Puck Talk Live Podcast – Episode 61: Most Disappointing NHL Players

disappointing NHL players

LWOS writers Logan Rosengard and Noah Foster, along with good friend Raffi Sarrafian, discuss news, updates, and more surrounding the most entertaining league in North America, the NHL! We post shows every Friday at noon CST, anywhere you get your podcasts. Make sure to follow us on Instagram, @pucktalklivepodcast

Puck Talk Live Podcast – Episode 61: Most Disappointing NHL Players

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On episode 61, Logan, Raffi, and Noah explore their most disappointing NHL players from this season. Starting off with a Nashville Predators forward who has yet to reach his 50-60 point mark in Music City, and doesn’t look to be improving. Next, the boys move on to the Buffalo Sabres. One star player has been essentially absent in the goal scoring category, and is at less than a point-per-game. Staying on the East coast, the hosts take a look at a New Jersey Devils‘ defenceman who has yet to reclaim his throne of Norris-caliber scoring, and has only marginally improved on the back end.

Moving back to the Central, a new face in the crease for the Detroit Red Wings is having his worst season ever, and the trio explains why. Staying with goaltenders, a young rising star on the Philadelphia Flyers has been bailed out by his team in front of him. Finally, a speedster on the Red Wings having a season comparable to his sophomore slump. Make sure to check out the episode linked above, and stay tuned for next week’s edition of the podcast!

Who are Logan, Raffi, and Noah? Put simply, they are three high school friends who bonded over their strong love for hockey; and decided to share their thoughts with the world via podcast. All three are die-hard Blackhawks fans, but Logan also cheers for the Hurricanes and Raffi also roots for the Bruins. You can find Logan and Noah’s articles on https://lastwordonsports.com/hockey/

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