Alexander Burmistrov's Offensive Ceiling

Jonathan Willis
April 03 2012 11:51AM

Alexander Burmistrov was an interesting selection at eighth overall in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft. Having now played 147 NHL games, he remains an interesting selection.

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Nation Radio - March 31, 2012

April 01 2012 11:12AM

Because even Lowetide needs a break now and then, we decided to go with a bit of a "best of" clip show this week. Past segments featuring Sean Brown, Todd Nelson and Skip Krake are included. Fret not folks, LT will be back soon to talk about the MPS recall fiasco (amongst other things)...

This is Nation Radio.

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Fourth & Tenth & The Winnipeg Jets

Jonathan Willis
March 30 2012 01:19PM

Three points. That’s the gap between the Winnipeg Jets and a spot in the NHL lottery entering action on Friday. It isn’t a big gap.

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The Magical Time Before The Instigator Rule

Jonathan Willis
March 28 2012 10:25AM

Show any hard hit on a star player, or any cheap shot, and someone is bound to talk about the need to dump the instigator rule. They may reference the magical time before the instigator rule was implemented, generally in a ‘back when men were men and rats were hunted down and killed’ sort of way.

It’s self-delusion, of course.

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Q&A With Ivan Telegin

Andrey Osadchenko
March 28 2012 10:17AM



Jets prospect Ivan Telegin had a strong finish to the regular season in the OHL with the Barrie Colts even though he had a hard time finding his game immediately after the World Juniors. Nations reporter Andrey Osadchenko recently spoke to Telegin trying to find out what this was the case. Turns out, going to the World Juniors could be both a blessing and a bummer.

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