- Have Preds assembled pieces for long term success?
- Weber thwarted again; loses Norris bid to Duncan Keith
- Preds give Rinne insurance for two years, re-sign Hutton
- Could the Preds trade Shea Weber next summer?
- Weber’s teammates endorse him for Norris
- Shea Weber nominated for Norris Trophy
- Barry Trotz has coached his final game for Preds
- Preds hang seven more on Minnesota to close out 13-14 season
- Preds hang seven on Blackhawks
- Shea Weber: “Something’s got to change”
The 303:30 – the losing streak, Moss vs. Forsberg and an LA preview
- Updated: November 5, 2010
In this edition of The 303:30, Jeremy discusses the Nashville Predators’ three game losing streak, Linus Klasen’s all-too-short debut, the silver lining in the month of October, Martin Erat’s traditional early season struggles and Marcel Goc’s importance to the Preds lineup.
He then sits down with Los Angeles Kings blogger Matt Reitz of ViewFromMySeats.com about not only Saturday’s contest in Southern California but also with a look at the Central Division and Western Conference in general.
Finally, The 303:30 welcomes the post-game voice of the Nashville Predators Willy Daunic of 104.5 The Zone and, this season, 102.9 The Buzz. Daunic discusses the comparison between the Predators trading for Peter Forsberg in 2007 and this weeks acquisition of Randy Moss by the Tennessee Titans. Both Moss (now) and Forsberg (then) we’re superstars on the decline of their careers when acquired but both brought the sporting world’s attention onto Nashville, Tennessee. Daunic and Jeremy talk about how the moves are similar in almost every way.
Also, it’s November. Which means it’s “Movember.” Please donate to the Nashville Predators fan group who’s raising money and awareness for prostate cancer. All three of us at section303.com are participating as well as a handful of other Nashville bloggers and fans. You can SEE THE GROUP (and donate) BY CLICKING HERE.
Music: Seven Nation Army (The White Stripes), Salute Your Solution (The Raconteurs), Hoo Bangin’ (Westside Connection), East Coast/West Coast Killers (Group Therapy), Damn it Feels Good to Be a Gangsta (The Geto Boys), Woke Up With a Monster (Cheap Trick), For All Y’all (Da Brat)
Staff: Kent Harris (voice over), Wingate Media Group (consulting)