FTF Podcast: Optics of the Offseason

VANCOUVER, CANADA - MAY 24: (L-R) Joe Pavelski #8, Patrick Marleau #12, Dan Boyle #22 and Joe Thornton #19 of the San Jose Sharks celebrate Marleau's goal in the second period in Game Five of the Western Conference Finals during the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs at Rogers Arena on May 24, 2011 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. (Photo by Rich Lam/Getty Images)

In the fourteenth edition of the Fear The Fin podcast, Jason Plank and Matthew Taylor do what they were born to do-- talk hockey.

Previewing Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals (which is set to be played tonight at 5:00 PM), Boston's achievement of pushing Vancouver to the brink is applauded-- can they hold on and become the first team to win an away game during this series? The contract of Devin Setoguchi, Ian White, and other notable Sharks free agents are discussed with FTF trying to find the perfect price for each of those players.

Free agents across the League are then covered, with the crew going over the top 30 players according to The Fourth Period dot com. Defenseman and forwards are both covered, with defenseman being the obvious focus of this segment.

As always it's a fun time filled with laughs and analysis. Join us today during our hour long podcast and get your Sharks fix.


 

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