Season 18 - Episode 20 – February 25th – Pat Malloy, Vancouver Canucks, Dave Poulin, Jason Bukala, M
This week on Hockey Prospect Radio in Hour 1 powered by InStat Hockey, with Shane Malloy and Brad Allen and off the top we discuss Player Development with Pat Malloy on Building an NHL Player” featuring Nic Hague, a Vegas Golden Knights defenseman.
In the second segment we will shift the discussion is our new segment called “The Scout’s Perspective” with Jason Bukala from Sportsnet discussing the topic of “The role of the Director of Amateur Scouting During the NHL Trade Deadline”.
In the third segment, we focus our discussion of the Vancouver Canucks prospects profiling Jonathan Lekkerimaki and Elias Pettersen. In the fourth segment we continue the discussion on the Vancouver Canucks prospects Danila Klimovich and Arturs Silovs.
In the second hour, brought to you by the Junior Prospect Hockey League we discuss the potential impacts of NCAA teams adding an additional staff member to hockey operations and removing the shootout with Mike McMahon of the College Hockey News.
In the sixth segment is Patrick Williams, award winning journalist covering the American Hockey League for NHL.com and AHL.com updating us on the continued progress of the Carolina Hurricanes farm team the Chicago Wolves and the Columbus Blue Jackets affiliate the Cleveland Monsters.
The seventh segment is another new segment on “The Evolution of the Game” featuring Marc Kronewitt, the Executive Director of Silent Ice in partnership with The Junior Hockey Prospects League discussing the next steps in evolution for minor and junior hockey in North America.
Lastly, we are bringing in our new segment called “Behind the Curtain” with Dave Poulin from TSN discussing the topic of “Assessing the cost-value line of young NHL players and prospects for potential trades around the NHL trade deadline”.
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