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Face Time with Weekes: Highlights from latest chat

Friday, 03.28.2014 / 1:06 PM / Edward Jones Face Time

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Face Time with Weekes: Highlights from latest chat
Edward Jones Face Time: Recap from latest chat with NHL analyst Kevin Weekes

Revisit Wednesday's Face Time chat with NHL Network analyst and former NHL goalie Kevin Weekes.

To participate in next Wednesday's chat, register here. Learn more and access complete chat archive at facetime.nbcsports.com.

Watch the clips below to see some topics Weekes addressed:

Bruins' chase for the Cup

Weekes explains his reasons for believing the Boston Bruins are the strongest contenders in this year's battle for the Stanley Cup:

Rangers in transition mode

Weekes tells us how this has changed now that Alain Vigneault is at the helm and how it will impact the team for years to come:




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