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Screens & Windows with Steve Valiquette

49m · Real Kyper & Bourne · 09 Apr 22:06

Nick Kypreos and Justin Bourne are joined by MSG Network's Steve Valiquette, who weighs in on what type of goalie is needed to win a cup in the modern era and the importance of capitalizing on broken plays and net traffic in the playoffs. Then, he discusses Ilya Samsonov's playoff outlook, the emergence of Alex Nedeljkovic and Jake Oettinger heating up at the right time. Finally, they regroup with Sam McKee for news & notes - Jack Hughes ruled out for the season with shoulder surgery, Landon Dupont being granted exceptional status, the Canucks solidifying their position ahead of Edmonton and MVP picks.

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