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The Hockey PDOcast

The Hockey PDOcast

A hockey podcast hosted by Dimitri Filipovic that has been regressing to the mean since 2015.

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Episode 386: Expected by Exactly Whom

Chad DeDominicis joins the show to discuss the Buffalo Sabres, the cursed start to the season, and what to make of their strange underlying numbers. Topics include:

All of the bad luck they've suffered throughTheir historically bad 5v5 offenseHow shooting % fluctuations can mess with youDo they have the right system for their personnel?Pros and cons of low event hockeyIs Ralph Krueger best suited to be a coach?Victor Olofsson at 5v5 vs. on the power playThe mystifying way they've used Jeff SkinnerSkinner's value, trying to make it worth Ways to improve the team this seasonKeeping Jack Eichel happyEichel's shooting this yearTaylor Hall's future

If you're interested in the Blue Wire Hustle program discussed at the top of the show, you can submit your application here: http://bwhustle.com/join

2021-02-25
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Episode 385: Penguins Deep Dive

Jesse Marshall joins the show to help deep dive the Pittsburgh Penguins and their eventful start to the season. Topics include:

Surviving a bumpy first monthWhy they're fortunate to be where they areMaking sense of a strange underlying shot profileThe funk Evgeni Malkin has been inWhat's wrong with him, and how they can fix himMixing and matching in the top 6Bryan Rust proving he's totally legitJim Rutherford's unplanned exitImportance of coach and front office being on same pageManaging multiple timelines as organizationPutting players in position to succeed based on their skills Getting back to 5-on-5 dominance

If you're interested in the Blue Wire Hustle program discussed at the top of the show, you can submit your application here: http://bwhustle.com/join

2021-02-23
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Episode 384: Where it All Went Wrong

Harman Dayal and Satiar Shah join the show to discuss where things have went wrong for the Vancouver Canucks this season, how to divvy up the blame for it, and what they need to do to fix it moving forward. Topics include:

The bad optics of their offseasonDeeper rooted issues dating back yearsPaying for past mistakesIntentionally rebuilding vs. being bad by accidentHaving plan and executing it properlyGM vs. Owner vs. CoachFront office power strugglesOwnership meddling in movesMaking big changes now vs. offseasonLosing the roomGoaltending vs. defensive issuesHughes and Pettersson's struggles this yearThe impact on their next contractsTrying to salvage the rest of the seasonBig decisions coming up
2021-02-11
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Episode 383: Blockbuster Breakdown

Alison Lukan and Murat Ates join the show to discuss the blockbuster trade between the Blue Jackets and Jets, how Pierre-Luc Dubois and Patrik Laine will fit with their new teams, and how they can get the most out of them moving forward. Topics include:

The timeline leading up to the tradeWhat the market was actually like for DuboisWhy Jarmo Kekalainen made the moveWhy the Jets were the perfect trade partnerHow much of PLD's rep as a player is deservedHow his passing is a great fit next to Jets shootersWhether he'll be able to improve their team defenseWhere things went wrong for Laine in WinnipegWhat's to blame for the dip in his shooting %How CBJ can get his shot back to where it wasWhether CBJ's system can cover for his limitationsHow they can get the most out of his toolsWinners and losers of the tradeThe next contract for both
2021-01-27
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Episode 382: Winning Hab-its

Arpon Basu joins the show to help discuss the strong start to the season for the Montreal Canadiens, how their playing style and depth has helped them take advantage of a wide open North Division, and what we can learn from their early results. Topics include:

Their hot start offensivelyHow much stock to put into early season dataThe competition in the North DivisionHow they're taking advantage of opportunitiesHow they're creating those opportunitiesBalancing offense vs. defense, risk vs. rewardNick Suzuki's impressive start How and why he played them out of PLD talksThe team's forward depthThe future of the center positionPhillip Danault's value and next contractProtecting investment in PriceFuture questions they'll need to answer
2021-01-26
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Episode 381: The Thrill of Kirill

Michael Russo joins the show to help deep dive Kirill Kaprizov's immediate impact, why the wait appears to have been worth it, and how he's helping the Minnesota Wild change the public perception of their franchise. Topics include:

Why Kirill Kaprizov has captured everyone's attentionWhy the Wild desperately needed a talent like himWhat he does well, why he can succeed in the NHLWhat we can learn from his first couple gamesWild trying to change public perception of themGoals for this season and questions to answerKevin Fiala following up on his breakoutFuture contracts for Kaprizov and FialaLineup construction and team building theoryPlaying styles and helping stars shine
2021-01-20
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Episode 380: Narrative Street

