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New Pod: Should Avalanche Make A Play For O’Reilly Or Toews?

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New edition of “Can’t Hear What Jeremy Says”, THE Avalanche podcast. On today’s show, I welcome Mat Smith from 104.3 The Fan for about an hour and 20 minutes of Avalanche talk, with one of the main discussions: Should the Avalanche seriously think about making an offer for Ryan O’Reilly or Jonathan Toews as a new 2C?

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Adrian Dater - Kiss and Larry Bird fan. Writer with @Gambling and @Bookies, Avs Insider with 104.3 The Fan. Denver Post, SI, Bleacher Report alum, author of seven books.

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Ryan Krueger

Not sure of the specifics of your discussion but no need to panic. We have two horses (Nuke and Landy) who will return. By then we may have more need for a defenseman or heaven forbid a goalie.

dp10

What was with the audio on the podcast? Almost thought I was listing to “can’t hear what Dater said!” I also thought Mat’s take on Newhook was kind a ridiculous. Newhook had a very solid rookie campaign on the third line…13 goals and 33 pts is not too shabby at all! For reference, O’Reilly had 8 goals and 26 pts in his first season with the Avs in a comparable role! Newhook is a really gritty guy who in my opinion absolutely has the potential to be a top 6 forward within a couple of seasons! We are just fast… Read more »

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