Hey everyone!  Per usual, we start off by examining the latest injuries around the league and their impact to their teams and fantasy owners.  From there, we talk about the situation the Ottawa Senators are in regarding Erik Karlsson’s contract, Kyle Turris’ interview about his end in Ottawa, and where the organization is going.  After that, we examine the playoff picture in both conferences and determine who are the locks to make it in and pick the teams that we think will be in the Stanley Cup Playoffs come April.  At the end, we wrap things up with Three Point Challenge picks.  Be sure to make your pick below. All of that and more in the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast!

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Hey everyone!  Reid joins me as always and after we talk about our listening demographics, we run down all of the latest injury news around the NHL and its repercussions.  Following that, we each give a few different players that we would look to buy high or sell low in fantasy hockey redrafts.  From there, we give our current winners for the NHL Awards before wrapping things up with picks for the Three Point Challenge.  As always, feel free to ask any questions or leave any comments below.  All of that and more on the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast!

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After another recording issue when we recorded on Wednesday, we’re finally back! Reid joins me to run down all of the injuries around the NHL. While this is happening, a trade happens! We give you our instant analysis to the trade between the Anaheim Ducks and New Jersey Devils involving Sami Vatanen and Adam Henrique. After that, we discuss the first line for Vegas doing extremely well, the return of Carey Price, and some players who have performed admirably to start the season but haven’t received the credit they deserve. To close things, we make Three Point Challenge picks. Be sure to make your picks in the comments section below. All of that and more in the latest edition of The Razzball Hockey Podcast!

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Well, this was supposed to be a podcast but as I was about to upload it, I realized there was some technical difficulties in the recording.  Some of Reid’s recording somehow disappeared so there were a couple prolonged periods of silence from when he was talking.  I apologize for that so I’ll summarize what we were thankful for during the podcast.  I was thankful for a sneaky good Calder race, coaches rolling their top lines to make up for lack of depth, Vegas being relevant, and Rasmus Dahlin headlining a solid 2018 draft at the top.  Reid was thankful for the Oilers being bad to punish Peter Chiarelli’s awful decision making, teams being rewarded for having speed and skill, along with Johnny Gaudreau.  We also made Three Point Challenge picks for both Wednesday’s and Friday’s Games.  Reid took Tavares on Wednesday with Hall on Friday while I took Forsberg and Eichel respectively.  Be sure to make your picks in the comments section below. Here are some streamers for tonight:

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Reid joins me per usual to hit on a wide range of topics.  After running down the latest injuries, we have a free flowing conversation talking about the latest trends around the NHL and what to make of them going forward.  Among the talking points are Blake Wheeler’s dominance, the Rangers hot streak, elite goaltenders turning it around and Jason Zucker’s hot streak. As always, we wrap things up with our picks for the Three Point Challenge.  Be sure to make your pick below.  All of that and more on the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast!  

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After months of waiting, Matt Duchene has finally been traded!  We spend almost the entire episode breaking down the recent blockbuster where Duchene moved to Ottawa, Kyle Turris went to Nashville, and Colorado received a pile of future assets.  Who won and lost the trade for both now and the long term?  What can Samuel Girard, Shane Bowers and Vladislav Kamenev bring to the table for Colorado?  What is the fantasy impact for these players along with their new linemates?  Every angle is looked at thoroughly to give you in-depth analysis on this trade.  After that, we make our picks for The Three Point Challenge.  Be sure to make your pick in the comments section below.  All of that and more on the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast!

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Reid joins me as always to take a look at players who are on the struggle bus. After we run down the injuries, and sadly there are a lot of them (poor Vegas), the focus shifts to players around the league who were high fantasy draft picks that have been underwhelming or flat out disappointing. Five forwards, five defensemen and eight goaltenders are discussed and graded on a 1-10 scale on how worried we are about them going forward. From there, we do The Three Point Challenge for Thursday’s games discussing each game since it’s the next big slate on the schedule. Be sure to make your pick in the comments section below. All of that and more on the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast!

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After two weeks, Reid and I are back!  We start off with a injury rundown focusing on a bunch of goalies that went down on top of Patrick Eaves being diagnosed with an extremely rare disorder.  Then we talk about teams that have started off very well and whether we’re buying or selling the hot start.  The opposite end of the spectrum is looked at next with how high our panic level is for five teams that started poorly.  We do another buy/sell with regards to individual players before making our picks for the Three Point Challenge.  Be sure to make your pick in the comments section below.  All of that and more on the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast!

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We have actual hockey to talk about!  After Reid gets me to voice my displeasure with the USMNT for a couple minutes, we get to some teams who have had hot starts, notably the Vegas Golden Knights.  After running down the list of surprises and disappointments, we zoom in and look at individual players who have stood out, positively or negatively, in the early going and how that’s impacting our fantasy decisions going forward.  We wrap things up with a preview of Thursday’s games and bring back The Three Point Challenge!  Be sure to make your picks in the comments section below.  All of that and more on the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast!

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Although this podcast isn’t directly about fantasy hockey, it’s one of my favorite of the year.  Reid joins me as always to look at the over/under totals for every team in the Eastern Conference.  We talk about each team, whether we like the over or under, and if we are confident enough to actually bet it.  We also look at the division odds, Eastern Conference championship and Stanley Cup odds for the necessary teams along with prices for the Hart Trophy.  All of that and more in the latest edition of the Razzball Hockey Podcast brought to you by LeagueSafe!

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