February 1, 2015
Well boy howdy, it's the 50th episode of the Keeping Karlsson Fantasy Hockey Podcast! Thank you for your downloads, reviews, feedback, Twitter follows, questions, patronage and all-around support through fifty weekly editions. We appreciate it.
On this week's show, we get back up to speed after an eventful return to hockey post-all star break. Elan and Brian break down the the rash of injuries announced this past week and the ensuing ripple effects on the Isles' top six, the Colorado and Toronto blue-lines, and St. Louis' secondary scoring. We also welcome back a key winger in Pittsburgh, a fading blueliner in Long Island, a strong starter in LA, a journeyman suddenly seeing prime opportunity in Dallas, and a fragile Leaf who still has something to give.
We play another round of everybody's favourite game, Sustainable or Fleeting, to figure out what's the deal with a surprisingly persistent Star, a still-young Flyer defenseman re-discovering his scoring touch, an up-and-coming centre finally seeing bounces in Florida, and an outjuried Cane getting the chance to score again alongside his brother.
Finally, the guys weigh in on a handful of recent NHL promotions and AHL demotions.
Players discussed on this episode include Kyle Okposo, Josh Bailey, Mikhail Grabovski, Dion Phaneuf, Morgan Rielly, Jake Gardiner, Erik Johnson, Zach Redmond, Nick Holden, Tyson Barrie, Joffrey Lupul, Jori Lehtera, Paul Stastny, Patric Hornqvist, Tyler Toffoli, Mathieu Perreault, Lubomir Visnovsky, Patrick Eaves, Michael del Zotto, John Klingberg, Seth Jones, Aleksander Barkov, Jimmy Hayes, Aaron Ekblad, Jarome Iginla, Blake Wheeler, Jordan Staal, Ben Bishop, Andrei Vasilevskiy, Mike Richards, Louis Domingue, and more.
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