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The Hockey News Podcast: Can the Vancouver Canucks be Saved?

Is it time to blow it up in Vancouver? Will the NHL pull out of the 2022 Olympics? And much more.

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

- The Vancouver Canucks sit seventh in the Pacific Division after 16 games. What needs to change – or who needs to go – to get the team back on track?

- The NHL postpones three Ottawa Senators games due to 10 players being in COVID-19 protocol. Will the league consider pulling out of the Olympics by the Jan. 10 deadline?

- The NHL's latest Hall of Fame class has completed its induction. Who has the best chance to join the shoo-in Sedin twins in the 2022 class?

- Tuukka Rask appears at the Boston Bruins' training facility. Will he rejoin the Bruins this season, join a new team or do neither?

- Which players, if any, are struggling to the point they could be losing Olympic roster spots?

- Matvei Michkov, 16, turns heads at the Karjala Cup. What superstar does he compare to?

- Listener mailbag, including: Why does Sidney Crosby always escape supplemental discipline?

And more!

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