Publish Date: 12/25/2019
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With the holiday season upon us, it’s time to explore what NHL teams would like to find under the Christmas tree. What would Nick give his Detroit Red Wings and Carl his Colorado Avalanche? Nick wraps up an apology for one team and another got to open their present early.
The World Junior Hockey Championships start on Boxing Day, as always. What is expected this year, with Canada looking to rebound, Finland looking to repeat and a tough US team joining in. For this tournament, play Hi Sticking with us by picking 1 forward, 1 defender and 1 goalie and if they put up points and wins, so do you!
With St. Nick on the show today, we look at who is on the Naughty and Nice list.
Lastly, with the 2010’s ending, we look forward to the 2020’s and predict what will happen in the next decade, looking at new teams, lockouts, rule changes and more!
All this and more on episode 262 of the 4th Line Hockey Podcast!
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