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Despite having six players (including Mikael Granlund and Ryan Johansen), four coaches (including John Hynes), and two other personnel in COVID-19 protocol, the Nashville Predators STILL plan to host the red-hot Colorado Avalanche at Bridgestone Arena Thursday night. We break down how the short-handed Preds can steal a victory and halt the Avs' five-game win streak. Plus, Nick and Ann take the NHL to task with how the league has handled the sudden rash of new cases. And in honor of "Six Geese a Layin'," we take a look at the underperforming players and teams who have laid a "goose egg" this season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Predators broadcaster Terry Crisp joins Ryan Porth on this week's edition of Preds Insiders: -0:00, Ryan and Crispy recap the past week's games, including four goals from Filip Forsberg against the Jackets and his OT winner against the Habs, all assisted by Mikael Granlund. -17:30, Crispy gives his thoughts on Eeli Tolvanen's development -38:00, In light of Mikael Granlund's recent hot streak, Ryan re-examines the Fiala for Granlund swap with Minnesota a few years down the road.
The Nashville Predators pull out a weekend win against the Montreal Canadiens, thanks to the strength of their red-hot top line. Nick and Ann break down why Matt Duchene, Mikael Granlund, and Filip Forsberg seem to bring out the best in each other each game. Plus, Monday means it's time for Plus/Minus! We rate the highs and lows of the past week, including an apology from Nick to Mattias Ekholm. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The holiday season has arrived, and Mikael Granlund is in the giving spirit. The Preds centerman dished out an assist on each one of Filip Forsberg's four goals this week during a record-setting performance. Granlund joins the show to discuss the apples, Pekka Rinne and Christmastime. Plus, Brooks Bratten and Kara Hammer round up the last two weeks and offer another giveaway.
Forsberg is back from injury and is making up for lost time, scoring four goals Tuesday night against the Blue Jackets. What does this to do complicate his impending contract negotiations? Will GMDP be forced to sign him to a deal he doesn't want to give or does he risk letting Forsberg test the free agency waters and go somewhere else?Also, the Preds release their navy Stadium Series jerseys to lackluster fanfare. It's an ugly jersey, but all Stadium Series jerseys have also been huge misses when compared to their Winter Classic counterparts. It's one of the few things Preds fans can agree on this season. Music City Gold is powered by 7Element, providing military veterans and first responders the opportunity to engage in hockey! It is produced by Kyle Hancock and hosted by Kyle, Daniel Mangrum, and Matt Bain. You can find the show on Twitter @MusicCityGold and the guys at:Kyle – @kylehancockDaniel – @seedandrumMatt – @MattBain31
Pete Jensen is joined by guest Nick Alberga of Sportsnet to go around the NHL, answer fan questions and discuss the latest top 200 rankings on NHL.com/Fantasy. The guys debate the Avalanche's goalie situation and potential trade targets with the injury concern surrounding Darcy Kuemper and whether to buy low on Elias Pettersson, Mark Scheifele, Nikolaj Ehlers, Blake Wheeler, Mathew Barzal and Tyler Seguin in fantasy. They also react to the Predators' top-line dominance of Filip Forsberg, Mikael Granlund and Matt Duchene, how Trevor Zegras has re-entered the Calder Trophy race and given the Ducks staying power as one of the deepest fantasy teams. Other players covered include Jake Guentzel, Zach Hyman, Sonny Milano, Tuukka Rask, Evander Kane, Braden Holtby, Alex Nedeljkovic, Robert Thomas, Scott Perunovich, Pavel Francouz and more.
