June 03 2013 08:43AM
On this episode of the Steve Dangle Podcast, Steve goes off on Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, and the entire Pittsburgh Penguins squad. Adam Wylde & Steve also discuss the coaching changes around the league, and Adam’s connection to feminine hygiene.
June 01 2013 12:23PM
Yesterday a bit of a kerfuffle erupted online when a translation of a hockeysvierge piece found the Internet. I like foreign interviews because players tend to say more interesting things in both their native languages, and the ones tabloid reporters don't speak.
If you went to hockeysvierge's website and clicked on the translation page, the quoted Gunnarsson bit from the article was "Do not think I need to stay". I've put the image above, so ya'll can see it. However, Google Translations aren't exactly accurate, so we sent off the article to the Leafs Nation's Swedish Bureau to give us a real translation of the piece.
That's after the jump. Read on and discuss.
May 31 2013 08:48AM
Here's a good question: What's Nazem Kadri worth?
Not in the sense of dollars and cents, but how long should the Toronto Maple Leafs choose to commit to their young centreman? In the latest Leaf Report podcast, James Mirtle and Jonas Siegel begin talking about Kadri at around the 20-minute mark, and James says that it could be a tough negotiation between the Leafs and Kadri and the likelihood of a contract holdout, in my view, is pretty high.
That's not a real good thing, and it increases the chance that Dave Nonis and the Leafs could sign somebody in the offseason as "Kadri insurance" in case this thing stretches well into October.
May 30 2013 10:15PM
Ladies and gents, welcome to our new project: The Steve Dangle Podcast
On the first ever Steve Dangle podcast, myself and Adam Wylde, (KiSS 92.5 afternoon co-host of Cash & Wylde/high school buddy) we talk about the NHL playoffs, Tim Thomas, Sidney Crosby's pants, and more.
May 30 2013 09:17AM
At the moment there are three coaching vacancies sitting open in the NHL (thanks Tortorella for opening up another spot.) There’s been no shortage of interest in Dallas Eakins for head coaching jobs in the past, and it sounds like he’s been actively interviewing this summer. There is a very real possibility that the Marlies start the next season with a new coach. While I can’t say I’ve been a believer in Dallas the way that some people have been, there’s no doubt in my mind he would have been better suited for the Leafs than Carlyle at the time of Wilsons departure, and it’s also important to point out that he has been excellent in getting the most out of the Leafs shallow prospect pool. So with not knowing what way the winds are blowing and with months of time to fill before the Leafs start playing again, I can’t think of a better way to kill time than to speculate on what’s happening with an AHL coach.