The Hockey News Podcast: Can the Vancouver Canucks be Fixed?

Can Vancouver's season be saved? Who is the hockey equivalent of Tom Brady? And much more.
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This week on The Hockey News Podcast, with senior writers Ken Campbell, Ryan Kennedy and Matt Larkin:

- Can the Vancouver Canucks' season be saved, or are heads about to roll at the coaching and front-office level?

- Was the NHL right to uphold the blown offside review in the Blue Jackets/Hurricanes game?

- John Tortorella has already benched Patrik Laine during a game. Are the Blue Jackets taking a big risk with their pending RFA?

- Tom Brady has more Super Bowls than any other NFL team. Who is hockey's equivalent to him?

- Is Auston Matthews now a top-three player in the world?

- Can the NWHL find a way to thrive without the NHL stepping in to help?

- Listener mailbag, including: Who would have the better career…Johnny Gaudreau using Zdeno Chara's stick, or Zdeno Chara using Johnny Gaudreau's stick?

And more!

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