Mike, Anth, Brian and Joe are back for another week of fantasy hockey talk and more. This week, they start a jam-packed show with the Fantasy Players of the Night and then discuss the seasons of Pettersson, Scheifele, Wheeler, and Petry, among others. They then play the first edition of 'Johnson or Johnsson' this season and answer some fan questions. Finally, the guys set you up for the week ahead and make their picks for this weeks 'Battle of the Bargains'. 12:03 – Fantasy Players of the Night12:25 – Marc-Andre Fleury15:33 – Nazem Kadri26:20 – Andrei Vasilevskiy27:01 – Leon Draisaitl27:52 – Alex Ovechkin30:40 – Mikko Rantanen31:47 – Other Players48:00 – Johnson or Johnsson54:00 - Questions1:01:14 – The Week Ahead1:03:21 – Battle of the BargainsSign up on FanDuel: http://fanduel.com/TheFantasyHockeyBrosPlayers mentioned in this episode include: Sidney Crosby, Mark Stone, Adrian Kempe, Zack Kassian, Marc-Andre Fleury, Nazem Kadri, J.T. Compher, Nathan MacKinnon, Jordan Kyrou, Mikael Granlund, Brady Tkachuk, Brendan Lemieux, Drew Doughty, Matthew Tkachuk, Andrei Vasilevskiy, Leon Draisaitl, Connor McDavid, Alex Ovechkin, Evgeny Kuznetsov, Tom Wilson, Mikko Rantanen, Troy Terry, Rickard Rakell, Elias Pettersson, Nick Suzuki, Cole Caufield, Mark Scheifele, Blake Wheeler, Jeff Petry, Aaron Ekblad, Gabriel Landeskog, Jake Guentzel, Alex DeBrincat, Kirill Kaprizov, Nikolaj Ehlers, Ryan-Nugent Hopkins, Matt Murray, Lucas Raymond, Alexis Lafreniere, Tim Stuetzle, Reilly Smith, Evgeni Dadanov, Max Domi, Alexander Barabanov, Phil Kessel, Jonathan Dahlen, and more!Follow us!Instagram @FantasyHockeyBrosTwitter @FntsyHockeyBrosFacebook @FantasyHockeyBrosSubscribe to our YouTube channelSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=5XV5DRQDVUGCJ)
Bryan Bastin from On The Forecheck joins the guys to talk some Preds hockey this week! We discuss if the Toronto loss showed us the real Preds, does Forsberg resign, will Josi win the Norris, and more. We also ask Bryan what it's like being the new guy on the block in the Preds hockey media pool.Music City Gold is powered by 7Element, providing military veterans and first responders the opportunity to engage in hockey! It is produced by Kyle Hancock and hosted by Kyle, Daniel Mangrum, and Matt Bain. You can find the show on Twitter @MusicCityGold and the guys at:Kyle – @kylehancockDaniel – @seedandrumMatt – @MattBain31 Bryan can be found at @BryanBastin and On The Forecheck @OnTheForecheck.
Alex and Shaun recap wins over the Stars, Blues, and Coyotes. Matt Duchene, Roman Josi, and Mikael Granlund are leading the way. But what is this Preds team actually good at? And what are their weaknesses? Plenty of debate on this one.
Mike, Anth, Brian and Joe are back to talk about the week that was and the week upcoming. They talk about all of the Fantasy Players of the Night and then get into much more. Is Troy Terry the real deal? Is it too early to call Alexis Lafreniere a bust? They also give their opinions on stacking and debut a new game called 'Add or Fad'. Finally, the guys close out the show with their picks for 'Battle of the Bargains'. 4:47 – Fantasy Players of the Night37:30 – Other News/Players41:12 – Stacking43:28 – Injuries44:04 – Add or Fad46:16 – The Week Ahead48:25 – Battle of the BargainsGet 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code FHB at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpodSign up on FanDuel: http://fanduel.com/TheFantasyHockeyBrosPlayers mentioned in this episode include: Elias Pettersson, Phillip Danualt, Alex Iafallo, Adrian Kempe, Ryan Getzlaf, Troy Terry, Bo Horvat, Jack Eichel, Adin Hill, James Reimer, Jack Campbell, Connor Hellebuyck, Andrei Vasilevskiy, Frederik Anderson, Mackenzie Blackwood, Leon Draisaitl, Roman Josi, Matt Duchene, Mikael Granlund, Alexis Lafreniere, William Nylander, Nathan MacKinnon, Jake Allen, Jordan Kyrou, Filip Zadina, Zach Parise, Boone Jenner, Cole Sillinger, Mathieu Joseph, J.T. Compher, Valeri Nichushkin, Alex Newhook, Jordan Eberle, Jared McCann, Yanni Gourde, Jaden Schwartz, Kyle Palmieri, Dustin Brown, Kevin Hayes, and more!Follow us!Instagram @FantasyHockeyBrosTwitter @FntsyHockeyBrosFacebook @FantasyHockeyBrosSubscribe to our YouTube channelSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=5XV5DRQDVUGCJ)
The Predators return home from one of the most successful road trips in franchise history. How did they claim nine out of a possible 12 points on their six-game excursion? Brooks Bratten and Kara Hammer break it down - plus, Preds Assistant Athletic Trainer Doug Agnew joins the show as he works his 2,500th professional hockey game. Also, Veterans Day, Hockey Fights Cancer and Twitter questions on Episode 151 of the pod.
