MnM Hockey Podcast – Toronto Maple Leafs, NHL Outdoor Game, and More

NHL Outdoor game

Last Word on Hockey presents The MnM Hockey Podcast. The latest addition to the stable of LWOH Hockey Podcast Content. Every week Alex Metzger and Chace McCallum will share their thoughts on the news of the week, have a variety of guests from the world of hockey as well as spending some time on original segments. Sit back, listen, and enjoy some NHL news, analysis, and discussion.

NHL Outdoor Game

The guys are back with another busy week and lots to discuss. Starting with the Toronto Maple Leafs and their 5-1 collapse. Alex defends the team and says people are overreacting when comparing it to the David Ayres game. Next, the two take a look at the NHL Outdoor game and Alex previews how nice it looks. Granted, that was before the actual games got played. So, unfortunately, they don’t get to discuss the NHL’s planning with starting an outdoor game at noon local. However, they discuss the merits of outdoor games with no fans anyways.

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After, they take a look at who the best player Sidney Crosby could realistically be traded for. As well as what team would be the one he’d go to, even though there is a very good chance he doesn’t get moved. Finally, they take a look at some trends around the league, such as who is playing well and not so well. Also, take a look at if it’s sustainable for each team and what needs to keep happening or change.

Who are Alex and Chace? Alex and Chace are both from the Waterloo region in Ontario, Canada. Both of them grew up playing hockey and shortly after fell in love with analyzing it. Chace is a noted Leafs and Penguins fan, while Alex is a die-hard Senators fan. You can find Alex’s work at LastWordOnHockey.com and milehighhockey.com. You can also find Chace’s work at LastWordOnHockeycom.

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