July 11 2014 01:01PM
Things have definitely settled down in the hockey world since our last podcast, with a large majority of the notable free agent signings having long since been settled. That left us with a riveting medley of subtopics to dissect this week, ranging from the earth-shattering Dany Heatley-to-Anaheim news, to an extended discussion about how many fighting majors the San Jose Sharks will incur next season.
It's worth noting that these podcasts have become increasingly fun (for me, and I hope you, the listener) as we witness my co-host Mr.Fin get more and more comfortable in his now-permanent emotional fetal position with each passing week.
As the show went on we also got around to talking about the likelihood of Evander Kane being traded, the new threshold set for paying superstars by the Toews and Kane contracts, and whether we would've personally given someone with as little NHL experience as Cory Schneider the contract that the New Jersey Devils did. All of that good stuff is just past the jump.
Note: Apologies for the annoying little clicking sound that you'll quickly notice, but it subsides for the most part after the first little intro section. Hope you can get past it and enjoy the rest of the show. Thanks for listening!