Mike, Anth, Brian and Papa Joe are back for more weekly fantasy hockey talk. They begin by taking a looking back at the Fantasy Players of the Night and discuss the play of other standouts like Dubois, Compher and Terry. They talk about the swirling Eichel trade rumors and then play 'Worry or Wait' for the first time this season. Pettersson? Hintz? Caufield? Chychrun? We talk about them and many others. The guys close the show talking about the week ahead and put in their picks for 'Battle of the Bargains'. 5:09 – Fantasy Players of the Night26:27 – Other News/Players37:25 – Worry or Wait52:07 – The Week Ahead54:01 – Battle of the BargainsGet 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code FHB at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpodSign up on FanDuel: http://fanduel.com/TheFantasyHockeyBrosPlayers mentioned in this episode include: Ilya Sorokin, Semyon Varlamov, Drake Batherson, Nikolaj Ehlers, Pierre-Luc Dubois, Cam Atkinson, Andrew Mangiapane, Sean Monahan, Jacob Markstrom, Frederik Andersen, Jack Campbell, Igor Shesterkin, Alexandar Georgiev, Gabriel Landeskog, J.T. Compher, Troy Terry, Max Comtois, Craig Anderson, Nikita Kucherov, Jack Eichel, Alex Tuch, Mark Stone, Max Pacioretty, T.J. Oshie, Tom Wilson, Drew Doughty, Matt Roy, Kale Clague, Jack Hughes, Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner, Patrice Bergeron, Elias Pettersson, Shea Theodore, Alex Pietrangelo, Tyler Seguin, John Klingberg, Roope Hintz, Joe Pavelski, Jamie Benn, Jeff Petry, Cole Caufield, Moritz Seider, Ivan Provorov, Jakob Chychrun, Shayne Gostisbehere, Jonathan Toews, Kirby Dach, Matt Duchene, Mikael Granlund, Tanner Jeannot, Isac Lundestrom, Michael Bunting, Connor Brown, Reilly Smith and more!Follow us!Instagram @FantasyHockeyBrosTwitter @FntsyHockeyBrosFacebook @FantasyHockeyBrosSubscribe to our YouTube channelSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=5XV5DRQDVUGCJ)
Teaming up with Ann Kimmel and Nick Morgan of Locked On Predators for a special crossover edition! Rangers and Predators say goodbye to Henrik Lundqvist and Pekka Rinne, respectfully, but both franchises might have already found stellar goalies in Igor Shesterkin and Juuse Saros. Some more thoughts on Mika Zibanejad's extension, and Ann and Nick discuss the offseason extensions for Mattias Ekholm and Mikael Granlund. An under-the-radar player or two on both sides to watch in tonight's game. Will the Rangers and/or the Predators make the playoffs? Episode 454. Intro song is “Leave the Lights On” by Passafire from their 2009 album, “Everyone On Everynight.” Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The 2021-22 season has officially arrived, and the Predators got it started against the Seattle Kraken. Brooks Bratten and Kara Hammer look back on Opening Night and how the club fared to begin the campaign. Plus, defenseman Mattias Ekholm joins the show (18:05) after he signs a four-year contract to remain in Nashville, and the blueliner discusses how the deal came together and why he loves to play and live in the Music City.
