The Hockey News Podcast: The Predators are Back!

What is the legacy of the Mighty Ducks' movie series? What's the next step for the Flyers and Carter Hart? Which teams are hot and which teams are not? All that and more.
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This week on The Hockey News Podcast, with senior writers Ken Campbell and Ryan Kennedy

- With the trade deadline approaching, which of these teams should be active and who should stand pat?

- Florida: just lost Ekblad, but are comfortably in a post-season spot. Should they add?

- Nashville; looked out of it a month ago, now they're fourth with their competitors swooning. Now what?

- Arizona: St. Louis looks vulnerable and the Coyotes could use a positive finish

- The Tim Peel incident brought up the importance of fairness in the game - especially because gambling is poised to be much bigger in the sport in the coming years. What are the long-term effects of the Peel Hot Mic?

- Disney has a new Mighty Ducks show: Do we begrudgingly acknowledge the importance of this franchise? (and how many of the movies have you seen?)

- Mailbag questions

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