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HPC Podcast, Episode 6

Per usual, the HPC podcast crew gets us up to speed on everything current in the NHL. The boys review the Coyotes and Flames current win-streaks, John Stevens being canned as the Kings continue to struggle, Pettersson and Boeser’s growing on-ice chemistry, and a filthy goal in the Happy [Hockey] Valley that earned a spot on Sportscenter’s top 10. Plus, who NHL players want in net for a game 7, potential new NHL awards as suggested by the players and Evander Kane’s ongoing lady-issues and impending lawsuit. All before Kus, Kitts, and Rubes place their Weekly Picks and play some Top Shelf Trivia… and this time Kus triple-checked his answers, unlike Episode 4. He’s not fired, yet.

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Hockey Players Club Podcast: Episode 1 – Episode 2 – Episode 3 – Episode 4 – Episode 5

Please follow the Hockey Players Club on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter to submit your questions and comments for the HPC podcast crew to discuss. And don’t forget to take 60-seconds out of your day to submit your Weekly Picks. Not only can you chirp your teammates for having a superior hockey intellect, but you’ll also have a chance to win a $20 HPC gift card (for weekly winners) and Hockey Players Club XV3 hockey stick (awarded to monthly winners).

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