Headline Sports podcast with Matt Harrington: What teams could have gone the furthest in the NHL?; 49ers GM Lynch will be working the draft from his living room; plus more

San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch speaks during a media availability, Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2020, in Miami, for the NFL Super Bowl 54 football game against the Kansas City Chiefs (AP photo)

On Headline Sports with Matt:

#1 How far does some NHL teams could have gone if the NHL season was not suspended ?

#2 The San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch said he has his big screen set up for the NFL draft and said that the business of football must continue and he’ll work from home to see how the Niners come out in the draft.

#3 Empty ballparks wherever you look this was supposed to be the first weekend of the regular season. MLB did say they would not return to action until all restrictions for travel and mass gatherings were all allowed again.

#4 The Utah Jazz Rudy Cobert and Donavon Mitchell have both been cleared of Coronavirus. On March 12th when the season was cancelled Corbert was touching everything and later diagnosed for the virus which lend to the suspension of the NBA season.

#5 The NHL in the meantime hopes to play out their games in the summertime and could play as late as August. Just one month before pre season starts.

Join Matt for Headline Sports each Saturday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com


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