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.
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.
Chris Mason joins the show to discuss the Nashville Predators' rollercoaster season, how much things have and haven't changed since the coaching switch and more.
Alex Prewitt joins the show to discuss a grab bag of topics, including Buffalo's continued playoff drought and why their fanbase has understandably had enough.
Kevin Woodley joins the show to discuss goalies, how dependant their performance is on the system, and the trouble with signing them long-term.
Ian Tulloch joins the show to discuss the Toronto Maple Leafs saving their season by getting back to their offensively prolific ways.
Jesse Marshall joins the show to discuss how the Pittsburgh Penguins keep winning games despite losing players.
Cam Robinson joins the show to revisit our preseason breakout picks, discuss the sustainability of some notable early season performances, and identify some opportunities to buy low and sell high.
Justin Cuthbert joins the show to discuss the Leafs coaching change, where things went wrong, who's to blame, and how they can salvage the season.
Ryan Clark joins the show to discuss the Colorado Avalanche, how they became a model franchise, and the next steps to go from exciting young upstart to legitimate contender.
Thomas Drance joins the show to discuss the Canucks scorching hot start, what's driving it, just how sustainable it is moving forward, and a whole lot more.
Emily Kaplan joins the show to discuss storylines from the first month of the season, the early returns on big offseason moves, and a whole lot more.
Mike Johnson joins the show to talk about the teams that are off to surprising starts, the likelihood that teams exceeding our expectations sustain their success, and if there's reason to panic about the teams that are stumbling out of the gate.
Murat Ates joins the show to discuss the Winnipeg Jets, the ups and downs of their early season play, and the seemingly abrupt change in trajectory for what was quite recently considered to be a very promising franchise.