On today's episode of Locked on Wild, Zach Zeman returns and we discuss the signing of Jordie Benn. Will he be more of a depth player or could he actually get starters minutes on the 3rd line? We then move to trying to figure out who is the best center in Wild history. We start with maybe the most obvious choice in Mikko Koivu. Koivu is a perfect example of longevity and consistency which allowed him to climb to the top of almost every statistical category in the history of the franchise. We discuss the offense that Eric Staal, Brian Rolston and Mikael Granlund brought to the table in their short time with the team. We also discuss the defense and grit that Wes Walz, Pierre Marc-Bouchard and Kyle Brodziak brought with them. And we ponder what could have been with Pavol Demitra had he been with the team for longer than two seasons. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors!BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The busiest week of the offseason is now complete, and guest co-host Willy Daunic joins Brooks Bratten to break it all down. Mikael Granlund and David Rittich are among those who sign with the Preds in free agency, Nashville selects Fedor Svechkov and Zachary L'Heureux in the first round of the 2021 NHL Draft and Predators newcomer Cody Glass joins the show as he arrives in the Music City.
It's been a busy offseason in Smashville. Since the last episode of It's All Your Fault, the Nashville Predators have traded Ryan Ells, lost Calle Järnkrok in the expansion draft, re-signed Mikael Granlund to a four-year contract and made a whole slew of moves on the first day of free agency. Plus: Prospect Luke Prokop announced he was gay -- he's the first player to do so while under NHL contract. This week, co-hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling discuss all those headlines and more, including what David Poile means when he says “competitive rebuild.” Also: It looks like Poile didn't get his way in the expansion draft, as reports suggest he was hoping Seattle would take Matt Duchene -- is he losing his touch? And what the hell were the Montreal Canadiens thinking when they drafted Logan Mailloux?
Darren and Chase react to the news of the Predators re-signing Mikael Granlund, Tim Hasselbeck joins the show to break down the latest from training camps and more during the second hour of Wednesday's show.
The Free Agency Frenzy begins today! Brandon Piller and Ross Levitan give our opinions on some available targets for the Ottawa Senators in this years Free Agency. We discuss options for a Centreman, including David Krecji, Mikael Granlund, Ryan Strome and Adam Henrique. We look at some possible defenceman in Nikita Zadorov, Ethan Bear, Alex Goligoski and more! Some of this news will be dated by the time you are listening but it's good banter none the less! Also, the Summer Showcase continues and Tyler Boucher scored his first goal and keeps on impressing us. Support us by supporting our sponsors! BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today's episode of Locked on Wild, Seth recaps the Wild's 4-0 loss in Game 4 and looks ahead to what the Wild need to do to keep the series alive tonight in Game 5. We discuss the goalie interference called on Marcus Foligno that once again sucked the life out of the Wild. We also look at a few players that need to help fill the void left by Kirill Kaprizov being neutralized including Mats Zuccarello and Nico Sturm. We finish the episode by looking at former Wild players currently in the playoffs and the varying levels of success they have had. This includes the Nashville "Wild" combo of Mikael Granlund, Luke Kunin and Eric Haula. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you’ll get 15% off your next order. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Lucy.Co Go to Lucy.co and use Promo Code LOCKEDONNHL to get 20% off all products on your first order, including gum or lozenges. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Pete and Rob catch up on all the biggest trends around the League and look ahead to a crucial weekend in the fantasy playoffs/championships. Topics discussed include the rise of Spencer Knight for the Panthers and sneaky pickups around the League, including Alex Barre-Boulet of the Lightning, Alexander Barabanov of the Sharks and rookie Quinton Byfield of the Kings. The guys discuss the potential impact of Evgeni Malkin on the Penguins and Tyler Seguin on the Stars if either returns before the end of the regular season and other players including Semyon Varlamov (now leads NHL in shutouts), Mikael Granlund, Kasperi Kapanen, Phil Kessel, Elias Lindholm, Thomas Greiss, Yegor Sharangovich and which rookie goalies could make an impact in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Hour 2: Robby Stanley and Joe Rexrode discuss Mikael Granlund's future with the Predators and whether he'll re-sign again this offseason. Has the recent success of the team affected how the fans view their future? Plus, the guys have their weekly The Choice Is Yours segment.
Hour 3: Cory Curtis of News 2 joins Robby Stanley and Joe Rexrode to discuss the Predators weekend, upcoming NHL trade deadline and what to make of Eddie George going to TSU. Plus, the guys continue the discussion surrounding the Preds' approach to the trade deadline and Mikael Granlund's value.
