WASHINGTON, DC – MARCH 12: Head Equipment Manager Paul Boyer of the Detroit Red Wings packs a stick bag after the Detroit Red Wings against the Washington Capitals game was postponed due to the coronavirus at Capital One Arena on March 12, 2020 in Washington, DC. Today the NHL announced is has suspended their season due to the uncertainty of the coronavirus (COVID-19) with hopes of returning. The NHL currently joins the NBA, MLS, as well as, other sporting events and leagues around the world suspending play because of the coronavirus outbreak. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

THE DEBATE – Hockey Podcast | Episode 103

Hockey is Back! What does that Mean?

Listen to “THE DEBATE – Hockey Podcast – Episode 103 – Hockey is Back! What does that Mean?” on Spreaker.

Hockey fans continue to power through the never ending NHL pause. Brad Burud and Blake Friars breakdown the great news that the NHL announced last week. Hockey will be back this summer and the Stanley Cup will be awarded. They breakdown the steps needed for a return, the 24 team playoff format and then talk about the many hurdles that the league faces before the puck drops again. The two hockey fans also discuss what play in series they are looking forward to the most and they wrap the show up with another installment of three questions. Great hockey talk as we wait for hockey.

 


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