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We have a Stanley Cup finalist!  Reid and I talk about the Nashville win in Game 6 and briefly bask in glory since we both picked Nashville to make the Finals in the preseason.  After breaking down the game, we look at where Anaheim goes from here and the journey David Poile has taken to build this Predators roster.  From there, we give a quick look at game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals before talking about Reid becoming Twitter famous!  Because of his tweet (pinned on his account), we talk about some of the worst things people can do in their food.  We’d like to know the worst things either you or someone you know does to a certain type of food so let us know in the comments section.  You can also make your picks for The Three Point Challenge below. All of that and more in the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast brought to you by SeatGeek!

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  1. Saints says:
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    Hay viz i have some Questions for you in a dynasty league with hits and blocks which guys Would you take:
    Rantanen or Zacha?
    Connor Murphy or Nikita Nesterov or Patrick Wiercioch ?
    Shattenkirk or Dumba ?

    • Viz

      Viz says:
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      @Saints: Hey Saints, hope all is well. I’d say Zacha for his upside plus he out hits Rantanen, Murphy for the massive hits / blocks combo, and then Shattenkirk for all-around contributions

      • Saints says:
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        @Viz:
        Yeah I’m fine 🙂
        Thanks for the help 🙂 I will try to get murphy and shattenkirk i think they could boost my Blueline a lot.
        What are your thoughts on Shattenkirks landing spots ?
        Maybe thats a topic you can talk (speculate) about in the next podcast.” Big UFA’s Dream landingspots and nightmare spots”.

        • Viz

          Viz says:
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          Not really sure who will be in the market besides the Rangers and the Devils.

  2. Quick Sycamore says:
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    Go Penguins!

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      @Quick Sycamore: Also, I can’t find how the scoring system works for the bracket. Do you have any idea how if a first round win is less valuable than a conference final win?

      • Viz

        Viz says:
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        @Quick Sycamore: GO SMASHVILLE! Yeah, wins in the later rounds are worth more than in the beginning

        • Quick Sycamore says:
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          @Viz: Yeah I figured because those are harder to get. So Penguins win and I win, Preds win it’s you. How much does the goals scored account for? Or is that just a tie breaker?

          • Viz

            Viz says:
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            @Quick Sycamore: Correct, it’s down to the two of us. Goals scored is only a tiebreaker that won’t matter in our case.

  3. Saints says:
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    Its decision Time in my dynasty League (hits,blocks and FOW). I can only keep 5 of those players:
    Jamie Benn costs 8 Million$
    Devan Dubnyk 6 Million$
    P.K. Subban 4,4 Million$
    Jake Guentzel 0,7 Million$
    Staal 4,5 Million$
    Ryan Kesler 7,7 Million$
    Those are my options.I have enough money left to keep every combination but i want to the right choices. Benn Dubnyk and Subban are No Brainers for me i need to retain them at this costs. Guentzel is for me the 4th safe guy with his play the last few months and his play in the playoffs i think hes an absolute bargain at this price. Than i need to decide between Staal and Kesler. Right now i would lean slightly in the favor of Kesler. Staals play dropped a little bit in the 2nd half and Kesler is the better all around contributor and very important for me in the Hits/Block/FOW/PIM department (cant stream guys in this dynasty league).
    I would love to hear your opinion on my players are and which guys you would keep.

    PS: I have some other options (petrovic at 3.2 Spezza at 4.8 Backes at 7.7) but i think they arent worth it as much as the players above.

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      @Saints: I
      PPS: Its eric staal

  4. Viz

    Viz says:
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    @Saints: I’d keep Staal over Kesler mostly because you should be able to get Kesler back at that price if you really want to and odds are he will be cheaper than that. Kesler has nowhere to go but down from this point in his career since he’s about to turn 33, he’s not going to play over 21 minutes per game again and the physical toll on his body, especially after this playoff run, is going to add up. The extra categories do make it closer but I’d rather save the 3.2 million on Staal.

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