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S7 E2 – NHL Eastern Conference Preview 2021 – aka. Watchout for the Panthers

In the second of two episodes we preview the 2021-2022 season, with reporters from top teams from every division in the NHL. We have all your division ranking final predictions and breakout player for every single team. Now the Eastern Conference.

Guests:

David Alter – Toronto Maple Leafs Reporter for @TheHockeyNews
@dalter
Tim Rosenthal – Managing Editor covering the Boston Bruins @BruinsDaily
@_TimRosenthal
David Dwork – Covers the Florida Panthers @WPLGLocal10 and on the podcast @ChirpingTheCats.@DavidDwork
Blain Potvin – Covers the Montreal Canadiens, writer for @thehockeywriter and Co-host of @habsunfiltered@BlainPotvin_THW
Ryan Gilbert – Writes about the Philadelphia Flyers @SonsofPenn and editor @GamblingPodcast
@RGilbertSOP
Andrew Schnittke – Managing Editor for SB Nation’s Canes Country@aschnitt53
Joe Pantorno – He’s a sports editor @amNewYork covering the New York Islanders
@JoePantorno

Atlantic Division : (2:25)

Divisional Rankings:

Lauren Campbell – @lalalalaurrrren – Covers the Boston Bruins

  1. Tampa Bay 2. Toronto 3. Boston 4. Montreal 5. Florida 6. Ottawa 7. Buffalo 8. Detroit

Bruins Breakout player: Jake DeBrusk. This is his year to shine. After a conversation about communication with Bruce Cassidy in the offseason, and the pressure off to constantly score goals, DeBrusk is poised for a breakout year.

Rory Sumner – @SumnerRory – Sports journalist who covers NHL hockey

1. Tampa Bay 2. Toronto 3. Boston 4. Florida 5. Montreal 6. Ottawa 7. Detroit 8. Buffalo

Bruins Breakout player: Jeremy Swayman. Studnicka didn’t make the roster, and the D-core is pretty standard with no real opportunity for someone to breakout over what they were. Ullmark looked really shaky in preseason so opportunity is there for Swayman to become the starter. But even if it’s a split, Swayman showed so much in his rookie year to instill hope that he’s the real deal. Coyle and DeBrusk are good bounceback candidates though.

Joe Yerdon – @JoeYerdon – Covers the Sabres and currently on the thathockeyshow

  1. Tampa Bay 2. Florida 3. Toronto 4. Boston 5. Montreal 6. Ottawa 7. Buffalo 8. Detroit

Sabres Breakout player: Dylan Cozens

Chris Ostrander – @2ITB_Buffalo – Writer on Buffalo sports http://twointhebox.com

  1. Toronto 2. Boston 3. Tampa Bay 4. Florida 5. Ottawa 6. Montreal 7. Detroit 8. Buffalo

Sabres Breakout player: Dylan Cozens

Clark Rasmussen – @detroithockey96 – Writes about the Detroit Red Wings

  1. Florida 2. Tampa Bay 3. Toronto 4. Boston 5. Montreal 6. Ottawa 7. Detroit 8. Buffalo

Red Wings Breakout player: Lucas Raymond

Brad Krysko – @BradKrysko – Host of the @wingedwheelpod

  1. Florida 2. Toronto 3. Tampa Bay 4. Boston 5. Montreal 6. Detroit 7. Ottawa 8. Buffalo

Red Wings Breakout player: Filip Zadina

David Dwork – @DavidDwork – Covers the Florida Panthers @WPLGLocal10

  1. Tampa Bay 2. Florida 3. Toronto 4. Boston 5. Montreal 6. Ottawa 7. Detroit 8. Buffalo

Panthers Breakout player: Owen Tippett

Ian Boisvert – @MaybeItsIan – Managing Editor @rabidhabs. 1/3 of the @Nosebleedscast

1. Tampa Bay 2. Florida 3. Toronto 4. Boston 5. Montreal 6. Detroit 7. Ottawa 8. Buffalo

Canadiens Breakout player: I don’t know if you can say he’s truly a breakout candidate after what he did in the playoffs for the Habs, but Cole Caufield is probably the favourite to take home the Calder for rookie of the year. A full season next to Nick Suzuki and Tyler Toffoli could see the young American lead the Habs in goals.

