West Coast Bias on NHL Radio with Bernstein and Remenda

Guests Dennis Bernstein and Drew Remenda joined us for the March 9, 2014 edition of West Coast Bias on NHL Network Radio.

With the NHL Trade Deadline now over, it was time to dissect who were the real winners and losers heading into the league’s final stretch of regular season games. Dennis Bernstein of The Fourth Period Magazine sat in as co-host with Jonathan Davis, as John Hoven was in Arizona for the weekend (although he did make a special appearance in the second hour). WCB was also joined by Drew Remenda of the Sharks for a look at all the latest happenings up in San Jose. Among the other topics discussed and debated include the Vancouver Canucks, Ryan Kesler, possible changes to the overtime format, Marian Gaborik, Kings GM Dean Lombardi, Marty St. Louis’ reputation, where Ryan Callahan will sign this summer, and much more.

One quick programming note, if you’ve missed any of our recent episodes, click HERE for links below to our chats with Bruce Boudreau, Charlie Coyle, James Duthie, Emerson Etem, Kerry Fraser, Stu Grimson, Colin Hanks, Greg Hetson, Guy Hebert, Kelly Hrudey, Bob McKenzie, Dustin Penner, Luc Robitaille, Bobby Ryan, Tyler Seguin, Kevin Smith, Paul Stastney, Jarret Stoll, Doug Wilson and dozens of others.

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