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S6 E6 – Season Divisional Preview: Scotia NHL North Division

In our fourth and final of our four episodes, we preview the 2021 season, with 31 reporters from every single team in the NHL. We continue with the Scotia NHL North Division. Here we discuss with each of our guests what is currently going on with their teams, and their off-season moves. Also what their predictions are for the team, the division, and more.

“TJ Brodie’s best asset is being reliable, which (Morgan) Rielly has never had,” says​ ​Justin Cuthbert of Yahoo Sports.

Our Guests:

Brendan Parker – @BParkerTV – Calgary Flames
Brenden Escott – @BrendenEscott – Edmonton Oilers
Ian Boisvert – @MaybeItsIan – Montreal Canadiens
Colin Cudmore – @CudmoreColin – Ottawa Senators
Justin Cuthbert – @jccuthbert – Toronto Maple Leafs
Jeff Paterson – @patersonjeff – Vancouver Canucks
Murat Ates – @WPGMurat – Winnipeg Jets

Calgary Flames: (1:27)

Brendan Parker – @BParkerTV – A Calgary Flames TV Host.

  • Breakout Player – Juuso Välimäki
  • Impact Player – Jacob Markstrom
  • Divisional Rival – Edmonton

Divisional Predictions :

  1. Calgary
  2. Toronto
  3. Vancouver
  4. Montreal
  5. Edmonton
  6. Winnipeg
  7. Ottawa

Edmonton Oilers: (11:34)

Brenden Escott – @BrendenEscott – A Producer of Oilers Now on 630Ched.

  • Breakout Player – Darnell Nurse
  • Impact Player – Tyson Barrie
  • New Divisional Rival – Vancouver

Divisional Predictions :

  1. Edmonton
  2. Toronto
  3. Calgary
  4. Montreal
  5. Vancouver
  6. Winnipeg
  7. Ottawa

Montreal Canadiens: (20:52)

Ian Boisvert – @MaybeItsIan – Deputy editor @rabidhabs. and apart of the @Nosebleedscast

  • Breakout Player – Nick Suzuki
  • Impact Player – Josh Anderson
  • New Divisional Rival – Ottawa

Divisional Predictions :

  1. Toronto
  2. Edmonton
  3. Montreal
  4. Vancouver
  5. Winnipeg
  6. Calgary
  7. Ottawa

Ottawa Senators: (31:30)

  • Breakout Player – Thomas Chabot
  • Impact Player – Matt Murray
  • New Divisional Rival – Montreal

Divisional Predictions :

  1. Toronto
  2. Montreal
  3. Calgary
  4. Winnipeg
  5. Edmonton
  6. Vancouver
  7. Ottawa

Toronto Maple Leafs: (38:56)

Justin Cuthbert – @jccuthbert – Covering the Maple Leafs for Yahoo Sports.

  • Breakout Player – William Nylander
  • Impact Player – TJ Brodie
  • New Divisional Rival – Vancouver

Divisional Predictions :

  1. Toronto
  2. Calgary
  3. Montreal
  4. Winnipeg
  5. Edmonton
  6. Vancouver
  7. Ottawa

Vancouver Canucks: (48:12)

Jeff Paterson – @patersonjeff – He covers the Canucks for TSN 1040,
and is also on the Atheltic podcast for the Canucks.

  • Breakout Player – Nils Hoglander
  • Impact Player – Brayden Holtby / Nate Schmidt
  • New Divisional Rival – Calgary

Divisional Predictions :

  1. Toronto
  2. Edmonton
  3. Montreal
  4. Calgary
  5. Vancouver
  6. Winnipeg
  7. Ottawa

Winnipeg Jets: (62:34)

Murat Ates – @WPGMurat – He covers the Winnipeg Jets for The Athletic.

  • Breakout Player – Kristian Vesalainen
  • Impact Player – Paul Stastny
  • New Divisional Rival – Ottawa

Divisional Predictions :

  1. Toronto
  2. Vancouver
  3. Edmonton
  4. Montreal
  5. Winnipeg
  6. Calgary
  7. Ottawa

Scotia NHL North Division Final Group Predictions:

  1. Toronto
  2. Edmonton (Tied for 2nd)
  3. Montreal (Tied for 2nd)
  4. Calgary
  5. Vancouver
  6. Winnipeg
  7. Ottawa

Shoutout: Anna Moyer. A teacher who values teaching people and every individual differently which works with their skills and flaws.

Thank you to all the listeners, for enjoying our four divisional preview episodes.

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