Publish Date: 02/18/2019
Fact checked by: Mike Goodpaster
The Carolina Hurricanes were dubbed a “bunch of jerks” by Don Cherry this week for their win celebrations. Was he right? Are the Carolina Hurricanes a bunch of jerks or is Don Cherry just a grumpy old man?The Edmonton Oilers traded Cam Talbot for Anthony Stolarz this week, which caused us to wonder, are the Philadelphia Flyers as good of a team as they appear to be lately? The Oilers also trade Ryan Spooner for Sam Gagner, which caused us to wonder, how can the Canucks fix their contract problems?
Evgeni Malkin was suspended for one game for his attempted hitting of Michael Raffl. Was it the right suspension?
The Anaheim Ducks make their way to the Elimination Station! With so many big money contracts not producing, how can they make their way back to contender status?
The St. Louis Blues have won 10 games in a row. So, they’re good now….right?
The Pavel Bure Must Watch Games of the Week are selected and more on episode 219 of the 4th Line Hockey Podcast!
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