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Another busy week of hockey and we are back with a break down of all that has happened. But before that, Dan Gable has had a statue of cheese made of him. Which begs several questions: Why? How? What else can you make a statue out of? Who would make a good hockey cheese statue?
The Toronto Maple Leafs continue to lose. What is ailing them and how can this problem be solved?
On the flip side, the Dallas Stars have turned things around after being called out by Jim Montgomery. Is this as good as it gets in Dallas?
Cory Schneider and Ilya Kovalchuk are on their way out with the New Jersey Devils and Los Angeles Kings. What is next for them and their respective teams?
The best of the week features Jack Eichel. Is Jack finally escaping Connor McDavid‘s shadow? The best of the week features a Matt Calvert injury. Was it possible to avoid adding insult to injury?
Lastly, we pick the Pavel Bure Must Watch Games of the Week!
All this and more on episode 257 of the 4th Line Hockey Podcast!
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