With the world going through a COVID-19 related sports withdrawal, it’s time to escape to the world of film to get our fix in! And since there aren’t any sports to compete in, it’s time to find out what the best sports movie of all time is! We’ve broken all movies into 4 different themed divisions of 8 teams each: Hockey, Baseball, Football and Fighting and The Rest. With the 2nd round here, let’s check out the first half of the division semi finals! Check out all of the round 1 matchups here: Best Sports Movie Bracket – Rd. 1 – #4 vs #5 BestRead More →

Nick has good news and bad news. The script for his pilot is missing, but he found the notes! The guys fill in the blanks of the pilot as Paul and the Brewins try to take home beer league supremacy. It’s also time for the final Elimination Station of the season. But it cannot be decided who should make it: the Columbus Bluejackets or the New York Islanders. So how about both? What steps are needed for each of these organizations moving forward? What can be done to give Mathew Barzal some help? Do we believe in Elvis Merzlikins? All this and more on episodeRead More →

With the world going through a COVID-19 related sports withdrawal, it’s time to escape to the world of film to get our fix in! And since there aren’t any sports to compete in, it’s time to find out what the best sports movie of all time is! We’ve broken all movies into 4 different themed divisions of 8 teams each: Hockey, Baseball, Football and Fighting and The Rest. For the 1st Round, we’ll be looking at specific seeds each day. Today: The 3 seed vs the 6 seed. Check out the other round 1 matchups here: Best Sports Movie Bracket – Rd. 1 – #4Read More →

With the world going through a COVID-19 related sports withdrawal, it’s time to escape to the world of film to get our fix in! And since there aren’t any sports to compete in, it’s time to find out what the best sports movie of all time is! We’ve broken all movies into 4 different themed divisions of 8 teams each: Hockey, Baseball, Football and Fighting and The Rest. For the 1st Round, we’ll be looking at specific seeds each day. Today: The 2 seed vs the 7 seed. Check out the other round 1 matchups here: Best Sports Movie Bracket – Rd. 1 – #4Read More →

With the world going through a COVID-19 related sports withdrawal, it’s time to escape to the world of film to get our fix in! And since there aren’t any sports to compete in, it’s time to find out what the best sports movie of all time is! We’ve broken all movies into 4 different themed divisions of 8 teams each: Hockey, Baseball, Football and Fighting and The Rest. For the 1st Round, we’ll be looking at specific seeds each day. Today: The 2 seed vs the 7 seed. Check out the other round 1 matchups here: Best Sports Movie Bracket – Rd. 1 – #4Read More →

Another week without sports and another week of finding out what that means? The 2020 Olympics are officially postponed. What uncharted territory does this lead us into? The NHL released an FAQ regarding the season shut down this week, including several details including a training camp schedule before hockey returns and the impact for next season. Yes, they might be tied for the last playoff spot, but the Vancouver Canucks have officially entered The Elimination Station powered by Park Power. Can the Canucks overcome years of bad moves and be on the right path? What are you doing to pass the time without the NHLRead More →

With the world going through a COVID-19 related sports withdrawal, it’s time to escape to the world of film to get our fix in! And since there aren’t any sports to compete in, it’s time to find out what the best sports movie of all time is! We’ve broken all movies into 4 different themed divisions of 8 teams each: Hockey, Baseball, Football and Fighting and The Rest. For the 1st Round, we’ll be looking at specific seeds each day. Today: The 4 seed vs the 5 seed. Hockey: #4 Youngblood vs #5 Mystery, Alaska By Brodie Cotnam Youngblood: (1986) Staring: Rob Lowe, Patrick Swayze,Read More →

While a lot has been happening in the sports world this week, Nick is having some very important blanket talk.   COVID-19 is expanding and the impact on the world of sports has grown as well. This week, we explore what it does mean for the NHL, including: – will the season continue and do we get a Stanley Cup champion? – what will happen with the salary cap this year? – why aren’t teams paying their staff? – how will the CBA extension change? – when will the NHL draft be? When will free agency be? Will there even be an offseason? – whatRead More →

With one month until the playoffs, The 4th Line is back to bring you the latest around the NHL. The NHL is having to start to take measures based on the outbreak of coronavirus. What will this mean for hockey fans? Tampa Bay and Boston gave us a preview of what a playoff matchup of them will look like. How will the Atlantic division shake down? The Ottawa Senators and Jim Little parted ways. But nailing down exactly why is the hard part. Roberto Luongo had his jersey retired by the Florida Panthers. Is the Hockey Hall of Fame the next step for him? TheRead More →

As David Ayres has continued his Tour de Force, we discuss the logistics of the emergency backup goalie. With the emergency backup goalie the flavor of the month, is that the best way to handle the goalie injury problem? It’s been a week since the trade deadline. The San Jose Sharks didn’t trade Joe Thornton. Should they have moved him to finally let him get a Stanley Cup? The Carolina Hurricanes are struggling with their top 2 goalies hurt. Can they fix the losing streak in time for a playoff birth? The Toronto Maple Leafs are winning, in spite of their defense being almost entirelyRead More →