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Silky N’ Filthy podcast: November Beauty Power Rankings edition

We also dish out advice on Secret Santa gifts

NHL: Colorado Avalanche at Vancouver Canucks
Nov 16, 2019; Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; Vancouver Canucks forward Josh Leivo (17) checks Colorado Avalanche defenceman Cale Makar (8) during the third period in a game at Rogers Arena. Colorado won 5 - 4 in overtime.
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November might have been a sad month for the Vancouver Canucks, but the same can’t be said about these 10 beauties.

We had four new names appear on the Beauty Power Rankings this month, but the top of the list is still dominated by players in two of Vancouver’s favourite markets: Edmonton and Boston.

There was also the debut of Cale Makar on this list, after he led all defencemen with 16 points in 13 games during the month of November. Quinn Hughes has been dynamite in his own right, but what Makar is doing in Colorado is simply out of this world.

Who’s to say Quinn Hughes can’t crack the list at some point though. We hope that’s the case, especially Kyle, who already believes that Quinn Hughes is the best defenceman in Canucks history.

The more I watch him play, the harder it is for me to argue with him. We might not have argued about Quinn during this episode, but there were arguments aplenty regarding the list, and especially my raunchy gift selections...

Here’s a brief rundown:

9. Cale Makar (8:15)

5. Connor Hellebucyk (19:30)

1. Leon Draisaitl (25:45)

Top 10 gift suggestions (32:30)