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Welcome to the 38th episode of the In the Corners Podcast with Harding and Metcalf. In this episode, aired on Tuesday, March 13, 2018, the guys discuss several topics, including:
- Quad City announcing they are done at the end of the year
- What went into the decision by Mallards’ owner Jordan Melville to shutter
- If hockey is to be played in Quad City, what should it be? ECHL, SPHL or juniors?
- If hockey comes back in Quad City, should the team be called something different?
- St. John’s opening play in 2018
- How will they survive being 1,350 miles away from the closest ECHL city?
- In typical ECHL fashion, the league tries to sweep Quad’s folding under the proverbial rug by giving them 17 words in a press release
- ECHL Divisional Alignment for 2018-19
- Breakdown of #ECHLDeadlineDay
- Quad City making the biggest moves of the deadline
- Jamie Doornbosch goes from one of the worst teams in the ECHL (Brampton,) to one of the best (Toledo) and says “nah, I’m good.”
- Should players be forced to report if they are traded?
- Harding and Metcalf opine on the future of minor league hockey, outside of the AHL.
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