The Hockey News Podcast: How do the Sabres Extinguish Their Tire Fire?

What will become of the sad-sack Sabres between now and next season? Is John Tortorella not long for Columbus? Is Patrick Kane the greatest U.S.-born player ever? And more.
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This week on The Hockey News Podcast, with senior writers Ken Campbell, Ryan Kennedy and Matt Larkin:

- The Sabres keep losing games. Jeff Skinner is a $9-million healthy scratch. Jack Eichel and coach Ralph Krueger can't even agree on how Eichel got injured. What does the future hold for this floundering franchise?

- Jordan Binnington melts down and attacks three San Jose Sharks after being pulled. Was it a sign of a fiery competitor or a bad look?

- Patrick Kane reaches 400 goals. Is he the greatest U.S.-born player of all-time?

- How much runway does coach John Tortorella have left in Columbus?

- The PWHPA makes history with the nationally televised game at Madison Square Garden. Does the event move the needle for the future of women's hockey?

- Listener mailbag, including: who is the Vezina Trophy frontrunner right now?

And much more!

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