MnM Hockey Podcast – NHL Trade Deadline Review

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - FEBRUARY 18: Mark Stone #61 of the Ottawa Senators is pressured by Slater Koekkoek #68 of the Chicago Blackhawks at the United Center on February 18, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Last Word on Hockey presents The MnM Podcast. The latest addition to the stable of LWOH Hockey Podcast Content. Every week the Alex Metzger and Chace McCallum will share their thoughts on the news of the week, have a variety of guests from the world of hockey as well as spending some time on original segments. Sit back, listen, and enjoy.

NHL Trade Deadline Review

The NHL Trade Deadline has come and gone. So, the guys are here to review it. Alex and Chace look at every single detail about the deadline. They look at the return for players like Matt Duchene, Mark Stone, Gustav Nyquist, Jimmy Hayes and much more. Looking at every big trade that happened for each team. Debating how each team did and if it was smart or not.

After that, they talk about how tight the Western Playoff race looks after the NHL Trade Deadline. The guys believe there are 6 legit teams in the West. All of them with a fair chance of making it out of the West.

Lastly, the guys give a grading on all 31 teams in the NHL based on how their deadline went. They take into account where the team is, what they did, what they should have done, and the price they paid or sold at for each player. Which team was Alex upset that they didn’t do anything? Which teams did he think were smart to stay put? What does Chace think about Erik Gudbranson? Tune in for all of this and more, with the MnM Hockey Podcast!

Who are Alex and Chace? Alex and Chace are both from Waterloo region in Ontario Canada. Both of them grew up playing hockey and shortly after fell in love with analyzing it. Chace is a noted Leafs and Penguins fan, while Alex is a die-hard Senators fan. You can find Alex’s work at You can find Chace’s work at

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