LWOS is pleased to present our new hockey podcast, the 4th Line. Coming from Calgary, AB and Nanaimo, BC, Carl and Joel provide their own unique and fun view of hockey. Every week the guys share their thoughts on the news of the week, have a variety of guests from the world of hockey and spend some time in segments like Kangaroo Court, The Rant Shack and The Hot Seat. Each week Carl and Joel bring you the best in NHL news, opinion and analysis.
The guys have Ben Kerr from Last Word on Sports fill in for Joel, as Joel is away this week.
Sean Tierney joins The 4th Line to tell them about Ryan Stimson’s passing project, looking at locations of passes and if they lead to a shot attempt. Sean has been looking into this data seeing what this tells us, in regards to individual passes leading to shot attempts.
Ben and Carl also cover Jared Bednar coaching the Colorado Avalanche and the signings of Jiri Hudler by the Dallas Stars and Brandon Pirri by the New York Rangers. Las Vegas also started filing trademarks and registering domains for new names, adding Sand Knights to Silver Knights, Desert Knights, Golden Knights, Red Hawks, Night Hawks and Desert Hawks. BODOG released their World Cup of Hockey odds and the guys give their betting tips. Lastly, they start the final 8 of the 4th Line Favorite bracket, as Sidney Crosby, John Tavares, Steven Stamkos and Erik Karlsson move into the 3rd round.
The 4th Line Podcast – Episode 95 – The Passing Project, Bednar to Avs
Be sure to check back here next week for another edition of The 4th Line Podcast.
Who are Carl and Joel? 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. Joel comes from Nanaimo, BC, his facial hair of choice is a beard, his team of choice is the Toronto Maple Leafs and his smoked meat of choice is ribs.
Main Photo: OTTAWA, ON – OCTOBER 28: Jiri Hudler #24 of the Calgary Flames looks on during an NHL game against the Ottawa Senators at Canadian Tire Centre on October 28, 2015 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Jana Chytilova/Freestyle Photography/Getty Images)