This week on The Hockey News Podcast, with senior writers Ryan Kennedy and Matt Larkin:
- In light of incidents involving the use of racist gestures against Boko Imama and Jordan Subban, is hockey back to square one in the battle against racism? Will we ever see a zero-tolerance structure put into place for racist behavior?
- Keith Yandle ties Doug Jarvis' ironman record at 964 consecutive games and is about to break it at 965. How significant is Yandle's accomplishment? Is it more or less impressive than Jarvis doing it in his era?
- Reactions to the Team Canada men's Olympic roster announcement
- The Canucks name Emilie Castonguay assistant GM, days after hiring Rachel Doerrie as an analyst. What changes will the Canucks bring to their organization by breaking the mold and choosing women for prominent front-office roles?
- Gradually getting healthier, the Penguins are one of the hottest teams in the league. How do they overcome their injuries so frequently? Can we trust them to make a deep post-season run?
- Is it time to blow up the freefalling Philadelphia Flyers?
- Listener mailbag: What's the most unbreakable NHL record?
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