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Sportsnet insider Jeff Marek goes around the league in Sportsnet 590 The FAN’s national NHL show, airing live across the country daily from 12pm-2pm ET. Opinion, news and analysis featuring daily segments from insider Elliotte Friedman. Continue Reading >>
Sportsnet insider Jeff Marek goes around the league in Sportsnet 590 The FAN’s national NHL show, airing live across the country daily from 12pm-2pm ET. Opinion, news and analysis featuring daily segments from insider Elliotte Friedman. << Show Less
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That’s A Wrap! Jeff chats with Erin Ambrose about carrying her gold medal wherever she goes, when she knew that the Canadian women’s team had a special group and how her life has changed since the big win in Beijing (00:51). Minnesota Wild GM Bill Guerin joins the show to talk about dealing Kevin Fiala, what they are getting in return with prospect Brock Faber, and how many phone calls he’s been getting after the trade (16:51). To wrap up season one, Producer Matt jumps on to look ahead to the NHL Draft and a look back on the year that was (43:00). Thank you all for listening - see you next season on The Jeff Marek Show! The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
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Snippet of Hockey Central: March 11: A Gamechanger for the NHL Elliot Friedman joins the podcast to talk about the NHL's new deal with ESPN, what it means for the fans, and for the league. According to Friedman, the deal with ESPN might not be as big a deal for hockey fans in Canada, but it's a gamechanger for hockey players and fans in America. It also legitimizes the NHL's position in the world of broadcasting and streaming.
Snippet of Hockey Central: Coaching Legend Scotty Bowman on the NHL's Best Teams Jeff, Justin and Anthony are joined by hockey icon Scotty Bowman to talk about coaching at a young age, an NHL rule that he would like to change, and much more.
Snippet of Hockey Central: Is Vancouver's Season Over Before it Starts? Jeff and Justin are joined by Sportsnet’s Dan Murphy to give an update on the Canucks’ COVID-19 situation and gives his take on how this affect’s the remainder of their season and the trade deadline plans.
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That’s A Wrap! Jeff chats with Erin Ambrose about carrying her gold medal wherever she goes, when she knew that the Canadian women’s team had a special group and how her life has changed since the big win in Beijing (00:51). Minnesota Wild GM Bill Guerin joins the show to talk about dealing Kevin Fiala, what they are getting in return with prospect Brock Faber, and how many phone calls he’s been getting after the trade (16:51). To wrap up season one, Producer Matt jumps on to look ahead to the NHL Draft and a look back on the year that was (43:00). Thank you all for listening - see you next season on The Jeff Marek Show! The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Marek & Friedman: Ready for a Crazy Off-Season? Jeff and Elliotte react to Kevin Fiala's trade to the Kings, before speculating if this trade opens the transaction flood gates around the league and why it could get busy over the next couple of days (00:49). Next, the guys examine Craig Anderson’s new deal with the Sabres, what the goalie market looks like and how the Rangers and Sharks factor into it all (09:22). To wrap, Jeff and Elliotte discuss how Fiala's long-term contract could set the market for a player like Brock Boeser, and look ahead to what's next for Johnny Gaudreau and which teams are of most interest for this off-season (18:00). Thank you all for listening - see you next season! The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
MvsW: An Intriguing Off-Season Ahead? Greg joins Jeff to look at his restaurant habits while on the road, before remarking over why this was one of the better Stanley Cup matchups in recent memory (01:20). Next, the guys discuss the chance for Tampa to get back on top of the mountain next season, what we learned about Nathan MacKinnon in the playoff run and if we could see a change in his personality after winning (09:49). To finish up, Jeff and Greg talk about interesting storylines heading into the draft, Johnny Gaudreau’s future and if anyone can figure out the Carolina Hurricanes (20:43). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Marek & Friedman: Could Kevin Fiala Be on the Move Soon? Jeff and Elliotte look back on junior hockey memories ahead of the Memorial Cup final and remember “the 23 minutes that shocked the hockey world”, before getting into the latest with Kevin Fiala (00:05). Next, the guys look into Pierre-Luc Dubois' situation in Winnipeg, what’s going on with the Bruins’ coaching search, and Anthony Duclair’s injury (08:46). To wrap, Jeff and Elliotte chat about the mystery surrounding the Red Wings’ off-season, the potential interest in big name free agents and if Dylan Larkin could sign an extension (15:35). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Will Detroit Be Big Players This Summer? Jeff chats with Kevin Allen of Detroit Hockey Now about where the Red Wings are in their rebuild, Steve Yzerman’s free agent strategy and how he might look to fill the coaching vacancy (00:28). Later on, our draft expert Sam Cosentino looks ahead to the Memorial Cup Final between Saint John and Hamilton, Mason McTavish’s season and why this year’s draft might be more unpredictable than people think (19:23). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
A Championship Conversation with Andrew Cogliano Jeff chats with Penguins President of Hockey Ops Brian Burke about the impact of the Sedins in Vancouver, Herb Carnegie's deserving call to the Hall and the origin of the GM of the Year award (00:51). Later on, The Athletic's Joe Smith goes over the laundry list of injuries for the Lightning, how much the Anthony Cirelli injury impacted the club and what the market will be for Nick Paul this off-season (20:24). Finally, Andrew Cogliano looks back on lifting the Stanley Cup in front of his teammates, what the perception of Colorado was before he got traded there and when he decided he needed to change his style to stay in the NHL (48:43). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Marek & Friedman: Six Get the Hall Call Jeff and Elliotte react to the 2022 Hockey Hall of Fame class and share why Elliotte was such a big fan of Daniel Alfredsson and a story about a piece he did on Herb Carnegie (00:08). Next, the guys discuss the interest in a couple of the Lightning's assistant coaches, the list of injuries Tampa's players sustained during the playoffs and who the team might be able to keep for next season (11:49). To finish, Jeff and Elliotte look at Scotiabank pausing their sponsorship with Hockey Canada (19:45). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Is the Hart Trophy Next for Cale Makar? Jeff talks with The Athletic's Peter Baugh about Cale Makar’s superstar status, the Avs' will to win for veterans like Andrew Cogliano and how the team might shape up heading into next year (00:46). Later on, Garry Galley weighs in on the Blackhawks’ hiring of his close friend Luke Richardson, Makar’s resume and players battling through injuries in the playoffs (16:23). Finally, Ryan Warsofsky looks back on winning the Calder Cup as the head coach of the Chicago Wolves, and discusses finding the balance between winning and development and the importance of having veterans with NHL experience on the roster (48:21). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Marek & Friedman: The Heroes of Colorado's Cup Win Jeff and Elliotte kick off the segment discussing the impact of former Avalanche scout Alan Hepple on their Stanley Cup-winning current squad, Cale Makar’s Conn Smythe honours and his evolution into a generational talent. Next, they chat about the scenes post-game, Joe Sakic’s patience as a GM and Nathan MacKinnon being able to say he’s “done something” (12:33). To finish up, Jeff and Elliotte chat about Nazem Kadri’s personality on display in his memorable post-game interview, before debating who might get into the Hall of Fame (18:48). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
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