Dom Luszczyszyn and Rob Pizzola join the show to discuss what we can learn from this unique season, the complicating factors to consider when picking winners, and some of the best bets on the board. Topics include:

Weird results in shortened seasonsThe importance of home ice advantage and travelBalancing human element and statistical modelingRange of outcomes in 1st half vs. 2nd halfMatchup trends and opponent familiarityWhether defensive teams will have early advantageBetting on bad teamsBest bets and team point totalsPlayer props and individual awards

If you're interested in the Blue Wire Hustle program discussed at the top of the show, you can submit your application here: http://bwhustle.com/join

2021-01-12
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Episode 379: Breakout Candidates in 2021

Andrew Berkshire joins the show to discuss potential breakout candidates for the coming season. Topics include:

What we're looking for when identifying potential breakoutsJack Hughes coming back stronger for Year 2Andrew Mangiapane in Calgary's Top 6Nick Suzuki building off bubble performanceMatt Grzelcyk taking advantage of opportunityBrady Tkachuk's underlying dominanceRasmus Dahlin reminding everyone how good he isAndrew's pick out of left fieldKirill Kaprizov's KHL resumeJuuse Saros' time is finally hereYoung defensemen finally being unleashed

If you're interested in the Blue Wire Hustle program discussed at the top of the show, you can submit your application here: http://bwhustle.com/join

2021-01-12
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Episode 378: Bubble Burst

Samantha Pell joins the show to help deep dive the Washington Capitals. We discuss their bizarre performance the last time we saw them, how it influenced their busy offseason, and what kind of effect all of those changes will have this year. Topics include:

What makes them one of the toughest teams to figure outWhy changes were necessary after the bubbleUnpacking all of their offseason movesPeter Laviolette's effect in Year 1How the team wants to play differentlyWhy they pursued and landed Zdeno CharaAlex Ovechkin's next contract and goal chaseIlya Samsonov having the crease to himselfPros and cons of having older team for this weird season

If you're interested in the Blue Wire Hustle program discussed at the top of the show, you can submit your application here: http://bwhustle.com/join

2021-01-11
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Episode 377: 2021 Watchability Rankings

Jeff Marek joins the show for this year's version of what's become an annual preseason tradition for the show - the Watchability Rankings. We discuss what we're looking forward to watching, and rank all 31 teams based on the entertainment value we think they'll provide in the 2021 season. Topics include:

How we put together our lists and tiered teamsWhat we find entertaining and worth watchingThe bad rebuilding teams already looking to the futureThe good defensive teams that aren't especially excitingThe teams that have a lot of brand new facesThe teams we're particularly high or low onThe usual suspects in the EastThe explosive Canadian Division

If you're interested in the Blue Wire Hustle program discussed at the top of the show, you can submit your application here: http://bwhustle.com/join

2021-01-04
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Episode 376: Rebuilding the Senators

Hailey Salvian joins the show to deep dive the Ottawa Senators rebuild. We discuss the issues that have plagued them in the past, what they've been up to this offseason, and the questions that need to be answered before they really turn things around. Topics include:

The fanbase's Melnyk FatigueWhether they made the most of their offseasonThe financial motives for their movesCreating environment to help young players transitionBrady Tkachuk's next contractThe pursuit of a number 1 centerPatiently seeing rebuild all the way throughHow expensive being a contender can beThe recent trades they've made

If you're interested in the Blue Wire Hustle program discussed at the top of the show, you can submit your application here: http://bwhustle.com/join

2020-12-29
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Episode 375: Things We're Interested In

Chris Johnston joins the show to discuss the players, teams, and stories we're most interested in heading into the 2021 season. The topics include:

Did Vegas get better after all of their moves?Colorado's new status as favouritesNathan MacKinnon's evolution in the bubbleConnor McDavid with a chip on his shoulderThe final chapters of Alex Ovechkin's storyThe unique nature of the Canadian DivisionTampa Bay without Kucherov or cap crunch
2020-12-24
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Episode 374: Canada vs. Russia, World Juniors 2011 Rewatch

Cam Robinson joins the show to help rewatch the Gold Medal Game from the 2011 World Juniors. We discuss Canada's epic collapse, Russia's thrilling comeback, everything that played into it, and what we've learned from it ten years later. Topics include:

The legacy of this gameWhat aged the bestWhat aged the worstThe TSN turning pointThe biggest heat check performanceThe questions that still remain unansweredThe pros and cons of the broadcastWho won the game
2020-12-22
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Episode 373: Rebuilding the Devils