Poile, you got to let me know, will I stay or will I go? If you say that I am yours, I'll be a Pred until the end of time. So you got to let me know, will I stay or will I go?That's the song the Preds were singing just two weeks ago when the season seemed to a wash. Suddenly though, the Preds find themselves on six game win streak after beating Dallas on Tuesday night.The question now becomes what does Poile do? Does he stand still and try to make the playoffs with the team as it, risking a first round exit against possible Tampa or Carolina or does he trim the fat and focus on the youth movement he teased us about as the season began?Music City Gold is powered by 7Element, providing military veterans and first responders the opportunity to engage in hockey! It is produced by Kyle Hancock and hosted by Kyle, Daniel Mangrum, and Matt Bain. You can find the show on Twitter @MusicCityGold and the guys at:Kyle – @kylehancockDaniel – @seedandrumMatt – @MattBain31
First Up's Carlo Colaiacovo joins Andi Petrillo and Mike Johnston to discuss the Raptors trading Norm Powell, if the Kyle Lowry situation reminds him of the Mats Sundin trade scenario with the Leafs and why he doesn't think Mikael Granlund would move the needle for the Leafs.
TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun joins Andi Petrillo and Dave Poulin to discuss the Leafs interest in Mikael Granlund, how the league handled the Tim Peel hot-mic incident and if there are bigger underlying issues with officiating, and how the Habs game postponement may impact the schedule.
Andi Petrillo is joined by TSN hockey analyst Dave Poulin on Leafs Lunch. They start hour one by discussing the news of referee Tim Peel being fired for being caught on a hot mic and if this will stop referees from ever wearing mics again. Then Andi and Poulin are joined by TSN hockey insider Pierre LeBrun to chat about the possibility of the Leafs targeting Predators forward Mikael Granlund at the trade deadline and his thoughts on the Peel firing.
We pick our giveaway winner this episode! Justin and Matt break down the win over Dallas including audio from Mikael Granlund and John Hynes on Pekka Rinne and Roman Josi, respectively. Does the win change anything looking forward? Probably not. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
What a doozy today. 22 teams play 4 game schedules, *we talk about all of them. * Plus some teams w/only 3 games, but 2 off-nights! Couple Storylines to boot: - Shayne Gostisbehere resurgence? - What to do with Carey Price? - Tarasenko coming back? Lots to unpack in a PACKED week, we cover a ton! As you can see in the runtime... there is a ton of content. Hope you guys like it! Love ya's Players Discussed: cracks knuckles -Jack Eichel, Linus Ullmark, Darcy Kuemper, Conor Garland, Petr Mrazek, Robin Lehner, Roope Hintz, Jake Oettinger, Radko Gudas, Erik Cernak, Anthony Cirelly, Blake Coleman, Tyler Johnson, Josh Anderson, Jason Zucker, Tomas Hertl, Jared McCann, Jakub Voracek, Oskar Lindblom, Scott Laughton, Vladimir Tarasenko, Carey Price, Shayne Gostisbehere, Mike Hoffman, Colton Parayko, Auston Matthews, Cale Makar, Anthony Mantha, Dylan Larkin, Trevor Zegras, Rickard Rakell, Max Jones, Jani Hakanpaa, Maxime Comtois, Nick Schmaltz, Christian Dvorak, Antti Raanta, Clayton Keller, Phil Kessel, Ilya Lyubushkin, Lawson Crouse, Nick Ritchie, Charlie Coyle, Jake DeBrusk, Colin Miller, Sam Reinhart, Eric Staal, Carter Hutton, Jonas Johansson, Brock McGinn, Jesper Fast, Martin Necas, Nino Niederreiter, Jordan Staal, Brett Pesce, Andre Burakovsky, Brandon Saad, Devon Toews, Ryan Graves, Bowen Byram, Joel Kiviranta, Denis Gurianov, Esa Lindell, Radek Fakse, Adam Larsson, Jesse Puljujarvi, Jujhar Khaira, Kailer Yamamoto, Radko Gudas, Mackenzie Weegar, Carter Verhaeghe, Alex Iafallo, Adrian Kempe, Gabriel Vilardi, Jeff Carter, Cal Petersen, Jonathan Quick, Chris Driedger, Sergei Bobrovsky, Hunter Miska, Eeli