Ep.155: Total Hockey

Chris Johnston joins the show to discuss what he’s watching for in the final two weeks of the season, fantasy book potentially intriguing first round playoff matchups, and float out some abstract ideas to change the game in the coming years.

Here’s a quick rundown of the topics covered here:

1:45 Jockeying for position
6:45 The downfall of the Kings
11:30 Potential wheeling and dealing in Vegas
16:50 Pacific Division storylines
21:30 Western Conference Matchups
29:00 The Blackhawks sustained run of excellence
35:30 Nikita Kucherov as an MVP candidate
41:30 The Metro Division race
48:00 Positionless hockey
50:00 Developing in Europe

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One thought on “Ep.155: Total Hockey

  1. Scot says:

    I really enjoyed your idea about trying new things and developing prospects in European leagues. It’s a system that’s used extensively in European Football, the use of feeder/affiliate teams. In addition to the two points you mentioned, there are additional benefits of being able to extensively scout certain leagues for unsigned free-agents too. Obviously, football clubs have massive budgets that most hockey owners and enterprises likely won’t be able to compete with, so funding may or may not be an issue, but the idea is intriguing and the benefits plenty.

    In a cap system, teams should be doing every little thing to exploit every advantage they can get, because they certainly won’t be able to out-spend anyone.

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