32 Thoughts: The Podcast

A Sweep And Some Tension

Episode Summary

Jeff and Elliotte are still in the studio to discuss the latest action in the NHL playoffs, including Calgary's loss in Edmonton and the Rangers rallying to tie their series, plus they react to the Lightning's sweep of the Panthers and set up the next game of Colorado vs St Louis.

Episode Notes

Jeff and Elliotte are still in the studio! Jeff still doesn't have power, so the guys are still recording in person following Game 4 in the Battle of Alberta. Jeff and Elliotte discuss ‘the goal’ on Mike Smith (0:30), and the boys recall some historic comparables. Next up, the Carolina and NYR series: they discuss the Canes' struggles on the road in the playoffs, some great play from Andrew Copp and Alexis Lafreniere (6:00) and another huge hit from Jacob Trouba on Max Domi in Game 4 (9:00). There is a preview of the possible series-clinching Game 5 between St Louis and Colorado, as well Kadri’s response to the brutal online and on-ice hate he has received since his collision with Jordan Binnington (11:45).

The guys also give their reactions to Tampa Bay sweeping Florida and the quietly brilliant coaching of Jon Cooper, as well as the grit + skill combo that makes TB so successful (15:20). After their Presidents' Trophy season was followed by a quick exit, what’s next for the Panthers? What is the future of Bobrovsky and Joe Thornton? How are Florida going to pay Barkov, Huberdeau and everyone else moving forward…and where the heck were they the night before Game 4?

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Music Outro: Blood Wizard  - Breaking Even

Listen to our 32 Tracks playlist on Amazon Music. All the tracks you hear on this podcast during the playoffs are featured there.

This podcast was recorded by Shoaib Alli, mixed by Mike Rogerson, and hosted by Jeff Marek and Elliotte Friedman.

Audio Credits: Sportsnet

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