Carl, Joel and Tiny Mike are back for another episode of The —REDACTED— Line Podcast! That’s right folks, while The 4th Line remains the same, the special episodes with Tiny Mike need a new name and we need your help! Send in your names for the spin off show in our Podcast Naming Contest.
As we return to the show, there were a few trades in the NHL this week leading up to the draft. First, Alex Galchenyuk was traded by the Montreal Canadiens to the Arizona Coyotes for Max Domi. Then, the Ottawa Senators rid themselves of the Mike Hoffman drama, by dealing him to the San Jose Sharks for Mikkel Boedker, who subsequently rid themselves of the Mike Hoffman drama by dealing him to the Florida Panthers. What does all of this mean?
With summer upon us, the thoughts turn to vacations. What are our best vacation memories and what makes for a good vacation?
While celebrating summer, we think, in light of recent celebrations, what makes for a good championship celebration? How would we do it if we were to win The Big One?
Lastly, Mike’s Weird Question ponders which would be better to come out of your body: Paint or Glitter?
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