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The Hockey News Podcast: can the Lightning come back from the dead?

Should the Leafs ponder a future without Nazem Kadri? Do the Lightning and Penguins have any chance to rally from 3-0 series deficits? And more.

This week on The Hockey News Podcast:

- Nazem Kadri suspended the rest of Round 1 against the Boston Bruins. Are his days numbered as a Toronto Maple Leaf after he hurt his team a second consecutive post-season?

- The Tampa Bay Lightning and Pittsburgh Penguins fall behind 0-3 in their Round-1 playoff matchups. Is it time to write their eulogies yet?

- Why was Team Finland's goal called back in overtime in the Women's World Championship gold-medal game?

- Fantasy insider: Cale Makar, Quinn Hughes, Cody Glass for keeper leagues

- Future Watch: Peyton Krebs, Kyle Keyser

- From the Magazine: Ken Campbell on his interview with Mark Stone

- Hot Take: An NHL team should give Minnesota-Duluth's Scott Sandelin a chance as a coach

- Mailbag: Is there any scenario in which the New Jersey Devils consider Kaapo Kakko over Jack Hughes with the 2019 draft's first pick?

And more!

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