The 4th Line is back and ready to discuss the news of the week in the NHL! Eugene Melnyk took to the radio to discuss, of all things, the Toronto Maple Leafs. Which led to more Eugene Melnyk burner accounts being created. We speak to the creator of one of them, Mr. Shawn Cooper. The Clarkson Cup was won by the Calgary Inferno this weekend. Nick was at the game and brings his review of the game and the state of the CWHL and NWHL. Zdeno Chara is back from another season with the Boston Bruins. Where does he stand all time? With the playoffRead More →

The game needed an overtime goal to decide the winner, but on Sunday the Minnesota Wildcaps were crowned Isobel Cup champions. #IsobelCupChamps 🌊 WE DID IT MINNESOTA!! THIS IS FOR ALL THE GIRLS WHO DREAM BIG 🏆 pic.twitter.com/pDIpHcIYCZ — Minnesota Whitecaps (@WhitecapsHockey) March 17, 2019 The hard-fought final saw the league-topping Whitecaps take on the Buffalo Beauts in a game that was live-streamed on twitter. While the Whitecaps capped off their first season in the NWHL in fantastic style, the game was close all the way through. The first period saw most of the goal-scoring action, Buffalo’s Emily Pfalzer broke the deadlock 17 minutes intoRead More →

With the playoffs nearing, the guys take a spin around the playoff picture. Are the Flames primed for an upset? Can Columbus go for a deep run? Or will they miss the playoffs entirely? It’s time to make up for lost time and put TWO teams in the Elimination Station. Both the Buffalo Sabres and Vancouver Canucks have outperformed expectations this year, but where do they go from here? Can the Canucks ride the Elias Pettersson wave into next season, while fellow rookie Rasmus Dahlin continues to improve in Buffalo? Welcome to the Elimination Station! A Hi Sticking winner is crowned and the Pavel Bure MustRead More →

Carl and Nick are back and have an update on their bet, including a special event the last week of March! Brad Marchand is never shy from sticking his nose where it shouldn’t be and this week was no exception, with him sharing his thoughts on, of all things, the Mitch Marner contract situation. What does Bradley have to say about the situation? Jakub Voracek and Jack Eichel were both suspended this week. Were the Philadelphia Flyer and Buffalo Sabre deserving of their punishments? Is the Department of Player Safety consistent? The playoff format was confirmed to not be changing following the GM meetings. ButRead More →

The 2019 Super Bowl attracted about 98 millions viewers, the lowest amount for some time, but it’s still about 92 million more than game five of the Stanley Cup final between the Capitals and Golden Knights drew in. More people watch the finale of The Voice, than the Stanley Cup finals. The NFL Pro Bowl, an entirely meaningless game, gets better numbers than the game which decides which team will lift Lord Stanley’s cup. Embed from Getty Images We (probably) all know the excitement of a Super Bowl party, the tension that comes with knowing that you’re about to watch a one-off, make-or-break game that’sRead More →

It’s time for a going away party, as The Always Wonderful Joel’s final episode is here! Over the course of the show, we share some of our favorite Joel memories. As well, we look at the behaviour of New York Islanders’ fans when John Tavares returned, Guy Boucher’s firing by the Ottawa Senators, place the Minnesota Wild in the Elimination Station, crown a Hi Sticking winner and select the Pavel Bure Must Watch Games of the Week! All this and more on episode 221 of the 4th Line Hockey Podcast! And for one last time…..boom city! Twitter: twitter.com/4thLinePodcast Facebook: facebook.com/the4thlinepodcast Email: mail@the4thlinepodcast.com Intro music by Erik Hall ofRead More →

On an all new episode Andy, Carl and Ryan bring the latest on what has been happening in the WHL playoff race. With Prince Albert set to dominate wire to wire, what can we expect from the East division. What will the Saskatoon and Moose Jaw matchup look like in the 1st round? The ever tight Central division is still unpredictable, but that doesn’t stop us from trying to predict it! Who will win the division and what could the playoff seeding below that look like? With Vancouver having locked up the BC division, how big of a pillow fight will the Victoria and KelownaRead More →

Two years ago the Ottawa Senators were a goal away from the Stanley Cup Final. Today they saw the last of their top three scores, Mark Stone, the man who should’ve been their next captain, a cornerstone of the franchise for years to come, shipped off to Vegas ahead of the NHL Trade Deadline. This, just days after both Matt Duchene and Ryan Dzingel were unceremoniously jettisoned to Columbus. A once proud organisation reduced to selling off valuable parts like smoke damaged furniture, presumably the result of the tire fire they’ve become. Embed from Getty Images How exactly does one fall so far, so quickly,Read More →