Tolvanen, Mikael Granlund, Juuse Saros, Pekka Rinne, Jesper Bratt, Pavel Zacha, Damon Severson, P.K. Subban, Kyle Palmieri, Nico Hischier, Anders Lee, Jean-Gabriel Pageau, Josh Norris, Drake Batherson (DBath), Connor Brown, Colin White, Tim Stutzle, Brandon Tanev, Casey DeSmith, Kasperi Kapanen, Timo Meier, Mario Ferraro, Radim Simek, Nikolai Knyzhov, Jordan Kyrou, Oscar Sundqvist, Justin Faulk, Ville Husso, Joe Thornton, Ilya Mikheyev, Jack Campbell, Alex Kerfoot, Joe Thornton, Nils Hoglander, Tyler Myers, Alex Edler, Chandler Stephenson, Alex Tuch, Alex Martinez, William Karlsson, Lars Eller, Garnet Hathaway, Ilya Samsonov, Conor Sheary, Paul Stastny, Laurent Brossoit, Josh Morrissey. Probably missed one. If you guys are digging it, subscribe and throw us a follow on twitter, if you're loving it toss us a review, join the discord, or consider becoming a Patron to support the show, and support a good cause! All of our Season 5 Patron profits will be going towards Hockey Fights Cancer, something we're very excited to do. With that, you'll get these team previews early, unedited with even more crass-ness, access to the "Fantasy Diary" during the regular season and compete in listener leagues with us!
I nya avsnittet av NHL-timmen sätts krislaget Nashville Predators under lupp. Den tidigare Stanley Cup-finalisten tycks befinna sig i fritt fall, och frågan är om det är dags att spränga lagbygget och börja om från början. Väljer man den senare vägen finns det en svensk med stort trejdvärde. – Mattias Ekholms låga caphit gör honom extremt attraktiv, tror Jonatan Lindquist. Nej, det är inte mycket som har stämt för Nashville Predators den här säsongen. Efter 16 omgångar har det namnkunniga laget endast sex segrar och måste kämpa för att hålla Detroit Red Wings efter sig i botten av divisionstabellen. Nu börjar röster höjas för att det är dags att spränga lagbygget och starta på ny kula. I det 323:e avsnittet av NHL-timmen kikar Linus Hugosson och Jonatan Lindquist närmare på vilka spelare som skulle kunna gå att byta bort och vad de skulle kunna ge i utbyte, däribland Mattias Ekholm och de finska anfallarna Mikael Granlund och Erik Haula. Dessutom frågar sig podcastduon om Filip Forsberg är ”untouchable”, eller om lagledningen kan tänka sig att trejda även sin stjärnforward. Dessutom: Hur länge till orkar Jack Eichel förlora i Buffalo? Kommer trejdkravet snart? Börjar vi bli oroliga för Mika Zibanejads tröga start, som har pågått länge nu? Vilken roll har Patric Hörnqvist spelat för Florida Panthers starka start? Var befinner sig Alex Galchenyuk i karriären nu när han är redo för sin sjunde klubb på tre år? Victor Hedman eller John Tavares? Ja, det var frågan inför draften 2009, och nu får Jonatan svara på om Islanders gjorde rätt som tog Tavares med förstavalet. Är det dags för större målburar? Ja, säger målvaktslegendaren Ken Dryden. Vad säger Jonatan och Linus? Detta och lite till i NHL-timmens 323:e avsnitt. Innehåll: 3:25 – Stor helg med utomhusmatcher i naturskön miljö 7:57 – När tröttnar Jack Eichel på loser-livet i Buffalo? 18:21 – Hur ska Rangers få igång Mika Zibanejad? 27:33 – Ska Nashville Predators spränga lagbygget? 37:05 – Är Filip Forsberg untouchable? 44:54 – ”Bengan”-effekten i Florida 55:12 – Sju klubbar på tre år… 59:26 – Tavares eller Hedman? 1:01:49 – Dags för större målburar? Medverkande Linus Hugosson Jonatan Lindquist Kontakt Maila NHL-timmen NHL-timmens hemsida NHL-timmen på Facebook NHL-timmen på Twitter NHL-timmen på Instagram Länkar till lyssning NHL-timmen på Acast NHL-timmen på Spotify NHL-timmen på iTunes
In Episode 3 of the Maple Leafs Hot Stove Podcast, Ian Tulloch and Anthony Petrielli digest the team's 6-5 OT loss to the Senators, the acquisition of Alex Galchenyuk, the rumours of the Leafs' interest in Mikael Granlund, Auston Matthews' dominance, John Tavares' performance level, Joe Thornton's fit in the lineup, the Tavares-Nylander line & more.
