Nick and Cam present cases for James Norris Memorial Trophy, Vezina Trophy and Calder Memorial Trophy finalists and predict how the rest of the 2022 First Round should go.
DTFR and Brews & Bruins join forces to play a little “Off the Cuff” and “He Doan Live There” in the second half of a crossover week (feat. Chris Gere, Cam Hasbrouck and Drew Johnson).
DTFR and Brews & Bruins join forces to talk a little bit about the Boston Bruins’ trade deadline headlines.
Hampus Lindholm is the new man on campus, Jake DeBrusk has an extension in his hands and Josh Brown packs a punch in blue line depth as Chris Gere, Cam Hasbrouck and Drew Johnson join Nick and Cam to unpack what’s in store for Boston down the road and more.
There’s less than a month until the 2022 NHL Trade Deadline on March 21st, so let’s identify what teams are likely buying, selling or standing pat as General Managers across the league gear up for “the stretch”.
Tuukka Rask retired, Zdeno Chara reached another milestone, Pat Verbeek was hired by the Anaheim Ducks as General Manager, Ken Holland finally did the thing (fired Dave Tippett), Martin St. Louis is an interim head coach in Montréal, Cammi Granato is an Assistant General Manager in Vancouver and “Off the Cuff” returns to haunt Cam.
Nick and Cam loosely recap the last month of hockey– going from full speed ahead to proceeding with caution, coming to a full stop, watching the men’s World Juniors (that also came to a full stop) and everything that’s restarted since then. Also, Tuukka Rask is back (kind of), Bruce Boudreau is off to a hot start and everything fun is canceled (or postponed).
Jess Belmosto joins the show to talk about the Boston Bruins in transition, the Montréal Canadiens’ front office turnover, breaking Vancouver Canucks news, some Calgary Flames talk, Jersey talk and gauging where teams should be by the end of April based on the standings at American Thanksgiving.
We’re back after a little break in the action to talk about a few milestones, Jersey jerseys, Jim Benning, Fenway Sports Group possibly buying the Pittsburgh Penguins and– most importantly– hockey culture and the aftermath (or lack thereof) from the Chicago investigation.