NEWARK, NJ - MAY 25: Martin Brodeur #30 of the New Jersey Devils shakes hands with Henrik Lundqvist #30 of the New York Rangers after the Devils defeating the Rangers by a score of 3-2 to win Game Six of the Eastern Conference Final during the 2012 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at the Prudential Center on May 25, 2012 in Newark, New Jersey. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

SB Nation's Atlantic Division Video Roundtable: Watch The Replay On Demand

SB Nation's Atlantic Division NHL bloggers gathered for a roundtable discussion Tuesday evening. Watch the replay.

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SB Nation's Atlantic Division Roundtable: Watch The Complete Replay

On Tuesday evening, bloggers from four of the five SB Nation blogs covering the NHL's Atlantic Division got together to discuss the state of the league and their teams.

John Fischer from In Lou We Trust, Dominik Jansky from Lighthouse Hockey, Jimmy Rixner from Pensburgh and Travis Hughes from Flyers blog Broad Street Hockey got together for a 75 minute conversation that touched on a wide-variety of topics: the collective bargaining agreement and how a work stoppage might impact each team, which team is best suited for the season after a lockout, etc.

They also too questions from viewers and made fun of the Rangers because Blueshirt Banter couldn't make it. View the archived version of the roundtable below:

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