In the season's final episode, Dave and Sean react to the expansion draft, the NHL awards, Marian Hossa, Shane Doan and much more.
Sean and Dave get into all the terrible things from Game 6 of the Final, like the blown call on the Preds's goal, the blown call on the Conn Smythe, the blown call on silencing Subban and the not blown call of Nashville fans lustily booing Gary Bettman.
Dave and Sean try to understand the Jake Guentzel for Conn Smythe talk and the catfish guy, then get into the value of offside reviews, Rinne vs. Saros and how easily a referee could fix a playoff game.
Sean and Dave look back on a terrific Game 7 between Ottawa and Pittsburgh and look ahead to a Stanley Cup Final between two battered teams. Meat and pizza are also discussed.
Sean and Dave discuss the boring Senators and their weirdly defensive fans, Ryan Johansen's trash talk, the NHL's list of greatest teams, and a terrible ad everyone else loves.
Dave and Sean break down a pair of game sevens, figure out what comes next in Washington, make their Conference Final predictions, and preemptively award the Conn Smythe to Chris Neil.
How did Sean know the Devils would win the draft lottery? Is the lottery fair? Which team got screwed the most by it? And will Dave admit he was wrong about Marc-Andre Fleury? (No.)
Sean and Dave discuss the defensemen starring in the second round of the playoffs with Adam Larsson and PK Subban coming up big. There's also talk about Nikita Kucherov torching the Lightning in the Russian media, second round predictions and whether Taylor Hall is the lucky charm for winning a draft lottery.
Sean and Dave talk about Jack Eichel getting his Buffalo bosses fired, which ex-Sabres players get the new jobs, what they got wrong in the first round of the playoffs and whether Pop Tarts are better than Toaster Strudel.
Angry Sean(TM) is back from Disney after scarring his children. He's not only upset with the NHL's reasons for not going to the Olympics, he's got a not-a-rant on the NHL's loser point too. Dave is also involved somewhat in this episode.
Special guest Jesse Spector stops by to talk about his history of John Tortorella fights, how baseball would handle expansion compared to hockey, and who is getting the final playoff spots in the East.
Dave and Sean try (and fail) to fix the Kings, complain about the Olympics, and wrestle with the Maple Leafs actually making the playoffs.
Why did Boston let Claude Julien go to Montreal? Sean gets very mad about general managers complaining how their jobs are hard while at the same time getting mad about their latest excuse not to make trades. Also, the guys wonder why Gustav Nyquist only got six games.
Sean and Dave talk about why the Bruins waited so long to fire Julien, the NHL's concussion problem, which teams should relocate, and then place bets on various trade deadline odds Sean made up.
Sean and Dave delve into Ken Hitchcock's firing and wonder if Doug Armstrong (or any GM will be fired too). There's also a brief pizza break where Sean is left out and there's residual bitching about the NHL's top 100 list.
Sean and Dave talk about their perfect, beautiful NHL top 100 list that's out in book form, then get into the one player that has been left off the NHL's list that deserves to be there. Also, Sean laments the fact that his usually crappy Toronto Maple Leafs may have to acquire a top-pairing defenseman at the deadline. Woe is Sean.
Sean and Dave discuss who should and shouldn't be in the NHL's top 100, the sudden demise of Henrik Lundqvist, and which sport is best played in the nude.
Dave and Sean are back to discuss outdoor hockey, the Blue Jackets winning streak and Sean refuses to believe his Leafs will be a Cup contender in the coming years. There's even a breakdown of the WJC championship even though this was recorded before the game.