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Presidents’ Trophy Race Too Close to Call

49m · Real Kyper & Bourne · 26 Mar 22:04

Nick Kypreos, Justin Bourne and Sam McKee start with a look at the race for the Presidents' Trophy as only one point separates the top 7 teams. They are joined by former Red Wings goalie and now-analyst Chris Osgood, (6:15) who shares his thoughts on Detroit's sloppy finish to the season as they compete for the final Wild Card spot in the East, short & long-term solutions in net, the jumps from Mo Seider and Lucas Raymond, and Patrick Kane's impact on and off the ice. Finally, they regroup with Sam for news & notes - if Vegas missing the playoffs is a good or bad thing for hockey, rumours that Tortorella will move to management and which competing teams have the easiest schedules down the stretch.

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