September 9, 2019
This week Ian Tulloch and Rachel Doerrie make their return to The Staff and Graph Podcast where they talk about the giant Clayton Keller contract extension, Jake Gardiner signing with the Carolina Hurricanes, and what the future holds for the podcast.
July 10, 2019
This week Rachel Doerrie and Ian Tulloch break down the biggest trades of the offseason (Jokiharju for Nylander, Kadri for Barrie & Kerfoot, Kessel for Galchenyuk, and more!)
July 4, 2019
This week Rachel Doerrie and Ian Tulloch break down the best and worst contracts that were signed on July 1st (in typical UFA fashion, there were significantly more of the latter).
June 26, 2019
This week Rachel Doerrie and Ian Tulloch discuss all of the trades and their favourite picks from the 2019 NHL Draft.
June 20, 2019
This week, Rachel and Ian break down the Karlsson extension, contract lengths, the Trouba trade, everything the Flyers did, and ask if buyouts make sense in both the short, and long-term.
June 11, 2019
This week, Rachel Doerrie and Ian Tulloch talk about draft pick values, drafting the best player available, why there are so many trades at the draft, trends in how teams draft now vs. a decade ago, and more.
June 1, 2019
This week, Rachel Doerrie and Ian Tulloch break down what teams can learn about players at the NHL Combine (mostly during the interview process) and ways the combine could be improved to better evaluate on-ice performance.
May 24, 2019
This week, Rachel and Ian take a really deep dive into the salary cap, touching on how it has evolved, market inefficiencies, does it really encourage parity, and some suggestions for change to encourage player movement. Oh...and they discuss the future of the podcast.
May 14, 2019
This week, Rachel Doerrie and Ian Tulloch break down the types of conversations that teams are going to have heading into the 2019 NHL Draft. They also touch on what aspects are over/undervalued when discussing prospects as well as coverage in North America vs Europe.
May 6, 2019
This week, Rachel and Ian discuss what needs to happen in Edmonton for the Oilers to succeed again. From developing prospects, to contracts, to Blue & Orange Disease, what can Holland do? Who should he bring in to help? In lieu of the mailbag, S&G share thoughts on the late, great Jason Botchford.