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The Hockey News Podcast: Predicting the William Nylander resolution

What will Nylander's fate be in the next two weeks: sign, trade or sit out the year? Also: why the ex-players got so little in the concussion lawsuit settlement, Wayne Gretzky's hyped comments on Elias Pettersson and more.

This week on The Hockey News Podcast:

- The NHL and ex-players reach a tentative non-class settlement in the concussion lawsuit for roughly $19 million, or $22,000 per player. Why did the players end up with so little?

- The William Nylander deadline is only a couple weeks away now. Will the Toronto Maple Leafs re-sign him, trade him or hold him out for 2018-19?

- Wayne Gretzky compares sensational Canucks rookie Elias Pettersson to himself. Too much hype, or is Pettersson already a superstar?

- Fantasy pickups of the week: Andrei Svechnikov, Tom Wilson, Jaden Schwartz

- Future Watch: Bowen Byram, Scott Perunovich

- From the Magazine: debating Martin Brodeur's rank in our Top 100 Goalies of All-Time Issue

- Hot Take: the NHL's GMs aren't buying "sob stories" from goalies worried about smaller equipment

- Mailbag: where could Rick Nash land if he returns to the NHL?

And more!

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