Prime Sports Hockey: July 3 podcast

July 3, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine review the early headlines from NHL free agency, as the New York Rangers land prized target Kevin Shattenkirk from Washington (center) and the Toronto Maple Leafs add veteran leadership in Patrick Marleau. Also, the Montreal Canadiens lock up goaltender Carey Price with a new deal.  

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Prime Sports Hockey: June 30 podcast

June 30, 2017

On the eve of NHL free agency, Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine go in-depth to look at needs and likely options for all 31 teams. Of primary interest is where defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk might wind up after his half-season rental by the Washington Capitals. Also, will the Colorado Avalanche trade center Matt Duchene?  

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Prime Sports Hockey: June 23 podcast

June 23, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine again welcome Miika Taylor of Blueshirt Banter to look at what transpired at the NHL expansion draft, with such players as Marc-Andre Fleury and James Neal now laying the foundation for the Vegas Golden Knights. They also discuss the New York Rangers trading center Derek Stepan and goaltender Antti Raanta to Arizona for the No.7 pick in the NHL draft.  

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Prime Sports Hockey: Expansion Special

June 19, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine discuss the NHL expansion draft with Miika Taylor of Blueshirt Banter, as the Vegas Golden Knights stock their roster. Which marquee veterans were exposed, and what deals can Vegas GM George McPhee strike by taking (or not taking) those key names?  

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The Sports Section: June 8 podcast

June 8, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jamal Murphy discuss the Golden State Warriors‘ Game 3 dagger in Cleveland, pushing the Cavaliers to the brink of getting swept out of the NBA Finals. In addition, hockey analyst Jan Levine steps in to talk about a much more compelling Stanley Cup Finals, with the Pittsburgh Penguins and Nashville Predators each winning twice at home.  

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Prime Sports Hockey: June 2 podcast

June 3, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine discuss whether the NHL’s offside review rules need a revamp after a controversial review disallowed the first goal of the Stanley Cup Finals, effectively killing the Nashville Predators‘ Game 1 momentum. They also break down the Pittsburgh Penguins‘ 2-0 lead as the series heads to Nashville, and compare Sidney Crosby‘s legacy today against the Wayne Gretzky era.  

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Prime Sports Hockey: Stanley Cup Finals podcast

May 29, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine take an in-depth look at the Stanley Cup Finals, as the Pittsburgh Penguins seek to become the first team to win back-to-back titles since the Detroit Red Wings in 1997 and ’98. Not only are the Nashville Predators making their first Finals appearance, they have only one player with Finals experience – and captain Mike Fisher is just returning from injury.  

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Prime Sports Hockey: May 24 podcast

May 24, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine take a closer look at the Western Conference champion Nashville Predators, a No.8 seed who overcame a trio of key losses to beat the Anaheim Ducks behind huge outings from such new heroes as Colton Sissons, Austin Watson and Pontus Aberg. They also preview Thursday night’s Game 7 in the East between the Pittsburgh Penguins and resilient Ottawa Senators.  

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The Sports Section: May 18 podcast

May 18, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jamal Murphy discuss a very good week for the Boston Celtics, who reached the NBA‘s Eastern Conference finals and landed the No.1 pick in next month’s NBA draft. Playoff talk continues as NHL analyst Jan Levine breaks down early series leads for the Ottawa Senators and Nashville Predators, and C.J. Radune offers an update on NASCAR‘s premier series ahead of All-Star weekend.  

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Prime Sports Hockey: May 12 podcast

May 12, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine ask what will become of the Washington Capitals after yet another NHL playoffs ouster  short of the conference finals. They also look at the four teams still standing as a pair of upstarts – the Ottawa Senators and Nashville Predators – take on the defending champion Pittsburgh Penguins and No.1 West seed Anaheim Ducks.  

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