The Hockey News Podcast: Who Will Be the Top Trade Deadline Target?

Who will be the most coveted prize at the trade deadline? Was Tom Wilson's suspension long enough? Can Darryl Sutter save the Flames? And more.
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This week on The Hockey News Podcast, with senior writers Ken Campbell, Ryan Kennedy and Matt Larkin:

- Washington Capitals right winger Tom Wilson gets a seven-game suspension for boarding Boston's Brandon Carlo. Was the punishment severe enough?

- Darryl Sutter takes over as coach of the Calgary Flames. Can he duplicate the mid-season turnaround he executed in Los Angeles nine years ago?

- Proposed NHL draft-lottery changes include only two teams winning the lottery, only jumping up 10 spots and not jumping up to win the lottery more than twice in five years. Good changes or bad changes?

- What must the NWHL do to ensure the Isobel Cup final gets played without another COVID-19 debacle?

- Who will be the top target league-wide at the NHL trade deadline next month?

- Listener mailbag, including: Which team will disappoint in the playoffs?

And more!

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