This is The Hockey News Podcast.
Each week we’ll bring our experts together, along with special guests, to talk about all the important issues in the hockey world.
The Hockey News Podcast: Can the Penguins Win Another Cup?
This week on The Hockey News Podcast with Ryan Kennedy and Mike Stephens:
- Discussing the Spencer Knight signing
- Sidney Crosby says he and the Pens are still on a mission to win another Stanley Cup. Is it realistic?
- Mark Stone is training with Vegas and appears healthy - can Vegas get off to a good start, even with their goalie woes?
- Who needs training camp the most?
- Varlamov's future on Long Island
And so much more!
NHChel Podcast: Episode 6 – Power Rankings Are Fun
In the sixth episode of the NHChel Podcast presented by The Hockey News, Safir and Rahil engage in a conversation about the best players in 1-vs-1 and how they are situated in the current power rankings.
They also discuss the relevance of the 1-vs-1 power rankings and how it will be managed throughout the NHL 23 competitive year.
Finally, they provide their thoughts on the presentation upgrades in NHL 23 and what else they hope to learn about the game prior to its full release on October 14.
2022-23 NHL Season Preview - Atlantic Division
Ryan Kennedy and Steven Ellis look at the strengths, weaknesses and X-Factors for every team in the NHL's Atlantic Division.
2022-23 NHL Season Preview – Metropolitan Division
Ryan Kennedy and Steven Ellis break down the strengths, weaknesses and X-Factors for every Metropolitan Division team.
The Hockey News Podcast: 2022-23 NHL Season Preview – Central Division
Ryan Kennedy and Steven Ellis break down the strengths, weaknesses and X-Factors for all eight Central Division teams.
2022-23 NHL Season Preview – Pacific Division
Ryan Kennedy breakdown the strengths, weaknesses and X-Factors for all eight Pacific Division teams.
Fantastic Contant however the latest episode sounds as though it was recorded on my seven year old daughters karaoke machine…
Slow down Steve
Podcast is really starting to find its footing since Ken Campbell & Matt Larkin left. Stephen Ellis is impossible to decipher and incredibly frustrating to listen to a lot of the time however — he’s gotten closer to the mic (maybe too close) in recent episodes but *please slow down* no one can understand your points, it’s a podcast not the disclaimer at the end of a pharmaceutical commercial!
Great hockey pod
Informative, professional and overall a very solid listen. I do miss Ken Campbell and Matt Larkin. Campbell, Larkin and Kennedy were a great trio. Kennedy and Larkin were good too.