The Hockey News Podcast: Should the Next Penguins GM Consider Rebuilding?

Will Jim Rutherford's successor blow it up in Pittsburgh? Is Tony DeAngelo out of chances? Will the NHL require bubbles to finish the 2020-21 season? And more.
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This week on The Hockey News Podcast, with senior writers Ken Campbell, Ryan Kennedy and Matt Larkin:

- Defenseman Tony DeAngelo clears waivers, and the New York Rangers say he's played his last game for them. Does he deserve a second chance with a new team, or is he out of chances?

- The New Jersey Devils place 10 players on the COVID-19 list. Is there any chance the NHL can get through the entire season? Will bubbles be needed eventually?

- With the North Division producing barn-burner games and teams beating up on the Ottawa Senators, will the division winner be a paper tiger in the playoffs?

- Should the Pittsburgh Penguins' next GM hire consider reversing course from Jim Rutherford and exploring a rebuild?

- Can Sam Bennett break out on a new team if the Calgary Flames trade him?

- Listener mailbag, including: what's wrong with Matt Murray?

And more!

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