Kodak Black breaks Hockey Twitter, Connor McDavid comments on Evander Kane, and Jack Eichel's progress towards Golden Knights debut
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Death, taxes, and celebrities at Florida Panther games. Ian Mendes and Sean McIndoe discuss a new challenger to this weeks-long discussion as Kodak Black made news with his appearance at a game this week, and the social media storm that followed. Then, they dig into Connor McDavid's tepid comments about Evander Kane potentially joining the Edmonton Oilers, and the market for Kane. Also, do opinions change on the Bruins as a contender with Tuukka Rask making his return, and Bobby Clarke speaks out on Ron Hextall. Next, in "Granger Things", Jesse Granger gives the latest on Jack Eichel, his debut for the Golden Knights on the horizon, and Eichel's thoughts on the NHL pulling out of the Olympics. Also, how the odds have changed for the tournament with the subtraction of NHL players, and Cale Makar's odds for player awards. To wrap up, Ian and Sean discuss the NHL going by a point system in the mailbag, and in "This Week in Hockey History," the Philadelphia Flyers play too rough against the Soviet Red Army team, and Pat Hughes breaks a Wayne Gretzky record. Have a question for Ian and Sean? Email [email protected] or leave a VM at (845) 445-8459! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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