Prime Sports Hockey: Jan. 30 podcast

January 30, 2018

Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine catch up on the best and worst of the NHL‘s first half, including the Tampa Bay Lightning atop the standings along with expansion stunners Vegas Golden Knights. They also look at the latest injury news and trade rumors, update Stanley Cup odds and offer predictions.  


Prime Sports Hockey: April 24 podcast

April 24, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine take a look back at how all the first-round NHL playoffs series played out and offer their predictions for Round 2. After staving off the plucky Toronto Maple Leafs, are the Washington Capitals ready for another scrum with the Pittsburgh Penguins? How far can the Nashville Predators ride the momentum after sweeping out the Chicago Blackhawks?  


Prime Sports Hockey: Oct. 19 podcast

October 19, 2016

Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine look at the opening week of the NHL season, including Toronto Maple Leafs rookie Auston Matthews‘ record four-goal debut and early Canadian success elsewhere in Vancouver, Edmonton and Ottawa. No Canadian team made the playoffs a year ago.  


Prime Sports Hockey: Free agency podcast

July 6, 2016

Jan Levine, senior hockey writer at, joins Greg DePalma to examine the flurry of activity as NHL free agents began to sign. Among key moves: David Backes to Boston, Milan Lucic to Edmonton and the Montreal Canadiens trading P.K. Subban to the Predators.  


The Sports Section: July 1 podcast

July 1, 2016

Greg DePalma and co-host Ross Benjamin discuss the latest sports headlines, including the NHL’s free-agent frenzy as Steven Stamkos stays with Tampa Bay and Kyle Okposo (left) and Milan Lucic are among those changing teams. Also, the NFL summer look continues with the San Diego (still) Chargers.  


Prime Sports Hockey: NHL Draft podcast

June 23, 2015

Greg DePalma and Jan Levine, hockey writer for, take a final look at the Chicago Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup crown and peer ahead to NHL free agency and this week’s NHL Draft. The Edmonton Oilers and Buffalo Sabres hold the first two picks, where Connor McDavid (right) and Jack Eichel figure to be first off the board.