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THE DEBATE Hockey Podcast – Episode 157 – Hockey Scandal and Cap Crunch

Brad Burud/Blake Friars November 2, 2021 12


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THE DEBATE Hockey Podcast

EPISODE 157 | SEASON 5

Hockey Scandal and Cap Crunch

Listen to “THE DEBATE – Hockey Podcast – Episode 157 – Hockey Scandal and Cap Crunch” on Spreaker.

— EPISODE 157 —

Blackhawks Sex Abuse Scandal

Rielly Signs and Leafs have major Cap Crunch

AROUND THE NHL: Binnington, Weber and our Favorites

3 Questions

Live Questions | Listener Question: Should the recent Chicago Blackhawks scandal give warning that the NHL needs new leadership, should Bettman be removed?

 


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Brad Burud/Blake Friars

Brad Burud brings the rock-solid old-school approach to the show. The Minot, North Dakota native grew up playing hockey, and spends his summers on the links. The diehard hockey fan watches tons of hockey and is full of comments and opinions. The Calgary Flames are his favorite team, and he is often accused of having a Western Conference bias. He is also the host of Flames Unfiltered. Brad brings the conservative, old school approach to the show. He is opinionated and hates losing a debate. Blake Friars brings the Canadian approach to the show. The Bienfait, Saskatchewan native grew up playing hockey for 16 years. The goalie is also a long time Roberto Luongo fan and claims the Vancouver Canucks as his favorite team. Rumors and a few photos have him in Oilers jerseys and cheering for the Habs. He denies it but tends to jump on bandwagons quickly. Blake brings the millennial approach to the show. He is candid in his approach and creates numerous laughs and bad predictions.

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