The momentum continues to grow towards a 24 team playoff format for the NHL.
Some fans love it, some players are hyped, but not everybody is on board.
We heard Nashville Predators forward Matt Duchene was very vocal about being against itrecently and now it's Winnipeg Jets' forward Blake Wheeler's turn.
The Jets' forward doesn't feel it would be a fair tournament especially if the top teams get a bye.
"I think what you need to be really conscientious of in this situation is that there are some teams that've had incredible regular seasons and you don't want to handicap them as well," Wheeler said on Wednesday's edition of "Dreger Cafe."
"I think the hard thing would be to have the bubble teams play a play-in and all of the sudden now Boston or St. Louis or Colorado who've been at the top of the standings all year, they're sitting there cold and have to play a team that's already played a three-to-five game series and they're coming in hot."
"When I say the games matter, I'm talking about do-or-die situations come up so that the players are in somewhat decent shape and so that the competitive balance is intact,"
What do you think of Wheeler's comments?