Publish Date: 11/21/2018
Fact checked by: Mike Goodpaster
The guys are back and ready to break down the news of the week in the NHL.
Todd McLellan was fired by the Edmonton Oilers and Mike Yeo was fired by the St. Louis Blues. Is this the right direction for these organizations or just band-aids to fix a bigger issue?
Specifically looking at Edmonton, on the heals of the Ryan Spooner for Ryan Strome deal, the question must be asked, “When will Peter Chiarelli be fired as well?”
Carl Hagelin was dealt by the Pittsburgh Penguins to the Los Angeles Kings for Tanner Pearson. Is this the move that will kickstart the Penguins?
The Penguins in general have been struggling this season. What is the problem with this team and is there reason to worry? Is Matt Murray proving to not actually be good?
We have a new Dart Guy! Gary Anderson claims that some smelly shenanigans were taking place in his darts match. What is the worst legal thing that can take place during a hockey game?
We also crown a Hi Sticking winner and pick a new slate of Pavel Bure Must Watch Games of the Week!
All this and more on episode 207 of the 4th Line Hockey Podcast.Twitter: twitter.com/4thLinePodcast
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