If you've ever sat at the bar talking hockey, argued with a friend about who the backup goalie for your team should be, or during the summer you've said, 'I can't wait for October because hockey', then OT Hockey Talk is for you! Weekly hockey podcast. Teleprompter free. Hosted by Mark Paul with Ju…
Everyone is getting fired lately! We talk about new GM and coach hires and who might be next on the chopping block. We recorded this episode Sunday, December 5 at 10am and since the recording, Philadelphia head coach Alain Vigneault and Vancouver Canucks GM Jim Benning and head coach Travis Green have all been fired. Follow us on Twitter at @OTHockeyTalk!
The expansion draft is just one week away and with that we do our own mock expansion draft. How will the Seattle Kraken build their team? What side deals can they make to stock their cupboards and who will become the face of the first Seattle Kraken lineup? Find us on Twitter at @OTHockeyTalk.
We continue our special edition off-season report episodes with the New Jersey Devils. Will they continue to toil at the bottom of the Metropolitan, or will this offseason be the beginning of a shift in the Devils approach to making the playoffs and contending for a Stanley Cup?
As we pass the mid-season of the NHL, we decided that doing mid-season awards in their typical fashion just wasn't going to cut it for the strange season we've had so far. With that said, a possible new tradition has begun, the Mid-season Futility Awards! The best of the worst!Follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @OTHockeyTalk.
The goaltending landscape could change drastically over the offseason and we are already seeing the market is primed. With 27 of 31 teams being able to make moves, we expect lots of action to happen between now and the NHL Entry Draft on October 6. We go through every team in the NHL and analyze their goaltending situation and where potential free agents will sign.
The Vancouver Canucks, Philadelphia Flyers, and Colorado Avalanche have all been eliminated and we break down what they need to do this off-season to build on their success. We also give our predictions for the Conference Finals!
As teams continue to be eliminated from the Stanley Cup playoffs, and subsequently, the bubble, we continue to breakdown the offseason ahead for each of the losing teams. The St. Louis Blues, Montreal Canadiens, and the Boston Bruins are all in need of some adjustments. Find out what we think they'll do this offseason. We chat Jake Allen headed to Montreal and give our Game 6 predictions for the remaining three series.
As NHL players return to play for phase three, we talk about the biggest stories in the league through week 1! What's going on with Johnny Gaudreau in Calgary? Will Edmonton's arena really be fully ready for exhibition games? Will goaltenders be better than ever in these playoffs?Follow us on Twitter at @OTHockeyTalk!
We continue our series of the Top Ten best players from each country by ranking the top ten Americans. Team USA has produced some great players and this list may have been the most challenging yet! Let us know your thoughts on our lists and find us on Twitter and Instagram at @OTHockeyTalk.
As training camp begins today, we roll out our preview of the top four teams in the Eastern Conference. The Tampa Bay Lightning, Boston Bruins, Washington Capitals and the Philadelphia Flyers will all play each other in a round-robin tournament to determine the order of seedings. Follow us on Twitter at @OTHockeyTalk.
Now that we've reviewed every preliminary round series, we wanted to spend time talking about each of the top four teams from each conference. We start with the Western Conference and talk St. Louis Blues, Dallas Stars, Colorado Avalanche, and Vegas Golden Knights. Who will go the furthest and which team is best setup for a long playoff run? Follow us on Twitter at @OTHockeyTalk!
We wrap up previewing each preliminary playoff round series by focusing on the Winnipeg Jets versus the Calgary Flames. Randy Workman (@TheFanBlogger), an NHL blogger based in Calgary joins us!Follow us on Twitter at @OTHockeyTalk.