Corey Masisak joins the show to deep dive the New Jersey Devils rebuild. We discuss where things went wrong last season, the questions that need to be answered, and how they can fix things moving forward. Topics include: Where things went wrong in 2019 for the Devils Why winning the offseason didn't translate into actual wins How invested the organization is in analytics The pros and cons of Lindy Ruff as a coach How legit Mackenzie Blackwood's second half tear was What Jack Hughes will look like in Year 2 Who stays and who goes in years to come
2020-12-11
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Episode 372: Rebuilding the Sharks

Sheng Peng joins the show to discuss why the San Jose Sharks suddenly find themselves in uncharted waters, what caused their nightmarish 2019-20 season and where the issues started, plus how they can ultimately get things back on track to prevent this from becoming the new normal for the organization. Topics include: 2:00 The price of being good for a long time 12:00 Death by 1000 cuts in summer of 2019 20:00 How they can fix things heading into next season 26:00 Separating goalie performance from defensive system 41:00 Running the offense through Brent Burns 46:00 Erik Karlsson's impact and availability 52:30 Marc-Edouard Vlasic's recent decline 1:03:00 The franchise's agenda moving forward
2020-12-04
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Episode 371: Game of Skill

Darryl Belfry joins the show to discuss his experiences working with the best players in the NHL, how stars use the offseason to work on their game and acquire new skills, and all of the different things that go into skills training at the highest level. Topics include: 2:00 Process of adding tools during the offseason 8:00 Crosby's endless pursuit of getting better 14:00 How MacKinnon fixed his shooting % 22:00 Different components that go into shooting the puck 32:00 Incorporating skills training into game situations 42:00 Performance indicators that'll translate to next level 53:00 Playing fast vs. skating fast, and the perception of speed
2020-11-23
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Episode 370: Kings vs. Blackhawks 2014 Rewatch

Jordan Samuels Thomas joins the show to help us rewatch the classic West Final in 2014 between the Los Angeles Kings and Chicago Blackhawks. We discuss what made it arguably the best and most important series of the 2010s, what aged the best and worst with the benefit of hindsight, and the individual performances that really stood out above the rest.
2020-11-19
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Episode 369: Watch(ed) The Games

Jack Han joins the show to discuss his time coaching with the Toronto Maple Leafs organization, the pros and cons of the AHL as a developmental league, why innovation in the NHL is easier said than done, and how you can use video to help improve player performance. Topics include: 2:30 Making the most of the AHL experience 13:00 Older stars reinventing their game 21:00 Zach Werenski, offensive funnels, and thinking the game 29:00 Key attributes of a good coach 39:00 Trying to win vs. trying not to lose 49:00 Importance of 'puck touches'
2020-11-13
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Episode 368: Rebuilding the Sabres

Chad DeDominicis joins the show to deep dive the Buffalo Sabres rebuilding in perpetuity. We discuss all of the instability and turnover the organization has gone through over the past decade, how much of the blame should go the ownership's way, and how much Taylor Hall will be able to help Jack Eichel moving forward. Topics include: 2:30 The Sabres playoff drought 8:00 Tim Murray's 'Process' 17:00 The role the Pegulas have played 23:00 Jason Botterill's last stand 33:00 Rasmus Ristolainen's trade window 44:00 The fit for both Hall and the Sabres
2020-11-03
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Episode 367: Turning Defense into Content

Connor Carrick joins the show to discuss the intricacies of playing defense in the NHL, why it's a job that's dependant on so many variables, and how much the demands of the position have changed over the years. Topics include: 2:00 What does "good defense" look like exactly 5:00 The evolution of the position 11:00 The impact coaching has on decision making 18:00 Using patterns in data to gain an advantage 33:00 Toughest player to defend 39:00 Learning from success of other teams 44:00 Dealing with the forecheck
2020-10-29
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Episode 366: Rebuilding the Red Wings

Prashanth Iyer joins the show to deep dive the Detroit Red Wings rebuild. We discuss how they got to where they are, what they've been doing this offseason, and how they can improve their outlook moving forward. Topics include: 3:30 Last year's historically bad results 8:00 How did they get to this point? 12:00 The turning point for the franchise 18:00 The various forms of tanking 24:00 The agenda being their moves this offseason 29:00 Identifying who's part of the core 35:00 Finding creative ways to add assets 42:00 Injecting elite talent in future years 49:00 Allowing goalies to do the tanking for you
2020-10-27
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Episode 365: The Law Firm of Johnson, Ceci, and Gudbranson

