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Calgary Tries To Close And The Leafs Lose Muzzin

No 2020 Stanley Cup Qualifier has had more drama than the Flames-Jets series. Eric Francis joins Ryan and Rory to break down the first three tilts and look ahead to Game 4.

While the top line has shown well, Francis believes the Flames’ best unit remains Mikael Backlund with Matthew Tkachuk and Andrew Mangiapane. As someone who’s been around Tkachuk since the start of his NHL career, what has Francis learned about one of hockey’s most pot-stirring figures?

With the news that Jake Muzzin will be sidelined for the duration of Toronto’s series versus Columbus, the boys discuss what the Leafs blue line might look like for Game 3 and how Muzzin’s absence will affect the Buds. Also, with Brock Boeser back on the No. 1 trio in Vancouver, the Canucks are looking to take control of their set with the Wild in what has become a best-of-three showdown.

Tape to Tape is powered by RAM, back-to-back winner of MotorTrend’s truck of the year. Don’t forget to sign up for the Sportsnet Fantasy Hockey Playoff Pool presented by RAM, at Sportsnet.ca/RAM for your chance to win $50,000 in cash prizes and the grand prize — a 2020 RAM 1500 or RAM 2500.

This episode is produced and sound designed by Michael Mayers, and hosted by Rory Boylen and Ryan Dixon.

Tape to Tape is also on YouTube. Watch it here. Our video and social media producer is Mike Tassone.

Audio Credits: YouTube.com/NHL

The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.

No 2020 Stanley Cup Qualifier has had more drama than the Flames-Jets series. Eric Francis joins Ryan and Rory to break down the first three tilts and look ahead to Game 4.

While the top line has shown well, Francis believes the Flames’ best unit remains Mikael Backlund with Matthew Tkachuk and Andrew Mangiapane. As someone who’s been around Tkachuk since the start of his NHL career, what has Francis learned about one of hockey’s most pot-stirring figures?

With the news that Jake Muzzin will be sidelined for the duration of Toronto’s series versus Columbus, the boys discuss what the Leafs blue line might look like for Game 3 and how Muzzin’s absence will affect the Buds. Also, with Brock Boeser back on the No. 1 trio in Vancouver, the Canucks are looking to take control of their set with the Wild in what has become a best-of-three showdown.

Tape to Tape is powered by RAM, back-to-back winner of MotorTrend’s truck of the year. Don’t forget to sign up for the Sportsnet Fantasy Hockey Playoff Pool presented by RAM, at Sportsnet.ca/RAM for your chance to win $50,000 in cash prizes and the grand prize — a 2020 RAM 1500 or RAM 2500.

This episode is produced and sound designed by Michael Mayers, and hosted by Rory Boylen and Ryan Dixon.

Tape to Tape is also on YouTube. Watch it here. Our video and social media producer is Mike Tassone.

Audio Credits: YouTube.com/NHL

The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.