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?  

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The Sports Section: April 20 podcast

April 20, 2017

Following the NASCAR Monster Energy Series‘ traditional Easter break, Greg DePalma and PSN motorsports analyst C.J. Radune discuss whether Kyle Larson can keep the momentum and other observations from the season’s first segment. There’s also playoff talk with analysts Jan Levine (Stanley Cup) and Jamal Murphy (NBA).  

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Prime Sports Hockey: Playoff preview podcast

April 10, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine break down all eight opening NHL playoffs series and offer their predictions for who eventually will lift the Stanley Cup. Can the Washington Capitals finally turn talent into a Cup? What about the Chicago Blackhawks‘ current run of titles in odd-numbered years?  

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Jan Levine’s ‘On the Mend’ report for 2/1/17

February 1, 2017

A detailed account of the key players out, recovering and returning from injury around the NHL including Pittsburgh center Evgeni Malkin. Malkin has 22 goals and 32 assists in 47 games while filing his role as the Penguins’ number-two pivot behind Sidney Crosby. Let’s take a look at how long Malkin is expected out as well as updates on the other 26 players that make this week’s infirmary list.

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Prime Sports Hockey: Dec. 14 podcast

December 14, 2016

Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine take an early look at the NHL‘s playoff picture and discuss their top futures picks. The ultra-tough Metropolitan Division gets plenty of attention, with the Philadelphia Flyers on a nine-game winning streak and a tight battle likely to fill a projected five of eight Eastern Conference playoff slots.  

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Prime Sports Hockey: Eastern conference preview

October 10, 2016

Greg DePalma and PSN hockey analyst Jan Levine preview the NHL‘s Eastern conference as the Pittsburgh Penguins attempt to defend the title, with the latest on Sidney Crosby’s concussion. The Washington Capitals will defend the Presidents’ Trophy, and the Tampa Bay Lightning attempt to reach the conference finals for the third-consecutive season.

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Prime Sports Hockey: Stanley Cup Finals podcast

May 30, 2016

Greg DePalma and Jan Levine of RotoWire.com preview the Stanley Cup Finals, as the red-hot San Jose Sharks’ first trip to the final stage sends them against Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins. They also touch on free agency, where Steven Stamkos is the big prize as he weighs whether to leave Tampa Bay.  

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Prime Sports Hockey: Conference finals podcast

May 23, 2016

Greg DePalma is joined by Jan Levine of RotoWire.com to look at the NHL’s conference finals, where the Tampa Bay Lightning are one win away from their second consecutive trip to the Stanley Cup Finals. Meantime, the San Jose Sharks and St. Louis Blues are deadlocked 2-2 in the Western Conference.  

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Prime Sports Hockey: Conference finals podcast

May 14, 2016

Greg DePalma and Jan Levine, hockey writer for RotoWire.com, take an in-depth look at the NHL conference finals that begin Friday night. The Tampa Bay Lightning, playing without injured star Steven Stamkos, seek a Finals return as they take on the Pittsburgh Penguins. In the West, the St. Louis Blues and San Jose Sharks are both coming off seven-game series wins.  

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Prime Sports Hockey: May 2 podcast

May 2, 2016

Greg DePalma and Jan Levine of RotoWire.com look at the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, where the San Jose Sharks already are off to a 2-0 advantage over the Nashville Predators. The East’s marquee matchup pits Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals against Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins.  

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