The 4th Line Podcast #121 – Trades, Angry Bill Peters, #66

CHICAGO, IL - JANUARY 06: Carolina Hurricanes head coach Bill Peters yells in the first period during a game between the Carolina Hurricanes and the Chicago Blackhawks on January 6, 2017, at the United Center in Chicago, IL. (Photo by Patrick Gorski/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)
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Last Word on Hockey is pleased to present our new hockey podcast, The 4th Line. Coming from Calgary, AB and Nanaimo, BC, Carl and Joel provide their own unique and fun view of hockey. Every week the guys share their thoughts on the news of the week, have a variety of guests from the world of hockey and spend some time in segments like Joel’s Counselling Couch, The Rant Shack, and The Hot Seat.

Trades, Angry Bill Peters, #66

The guys are back and Joel has some very kind words to say about our friends at The Listening Party Podcast. They also break down the dealings at the trade deadline, focusing on the Kevin Shattenkirk, Valtteri Filppula, and Curtis Lazar deals. Who were the biggest winners at the deadline? They also touch on the news of the week, including:

– The Vegas Golden Knights being officially open for business, including the ability to make trades and signing their first player
Eddie Lack being called out by coach Bill Peters
– Trying to do if Patrick Kane is currently the best player in the NHL. If not, who is?
– Josh Ho Sang wearing Mario Lemieux’s #66. Should numbers be retired in the NHL? How do you best honor a special player?

They end by picking the Pavel Bure Must Watch Games of the Week for Hi Sticking.

Intro music by Erik Hall of Shoot the Shred podcast

Who are Carl and Joel? Carl comes from Calgary, AB. His facial hair of choice is a mustache. His team of choice is the Colorado Avalanche and his smoked meat of choice is brisket. Joel comes from Nanaimo, BC. His facial hair of choice is a beard. His team of choice is the Toronto Maple Leafs and his smoked meat of choice is ribs.

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