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The Hockey News Podcast: 2021 NHL Trade Deadline Preview

Breaking down the buyers, sellers, available players and key storylines with the NHL trade deadline less than a week away.
Taylor Hall

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

It's our 2021 NHL trade deadline preview, teeing up the big day, which arrives April 12. Topics covered include:

- Will COVID-19 and salary-cap complications make this the quietest trade deadline ever?

- Should the Leafs pursue another goalie, or is Jack Campbell their No. 1 now?

- Which pieces will go in a potential Columbus Blue Jackets fire sale?

- Predicting landing spots for Taylor Hall, Kyle Palmieri, Rickard Rakell and other prominent trade candidates

- Be the GM: what would you do at the deadline if you were in charge of (insert team here)?

- Listener mailbag, including: Which established young NHLers should seller teams covet?

And much more!

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