Publish Date: 01/29/2019
Fact checked by: Mike Goodpaster
The 4th Line Hockey Podcast is back with the latest from All Star weekend.
But first, the Edmonton Oilers fired Peter Chiarelli this week. What does this mean for the direction that the Oilers will take into the future? What happens at the trade deadline, and who should be the next general manager of the team?
With the NHL All Star game behind us, was the game fun? Carl some ideas on how the game could be tweaked.
The NHL also showcased some of the great women’s hockey players this weekend. What would a future of more collaboration mean for the improvement of the game?
New technology was also unveiled at All Star weekend. What does this future of tech look like for fans? Is it worth going down this path?
Nick and Carl welcome Alex Metzger to the show to take on Carl in a game of “Gar or Fehr”. Who knows their CBA negotiations best?
The New Jersey Devils hop into the Elimination Station. What the devil would fix New Jersey’s hockey club?
Lastly, the Pavel Bure Must Watch Games of the Week are chosen, as NHL teams wrap up their post break byes.
All this and more on episode 216 of the 4th Line Hockey Podcast!
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