Jesse Marshall joins the show to discuss the Pittsburgh Penguins, all of the moves they've made since being upset in the qualification round by Montreal, and whether they've actually addressed the issues their team had to begin with. Topics discussed include: 2:00 Making moves based on your most recent results 10:00 What are you actually getting in Kasperi Kapanen? 22:00 What it takes to play with Sidney Crosby 28:00 Win-now moves, future assets, and opportunity cost 38:30 Jack Johnson, Cody Ceci, and evaluating defensemen 48:00 The problem with having an identifiable weak link 55:00 The future outlook for the Penguins
2020-10-22
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Episode 364: The Moves You Don't Make

Thomas Drance joins the show to discuss the Vancouver Canucks busy offseason, the moves they did and didn't make, and how they can internally build on their success from this past season. 1:00 The Canucks patience vs. inactivity to start offseason 13:00 Value of maintaining cap flexibility 21:00 What makes a good GM 31:00 Acquiring Nate Schmidt 36:00 Pettersson and Hughes taking the next step 50:00 Offer sheets and shedding salary around the league
2020-10-16
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Episode 363: The Free Agent Frenzy

Alison Lukan and Dom Luszczyszyn join the show to discuss the results of this year's free agent frenzy. Who benefited the most from all of the player movement, and which moves we liked and didn't like. 2:00 The Avalanche keep getting better 13:00 Why Taylor Hall chose the Sabres 20:00 The Oilers shopping in the bargain bin 28:30 Different look for the Canucks 37:00 Bad teams taking advantage of their situation 45:00 Pietrangelo in Vegas, Krug taking his old spot 55:00 Sneaky moves we liked 1:00:00 What are the Blue Jackets up to?
2020-10-13
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Episode 362: Draft Day(s)

Will Scouch joins the show to discuss the 2020 NHL draft, the most notable takeaways, and the teams that got the best bang for their buck with the picks they made. Topics covered include: 3:00 The draft broadcast 15:00 Evaluating the picks at the time they were made 22:00 The Sharks making lemonade out of lemons 26:00 The Kings adding to their impressive system 31:30 The Wild completely changing their philosophy 38:00 The Hurricanes making Hurricanes picks 45:30 The Leafs volume of picks 50:30 The Flames pulling off the sequence of the draft 55:30 Rapid fire on remaining teams and picks Every episode of the show is available on iTunes, Spotify, Soundcloud, and wherever else you may typically get your podcasts. Make sure to subscribe to the show so that you don?t miss out on any new episodes. All ratings and reviews are also greatly appreciated, especially the ones of the 5-star variety!
2020-10-09
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Episode 361: Mock Draft v2.0

Cam Robinson and Rachel Doerrie join the show to discuss draft philosophy, and how to maximize value when everyone is looking at roughly the same stuff. We make each of the 15 lottery picks based on what we think should happen given the talent available, not necessarily what we think will happen at the actual draft. We also get into the strengths and weaknesses of each top prospect, how their skills translate to the next level, and what a reasonable NHL comparable for their game is. The topics we cover include:


1:30 Pros and cons of extra preparation time

18:30 1st pick ? Quinton Byfield

25:40 2nd pick ? Alexis Lafreniere

30:30 3rd pick ? Marco Rossi

35:30 4th pick ? Lucas Raymond

39:20 5th pick ? Tim Stutzle

46:00 6th pick ? Alexander Holtz

51:00 7th pick ? Jake Sanderson

59:30 8th pick ? Jamie Drysdale

1:04:00 9th pick ? Cole Perfetti

1:09:00 10th pick ? Anton Lundell

1:11:00 11th pick ? Seth Jarvis

1:16:00 12th pick ? Dawson Mercer

1:17:30 13th pick ? Yaroslav Askarov

1:22:30 14th pick ? Jack Quinn

1:25:00 15th pick ? Rodion Amirov

1:26:30 High upside pick that could fall


Every episode of the show is available on iTunes, Spotify, Soundcloud, and wherever else you may typically get your podcasts. Make sure to subscribe to the show so that you don?t miss out on any new episodes. All ratings and reviews are also greatly appreciated, especially the ones of the 5-star variety!


