The 4th Line Hockey Podcast #297 – The Sweater Shirt Weather

For the final time of the season, there are games to preview!

The Dallas Stars are down 3-2 to the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup Final. What do they need to do to complete the comeback? For each team, who would win the Conn Smythe Trophy?

Marc Staal was traded to the Detroit Red Wings by the New York Rangers. It’s a win for Detroit, but why are the Rangers clearing out cap space?

The Pittsburgh Penguins sent Patric Hornqvist to the Florida Panthers. Why?

The Ottawa Senators move out another veteran, buying out Bobby Ryan. What are the Senators planning and where will Bobby Ryan land?

Jeff Petry got big money from the Montreal Canadiens. Was he derserving?

All this and more on episode 297 of the 4th Line Hockey Podcast!

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Intro music by Erik Hall of Ane Croft

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The 4th Line Podcast is a weekly hockey podcast hosted by Carl Landra and Nick Seguin. Every week they share their unique and fun take on what is happening in the world of hockey. While they don’t take themselves too seriously, they have a typical 4th line attitude: what they lack in finesse, they make up for in being willing to go to the corners and work hard to get the job done.

Who are Carl and Nick? 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.  Nick comes from Toronto, ON. His facial hair of choice is a light beard. His team of choice is the Detroit Red Wings and his smoked meat of choice is ribs.

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