Episode #202 – Don’t Call It A Comeback

Coach Willie D is back in the league!?! Seriously?

Ryan, Geeta and P Mac join you this week on location from Geeta’s parents house as they discuss the shocking coaching shake up in Los Angeles. Former Canucks’ bench boss Willie Desjardins replaces John Stevens as Kings interim head coach while Don Nachbaur is out and Marco Sturm is in as assistant coach. Why Willie? What are the LA Kings looked to get out of Willie Desjardins after such a polarizing term in Vancouver?

Speaking of Vancouver, Dave Skypes in to discuss Elias Pettersson’s incredible week with the Vancouver Canucks. Three big victories against western conference rivals and seven points from Elias! Dave asks if Pettersson is the best hockey player in Canucks history and Ryan praises Jake Virtanen and the shotgun grassroots movement in among Canucks fans.

They also discuss Auston Matthews’ latest shoulder injury, Patrik Laine’s slump busting trip to Finland and two teams very interested in William Nylander. The LA Kings are knocking, and based on the struggles they’re facing, some fresh goal scoring blood in that locker room might just be what the doctor ordered!

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