Colorado Avalanche forward Nazem Kadri chimes in on how he’s coping during the NHL’s current hiatus, his relationship with Brian Burke, and breaking into fatherhood. Later, Burke joins the guys to chat about his #AskBurkie Twitter AMA, negotiating a deal for Roberto Luongo, and his admiration for Kadri.
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Justin Bourne, co-host of Hockey Central, joins the guys to provide an update on his experience in quarantine and chat about how the NHL’s current hiatus could affect Kyle Dubas’s off-season agenda.
The Blues assistant coach chats about life without having games to plan for, when Ben & JD will get their invite to his condo, his first year on an NHL bench as a coach, when we'll see the next edition of "Taping Twigs," the latest the NHL can wait before the season has to be cancelled, the idea of playing the postseason in one neutral zone site, why he's concerned about stepping right into the postseason once action can resume, and napping tips.
The Peterborough Petes forward talks about the growth of hockey talent coming out of California, what inspired him to pick up the sport, the Kings passing on him in the draft, the advice his brother Jason (who plays for the Stars organisation) gave him, the spotlight that comes with playing for Toronto, being at Scotiabank Arena for the David Ayres game, and his objectives for the off-season.
Ben and JD are joined by Justin Bourne, co-host of Hockey Central, to chat about another weekend of binge-watching TV shows and the counterintuitive nature of the NHL’s salary cap model.