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The Hockey News Podcast: Will Jack Eichel's Agent Switch Bring a Trade?

Will Pat Brisson help facilitate an Eichel swap? Should Montreal match the Kotkaniemi offer sheet? Do the Canada and USA women have the best rivalry in sports? And more.
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This week on The Hockey News Podcast, with senior writers Ryan Kennedy and Matt Larkin:

- The Montreal Canadiens have until Saturday to match the Carolina Hurricanes' one-year, $6.1-million offer sheet for Jesperi Kotkaniemi. What should Habs GM Marc Bergevin do?
- Jack Eichel switches agents, hires CAA super-agent Pat Brisson. What impact will Brisson have on the Buffalo Sabres' chances of trading Eichel?
- Predicting surprise snubs and invitees for the Canadian men's 2022 Olympic squad
- Do the Canadian and American women's national teams, set to meet in the World Championship final, own the greatest rivalry in sports?
- Has Matvei Michkov surpassed Connor Bedard in the 2023 draft-prodigy pecking order?
- Listener mailbag, including: who are some other offer-sheet targets still dangling out there?

And much more!

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