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The Hockey News Podcast: Who wins the William Nylander deal?

Should Nylander and the Leafs be happy with his six-year pact? Plus, why the league was right not to suspend Tom Wilson this time, and much more.

This week on The Hockey News Podcast:

- William Nylander inks a six-year contract carrying a $6.96-million AAV with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Will he remain a Leaf for that entire contract? Which side fared best?

- No suspension for Tom Wilson after his hit on Brett Seney – and that was the right call. Why?

- If Seattle joins the NHL and Arizona moves to the Central Division, is that a hint of the Coyotes being relocated to a market in a central time zone?

- Fantasy pickups of the week: Eeli Tolvanen, Nick Schmaltz, Nick Ritchie

- Future Watch: Connor McMichael, Joe Veleno

- From the Magazine: Ryan Kennedy on quirky New Jersey Devils goalie Keith Kinkaid's journey to the NHL

- Mailbag: Should the NHL crack down on interference??

And much more!

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