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The Hockey News Podcast: What Happens to Evander Kane if Gambling Accusations Prove True?

What is a fair punishment if the NHL finds proof that Evander Kane bet on his own games? Which contending team's quiet off-season should worry its fans the most? What now for the Sabres and Jack Eichel? And more.

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

- Evander Kane's wife Anna Kane accuses him of gambling on his own games and throwing games. If the NHL finds evidence to confirm his guilt, what is an appropriate punishment?

- A few playoff contenders have been notably silent this off-season. Which fan bases should be particularly worried about their teams standing pat?

- Jack Eichel's agents issue a statement claiming that the trade process isn't working and that he needs permission for surgery soon if he wants to recover for the 2021-22 season. What does Sabres GM Kevyn Adams do now?

- Marc-Andre Fleury changes his mind and decides he'll play for the Chicago Blackhawks this coming season. Will they make the playoffs with him in their net?

- No more David Krejci and perhaps no more Tuukka Rask. With few players left from their 2011 championship team, are the Boston Bruins watching their Stanley Cup window close?

- Listener mailbag, including: predicting the next captains for the six franchises with vacancies

And more!

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