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2020-10-05
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Episode 360: Bubble Adjacent

Emily Kaplan joins the show to help put a bow on the playoffs by discussing what we can learn from the Tampa Bay Lightning now that they've finally broken through, and previewing the biggest questions we have heading into the offseason. The topics we cover include:


2:30 Takeaways from the playoffs

11:00 The goalie market this summer

19:30 Learning from Tampa Bay's success

33:40 Conn Smythe voting

42:00 The Price of Pain

48:30 The Bubble Experience


Every episode of the show is available on iTunes, Spotify, Soundcloud, and wherever else you may typically get your podcasts. Make sure to subscribe to the show so that you don?t miss out on any new episodes. All ratings and reviews are also greatly appreciated, especially the ones of the 5-star variety!


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2020-10-01
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Episode 359: Unstoppable Force vs. Immovable Object

Mike Johnson joins the show to discuss the first three games of the Stanley Cup Final, the adjustments Tampa Bay made after a slow start, how dominant the top players have been for the Lightning, and what the Stars can do to counter. The topics we cover include:


1:00 Empty arena games

4:30 Lightning offense vs. Stars defense

10:00 How Tampa Bay broke through offensively

18:00 Adjustments Stars can make

30:00 The good and the bad of John Klingberg

37:00 Acquisitions of Coleman and Goodrow

46:00 Best Conn Smythe cases


Every episode of the show is available on iTunes, Spotify, Soundcloud, and wherever else you may typically get your podcasts. Make sure to subscribe to the show so that you don?t miss out on any new episodes. All ratings and reviews are also greatly appreciated, especially the ones of the 5-star variety!


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2020-09-24
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Episode 358: The D Stands for Drama

Sean Shapiro joins the show to discuss the Stanley Cup Final bound Dallas Stars, how them seemingly improbably got to this point, and everything that's made them a fun team to follow this season. The topics we cover include:


3:00 The legend of Denis Gurianov

10:00 What makes the Dallas Stars interesting

18:00 Anton Khudobin making most of his opportunity

24:00 How the Stars defense makes life easy for goalies

33:00 Intersection of Stars, analytics, playoffs, and nuance

45:00 Miro Heiskanen deserving all of the love

54:00 Rick Bowness and the intricacies of coaching

1:06:00 Jamie Benn turning back the clock


Every episode of the show is available on iTunes, Spotify, Soundcloud, and wherever else you may typically get your podcasts. Make sure to subscribe to the show so that you don?t miss out on any new episodes. All ratings and reviews are also greatly appreciated, especially the ones of the 5-star variety!


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2020-09-18
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Episode 357: Jets vs. Predators 2018 Rewatch

Murat Ates joins the show to discuss the heavyweight tilt between the number one seed Nashville Predators and number two seed Winnipeg Jets in the 2018 postseason, how the wild back-and-forth nature of Game 3 perfectly captured what made the entire series so special, and how much both teams have changed in such a short period of time since. The categories we cover include:


3:00 What made this series so entertaining

7:00 How overqualified this was for a Round 2 matchup

14:00 What aged the best

21:00 Patrik Laine's shooting percentage and passing

36:00 Connor Hellebuyck's follow-up act

39:00 What aged the worst

45:00 Roster turnover in a salary cap world

57:00 Nik Ehlers' value and redemption

1:02:00 The Turning Point and Most Rewatchable Moment

1:09:00 The Biggest Heat Check Performance

1:12:00 The Biggest 'That Guy'

1:20:00 Doc and Eddie's Commentary Corner

1:20:00 Most Unanswerable Questions

1:37:00 Apex Mountain

1:43:00 Who won the game


Stay safe, get comfortable at home, kick back with a beverage of your choice, and watch along with us. The full game isn?t available on Youtube unfortunately, but you can still see the broadcast in its entirety on NHL TV. You can also go back into the archives of the show and catch up on the previous Quarantine Rewatchables we?ve already done:


Penguins vs. Red Wings 2009Bruins vs. Maple Leafs 2013Canucks vs. Blackhawks 2011Flyers vs. Penguins 2012Capitals vs. Canadiens 2010World Cup of Hockey 2016Oilers vs. Ducks 2017Blue Jackets vs. Lightning 2019



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2020-05-29
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Episode 356: Blue Jackets vs. Lightning 2019 Rewatch

Alison Lukan joins the show to help revisit last year's stunning round one upset of the Lightning, how the Blue Jackets managed to pull it off in legitimate fashion, and everything that's happened since for both franchises. The categories we cover include:


2:30 The magnitude of the upset

10:00 How the Blue Jackets did it

20:00 What aged the best

33:00 What aged the worst

43:00 Turning point and Most Rewatchable Moment

49:00 Biggest Heat Check Performance

52:00 Biggest 'That Guy'

