclyn Hawkins speaks with Pearle Nerenberg, owner of Eat This For Performance and former women's ice hockey player for Cornell University. Pearle discusses her path to Cornell University and how hockey led her to work in nutrition. Her dedication and drive to help her teammates and family members were the beginning of her journey to working with athletes to improve their nutritional health. She details the lack of information on nutrition she received as a student-athlete and that often the information that was supplied was confusing and hard to follow. She admits that she knew there had to be a better way to break down useful tips for eating for performance. From that point on, her hard work ethic and determination led her to launch her own business, Eat This For Performance, which allows hers to assist athletes become the best version of themselves through proper nutrition.
This week on The Hockey News Podcast, with senior writers Ken Campbell, Ryan Kennedy and Matt Larkin: - The OHL may ban bodychecking as a result of an Ontario government ruling prohibiting physical contact. Would that plan actually reduce the risk of COVID-19 exposure, though? - The Arizona Coyotes and the University of North Dakota have dropped Mitchell Miller in light of the news about his racism and assault on Isaiah Meyer-Crothers. Will Miller ever get another chance in competitive hockey? Should he? - Seattle Kraken GM Ron Francis says the flat salary cap could benefit his team in the expansion draft. Could Seattle duplicate Vegas' instant success? - The NHL's priority is a full 82-game schedule in 2021-22, Seattle's inaugural campaign. Is it worth "punting" the 2020-21 season and keeping it short and safe in the name of protecting 2021-22? - The Sedins will have to wait until 2022 to be Hall of Fame inductees after the 2020 class has been pushed to 2021. Who might join the Sedins as 2022 inductees? - Listener mailbag, including: Who takes a bigger step back…the Blues or the Bruins? And more!
This week on the show, former NHL goaltender and current NHL Alumni executive director/president Glenn Healy joins to chat about what the
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