We prep you for this upcoming fantasy hockey week and who to pay attention to. We also give our takes on who you should be eyeing as long and short term pickup suggestions as well as a look at the schedule and an injury report Players discussed in this episode: Mike Hoffman, David Pastrnak, Ryan Getzlaf, Petr Mrazek, Nathan MacKinnon, Gabriel Landeskog, Zach Werenski, Elvis Merzlikins, Tyler Bertuzzi, Ryan Johansen, Jakub Vrana, Kris Letang, Thomas Chabot, Teuvo Teravainen, Patrik Laine, Erik Cernak, Reilly Smith, Andre Burakovsky, Timo Meier, Sergei Bobrovsky, Mark Giordano, Tony DeAngelo, Conor Garland, Vincent Trocheck, Mikael Granlund, Jake Allen, James Reimer, Jake Oettinger, Pavel Buchnevich, Ryan Strome, Jesse Puljujarvi, Evgenii Dadonov, Alec Martinez, Alex Killorn Timestamps: Week Review: 0:00 Injury Report: 4:00 Drop Candidates: 5:35 Long Term Targets: 11:45 Schedule Preview: 15:50 Short Term Targets: 16:50
The Predators return home to Nashville and win two against the Blackhawks (6:50). What lessons are being learned by the team early in the season, and what's new about this year? Then, Brooks Bratten and Thomas Willis chat with Predators President and CEO Sean Henry on the business side of hockey (21:40). Plus, learn what life is like on the road (44:00) and hear your Twitter questions answered (51:40).
Well, that didn’t last long. When this episode was recorded Thursday morning, the Nashville Predators were (SOMEHOW!?) sitting at the top of the Central Division. Despite that 0-7 loss to Dallas. Now, on Friday, they’re currently tied for second. Still, an impressive feat for a team with one of the worst power plays in the league!Will the team be able to stay on top so long as their special teams continue to underperform? That’s just one topic hosts Michael Gallagher, Geert De Lombaerde and Megan Seling explore on this week’s episode. Also discussed: Mikael Granlund is proving to be a vital part of the team’s offense -- can you believe they almost let him get away?Plus: How to inspire Ryan Johansen to shoot the puck, and is a David Legwand Hat Trick in our future?
Let's get weird. A discussion that starts off fairly normal turns into something completely random with Justin and Matt. First, Mikael Granlund and Philip Tomasino have joined the Preds...where do they fit in? Next, it's two games against the Stars. How impressive is Dallas and what should we expect? Next, it's a segment to end all segments: Toronto slang, stories about bourbon and baseball bats. All that and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The 2020-21 NHL season is officially underway. Nashville is victorious on Opening Night (1:10) with new players making an immediate impact. Sportsnet NHL Insider Elliotte Friedman joins the show (20:55) to discuss the Preds and the "most unpredictable season" of all time. Plus, Brooks Bratten and Thomas Willis analyze Nashville's roster (7:40) and answer your Twitter questions (41:45) from the week.
Predators forward Erik Haula makes his debut on the podcast and talks about his newborn son and recently adopted puppy (21:45). Training Camp Presented by Vanderbilt Health is underway, and Brooks Bratten and Thomas Willis share what they've learned about the 2020-21 version of the Preds (4:25). Plus, hear a recap of the Preds prospects at the 2021 World Junior Championship (40:20) and an update on Nashville's AHL team affiliation (34:45).
The calendar flips to 2021 and the Predators return to the ice. Preds Head Coach John Hynes joins the show to discuss changes to his team's roster and previews training camp (22:00). The podcast breaks down the signings of forwards Mikael Granlund and Erik Haula (6:30). Plus, Thomas Willis and Brooks Bratten explain the new taxi squad addition to the roster and speculate about who could be on it. (39:30).