58:00 The good and bad of Pierre McGuire

1:04:00 Most Unanswerable Questions

1:14:00 Apex Mountain

1:21:00 Who won the game


Stay safe, get comfortable at home, kick back with a beverage of your choice, and watch along with us. The full game isn?t available on Youtube unfortunately, but you can still see the broadcast in its entirety on NHL TV. You can also go back into the archives of the show and catch up on the previous Quarantine Rewatchables we?ve already done:


Penguins vs. Red Wings 2009Bruins vs. Maple Leafs 2013Canucks vs. Blackhawks 2011Flyers vs. Penguins 2012Capitals vs. Canadiens 2010World Cup of Hockey 2016Oilers vs. Ducks 2017

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2020-05-21
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Episode 355: Mock Draft 2020

Chris Peters and Cam Robinson join the show to discuss the pros and cons of an early June draft, how the scouting process has changed this year under the unique circumstances, and what each of the teams picking in the lottery should do with their selections. We get into the strengths and weaknesses of each prospect, how their game translates to the next level, and what a reasonable comparable for their style of play is.


3:00 Pros and cons of early June draft

9:00 How scouting process changes this year

23:00 1st pick - Alexis Lafreniere

36:00 2nd pick - Quinton Byfield

44:00 3rd pick - Marco Rossi

52:00 4th pick - Tim Stutzle

59:00 5th pick - Lucas Raymond

1:03:00 6th pick - Cole Perfetti

1:08:00 7th pick - Alexander Holtz

1:15:00 8th pick - Jamie Drysdale

1:22:00 9th pick - Yaroslav Askarov

1:29:00 10th pick - Anton Lundell

1:36:00 11th pick - Jake Sanderson

1:41:00 12th pick - Jack Quinn

1:47:00 13th pick - Connor Zary

1:52:00 14th pick - Rodion Amirov

1:55:00 15th pick - Seth Jarvis

1:59:00 Personal favourites

2:06:00 What's the right range for Hendrix Lapierre?



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2020-05-08
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Episode 354: Quarantine Rewatch, Ducks vs. Oilers 2017

Mike Johnson helps deep dive Game 5 of the 2017 second round series between the Anaheim Ducks and Edmonton Oilers, the epic late comeback and dramatic overtime finish, and how much both teams have changed in such a short period of time since. The categories we cover include:


3:00 The legacy of this game

18:00 Ryan Getzlaf's quiet and underrated dominance

27:30 The McDavid vs. Kesler matchup

34:00 The talent the Ducks had on their blueline

44:00 Officiating in the postseason

58:00 The late game comeback

1:02:00 Biggest Heat Check Performance and 'That Guy'

1:09:00 Calling a game like this on TV

1:15:00 Most unanswerable questions

1:26:00 Apex Mountain


Stay safe, get comfortable at home, kick back with a beverage of your choice, and watch along with us. The full game isn't available on Youtube unfortunately, but you can still see the broadcast in its entirety on NHL TV. You can also go back into the archives of the show and catch up on the previous Quarantine Rewatchables we?ve already done:


Penguins vs. Red Wings 2009Bruins vs. Maple Leafs 2013Canucks vs. Blackhawks 2011Flyers vs. Penguins 2012Capitals vs. Canadiens 2010World Cup of Hockey 2016

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2020-04-30
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Episode 353: Quarantine Rewatch, World Cup of Hockey 2016

Pete Blackburn helps us walk down memory lane to remember Team North America?s run during the World Cup of Hockey in 2016, their epic clash versus Team Sweden, and how they not only won over our hearts, but helped usher in a new era of hockey. The categories we cover include:


3:00 Why we?re doing this game

11:00 What aged the best

21:00 What aged the worst

33:00 Most rewatchable moments

39:00 Biggest heat check performance and ?that guy?

