The 4th Line Hockey Podcast #180 – The Phil Kessel Poetry Slam

One week into the Stanley Cup playoffs Joel sees the Penguins, including Hot Dog and Philip.

The Toronto Maple Leafs managed to get a win in game 3 over the Boston Bruins. Is that enough to give Joel hope. After Nazem Kadri‘s 3 game suspension, is it too much when compared to other punishment handed out? What would have been fair?

Cory Schneider and Braden Holtby have taken back the nets for the New Jersey Devils and Washington Capitals. Is it too little too late? Do teams struggle to play well in front of the bonafide #1 starter?

If Phil Kessel were to read slam poetry, what would it be about?

The Colorado Avalanche chased Pekka Rinne in game number 3. Is there any chance that he’ll continue to struggle?

Linemen and referees are under intense scrutiny in the playoffs, but have they been extra horrible this post season?

Three teams are already looking for new coaches next season, with Alain Vigneault, Ken Hitchcock and Glen Gulutzan leaving the New York Rangers, Dallas Stars and Calgary Flames respectively. Who should be their replacements and where will they end up?

The Vezina candidates are announced. Are they right?

Lastly, there is a Hi Sticking update, with hundreds of points being handed out so far!

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