Hockey Night in Canada podcast: Connor McDavid's legend is growing

The first month of the 2018-19 NHL season has already provided us with plenty to talk about and analyze — including some surprises thanks to a few of the Canadian clubs. Rob Pizzo is joined by Ron MacLean to discuss the top storylines and the unmatched skills of Connor McDavid.

Rob Pizzo is joined by Hockey Night host to go over 5 key topics

Connor McDavid's breathtaking skills compare to the all-time greats. But is he the best player in the NHL? Rob Pizzo and Ron MacLean discuss this and other topics in this week's Hockey Night in Canada podcast. (Jason Franson/Canadian Press)

The first month of the 2018-19 NHL season has already provided us with plenty to talk about and analyze — including some surprises thanks to a few of the Canadian clubs, and the unmatched skills of Connor McDavid.

It's still early enough that nothing is written in stone, but it's also a big enough sample size that we can start breaking down what we have seen so far.

Ron MacLean, the host of Hockey Night In Canada, joins us to help go over these five early noteworthy topics: 

  • How Canadian teams have fared so far
  • Two coaches that have already got a pink slip, including three-time Stanley Cup champion Joel Quenneville
  • Goals coming fast and furious
  • Youngsters proving to be a dominant force
  • And finally…Who is the best player in hockey?

Watch as Ron MacLean breaks down 1st month:

In this week's edition, the Hockey Night in Canada host talks about the 5 biggest stories after the first month of the NHL season. 0:49

Sophia Jurksztowicz also joins us with her weekly 'Ice Level' segment. This week, she chats with Calgary Flames general manager Brad Treliving to discuss his team's impressive start to the season.

Be sure to subscribe to the Hockey Night in Canada podcast to get a new episode each week. It's available on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Tune In or wherever you get your podcasts.

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