Hockey fans already know the name, but this is not the blog. From Sportsnet, 32 Thoughts: The Podcast with Jeff Marek and NHL Insider Elliotte Friedman is a weekly deep dive into the biggest news and interviews from the hockey world.
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Expect lots of news! Jeff and Elliotte provide more details on the Kyle Dubas situation (1:00), where Toronto is at with their GM search --- it's close (7:20), Washington finds their coach (9:40), Predators make changes (12:00), Flames/Ducks/Blue Jac... more
What a moment for Latvia! Jeff and Elliotte recap the IIHF World Championship (45:30) and discuss Latvia winning their first hockey medal at a world championship (50:45). But before that, they get into Kyle Dubas and Pittsburgh (2:00), Ottawa sale (5... more
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Hockey players are terrible people. Entitled racist and uneducated frat boys. These two work to cover that up and worked to cover up the sexual assaults by the NHL. These two Gary Boys claim the NHL can do no wrong. Will defend the complete incompetence of NHL refs. Gary’s boys will even call players cry babies for complaining about the refs. They also support rapists like Jonathan Toews, they worship him.
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Focuses on the negative. Your team will have to lose 4 in a row for them to not talk about the leafs.
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32 Thoughts: The Podcast launched 5 years ago and published 301 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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