The Hockey News Podcast: Was Voracek Right to Rip a Reporter?

Was Voracek justified in going off on a Flyers reporter? Are the Panthers doing Keith Yandle dirty? Previewing the NWHL season; and more.
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This week on The Hockey News Podcast, with Ken Campbell, Ryan Kennedy and Matt Larkin: 

- Jakub Voracek blasts Flyers reporter Mike Sielski during a post-game Zoom presser. Was it fair for Voracek to voice his opinion in that forum, or was it a low blow?

- The Florida Panthers are reportedly using Keith Yandle's ironman streak to pressure him into waiving his no-movement clause. A dirty tactic or nothing personal?

- Overreacting to early-season storylines: which NHL teams have our attention for good or bad reasons already?

- Previewing the NWHL season, which begins Jan. 23

- Listener mailbag, including: what would be the appropriate trade package for the Montreal Canadiens to get Pierre-Luc Dubois?

And more!

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