The Athletic's Adam Vingan and Braden Gall talk Nashville Predators hockey. The reason Mikael Granlund is back Getting to know Erik Haula Flexibility was the point Projecting the final spot in the top six Replicating the third line production What to do with Eeli Tolvanen? Who is on the Taxi Squad, aka the Cash Cab Schedule thoughts: Tough start, finish (easy middle) Calling people Coach
On Episode 6 of the Catfish on Ice Podcast hosts Chad Minton, Colin Blouin and Rich Howe discuss the impacts of the signings of Mikael Granlund and Erik Haula for the Nashville Predators, interview Hart from PuckPedia on the salary cap situation, and name their players on top of their New Years Eve guest list!
Nick and Shaun break down Mikael Granlund and Erik Haula's signings with the Predators, and contemplate the dangers of Canadian geese Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bryan and Eric get together to preview the World Juniors, where we'll get to see Nashville prospects Philip Tomasino (Canada), Juuso Parssinen (Finland), and Iaroslav Askarov, Semyon Chistyakov and Egor Afanasyev (Russia) all compete for a medal. Eric walks through his impressions of every team and the impact that Nashville's future stars could make in the tournament. We also open with a little discussion on the re-signing of Mikael Granlund as well as the AHL trade of Zach Magwood to Ottawa for Michael Carcone. Also - our apologies for the irregular audio quality for parts of the call - we worked on editing as much out as possible, but there are some choppy moments and we're going to work on eliminating those in the future! Find both Bryan and Eric at www.OnTheForecheck.com, and follow the Podcast's twitter feed at @ForecheckPod. You can find Bryan on Twitter at @BryanBastin and Eric at @OnTheFutureOTF. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Justin and Matt break down the re-signing of Mikael Granlund to the Nashville Predators. Then they answer the question on if the Preds are now more difficult to play against. They wrap it up discussing Christmas movies, but not a focus on favorites...they talk about what they think is the worst one of the more popular movies out there. Bradford and Best close it up with more intro to sports betting. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We talk more Titans and NFL this hour. At this point for the Titans, can the offense be good enough to overcome just how bad this defense is? What do we think about the matchup vs the Packers this week and what it means for the defense. Some breaking news as the Preds are bringing back Mikael Granlund for a one year deal. The NFL will allow teams to interview coaching candidates virtually this offseason. Plus Jared runs down the action in the NFL for week 15.
The NHL is coming back. Probably. On this week's podcast, the guys talk about the NHL's return-to-play plan, division realignment (and how it changes things for the Hurricanes), Mikael Granlund rumors, and massive Star Wars news. Subscribe on Google Podcasts ● Subscribe on Apple Podcasts ● Subscribe on Spotify ● Subscribe on Stitcher Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode, we run down a list of possible Ducks' free agent targets, including Anthony Duclair, Mikael Granlund, and Erik Haula who could potentially bolster the Ducks' lineup. John Broadbent of Defending the Nest then provides an informed assessment of the San Diego Gulls' playoff chances. We also discuss whether Jakob Silfverberg is still worth his contract, if Ryan Getzlaf should be traded, and much more!If you’d like to support the show, here a couple of options you have: Go to manscaped.com and get 20% off + free shipping with the code: CTP #manscapedpod Go to mackweldon.com/crashthepond and get 20% off your first order with the code: CTP Subscribe to our live Twitch stream twitch.tv/crashthepond Become a Patreon patron: patreon.com/crashthepond Check out the video version of the podcast: youtube.com/crashthepond Or leave us a review on Apple PodcastsThanks for listening!
The Predators are slated to pick at No. 11 overall at the NHL Draft from Oct. 6 to 7. Nashville Chief Amateur Scout Tom Nolan joins the show to set the stage for an unprecedented, virtual draft. NHL Free Agency opens on Oct. 9, and Preds GM David Poile discusses who could be leaving or joining the team for the 2020-21 season.
Predators GM David Poile and head coach John Hynes were clear in their end-of-season comments: the team must change in order to regain past success. What changes are coming to the roster? What's the early outlook for the 2020-21 season? Thomas Willis and Brooks Bratten discuss.