Alex Metzger – @nhlsensandstuff – Host of @lastwordonsens Podcast

1. Toronto 2. Tampa Bay 3. Florida 4. Boston 5. Ottawa 6. Montreal 7. Detroit 8. Buffalo

Senators Breakout player: Shane Pinto

Matthew S Esteves – @MatthewSEsteves – Covers the Lightning for Raw Charge

  1. Toronto 2. Florida 3. Tampa Bay 4. Boston 5. Montreal 6. Ottawa 7. Detroit 8. Buffalo

Lightning breakout player: Ross Colton. His speed, forechecking, and hockey IQ are underrated. He burst into the scene last year with an inflated shooting %, but he made an impact beyond just a scoring binge. He drove play well and complimented the skill players in the lineup exceptionally well. I don’t think there will be a huge drop off for him this season. He won’t score goals like he did last year, but I feel he will be a solid player for TB. He just needs to find a groove at 3C to provide the balance the Lightning wants.

Kevin Papetti – @KPapetti – NHL Analyst for Maple Leafs Hot Stove.

  1. Tampa Bay 2. Toronto 3. Florida 4. Boston 5. Montreal 6. Ottawa 7. Detroit 8. Buffalo

Maple Leafs Breakout player: Rasmus Sandin

Peter Bojarinov – @PBojarinov – Host

  1. Toronto 2. Florida 3. Tampa Bay 4. Boston 5. Ottawa 6. Montreal 7. Detroit 8. Buffalo

Overall Consensus Rankings:

  1. Tampa Bay 2. Toronto 3. Florida 4. Boston 5. Montreal 6. Ottawa 7. Detroit 8. Buffalo

Metropolitan Division : (26:09)

Divisional Rankings:

Andrew Schnittke – @aschnitt53 – Managing Editor for SB Nation’s Canes Country

1. NY Islanders 2. Carolina 3. Washington 4. Pittsburgh 5. Philadelphia 6. NY Rangers 7. NJ Devils 8. Columbus

Hurricanes Breakout Player: Martin Necas

Alex Ohári – @FutureCanes – Covers the Hurricanes @thehockeywriter and on the @TTS_Pod podcast.

1. Carolina 2. NY Islanders 3. Washington 4. Pittsburgh 5. Philadelphia 6. NY Rangers 7. Columbus 8. NJ Devils

Hurricanes Breakout player: Martin Necas

Columbus :

Matt Loughlin – @MattLoug – New Jersey Devils radio play by play man

1. NY Islanders 2. Pittsburgh 3. Carolina 4. Washington 5. NJ Devils 6) NY Rangers 7) Philadelphia 8. Columbus

Devils Breakout player: Janne Kuokkanen

Joe Pantorno – @JoePantorno – Sports editor @amNewYork covering the New York Islanders

  1. NY Islanders 2. Washington 3. Carolina 4. Pittsburgh 5. NY Rangers 6. Philadelphia 7. NJ Devils 8. Columbus

Islanders Breakout player: Oliver Wahlstrom

NY Rangers :

Matt Vensel – @mattvensel – Penguins reporter for the Post Gazette.

1. Carolina 2. NY Rangers 3. NY Islanders 4. Pittsburgh 5. Philadelphia 6. Washington 7. NJ Devils 8. Columbus

Penguins Breakout player: Drew O’Connor

Ryan Gilbert – @RGilbertSOP – Covers the Philadelphia Flyers

1. NY Islanders 2. Carolina 3. Philadelphia 4. Pittsburgh 5. Washington 6. NY Rangers 7. NJ Devils 8. Columbus

Flyers Breakout player: Oskar Lindblom

Washington :

Peter Bojarinov – @PBojarinov – Host

  1. Carolina 2. NY Islanders 3. Pittsburgh 4. Washington 5. Philadelphia 6. NY Rangers 7. NJ Devils 8. Columbus

Overall Consensus Rankings:

  1. NY Islanders 2. Carolina 3. Pittsburgh 3. Philadelphia 5. Washington 6. NY Rangers 7. NJ Devils 8. Columbus

*Standout Ranking Selections are in Italics

Links:

Recent Article:

Metropolitan Division Preview & Betting Guide: Capitals, Flyers, Devils, Blue Jackets at Sports gambling podcast .com by Ryan Gilbert

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