49:00 Most unanswerable questions

54:30 Apex mountain

58:30 Who won the game


Stay safe, get comfortable at home, kick back with a beverage of your choice, and watch along with us here. You can also go back into the archives of the show and catch up on the previous Quarantine Rewatchables we?ve already done:


Penguins vs. Red Wings 2009Bruins vs. Maple Leafs 2013Canucks vs. Blackhawks 2011Flyers vs. Penguins 2012Capitals vs. Canadiens 2010

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2020-04-24
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Episode 352: Quarantine Rewatch, Capitals vs. Canadiens 2010

Andrew Berkshire helps deep dive the 2010 first round series between the Washington Capitals and Montreal Canadiens, which wound up being one of the most stunning upsets ever and helped launch an endless supply of bad takes about Alex Ovechkin. The categories we cover include:


4:00 An upset of epic proportions

16:00 Setting the stage for how we got here

31:30 Jaro Halak's legendary performance

37:00 Bruce Boudreau camera shots

41:00 Criticism Ovechkin took for this series

52:00 How remarkably well Ovechkin has aged

1:02:00 The hockey world wasn't ready for Mike Green

1:11:30 TSN Turning Point and Most Rewatchable Sequence

1:18:00 Biggest Heat Check Performance

1:24:00 Doc and Eddie's Commentary Corner

1:30:00 Most Unanswerable Questions

1:39:00 Apex Mountain


Stay safe, get comfortable at home, kick back with a beverage of your choice, and watch along with us here. You can also go back into the archives of the show and catch up on the previous Quarantine Rewatchables we?ve already done:


Penguins vs. Red Wings 2009Bruins vs. Maple Leafs 2013Canucks vs. Blackhawks 2011Flyers vs. Penguins 2012

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2020-04-16
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Episode 351: Quarantine Rewatch, Flyers vs. Penguins 2012

Charlie O'Connor helps deep dive the 2012 first round series between the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins, which has all of the goals, fights, and action you could ever possibly ask for from a playoff matchup. The categories we cover include:


1:30 What makes this entire series rewatchable

9:00 Paul Holmgren's YOLO team building approach

15:00 Sizing up how the two teams matched up

22:00 Flyers pursuit of number one defensemen and goalies

29:30 What aged the best: Flyers forward depth

34:00 19-year old Sean Couturier

42:00 The highs and lows of Marc-Andre Fleury's career

46:00 The dual Jeff Carter and Mike Richards trades

53:00 The Penguins lack of secondary scoring in this era

1:07:00 James Neal's tirade and the referees blowing it

1:11:30 Turning point and most rewatchable sequence

1:17:00 Sidney Crosby vs. Claude Giroux

1:24:00 Biggest heat check performance and 'That Guy'

1:29:00 Peak Pierre McGuire

1:37:00 Giroux, Crosby, Malkin and Apex Mountain

1:55:00 Who won the game?


Stay safe, get comfortable at home, kick back with a beverage of your choice, and watch along with us here. You can also go back into the archives of the show and catch up on the previous Quarantine Rewatchables we?ve already done:


Penguins vs. Red Wings 2009Bruins vs. Maple Leafs 2013Canucks vs. Blackhawks 2011

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2020-04-08
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Episode 350: Quarantine Rewatch, Canucks vs. Blackhawks 2011

Thomas Drance helps deep dive the 2011 first round series between the Vancouver Canucks and Chicago Blackhawks, which marked the third consecutive year they met in the postseason and culminated in an epic Game 7 overtime. The categories we cover include:


5:00 The legacy of this game and how we remember it

12:00 The rivalry between the Canucks and Blackhawks

19:00 How overqualified this was for a Round 1 matchup

25:00 The Alex Burrows redemption story

33:00 How ahead of their time these teams were

37:00 Who looks most impressive on rewatch

48:30 The rarely seen well executed offer sheet

58:20 Toews vs. Crosby debates

1:01:15 The Canucks handling of goalies

1:11:30 Most rewatchable sequence in the game

1:17:30 Becoming Corey Crawford believer

1:23:00 The Biggest 'THAT' Guy

1:26:00 Most unanswerable questions

1:31:20 The Sedins and Kesler on Apex Mountain

1:39:00 Who won the game?


Stay safe, get comfortable at home, kick back with a beverage of your choice, and watch along with us here. You can also go back into the archives of the show and catch up on the previous Quarantine Rewatchables we?ve already done:


Penguins vs. Red Wings 2009Bruins vs. Maple Leafs 2013

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2020-04-05
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Episode 349: Quarantine Rewatch, Bruins vs. Leafs 2013

Chris Johnston helps deep dive the 2013 first round series between the Bruins and Leafs that's still remembered to this day as "It was 4-1". The categories we cover include:


4:30 Hockey in 2013

14:30 What aged the best

27:30 Bruins beating aging curves and their non-replicable formula

35:00 What aged the worst

41:00 The Leafs roster decision making in this era

59:30 Revisiting the Tyler Seguin trade

1:06:15 TSN Turning Point

1:10:00 Biggest heat check performance

1:12:00 Most unanswerable questions

1:15:00 Twitter take you wish you had in the moment

1:20:20 Who won the game?


