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    Go With The Flow Podcast: May 27th

    Yesterday, Commissioner Gary Bettman unveiled a plan for an unprecedented 24-team playoff. With all of the various intricacies, the boys break down what this playoff might look like and what we as fans can expect going forward. Follow us on Twitter @GWTFpodcast_ Subscribe on Apple podcasts / Spotify     More

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    NHL thinking about 24-team playoff format

    The National Hockey League is dead-set on having playoffs, and they might be an adjusted format. The league and player’s association have been discussing the possibility of a 24-team format with some games played beforehand to get the players back into it. While the 24-team format could be great for some teams on the cusp […] More

  • Hockey Playoffs in Summer
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    Hockey in the Summer?

    This is a question that I have seen pop up every so often now that we’re well into COVID-19 quarantine and there isn’t much else to talk about. What would happen if the NHL resumed play in late June/early July and set up a Stanley Cup Final in August? Would fans be attracted to watch […] More

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    Rookies in the running: Calder Memorial Trophy Top Two

    NHL rookies Cale Makar and Quinn Hughes have had phenomenal seasons so far that qualify them to be candidates for the Calder Memorial Trophy, presented each year to the “most proficient” player in their first year in the NHL. The race has been tight between the two all year, with a few other rookies coming […] More

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    Favorite Central Division goals so far

    Remember hockey season? It is such a bummer for some of the hottest teams in the league to cool down right before playoffs. The Central Division is one of the most cutthroat divisions in the league, so let’s take a look at some of my favorite goals through the season thus far.   Chicago Blackhawks […] More

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    St. Louis Blues Win Their First Stanley Cup In History

    The St. Louis Blues win their first Stanley Cup in their 52-year history. The Blues had 250-1 odds to win the Cup in January when they were the worst team in the NHL. The Blues defeated the Boston Bruins in Boston, during Game 7 of the series. St. Louis Blues win first #StanleyCup in their 52-year […] More