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The Hockey News Podcast: Could Flames, Leafs have new coaches by new year?

Do Calgary and Toronto need new bench bosses? Why didn't the refs help Matt Calvert? Is Hayley Wickenheiser the top female player ever? And more.

This week on The Hockey News Podcast:

1. The Avalanche's Matt Calvert takes a puck to the face over the weekend, lies bleeding on the ice, officials don't blow the play dead, the Canucks score. The Avs' players are furious. Is the league doing enough to keep its players safe?

2. The Flames and Leafs are in major tailspins. Their players are expressing public despair. What must change to save their seasons? Are coaches Bill Peters and Mike Babcock in trouble?

3. It's Hall of Fame week, and Hayley Wickenheiser is this year's slam-dunk first-ballot inductee. Is she the greatest female player of all-time?

4. Next year, Jarome Iginla will slide into the Hall as a first-ballot pick. Of the players who have waited multiple years, who deserves to get a call with him in 2020?

5. Live listener Q&A

And more!

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