Stay safe, get comfortable at home, kick back with a beverage of your choice, and watch along with us here. You can also go back into the archives and catch up on the previous Quarantine Rewatchables we've done:


Penguins vs. Red Wings 2009


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2020-03-30
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Episode 348: Quarantine Rewatch, Penguins vs. Red Wings 2009

With the NHL season on hold, we're going to fill the void by going back and rewatching classic playoff games and moments from the past. In the first instalment of the series, Craig Custance helps deep dive the 2009 Stanley Cup Finals featuring the Penguins and Red Wings. The categories covered include:


3:30 Where were you when..

8:00 The lasting legacy of the game

12:00 Setting the scene

22:40 What aged the best

34:40 What aged the worst

49:00 TSN Turning Point and Most Rewatchable Sequence

53:00 Biggest heat check performance

56:45 Most unanswerable questions

1:04:40 The 'That Guy' award

1:06:00 Twitter take you wish you had in the moment

1:08:00 Who won the game?


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2020-03-26
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Episode 347: Stay home, listen to a podcast

Greg Wyshynski joins the show to discuss the void left in our lives by the NHL's "pause," trying to talk about hockey when there's more important things going on around the world, potential timelines and playoff formats when the league returns, and the biggest looming questions that have been left unanswered for now.


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2020-03-20
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Episode 346: Process over Results

Patrick Johnston joins the show to discuss the Vancouver Canucks, the flaws with teams that are overly reliant on their goaltending, building rosters with the ambition of making the Stanley Cup instead of just making the playoffs, GMs needing to appease meddling owners, Mike Gillis popping back up on the scene, and the NHL dealing with COVID-19 complications.


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2020-03-11
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Episode 345: Live by the sword, die by the sword

Arthur Staple joins the show to discuss the New York Islanders up and down season, why the way they play and the way they've built their team leaves them with next to no margin for error, and the behind the scenes of their busy trade deadline.


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2020-03-10
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Episode 344: Trade Winners, Losers, and TBDs

Emily Kaplan joins the show to empty out the trade deadline notebook, and help sort through all of the player movement we saw. We discuss the winners and losers, the prices that were paid, the teams that went for it, and the teams that we wish were more aggressive.


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2020-02-26
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Episode 343: Trades We'd Like to See

Andrew Berkshire joins the show to discuss the players that are available at the trade deadline, the teams that need to make a move, and the best matches between the two.


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2020-02-20
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Episode 342: Blackhawks Down

Mark Lazerus joins the show to discuss how the Chicago Blackhawks got stuck in the position they're currently in, how they can control the trade deadline market if they decide to go that route, and how much of a bad defensive team's struggles are the fault of the system versus the personnel.


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2020-02-14
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Episode 341: Two of a Kind

Uffe Bodin and Jonatan Lindquist join the show during Sedin Week in Vancouver to discuss the impact the Sedin twins had on young Swedes, the Canucks, the NHL, and the sport of hockey as it evolved into the skill game it is today.


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2020-02-12
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Episode 340: Predators or Western Conference Prey

Chris Mason joins the show to discuss the Nashville Predators' rollercoaster season, how much things have and haven't changed since the coaching switch, their identity crisis, how much they use their forwards, and how much the craft of goaltending has changed since he was in the league.


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2020-02-11
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Episode 339: Battle of Alberta Strikes Oil

Jonathan Willis joins the show to discuss the most recent instalments of The Battle of Alberta, Leon Draisaitl playing without Connor McDavid, the way McDavid and other stars are officiated, and how much the current state of the Pacific Division will influence Edmonton's moves at the deadline.


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2020-02-06
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Episode 338: Caller Duane

Alex Prewitt joins the show to discuss a grab bag of topics that include the Sabres' continued playoff drought and why their fanbase has understandably had enough, how Nathan MacKinnon's shot took him to the next level, the pros and cons of the player tracking data the league unveiled during All-Star weekend, and Alex Ovechkin's chase towards Gretzky.


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2020-01-31
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Episode 337: Card Carrying Member of the Goalie Union

Kevin Woodley joins the show to discuss goalies, how dependant their performance is on the system in front of them, and the trouble with signing them to long-term deals during a time when the game is changing so much. Plus we talk about Robin Lehner's next contract, how the Capitals should handle the passing of the torch in their crease, and the Rangers' three-headed monster in net.


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2020-01-24
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