The Hockey News Podcast: Is Tom Wilson too Dangerous for the NHL?

Dirty or clean, will Tom Wilson ever stop hurting people? Who has the edge in the Calder Trophy race? Does Ryan Miller have a Hall of Fame case? And more.
Author:
Publish date:
USATSI_16008231

This week on The Hockey News Podcast, with senior writers Ken Campbell, Ryan Kennedy and Matt Larkin:

- Tom Wilson goes off against the New York Rangers with dangerous attacks on Pavel Buchnevich and Artemi Panarin but walks away with only a $5,000 fine. Is Wilson too dangerous for the NHL right now?

- Connor McDavid and Auston Matthews continue to post video-game numbers. Do we care about the "North Division is inferior" debate?

- Kirill Kaprizov and Jason Robertson are neck and neck for the Calder Trophy. Who has the edge? And what about Alex Nedeljkovic?

- Ryan Miller will retire after this season. He's not a Hall of Famer…right?

- The Ottawa Senators were 2-11-1 and are 18-16-4 since then. Are they for real or just a team playing well with no pressure?

- Listener mailbag, including: what should the Boston Bruins do with all their UFAs this summer?

And more!

Download and subscribe on iTunes, and on Soundcloud.

​Listen on Spotify

Listen on IHeartRadio

Listen on Google Podcasts

Listen on ACast

Listen on PodBean

Listen on Stitcher

Listen on Player.FM

Listen on TuneIn

Listen on Luminary

Listen on PodBay

Listen on Bullhorn

Listen on Breaker

Listen on Podfriend

Listen on PodKnife

Listen on Podhero

TOP HEADLINES

USATSI_16052827
Play

McDavid Reaches 100 Points in 53 Games

Connor McDavid has become the ninth NHL player — and first in his lifetime — to get to 100 points in 53 games or fewer.

John Tortorella
Play

John Tortorella Will Not Return To Blue Jackets

John Tortorella will not return to Columbus in 2021-22, but he still wants to coach in the NHL somewhere next season.

Sheldon Keefe May 8/21
Play

Maple Leafs' Sheldon Keefe on His Team's Successful Regular Season: 'We Knew We Had To Be Better Defensively'

Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe says his team went from one of the worst teams in goals-against at even strength to a top-five team and that was the change that led them to clinch the North Division this season.