Nick and Joel are back to discuss the news of the week! Wait…..what? Carl and Joel very excited that Nick Seguin has officially joined The 4th Line, especially since Carl cannot be found after a heartbreaking weekend from his Colorado Avalanche. And he has Elias Pettersson to blame. Well, and the Avalanche. John Stevens was fired as the coach of the LA Kings, replaced by Willie Desjardins. But is it too little too late? Which coach could be next to be singing the Blues? Pekka Rinne signed an extension with the Nashville Predators, meaning that the Juuse Saros Era has been delayed. Yanni Gourde also signedRead More →

Carl and Ben return after a hiatus for the 3rd installment of the 4th Line Fantasy Hockey show. With the NHL season well on its ways, there is a lot going on across the NHL that carry importance within both the fantasy hockey world as well as the NHL itself. Carl and Ben tackle Saturday evening’s 11-game daily fantasy slate and touch on which value picks should be targeted, respective roster locks, as well as an explanation of frequently used terminology within the DFS fantasy world and tips for roster construction. Carl and Ben also target season-long fantasy risers and fallers and provide insight onRead More →

“Quiet Ice is a phrase used to characterize a sliver of playing surface goal-scorers love to find because it’s unguarded by opposing players and can be used to rip off a good, quick shot. It is not, as some had understandably assumed, a reference to any place where Sean Avery isn’t.” (Source, the Hockey News) In the new spirit of NHL gambling, I’m calling this the “over and under” — but instead, the over and underrated. We’re questioning some of the reputed best in the game and shining the light on some who are lurking in the quiet ice throughout the Metro. So, lace upRead More →

After a white-hot start, the Colorado Avalanche are beginning to look human again. Having started the season 6-1-2, the Avs have started to slip, going 1-2-0 in their last three contests. However disheartening that record may seem, it wasn’t nearly as bad as it looks. Embed from Getty Images Tampa Bay Lightning The last three games started with a loss to Tampa Bay at home. Losing at home is never good, especially with how tight the Avs have played in Pepsi Center over the last twelve months – but there is good news here. Holding last year’s league leader in goals scored to one isRead More →