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This month, host Brian Kom chats with Sarah Baicker, Comcast Sportsnet's Flyers' reporter. Kom also catches up with Hockey Prospectus prospects writer Corey Pronman. Rounding out the group is McKeen's pro scouting coordinator Gus Katsaros. Click here to listen to the podcast!

 

On this episode...

 

Sarah Baicker, Comcast Sportsnet's Philadelphia Flyers reporter gives us her take on Philly’s crowded crease, Brayden Schenn and Sean Couturier’s positions on the team depth chart, and suggests which players will excel or struggle in their new roles on the overhauled Flyers roster.

 

Corey Pronman lets us in on which team has the best crop of young talent in the league (the answer may or may not surprise you), and discloses a couple off-the-radar AHLers and not-yet-prospects to keep an eye on.

 

Gus Katsaros, from McKeens indulges us in a conversation on the fantasy values of players who have had a change of address this past offseason-- he tells us what Brad Richards means to the entire Rangers roster, how one Sabres signing might be the key to a bounceback year for Ryan Miller, and what you need to know before taking a chance on the prized free agent signings of the Panthers, Maple Leafs, Capitals, and Blue Jackets.

 

Enjoy the DobberNation podcast, hosted by Brian Kom, on the 25th of each month!

 


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Dobber said:

Dobber
... I actually sealed the deal on a Carter trade thanks to this podcast. Helped me make up my mind and move forward.
July 25, 2011
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Hockey Hoser said:

Hockey Hoser
... I always look forward to a new edition of Dobber Nation podcast. Always makes for a great start to the day listening to fantasy hockey tidbits drinking coffee and having breakfast. Great interviews Brian!
July 25, 2011
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Shoeless said:

Shoeless
... Excellent show Brian, don't ever remember a Dobbernation so packed with information. I had a little trouble picking up on Pronman though - might have to listen again with a headset. I need to listen to it again anyway because there was far too many goodies to retain.

I gotta say that this show specifically helped my keeper decisions in one league - so thanks for that.
July 25, 2011
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