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HPC Podcast, Episode 3

In episode 3 of the Hockey Players Club podcast, the crew review last week’s Weekly Picks results: Kitts has another solid showing, Kus finally figures out how to play and shows he might not be as dumb as he looks, all while Rubes (the creator of the game and questions) continues to shit the bed… horrendously.

The boys proceed to discuss last week’s 3 Stars of the NHL, Morgan Rielly’s and Auston Matthews’ torrid scoring pace, if William Nylander might end up in the KHL this season, if NHL players are as egotistical as rappers and NFL players, and Tim Horton’s kickass gathering of Kenya’s only hockey team to skate alongside Crosby and MacKinnon. The HPC podcast team wrap up the episode laughing at the Nashville Predators raising a Regular Season Western Conference Champions banner (wtf?!) and reviewing if there is any place in college hockey for fighting and/or half-visors. Interestingly enough, if at all, over 2,000 people voted on the HPC Instagram poll on whether or not to adopt fighting in college hockey. In a landslide victory, 80% of participants voted “yes” to add fighting.

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