Hockey fans already know the name, but this is not the blog. From Sportsnet, 32 Thoughts: The Podcast with Jeff Marek and NHL Insider Elliotte Friedman is a weekly deep dive into the biggest news and interviews from the hockey world.
Sunday In The Patch
Jeff and Elliotte discuss a couple of defencemen that are off the market, Mark Stone, the Dale Hawerchuk statue at True North Square, goaltenders on the move and the latest on Jason Robertson.
Trippin' Out In Trenton
Jeff and Elliotte chat about the new contract for Rasmus Sandin, hitting in pre-season, the salary cap, Florida extending Spencer Knight, and they discuss some news around the Vancouver Canucks.
Jeff and Elliotte provide a few pre-season thoughts, touch on Mike Grier's comments regarding his team's participation in the global series game in Prague, and are joined by Allain Roy, the founder of RSG Hockey and the new President of NRX Hockey.
Live from London, Ontario! Jeff and Elliotte kick off their 32 Tour hosted by Boston Pizza in London and record the podcast in front of an audience.
Twelve Carat Rib Injury
Jeff and Elliotte chat with Connor McDavid, Quinn Hughes, Jack Hughes and Jonathan Huberdeau but kick things off by talking toughness and discussing players who are currently unsigned.
Star Sighting In Vegas
Jeff and Elliotte chat with Sidney Crosby, Nathan MacKinnon, Mathew Barzal and Mark Scheifele in Las Vegas at the Player Media Tour.
10 yr old here and saying it’s great
These guys are my podcast idols and do amazing job running the show thanks guys
Great hosts, great show!
Elliotte Friedman and Jeff Marek are the perfect hosts for this show. They’re knowledgeable and entertaining, and they ask the right questions during interviews. The news segments offer insight that we wouldn’t get from anywhere else thanks to Friedman’s insider knowledge, and the interviews show a side of NHL players we don’t usually get to encounter. The guys have a great podcast going here.
These men are legends
Listen to this every night always cheer me up, thanks for being the best insiders in all of sports history